"What I'm Used To"

Last spring, Chris Coyer was unquestionably the Temple starting quarterback. But after an inconsistent junior season in which he was benched for the last two games in favor of Juice Granger, the left-hander is back competing for a job – a scenario which makes Coyer feel, well, comfortable.
March 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Roundup: Temple Routs Wyoming in New Mexico Bowl

Chris Coyer passed for 169 yards and a touchdown Saturday to help Temple beat Wyoming, 37-15, in the New Mexico Bowl in Albuquerque.
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December 17, 2011  |  Discuss

Pierce, Owls roll in New Mexico Bowl

Bernard Pierce ran for two early touchdowns and Chris Coyer threw for 169 yards and a touchdown to help Temple beat Wyoming 37-15 in the New Mexico Bowl on Saturday. The Owls (9-4) had three interceptions - tying a New Mexico Bowl record - en route to the second bowl victory in school history. The New Mexico Bowl was Temple's second bowl game in three years, but that 2009 game...
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December 17, 2011  |  Discuss

New Mexico Bowl: 32 Years Later, Temple Celebrates Bowl Victory

Steve Addazio took one year to do something his predecessor at Temple, Al Golden, could not accomplish in five seasons. But don't take that as a knock on Golden, who certainly turned this desolate football program around. Addazio led the Temple Owls to their first bowl victory since the 1979 Garden State Bowl, as Temple blew away Wyoming in the New Mexico Bowl, 37-15 in the first...
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December 17, 2011  |  Discuss

Temple Up 28-0 Over Army at Halftime

The Temple Owls rushed for 194 first-half yards and held the Army triple option attack in check, taking a 28-0 halftime lead at Lincoln Financial Field. Matt Brown started the game at running back and helped the Owls get on the board quickly. Following a 24-yard rush from quarterback Chris Coyer and a 17-yard completion fro Coyer to tight end to Evan Rodriguez, Brown rushed for...
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November 19, 2011  |  Discuss

A look at the future

Chris Coyer's first career start showed signs of what's to come while helping Temple get back on track with its sixth win of the season.
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November 12, 2011  |  Discuss

OwlsDaily Photos: Temple 24, Miami (Oh) 21

Temple used the legs of Chris Coyer and Matt Brown and two timely interceptions to keep their MAC Championship hope alive.
November 10, 2011  |  Discuss

Three Owls Honored by College Football Performance Awards

Starting quarterback Chris Coyer, kicker/punter Brandon McManus and tight end Evan Rodriguez were named honorable mentions to the College Football Performance Awards national player of the week, the CFPAs announced today. Though the Owls lost to the Ohio Bobcats this week, the offense performed well, scoring 31 points after Coyer took over for Chester Stewart halfway through the...
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November 07, 2011  |  Discuss

Coyer Takes Over As Temple Owls Quarterback

When Temple University football head coach Steve Addazio put sophomore quarterback Chris Coyer into the game against the Ohio Bobcats on Wednesday, it was the fourth time this season the sophomore had gotten playing time. Coyer had made brief appearances against Villanova, Ball State and Buffalo, carrying the ball a total of 11 times for 161 yards without throwing a single pass....
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November 07, 2011  |  Discuss

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