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Friday, April 18, 2008

Bucknell's Pat Flannery Retires

Pat Flannery, the head men's hoops coach at Bucknell, announced his retirement today. He will become a fundraiser for Bucknell, which is his alma mater. Flannery had a fine record as the head coach at Bucknell. While he had health problems this year, he said that he based his decision on wanting to spend more time with his family.

The Bucknell job is an excellent job and is sure to draw a lot of interest. Among the people I'd like to see considered are the following assistants: Loyola (MD)'s Brian Blaney, Temple's Matt Langel and American's Mike Brennan.


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