Right now, Temple athletic director Pat Kraft is making New Year’s resolutions and the top one should be getting Stony Brook off the 2016 football schedule.
Temple football won the AAC East and returns a lot of key players for next season, but if they want to reach the next level, the Owls need to improve in these five areas.
Temple was offered three choices for bowls, but the AAC and picked the wrong one. This proves that fan surveys are a bad way to choose venues.
Tyler Matakevich is a consensus All-American and national player of the year, but he deserves one last record before leaving Temple.
One of the more competitive bowls is in Boca Raton on Tuesday where Temple’s coaching staff stability could prove to be the difference against Toledo.
A close inspection of Temple’s two-deep depth chart suggests the Owls will once again be one of the better football teams in the AAC in 2016.
With Temple linebacker Tyler Matakevich winning the Chuck Bednarik Award as the nation’s top defensive player, the Dick Butkus Award now approaches irrelevancy.
The Bronko Nagurski Award committee made the right call in giving the award for the nation’s best defensive player to Tyler Matakevich.
While I understand that security guards aren't supposed to allow fans to storm the field, this is way too much.
Temple overcame a number of physical miscues to get back into the AAC title game with Houston, but lost it as a result of mental errors by the coaching staff.