Temple has a chance to do something this Saturday that it took the Owls all of last season to achieve—that’s win two games.
Temple upset Vanderbilt 37-7 on Thursday to start the 2014 season.
The Eagles’ second-round pick out of Vanderbilt is aware he’ll have a chance to step right in and contribute.
With their second round selection, the 42nd overall pick, the Philadelphia Eagles drafted wide receiver Jordan Matthews.
The 6-foot-3, 212-pound Matthews helps fill the void left by the release of three-time Pro Bowl wideout DeSean Jackson. Matthews is the SEC’s all-time leader in career receptions (262) and yards receiving (3,759).
Penn State made the announcement Saturday, after the school’s compensation committee met to finalize the contract.
Vanderbilt’s James Franklin will be the new head coach of the Penn State football team, according to a report from Bruce Feldman of CBS Sports.
There is a new leader to be the next Penn State head football coach, according to a report.