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Report: Another Assistant Leaves Porter Moser's Coaching Staff at Oklahoma

Porter Moser is on the hunt yet again for another assistant coach to fill out his bench ahead of his third year in Norman.

The revolving door of Porter Moser’s Oklahoma basketball program continued to spin on Thursday.

The Athletic’s Brendan Marks reported OU assistant Emanuel Dildy is accepting a job on Jon Scheyer’s Duke coaching staff.

Dildy was promoted to associate head coach for the Sooners on June 14, and was the lone piece of Moser’s initial OU coaching staff still in Norman.

David Patrick left OU’s bench to serve as Sacramento State’s head coach after working with Moser for his first season at Oklahoma.

K.T. Turner also left Norman after Moser’s first year, joining Kentucky’s coaching staff. Turner cited his want to work under John Calipari upon taking the job as an assistant with the Wildcats, but Turner took the head coaching job at U.T. Arlington after just one year at Kentucky.

Before Moser’s second season, assistant coach Matt Brady resigned for personal reasons one week before OU’s first game.

Armon Gates and Ryan Humphrey are currently on staff as assistants for the Sooners, but Moser will once again be on the hunt for another assistant coach ahead of his crucial third year at Oklahoma where he still has yet to qualify for the NCAA Tournament.