Bernard Pierce

Temple vs. Penn State: Keystone State Showdown for Owls

The 2-0 Temple Owls, coached by Steve Addazio, took on the 1-1 Penn State Nittany Lions, coached by the legendary Joe Paterno, at Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday afternoon. Penn State came into the game holding a 36-3-1 lead in the series. The Owls last victory over the Nittany Lions, a 14-0 shutout, came less […]

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3rd Annual Mayor’s Cup: Temple Makes It Two in a Row Over Villanova

The local college football season kicked off on Thursday night at Lincoln Financial Field as the Temple Owls, under new head coach Steve Addazio (the former Florida offensive coordinator) took on the Villanova Wildcats, coached by Andy Talley, in the 3rd annual Mayor’s Cup game. The Owls, coming off back- to-back winning seasons for the […]

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Temple Owls Barely Survive To Beat Bowling Green 28-27

On a blustery homecoming day (with wind gusts of 40+ MPH), the 4- 2 Temple Owls hosted the 1- 5 Bowling Green Falcons in a Mid- American conference matchup at Lincoln Financial Field. Temple, coming off of a 31 -17 loss at conference foe Northern Illinois, was trying to rebound and get back on track to ensure […]

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Temple Owls Tame Huskies of UCONN Move to 3-0 and Remain Perfect

On a perfect day for a football game (70 degrees and sunny) the 2-0 Temple Owls of the Mid-American Conference took on the Connecticut Huskies (1-1) from the Big East Conference at Lincoln Financial Field. Saturday’s game was the 12th meeting between the two schools in a series that dates back to 1963. The teams […]

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Temple Beats Central Michigan with FG in OT. Owls 2-0 For First Time Since 1981.

Fresh off of their win over 2009 FCS champion Villanova before a crowd of over 32,000 at the Linc on Friday, the Temple Owls were again in action in south Philadelphia tonight as they took on the defending MAC champions, the Chippewas of Central Michigan to open their Mid-Atlantic Conference season.  While CMU won the […]

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