A former Temple University All-American running back who helped lead the Baltimore Ravens to a Super Bowl title now finds himself a victim of crime, according to CBS 3 sources.
Sometime on Sunday night Bernard Pierce will pull on his Baltimore Ravens’ helmet and just play football, just like he did coming up in Ardmore. As he did at Glen Mills. And as he did at Temple before entering this grand stage.
Temple University running back Bernard Pierce has decided to forgo his senior season and enter the NFL Draft.
Temple will kick off this bowl season this Saturday afternoon when they take on the Wyoming Cowboys in the New Mexico Bowl.
Fort the second straight week, the Temple Owls will be on the primetime stage, hosting Miami of Ohio at Lincoln Financial Field.
Matt Schilz threw a 24-yard pass to Shaun Joplin with 7:41 left for Bowling Green’s only touchdown, which was enough for the Falcons to hold off Temple 13-10 on Saturday.
To say that Temple is firing on all cylinders may be an understatement.
Pierce has been named the Mid-American Conference “Offensive Player of the Week” for the East Division after running 152 yards for two touchdowns.
Bernard Pierce ran for 152 yards and two touchdowns on 23 carries, and set four Temple records along the way, as the Owls blasted the Bufflalo Bulls, 34-0, on Saturday in front of 25,820 at Lincoln Financial Field.
Bernard Pierce ran for three scores to become Temple’s all-time leader in rushing touchdowns, helping the Owls spoil Ball State’s homecoming game with a dominating 42-0 win on Saturday.
David Fluellen scored two touchdowns to help Toledo score 21 unanswered points and beat Temple 36-13 on Saturday in the Mid-American Conference opener for both teams.
The Owls get back into conference play as they host Toledo on Saturday afternoon at Lincoln Financial Field.
When you’ve reported on as many games as I have, you use the term “giveaway game” sparingly. The Phillies had more than their share during their eight-game losing streak. Injuries to Ryan Howard, Hunter Pence. And they had players recovering from injuries — Jimmy Rollins, Chase Utley and others.
Temple running back Bernard Pierce set a school record with five rushing touchdowns, and the Owls built a 31-point halftime lead in defeating the Maryland Terrapins 38-7 on Saturday.
Pierce gave Owls’ first-year coach Steve Addazio a neatly wrapped first victory Thursday night, rushing for 147 yards and tying a career high with three touchdowns in Temple’s dominating 42-7 victory over Villanova before a good crowd of 32,638 at Lincoln Financial Field.