The Owls (4-3) won in spite of a season-low two points from Dionte Christmas, the Atlantic 10's leading scorer (21.8 ppg) coming into the game. He scored his only field goal with 5:15 left.
But Temple's defense forced the Nittany Lions into numerous bad or rushed shots. Talor Battle had 19 points to lead Penn State (7-2), which shot just 35 percent from the field.
Inge provided the punch with Christmas struggling, hitting 6 of 9 from the field. Forward Lavoy Allen added 11 points for Temple, which enjoyed a 34-18 scoring advantage in the paint.
Temple snapped Penn State's nine-game home winning streak, the longest stretch for the Nittany Lions in 12 years.