The game, which will be a tuneup for both teams and raise money for hurricane victims, starts at 7:30 p.m. at the Liacouras Center.
Temple is coming off a 16-16 record and first-round American Athletic Conference tournament exit in the 2016-17 season.
The junior tailback has dealt with a toe injury and didn’t feel his best until Oct. 21 at Army.
Two Owls placed second and two tied for third during Saturday's event in State College, Pennsylvania.
The redshirt-junior quarterback connected with senior wide receiver Adonis Jennings for two scores in the Owls’ 34-26 victory at Lincoln Financial Field on Thursday.
After a 41-year stretch as head coach, Fred Turoff will assist Jesse Kitzen-Abelson this season.
Though Temple’s numbers are up, Football Bowl Subdivision attendance is declining.
After Saturday's 1-0 loss to Central Florida in Orlando, Temple's three-game winning streak is over and it must win its final game to make the American Athletic Conference tournament.
Temple has lost four of its past five games, including three by seven points or less.
Fred Turoff has coached the team since 1976, including during its transition from a Division I squad to a club after July 1, 2014.