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Golden says he’s staying at Temple

Football coach Al Golden withdrew his name from consideration for the open coaching position at UCLA yesterday, the two-year coach said. “I’m flattered to have been contacted about the coaching vacancy at UCLA,” Golden said in a statement.…

Strahan tackles life, football

REVIEW – It’s a place most football players find themselves in multiple times during an average day at the “office.” There’s plenty of name calling, crotch grabbing, eye-socket jabbing and “oh-crap-I-wish-I-wore-a-cup-today” down there squeezing.…

Broncos halt Owls

KALAMAZOO, Mich. – The football team entered Saturday’s game against Western Michigan 0-5 in the series versus the Broncos. They left Waldo Stadium 0-6 in the series, as they fell, 16-3.…

Stingy defense fueling Kent State

Lincoln Financial Field will host the two top-ranked defensive units in the Mid-American Conference this weekend. Points will be hard to come by when Temple faces Kent State (3-7 overall, 1-5 MAC) Saturday at noon in the Owls’ final home game of the season.…

Lions come roaring to Linc Saturday

All of the elements crashed down upon Al Golden in the week leading up to Temple’s game against Penn State last season. Golden, a three-year letter winner as a player for the Nittany Lions from 1989 to 1991, was showered with questions about his return to Happy Valley only minutes after the Owls lost to Central Michigan last November.…

Linemen keep Charlton on his feet

Playing against a team boasting more sacks per game than any team in the nation, it was reasonable to believe Temple quarterback Vaughn Charlton would see his fair share of the turf Saturday.…

Lions blank Owls again

A year removed from a loss to Penn State in Happy Valley, the Owls attracted 69,029 to Lincoln Financial Field for their highly-anticipated rematch with the Nittany Lions Saturday. Despite playing in front of the largest home crowd in the program’s history, the Owls exited the field Saturday with the same empty feeling they had after their loss last November.…

Offense disappears in loss to Ohio

ATHENS, OHIO – The streak is over. After winning three straight games for the first time in 17 years, the Owls couldn’t muster enough offensive firepower to secure a fourth consecutive victory in a 23-7 loss to Ohio at Peden Stadium Friday night.…