Oct 102010
 
Temple overpowered by Northern Illinois

October 10 Philadelphia Inquirer: DEKALB, Ill. – Temple learned the hard way Saturday why Northern Illinois is the dominant offensive team in the Mid-American Conference. The Owls also learned that scoring opportunities cannot be squandered. The Owls (4-2, 1-1 MAC) could not stop Northern Illinois’ offense on the ground or in the air as the [More…]

Brown leads Temple past Army

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Oct 032010
 
Brown leads Temple past Army

October 3 Philadelphia Inquirer: WEST POINT, N.Y. – No Bernard Pierce? No problem. Temple was without its leading rusher and touchdown-maker when it visited Army on Saturday afternoon at scenic Michie Stadium. The sophomore star had suffered a sprained ankle the previous week against Penn State and did not make the trip. But Temple had [More…]

Penn State defeats Temple, 22-13

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Sep 262010
 
Penn State defeats Temple, 22-13

September 26 Philadelphia Inquirer: STATE COLLEGE, Pa. – The small but vocal knot of Temple fans hollered in support of their defense early in the fourth quarter, with Penn State’s sputtering offense stuck on its own 4-yard line and the Owls just a field goal away from ending 69 years of frustration. But despite his [More…]

Sep 192010
 
Temple's late surge beats UConn, 30-16

September 19 Philadelphia Inquirer: The Owls capped a 30-16 win over the Huskies with two more scores in the final five minutes, 54 seconds to raise their record to 3-0. Connecticut, of the Big East Conference, fell to 1-2. Next week, Temple, the favorite for the Mid-American Conference championship, plays 2-1 Penn State at State [More…]

Sep 112010
 
Villanova weighs offer to play Big East football

September 11 Philadelphia Inquirer: For years, Villanova has had a “standing invitation” from the Big East to play football in the conference in which it competes in all other varsity sports. But the Big East “officially informed us that its football schools were interested in adding Villanova as a football member of the Conference,” Villanova [More…]