Dave Gerson was named Temple's SWAG coordinator Monday and will help coach Geoff Collins promote the program on social media.
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Watch: Red-hot Mustangs visit Temple
No. 25 SMU aims to continue its recent hot streak at Temple. The Mustangs have won six straight and 16 of their last 17 games. Temple has wins over No. 13 West Virginia and No. 14 Florida State under its belt. (9 p.m. ET, ESPN2/WatchESPN)
Temple LB Haason Reddick had the third-most tackles for a loss in the FBS, but he will need to learn to play off the defensive line if his showing at the Senior Bowl is any indication of his ability.
Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer
Senior Bowl: After watching practice, these four defensive players improved their draft stock this week in Mobile -- LB Haason Reddick (Temple), DB Cam Sutton (Tennessee), DT Jaleel Johnson (Iowa) and S Obi Melifonwu (UConn).
Time -- and wins and losses -- will ultimately tell if the hires during this coaching cycle made the dean's list, but it's not too early to review how the new 21 head coaches are doing so far.
Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer
Senior Bowl: Temple LB Haason Reddick made plays during team drills and impressed in one-on-one pass rush (LBs vs. RBs). Very physical player at the point of attack, gets downhill with speed/power to play the run.
Irish won't get an easy start to 2017
Notre Dame and head coach Brian Kelly are in the hot seat in 2017, and it could get scorching hot against Temple on Sept. 2. The Owls have a new coach but have been on the upswing since winning the American Athletic Conference this past season. Countdown to 2017
Forgettable bowl season for American
South Florida and Tulsa were the only AAC teams to win bowl games this season. The conference finishes with a 2-5 record, fourth among Group of 5 conferences.
Wake Forest set aside distractions to take a 31-10 lead into halftime before holding off Temple in the Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman.
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Temple's Adonis Jennings (154 yards) and Ventell Bryant (151 yards) are the fifth pair of teammates to record 150 receiving yards in the same game this season. Third pair to reach those marks in a loss.
Wake Forest attached a positive ending to a season marred by scandal, using a strong performance by quarterback John Wolford to beat heavily favored Temple 34-26 on Tuesday in the Military Bowl.
Wake finishes off Temple with 4th-down stop
On fourth-and-3, Temple QB Phillip Walker and WR Adonis Jennings appear to cross signals. With the incompletion, the Demon Deacons knocked off the 24th-ranked Owls 34-26 in the Military Bowl.
Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer
Wake Forest beats Temple 34-26 in the Military Bowl. The ViewFromVegas is the 'dogs keep barking in bowls as Wake Forest did it as a 10.5-point underdog and +340 on the money line. Earlier, Army beat North Texas 38-31 in overtime but did NOT cover as a 10.5-point favorites. Underdogs are now 14-5 ATS (73.7 percent) so far in bowls. Both games today have gone over the betting totals and unders now lead by only 10-9 after dominating earlier (unders started 7-0 but are 3-9 since then).
Temple intercepts Wake's backup
After QB John Wolford left the game with an apparent upper body injury, Kyle Kearns entered the game. He's picked off here in the end zone by Temple's Delvon Randall. Wake Forest leads 31-20 in the third quarter.
Temple opens 2nd half with long TD
Adonis Jennings catches a short pass and makes several moves en route to a 58-yard TD. The 24th-ranked Owls trail Wake Forest 31-17.
Wake Forest takes 31-7 lead over Temple
Matt Colburn powers his way in for a 3-yard TD, extending Wake Forest's big lead over No. 24 Temple in the Foster Farms Bowl.
David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer
Wake Forest leads Temple 31-7 with 3:02 left in the first half. The Deacons haven't led by that much in the first half of a game against an FBS foe since 2009 (vs Maryland) and this marks just the second time under Dave Clawson the Deacons have scored 30 in a game against an FBS team.