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Neil Dougherty, former TCU basketball coach (Andy Lyons/Getty Images Sport)
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August 18, 2011
I did not get to meet Neil but my heart goes out to his family may God keep you in peace i am an Asst basketbal coach at Trinty christian school in Fayetteville, Nc my name is Don Skelton and i know he loved the game as i do RIP Mr Dougherty.
August 16, 2011
I did not know Neil at all, but I have just read the media coverage surrounding his death and when I saw his age, I was stunned into silence. I am sincerely saddened and at age 50 myself, it also makes me think of my own mortality. My deepest sympathy to his wife and children. Head African-American Division I college coaches at major schools are rare and he was a tremendous asset to the game and community I am sure. He will be truly missed - even from those of us watching from afar. RIP Neil (1961-2011).
August 11, 2011
i am sorry to hear of the lost of neil. neil was a very genuine person & dedicated to the loves of his life: family, friends, & his passion - the game of basketball. god bless the dougherty family. my prayers are w/ you.
July 24, 2011
Patti, I would to express my deepest sympathy to you and your family. Neil was a childhood friend who I shall never forget. He left a light and legacy that will shine forever.
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