Once like family, ASU coach and former player now at odds
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Ty Murphy taught his boys that one of the worst things a man could do was lie. Suspicious a son was lying, he gathered the young man's belongings, threw them on the lawn and didn't let him come home for four months. Quick to criticize, slow to love. That, some say, is what planted a chip the size of Camelback Mountain on Pat Murphy's shoulder. But he was not like his father.
The old man was 50 when Pat was born. They never really played catch in the yard. They rarely ...
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