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 LEWISBURG, Pa. (AP) -Bucknell coach Pat Flannery was released from the hospital, though it's still unclear whether he will be on the sideline for Sunday's game against Army.
A decision on whether Flannery will coach against Army will be made Sunday morning, team spokesman Jon Terry said Saturday.
Flannery was released late Thursday night from Evangelical Community Hospital, Terry said. Terry had thought Flannery was still a patient Friday when the coach underwent medical tests, but it wasn't until later in the day that he learned Flannery was officially released Thursday.
Flannery appeared to slip on the sideline while arguing a foul call early in the second half of Bucknell's home loss to Lehigh on Wednesday. He went to the locker room two minutes later before checking himself into the hospital that evening.
Flannery's symptoms have not been made public. In a statement issued by the school Thursday, Flannery requested that any further details about his medical condition be kept private.

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