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Football

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. It’s

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Men's Basketball

Changing of the point guards

The smallest player on the court hit the biggest shot of the night for Temple last Thursday. Chris Clark, a 5-foot-8, 165-pound senior point guard, nailed a game-winning three-pointer from the left wing with 1.9

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Men's Basketball

McKie hosting toy drive

Aaron McKie concluded a successful professional basketball career playing in the NBA last season, one in which he reaped the riches and glory associated with professional sports. But through his 13-year career, McKie never forgot

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Women's Basketball

Morris reaching potential

Entering her senior season, Ashley Morris was something of an enigma. One game she’d look like the player Dawn Staley recruited out of Philadelphia’s Central High, a player who led her team to three consecutive

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Men's Basketball

Owls getting stronger on the glass

The men’s basketball team failed to upend ninth-ranked Duke Wednesday at the Wachovia Center, losing 74-64, but Temple did manage to reverse its fortune in one aspect from the teams’ meeting last season – rebounding.

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Women's Basketball

Maryland too much for Comfort, Owls

Another ranked opponent, another missed opportunity for the women’s basketball team. On the road against third-ranked Maryland, the Owls (4-6) fell to the Terrapins, 64-46, Sunday afternoon. This was the fourth Top 10 team the