Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Teams heading in opposite directions cross paths

Temple and Miami of Ohio have been heading in opposite directions.

Teams heading in opposite directions cross paths

Temple and Miami of Ohio have been heading in opposite directions.

 Having lost to Bowling Green and Ohio, the Owls are riding their first losing streak of the season. The ReddHawks, on the other hand, has won four of their last five contests after starting 0-4.

 Can Temple snap its skid? Or will Miami of Ohio continue its winning ways?

 We will find out in Wednesday’s Mid-American Conference East Division game at the Lincoln Financial Field.

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 The Owls  (5-4, 3-3) entertain the RedHawks (4-5, 3-2) in a much-anticipated contest. A victory would make Temple bowl eligible.

Here's a glimpse of Temple's results against Miami of Ohio (Information provided by Temple athletics):


  Temple all-time vs. Miami:  3-2

  Temple in games at Temple:  2-1

  Temple in games at Miami:  1-1

  First meeting in series:  2005 at Lincoln Financial Field, L, 14-41

  Last meeting in series:  2010 at Yager Stadium, L, 23-3


  Temple Owls

  Rushing:  Bernard Pierce, 40-178, 3 TD (2009)

  Passing:  Chester Stewart, 11-23-1-178, 3 TD (2008)

  Receiving:  Umar Ferguson 3-72, 0 TD (2005)

   Miami RedHawks

  Rushing:  Thomas Merriweather, 22-182, 1 TD (2010)

  Passing:  Zac Dysert, 31-51-426, 3 TD (2009)

  Receiving: Armand Robinson, 10-118, 2 TD (2009)

   Year Site Results TU Coach OU Coach

  2005 Lincoln Financial Field L, 14-41 Bobby Wallace Shane Montgomery

  2007 Lincoln Financial Field W, 24-17 Al Golden Shane Montgomery

  2008 Yager Stadium  W, 28-10 Al Golden Shane Montgomery

  2009 Lincoln Financial Field W, 34-32 Al Golden Michael Haywood

  2010 Yager Stadium L, 3-23 Al Golden Michael Haywood


About this blog
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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