Bruce Drysdale, Bill "Pickles" Kennedy and Jay Norman joined the Owls' Ring of Honor at halftime of Saturday's game.
Temple beat No. 17 DePaul University 84-74 on Thursday at McGonigle Hall to beat its first nonconference ranked team since 2007.
No. 1 Villanova used a pivotal swing at the end of the first half and the start of the second half Tuesday to beat Temple 78-57 at The Pavilion and win its fourth straight Big 5 title.
The Owls travel to Villanova on Tuesday to face the top ranked Wildcats with the Big 5 championship on the line.
Temple five starters scored all of the team's points in its 83-48 win against Villanova on Saturday at The Pavilion.
Temple allowed DePaul University to come back from a 25-point second-half deficit, but held on to beat the Blue Demons 74-65 on Saturday in Miami.
The Owls lost their third road game in a row, falling 71-65 to Hampton University on Wednesday night.
The Owls could not come back from a 15-point deficit in the second half of their loss to George Washington University on Wednesday at the Liacouras Center.
The Owls stayed undefeated in the Big 5, beating St. Joseph’s and Penn last week.
The Owls still have areas to improve on after winning four of their first six games.