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Two more Temple kick offs and game times announced

Slowly but surely, the kickoff times for Temple’s 2014 football games are seeping out.

Two more Temple kick offs and game times announced

Temple Owls quarterback P.J. Walker (11) scrambles with the ball as<br />Central Florida Knights linebacker Deondre Barnett (43) looks on<br />during the first quarter of an NCAA NCAA football game, Saturday, Nov.<br />16, 2013, in Philadelphia.  (AP Photo/Chris Szagola)
Temple Owls quarterback P.J. Walker (11) scrambles with the ball as Central Florida Knights linebacker Deondre Barnett (43) looks on during the first quarter of an NCAA NCAA football game, Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Chris Szagola)

Slowly but surely, the kickoff times for Temple’s 2014 football games are seeping out.

On Thursday afternoon, the American Athletic Conference announced a number of kickoff times and the channels on which they would be aired, and two of them belong to the Owls.

Temple’s Sept. 20th home game vs. Delaware State will kick off at 1 p.m. The game will be carried on ESPN3.  Their Nov. 7 home game vs. Memphis kicks off at 7:30 and will be carried on ESPNU.

The owls will season opener, at Vanderbilt on August 28, will be carried on the SEC network. The game kicks off at 9:15. The Owls other nationally televised game, an Oct. 17th game at Houston, will be carried by ESPNU. Kickoff is scheduled for 9 p.m.  All times are Eastern Standard time. 

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