Found February 02, 2012 on
No 2 Minute Warning:
Temple signs best recruiting class in program history
Sometimes I get the sense that Temple fans think I’m scoffing at the notion of discussing their beloved Owls (not all of them, just a vocal minority). I get it. They do not like my stance and opinions on the state of Temple football as it is related to the big boys of college football and what I have to say about where Temple fits in to the continuing realignment saga that carries on in college football. I like to think I have viewed Temple in an honest and fair way when discussing the future of Temple, which often rubs some Owls supporters the wrong way.
As someone who has lived in the Philadelphia region my entire life I have always wanted Temple football to be something worth talking about. It was not until Al Golden started to build something that this was the case.
Golden has left but Steve Addazio continues to keep the pot boiling down on Broad Street. On National Signing Day Temple announced a recruiting class of 27 play...
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Ramone Moore and Khalif Wyatt combined for 49 points and Temple dominated Fordham, 78-60, for its fifth straight win, making its move towards the top of the Atlantic 10 standings.
The Owls improved to 16-5 overall and 5-2 in the league – a half-game behind front-runner La Salle – in the competitive A-10.
With running back Bernard Pierce deciding to leave early for the NFL, the Temple football team needs a complement to Matt Brown at running back.
Milford Academy coach Bill Chaplick thinks the Owls found their man in four-star recruit Montrell Dobbs, one of the jewels of coach Steve Addazio’s first full recruiting class, which will be announced today.
Ramone Moore scored 25 points and Khalif Wyatt added 24 as Temple overcame a slow start to breeze past Fordham 78-60 Wednesday night.