Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Temple vs. Bowling Green series at a glance

One would assume Temple will run all over – and around –Bowling Green when the teams meet Saturday in a Mid-American Conference matchup at Doyt Perry Stadium.

Temple vs. Bowling Green series at a glance

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One would assume Temple will run all over – and around –Bowling Green when the teams meet Saturday in a Mid-American Conference matchup at Doyt Perry Stadium.

That's because the Owls (5-2, 3-1 MAC) boast the conference top-ranked rushing offense at 257 rushing yard per game. The Falcons (3-4, 1-2), on the other hand, have given up 351 and 268 rushing yards in their past two games. Bowling Green also heads into the contest with a three-game skid.

But the Falcons will be fired up, considering this is a “must-win” game for them.

Here’s a glimpse of the Temple vs. Bowling Green series:

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SERIES INFORMATION

Temple all-time vs. Bowling Green:         4-7

Temple in games at Temple:                   4-3

Temple in games at Bowling Green:        0-4

First meeting in series:                  1953 at Temple Stadium; W, 27-0

Last meeting in series:                   2010 at Lincoln Financial Field, W, 28-27

 

SERIES HIGHS

Temple Owls                     

                Rushing:               Umar Ferguson, 28-132, 1 TD (2005)       

                Passing:                Adam DiMichele, 27-41-299, 4 TDs (2007)             

                Receiving:           Troy Kersey, 3-120 (1995)

 

Bowling Green

                Rushing:               Chris Bullock, 29-182, 2 TDs (2006)

                Passing:                Omar Jacobs, 21-26-367, 4 TDs (2004)

                                Tyler Sheehan, 30-47-351, 4 TDs (2007)

                Receiving:           Kamar Jorden, 12-143  (2010)

 

Year       Site        Results TU Coach             BGSU Coach

1953       Temple Stadium               W, 27-0 Albert P. Kawal Robert H. Whittaker

1966       Temple Stadium               L, 20-62 George Makris  Bob Gibson

1995       Veterans Stadium            L, 31-37 Ron Dickerson   Gary Blackney

1996       Doyt Perry Stadium         L, 16-20 Ron Dickerson   Gary Blackney

2000       Franklin Field                   W, 31-14  Bobby Wallace  Gary Blackney

2001       Doyt Perry Stadium         L, 23-42 Bobby Wallace  Urban Meyer

2004       Lincoln Financial Field     L, 16-70 Bobby Wallace  Gregg Brandon

2005       Doyt Perry Stadium         L, 7-70   Bobby Wallace  Gregg Brandon

2006       Lincoln Financial Field     W, 28-14  Al Golden            Gregg Brandon

2007       Doyt Perry Stadium         L, 35-48 Al Golden            Gregg Brandon

2010       Lincoln Financial Field     W, 28-27  Al Golden            Dave Clawson

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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.

Pompey is a native Philadelphian and a University of Pittsburgh graduate. Follow him on Twitter @PompeyOnSixers or reach Keith at kpompey@phillynews.com.

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