The redshirt-junior quarterback connected with senior wide receiver Adonis Jennings for two scores in the Owls’ 34-26 victory at Lincoln Financial Field on Thursday.
With four games left on the schedule, the Owls have a 40 percent chance to beat Navy and a 28.1 percent chance of finishing bowl eligible, according to SportSource Analytics.
Delvon Randall leads Temple with three interceptions.
Though Temple’s numbers are up, Football Bowl Subdivision attendance is declining.
The redshirt junior threw for 290 yards and a touchdown in a 31-28 road loss on Saturday.
Temple has lost four of its past five games, including three by seven points or less.
Temple allowed a touchdown with one second left in regulation before falling, 31-28, in overtime to Army West Point on Saturday at Michie Stadium in New York.
The Owls will face an Army team that is on a three-game winning streak on Saturday in West Point, New York.
Temple needs to win at least three of its next five games to be bowl eligible.
Ten different players had carries in Saturday’s loss.