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Seifert inks contract with Cincinnati Bengals

Those aspirations to become a marine biologist have been put on hold for now. Elliot Seifert, an offensive tackle who would like to work as a marine biologist one day, signed with the Cincinnati Bengals Wednesday after going undrafted in last weekend’s NFL Draft.…

Fighting for job security

There is a new competitive edge emanating from the football team this season. In the annual intra-squad Cherry and White Game, the White team edged the Cherry team, 17-14, at the Ambler Sports Complex Saturday.…

Tight end hauls in halftime award, TD

The sun came out in full force Saturday for the annual Cherry and White intrasquad football game and Kevin Armstrong could feel the difference. “It was hot,” Armstrong said as he stood near the 50-yard line on a field at the Ambler Sports Complex.…

MAC on the mind as spring practice begins

Now that the football team is an official member of the Mid-American Conference, coach Al Golden has set the bar for his team even higher. “Every day, we have a goal that we work for,” Golden said.…

Alum defies expectations in Super Bowl

Raheem Brock and Dan Klecko shared a room while playing football at Temple. Now, both members of the Indianapolis Colts, they share one of sports’ greatest trophies, the Vince Lombardi Trophy.…

On signing day, Golden inks 29 recruits

“Champions grow stronger. They don’t atrophy.” That is the motto in the football team’s weight room. And as of Wednesday, the team just got stronger. With the addition of 29 recruits, the Owls hope a championship is right around the corner.…

Football team announces ‘07 recruiting class

Al Golden thinks the foundation is in place. Now, he believes, the cornerstones of Temple’s football program are ready to be laid. “There’s only one goal,” he said. “If you walk in the building, [you’ll see] it’s to win the [Mid-American Conference] title.…

Gridiron duo taking double duty in stride

For many student-athletes, juggling school work, a social life and a sport is a fairly daunting task. But for sophomores Bryce Buffaloe and Joshua Louis, playing one sport simply was not enough.…