Adam DiMichele did enough to win, Kee-ayre Griffin carried the load, and Bill Cosby was in the house.
After injuring his throwing shoulder Sept. 20 against Penn State, Adam DiMichele is close to returning to action, but his status will be a game-time decision. He took 50 percent of the snaps in practice this week.
For the first time in a long time, the Owls will play in front of the entire country.
The Owls take the defense, but the Bobcats have the better offense.
The Owls could take a page out of the Scarlet Knights' book to turn their program around.
Here are Todd Orodenker's grades for Temple's 24-14 loss to Central Michigan.
Though freshman cornerback Kee-ayre Griffin ran the ball well again, the Owls could only muster one solid scoring drive.
With Adam DiMichele still injured, the Owls fell to Central Michigan, 24-14.
It’s been a real mixed bag for coach Al Golden’s team.
Temple students deserve to know the reality of job markets before they graduate.