K.J. McDaniels had 20 points, eight rebounds and seven blocks to help Clemson overcome a 12-point deficit and defeat Temple 72-58 to finish the opening round of the Charleston Classic on Thursday night.
With a few minutes to play, Temple looked as if it was going to pull off one of the biggest upsets of the season. And then it all fell apart….
Jerrelle Benimon scored 32 points and Towson came from behind for a 75-69 win over Temple on Thursday night.
Anthony Lee had 16 points and 11 rebounds, and Will Cummings scored 17 points for the Owls (1-1).
Dalton Pepper scored the go-ahead layup with 45 seconds left, helping Temple recover after blowing a 15-point lead to beat Penn 78-73 on Saturday night.
Two fourth-down plays in a span of 75 seconds kept Temple from winning its first-ever American Athletic Conference game Saturday.
Temple played the first half so well Saturday they thought they would win for the first time in the American Athletic Conference. Then came the second half.
The win snaps a seven-game losing streak for Temple, and a six-game home losing streak, both dating back to last season.
Brendon Kay sparked a Cincinnati offense that helped the Bearcats get started on the road back from a heartbreaking tragedy.
No. 7 Louisville stayed undefeated with a 30-7 win over winless Temple on Saturday.
The Owls late rally fell short as they fell to the Vandals 26-24 Saturday.
Temple nearly rallied in the second half, but it wasn’t enough as they lost to Fordham 30-29 Saturday.
Notre Dame had three quick scoring drives en route to a 28-6 victory over Temple on Saturday.
The Temple Owls will get a real good feel for where they are right away here in 2013. Coming off a 4-7 campaign, the Owls open their college football season on Saturday afternoon as they visit #14 Notre Dame.
The Owls failed to make shots in crucial moments — especially the last minute — and lost to the No. 1-seeded Hoosiers 58-52 in the third round of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday.