Monday, November 30, 2015

Owls game could get ugly

Temple's matchup against Fordham on Wednesday night at the Liacouras Center could get U-G-L-Y!

Owls game could get ugly


Temple's matchup against Fordham on Wednesday night at the Liacouras Center could get U-G-L-Y!

 The Owls (15-5, 4-2 Atlantic Ten) are playing their best basketball of the season.  While improved, the Rams (9-11, 2-5) remain one of the conference's worst programs. And that's why Temple is a 17-point favorite.

 The Owls have won four straight and 24 of the last 28 series meetings.


 TEMPLE (15-5, 4-2 A-10)
32 Rahlir Hollis-Jefferson F  6-6 Jr. 9.1 ppg. 6.4 rpg.
3 Anthony Lee F 6-9 Fr. 6 ppg. 6.6 rpg.
4 Juan Fernandez G 6-4 Sr. 11.8 ppg. 2.8 apg.
1 Khalif Wyatt G 6-4 Jr. 16 ppg. 2.2 spg.
10 Ramon Moore G 6-4 Sr. 17.4 ppg. 3.1 apg.


 Fordham (9-11, 2-5)
33 Chris Gaston F 6-7 Jr. 15.7 ppg. 10.3 rpg.
55 Kevin Bristol F 6-10 Sr. 4.5 ppg. 7.5 rpg
1  Branden Frazier G 6-1 Soph. 12.8 ppg. 3.7 apg.
10 Devon McMillan G 5-10 Fr. 7.6 ppg. 3.2 rpg
24 Bryan Smith G 6-2 Fr. 9.4 ppg. 3.1 rpg.






 Fran Dunphy (435-225 career record)


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Keith Pompey has been an Inquirer reporter since September 2004. He took over the Sixers beat in the summer of 2013 after covering the Temple basketball and football for the previous three years. Pompey also previously covered the Penn and Drexel men’s basketball team and Villanova football team after initially focusing on high school sports.

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