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The first weeks of March had always been Temple's best. Scissors were on hand to cut down some nets, plans were made for Selection Sunday parties, and there was always a line on the NCAA tournament bracket just waiting for the Owls.
Temple is in the midst of an unprecedented stretch of facing nationally ranked opponents.
Rick Pitino empathizes with Temple coach Fran Dunphy.
On a day when Temple honored the two winningest coaches in school history, Fran Dunphy's Owls proved no match for a city rival.
Only one thing was running through Temple point guard Will Cummings' mind after Rutgers erased a 20-point second-half deficit to take a one-point lead with just under three minutes remaining.
The Temple Owls had a chance at the end. They've had plenty of chances this season. But once again, they came up short.
Over the past four years, Tyreek Duren has helped revitalize the La Salle men's basketball program, leading the Explorers on a stunning run to the Sweet 16 last season after two decades of postseason futility.
Temple got Will Cummings back on Saturday. Mark Williams also managed to play.
Xavier and Temple have a lot in common in regard to the Atlantic 10 Conference. They are the teams that have made the top of the standings their own.