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Temple moves football game against Memphis

Temple football announced today that its game with Memphis, originally schedule for Sat., Nov. 8, has been moved to Friday, Nov. 7. The game will be played at Lincoln Financial Field.

Temple moves football game against Memphis

Temple University football head coach Matt Rhule. (Alejandro A. Alvarez/Staff Photographer)
Temple University football head coach Matt Rhule. (Alejandro A. Alvarez/Staff Photographer)

Temple football announced today that its game with Memphis, originally schedule for Sat., Nov. 8, has been moved to Friday, Nov. 7. The game will be played at Lincoln Financial Field.

Key in this change is that it allows the game to be viewed nationally on ESPNU. Kickoff time has yet to be determined.

The change now gives the owls two opportunities to play in front of a national audience. The season opener at Vanderbilt on Thursday, Aug. 28 will be carried on the SEC Network.

Here is the Owls’ 2014 schedule:

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Thursday, August 28, time TBD, at Vanderbilt (9-4)

Saturday, September 6, TBD, Navy (9-4)

Saturday, September 13, BYE

Saturday, September 20, TBD, Delaware State (5-6)

Saturday, September 27, TBD, at Connecticut (3-9)

Saturday, October 4, BYE

Saturday, October 11, TBD, Tulsa (3-9)

Saturday, October 18, TBD, at Houston (8-5)

Saturday, October 25, TBD, at UCF (12-1)

Saturday, November 1, TBD, East Carolina (10-3)

Friday, November 7, TBD, Memphis (3-9)

Saturday, November 15, TBD, at Penn State (7-5)

Saturday, November 22, BYE

Saturday, November 29, TBD, Cincinnati (9-4)

Saturday, December 6, TBD, at Tulane (7-6)

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John Mitchell is in his second year covering Temple after two seasons covering the 76ers for the Inquirer, after joining the paper in November 2011. He covered the Washington Wizards for the Washington Times from 1998 to 2008. He's also worked at the Philadelphia Tribune, the Wilmington News Journal, Courier-Post, Trenton Times and Elmira Star-Gazette. He graduated from Overbrook High School and Howard University in Washington, D.C. Follow him on Twitter @jmitchinquirer or reach him at jmitchell@philly.com.

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