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Falcons fly away in second half

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio – No upset this time. The football team couldn’t repeat the performance that led to last October’s 28-14 win over Bowling Green – Temple’s only victory of the 2006 season. Three fumbles,

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Controversial call results in loss

The football team was one foot away from a victory Saturday. But a controversial call on the Owls final offensive play sealed Connecticut’s 22-17 win at Rentschler Field Saturday. Trailing Connecticut (3-0 overall), 22-17 with

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Rushing to fix the ground attack

The hole for the running backs kept getting larger.And it wasn’t a hole created by the offensive line. The football team’s rushing unit fell into a deficit that grew larger by the quarter Saturday against

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Freshmen open season strong

Daryl Robinson said his stomach, like one might expect, was full of butterflies Friday night. If they remained during the football team’s season-opener, it didn’t show. Robinson was one of several freshmen to have a

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Hardin still believes in “Mission Possible”

Wayne Hardin made a bold proclamation last spring.Hardin spearheaded the “Mission Possible” initiative to maximize attendance for the football team’s season-opener against Navy at Lincoln Financial Field Friday. Hardin, 81, has allegiances to both schools.

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Defense switches formation

This is a time of change for the football team. The Owls unveiled new jerseys and helmets earlier this summer. They begin their inaugural Mid-American Conference season Friday. They also have changed their defense. The

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Offensive line bulks up

If there’s one player in coach Al Golden’s mind who embodies the envisioned turnaround of Temple’s football program, it’s Alex Derenthal. And if there’s one aspect that might be the key to the offense, it’s