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2015 Schedule
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1d

New award honors season's top offensive line

A new college football award will be given to the nation's best offensive line and honor the memory of Joe Moore, who coached 52 players who went on to the NFL.

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6dPhil Steele

Steele: Ranking the top Group of 5 teams

Although Boise State is breaking in a new quarterback, Bryan Harsin's team is the No. 1 Group of 5 team heading into the season, writes Phil Steele.

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14dPhil Steele

Steele: Expect Miami, these teams to improve

With a solid quarterback and talent returning on both sides of the ball, the Hurricanes will be one of the most improved teams in the nation in 2015, writes Phil Steele.

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68dJoe Schad

Temple extends Rhule through 2021 season

Temple and coach Matt Rhule have agreed to a four-year extension that will keep him with the Owls through the 2021 season, the school announced Thursday.

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106d

Ex-linebacker Adrian Robinson dies at age 25

Adrian Robinson, a former Temple defensive lineman who recently signed with the Canadian Football League's Hamilton Tiger-Cats, has died. He was 25.

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109dGus Elvin

B1G nonconference opponent: Temple

We're taking a look at the 2016 nonconference opponents for Big Ten teams. Up now: Temple, which plays Penn State on Sept. 5.

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Devon, Leah Still partake in coin toss

The father-daughter duo helped out at Temple's spring game this afternoon -- and Leah also scored the first touchdown of the game, catching a screen pass for a 45-yard score.

Devon, Leah Still help with Temple coin toss

The Bengals DT and his daughter Leah did the coin toss for the Temple spring game today. Said Owls coach Matt Rhule: "What an unbelievable honor it is to have Leah & her dad ... come out and show us what it means to be Temple tough."

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Leah Still to toss coin at spring game

Camden native Devon Still and his four-year-old daughter will flip the coin at Temple's spring football game this Saturday. The Bengals DL, whose daughter's cancer is in remission, frequently worked out at the Temple Complex while Leah was in the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. (via Philly.com)

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