Temple coach Fran Dunphy will lead the team for just one more season and then be replaced by former Owls star Aaron McKie, according to multiple reports on Friday. That's according to a person familiar with the succession plan. He's compiled a 247-152 record at Temple, leading the Owls to seven NCAA Tournament appearances, three Atlantic 10 regular-season titles and three conference championships.
McKie has been an assistant at Temple since the 2014-15 season. He played for the Owls from 1991-94 and helped lead Temple to an Elite Eight appearance in the NCAA Tournament before playing in the National Basketball Association from 1994-2007.
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Soon, McKie will get his first shot at head coaching after almost a decade as an assistant. He has an overall record of 557-315 after coaching at Penn for 17 seasons.
One last time could very well be Fran Dunphy's motto for the 2018-2019 season.
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According to Seth Davis of The Fieldhouse, Dunphy will be replaced by current Temple assistant coach and former National Basketball Association guard Aaron McKie. And given that Temple hasn't advanced past the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament since 2001 - and hasn't made a Final Four since the 1950s - there will be plenty of pressure on the new Owls coach. The Owls were bounced in the first round.
In 2011, the Owls beat Penn State 66-64 and lost to San Diego State University, 71-64, in the second round.
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Temple has finished in the middle of the conference in the past two seasons. Since leaving the Atlantic Ten and joining the AAC before the 2013-14 season, the Owls are 89-77 overall and 53-52 in the AAC. Before coming to Temple he was 310-163 at Penn, guiding the Quakers to nine NCAA tournaments. The Owls have a combined 33 wins in the past two years, which is one game above.500 and ties the worst two-year win total in the Dunphy era.