Boston College recovered from a slow start to beat Villanova 24-14 on Saturday and win its first game under coach Steve Addazio.
Boston College has hired Steve Addazio away from Temple to be the Eagles’ next coach.
Temple coach Steve Addazio can see the Owls making progress, even as the wins have dried up.
After playing competitively for a half, the Owls began bending under the grind of a surging Penn State team, losing to the Nittany Lions, 24-13, at soldout Beaver Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
This is the final game of the four-year contract between Temple and Villanova playing for the Mayor’s Cup. After Friday night, one school may be highly interested in extending the pact, while the other may not be able run away fast enough.
Two local rivals will tee it up again Friday, in the fourth annual Mayor’s Cup football game, between Temple and Villanova Universities, at Lincoln Financial Field.
The Temple Owls are preparing for their return to the Big East Conference here in 2012.
Just one spring football practice left for the Temple Owls before their annual “Cherry and White” scrimmage which is Saturday at the Linc.
Temple and Wyoming will kick off the bowl season on December 17 in the New Mexico Bowl in Albuquerque.
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.
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.
Will any baseball fan anywhere ever forget that Wednesday night in late September 2011, when another baseball regular schedule was racing to its irregular close?
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.
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.