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10-4, 1st in American Athletic - East

Temple earns solid marks

Making the most of their eye-opening season on the field last year, the Owls had one of the top recruiting classes among Group of 5 teams and Independents. The group is led by physically impressive ESPN 300 DE Karamo Dioubate. Recruiting class grades (Insider)

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Scout's Take: DL Karamo Dioubate to Temple

The No. 91 players in the country, Karamo Dioubate, decides to stay home in Philadelphia and attend Temple.

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Rhule's hard at work trying to improve Temple (2:00)
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Wilkerson one of best from 2011 class

Mel Kiper Jr. was a fan of Muhammad Wilkerson's when the big man entered the 2011 draft. The Temple product has lived up to his potential and more since Day 1 with the Jets. Kiper: Ranking the 2011 class

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Will the Group of 5 ever get a playoff berth? (3:25)
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Matich: Temple has given Philly recruits a reason to stay home (1:15)
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Corey Jones makes them miss

The Toledo WR makes the grab for a first down but doesn't stop there, making multiple Temple defenders miss and going all the way to the end zone. The Rockets got the 32-17 win in the Boca Raton Bowl.

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Toledo shuts down Temple for Boca Raton Bowl win (1:43)
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Key plays for Toldeo's bowl victory (1:38)
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Ja'Wuan Woodley wins defensive MVP (0:59)
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Toledo QB Phillip Ely wins offensive MVP (1:21)
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Marmot Boca Raton Bowl Trophy Presentation (2:04)
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Toledo celebrates win with new HC Jason Candle (0:21)
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Toledo bests Temple in Boca Raton Bowl

Kareem Hunt broke a couple of of tackles, and made a couple of smart cuts en route to a 41-yard TD run to cap Toledo's 32-17 win over Temple in the Boca Raton Bowl.

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Walker outlasts Toledo D for 2 points

Temple's P.J. Walker shook off a couple of Toledo defenders before finding a wide open Robby Anderson in the end zone for the 2-point conversion. The Owls still trail the Rockets 25-17 late in the fourth quarter on ESPN.

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Toledo goes 80 yards in one play

The Rockets needed just one play to go 80 yards for the score to extend their lead over Temple to 19-9 in the Boca Raton Bowl on ESPN.

Temple just not gaining ground vs. Toledo

The Owls had just 67 first-half yards (33 through the air and 34 on the ground), they had at least 117 yards in every half this season. Toledo is 24-0 in the last 5 seasons when leading by at least 9 points at halftime. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

Toledo up over No. 24 Temple at the half

Temple scored the only points in the first quarter but the Rockets came back with 12 unanswered points and head to the locker room with the lead at the Boca Raton Bowl. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Halftime Interview with Temple HC Matt Rhule (0:32)
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Toledo gets on board with safety

Ja'Wuan Woodley blew up a handoff between Temple's P.J. Walker and Jahad Thomas, with the ball squirting through the back of the end zone for a safety and a 3-2 score at the Boca Raton Bowl. (Live on ESPN)

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Temple takes early lead at Boca Raton Bowl

The Owls have a 3-0 lead on Toledo late in the first quarter after a field goal set up by this nice connection from P.J. Walker to Robby Anderson. (Live on ESPN)

Watch: Marmot Boca Raton Bowl

Though this is their first bowl meeting, Toledo and Temple have met 10 times between 1961 and 2011, with Toledo owning a 7-3 advantage. The Rockets have won five of the last six meetings, and all six were decided by at least 12 points. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

Team Stats

Passing Yards215.572nd
Rushing Yards153.690th
Points For30.856th
Points Against19.216th

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