#7 Villanova made easy work of the Temple Owls on at home on Sunday.
Thousands of medical students across the country took part in a national “die-in” to publicly protest recent grand jury decisions in Staten Island, New York and Ferguson, Missouri.
The Owls earned bowl eligibility in their season finale.
The Owls defeated the Explorers 58-57 at the Palestra on Saturday.
About 200 students marched through campus streets shouting and holding their hands in the air. At one point, the large group fell to the ground to simulate death.
Rich discusses a case the Supreme Court will hear on speech rights, members of the St. Louis Rams demonstrating in solidarity with protesters in Ferguson, MO and the case of a student who went missing late Wednesday night.
The Owls advanced to 4-2 with the win over LIU Brooklyn.
The Temple Owls have just two games left in the regular season, including Saturday when they host Cincinnati in American Athletic Conference action.
The Temple Owls will face their toughest test of the young season tonight as they take on No. 4 Duke up in Brooklyn as part of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic.
At least three women have publicly discussed their allegations against Cosby in recent weeks.
Ex-Montgomery County DA Stands By Decision Not To File Criminal Charges Against Bill Cosby In 2005 Case
Former Montgomery County District Attorney Bruce Castor says he has no regrets for the way he handled a potential rape case involving comedian Bill Cosby in 2005.
Temple will have a bye week following their 30-13 loss to Penn State.
Penn State defeated Temple on Saturday to clinch bowl eligibility for the first time since sanctions.
115 tickets for Penn State vs. Temple were stolen from Temple’s allotment.
Matt Rhule and his Temple Owls head to State College to take on the Penn State Nittany Lions.