With win No. 517 on Saturday, Temple basketball’s Fran Dunphy cemented his legacy among a group of great Big 5 head coaches that included three NBA coaching champions.
With a 64-61 loss at ECU on Wednesday night, Temple now has only one road to a NCAA tournament berth -- winning the AAC tournament.
After handing No. 8 SMU their first loss of the season, Temple basketball is positioned squarely on the NCAA bubble.
The Memphis Tigers and the Temple Owls are two potential NCAA tournament teams in the AAC. Only one will come out on top Wednesday night.
With two wins over top 25 teams in a single week, Fran Dunphy has Temple in the NCAA conversation once again and still ranked among the nation’s best coaches.
The 2015 Puerto Rico Tip-Off begins with Temple vs. Minnesota. Who comes out on top?
The Temple Owls will feel they should have gone to the 2015 NCAA tournament after their fantastic performance last season, but can they turn that disappointment into success in 2015-16?
Villanova’s Dylan Ennis does not have to look far to make the most impact at the point guard position. Temple just might be the perfect fit, and here's why.
The long arm of both the BCS and the Power 5 reached into the selection committee room on Sunday, and the latest proof was the selection of UCLA over Temple in the 68-team NCAA tournament field.
For turning around Temple basketball from 9-22 to 22-9, the AAC named Fran Dunphy the coach of the year. The conference could not have made a better choice.