Originally posted on Buzz On Broad  |  Last updated 11/15/11

Head Coach Fran Dunphy of the Temple Owls addressed the media after last nights season opener. The Owls defeated the Quakers 73-67, in an overtime battle at the Palestra.

"I think for the third year in a row, I think Penn probably played better than we did," Dunphy said. "We just scored more points then they did."

Listen to Dunphy's full press conference below.

 

"We probably should have tried to double team Rosen with Mike (Eric), but I was afraid of Mike not understanding the timing of the blast and the double team," Dunphy said.

"The last play of regulation you are hoping that he's (Fernandez) going to have the ball in his hands to go make a play," Dunphy said.

Temple will now head to Puerto Rico for The fifth-annual 5-Hour Energy Tip-Off tournament. The tournament will be played on November 17, 18 and 20 at the state-of-the-art Coliseo de Puerto Rico in San Juan. The Owls face the Western Michigan Broncos in round one of the Puerto Rico Tip-Off.

Danielle Maslany covers college hoops for Buzz on Broad and can be followed on Twitter @DanielleMaslany

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