Former BYU basketball coach Dave Rose has been hospitalized after reportedly suffering a stroke on New Year's Eve.
According to the BYU Athletics website, "Coach Rose is currently stabilized in the hospital. The Rose family expressed appreciation for the love and support they have received, and would ask for your continued faith and prayers in Coach Rose’s behalf."
BYU Basketball confirmed Rose's condition on Twitter early Saturday morning:
The entire BYU Athletics family wishes to offer its collective faith and prayers in behalf of longtime coach Dave Rose and the Rose family, after Coach Rose suffered a stroke Thursday. (1/2) pic.twitter.com/UtvkM2Tm4p— BYU Basketball (@BYUbasketball) January 2, 2021
During Rose’s tenure as head coach from 2005 to 2019, BYU had an overall record of 348-135, the second all-time at BYU in wins. They also had 8 NCAA tournament appearances.
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