Karamo Dioubate, a four-star defensive lineman, decided to spurn several Power 5 schools to stay and play for hometown Temple, a decision that could put the Owls over the top in the AAC.
With National Signing Day only a week away, there is an opportunity for the media to ask Temple football coach Matt Rhule five questions that haven’t been answered.
In a year where it had not snowed even one inch, the 24-inch snowstorm that hit Philadelphia this weekend cannot help Temple football’s last-minute recruiting efforts.
Quarterback guru Trent Dilfer’s strong endorsement of Temple football recruit Anthony Russo makes him a player to watch in college football for the next four years.
With National Signing Day approaching on Feb. 3, one way to eliminate the craziness of recruits flipping would be an early signing period and the NCAA needs to make it happen.
Even though the slogan “Unfinished Business” seems recycled and contrived, it fits the profile Temple football is trying to establish for 2016.
The Big 12’s appeal to the NCAA to waive the 10-team limit for championship football playoffs is likely to be denied, triggering another round of expansion and Temple could be involved.
Temple football’s success next year will be built upon a pair of players from Elizabeth (N.J.) in a package deal recruiting formula that they should go back to now.
If Temple is going to eventually join the P5, it is going to have to open the checkbook and spend more than the $100 million it currently plans to build a new stadium.
Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie seemingly is interviewing every current NFL assistant for the open head coaching job, but he doesn't need to look far for the best candidate.