Coach Geoff Collins said Nutile was working with the first-team offense Monday, and that should lead to a fifth straight start.
The Nittany Lions' outstanding running back was named the conference's co-offensive player of the week after rolling up 178 yards rushing and 66 yards receiving in the 56-44 victory over Nebraska.
Funk, the Hawks' 6-foot-9 freshman forward scored 23 and 22 points in his team's two games, both victories.
Brown, who missed all but five games last season because of an Achilles tendon injury, scored 13 points as Temple defeated Clemson, 67-60, Sunday night in the finals of the Charleston Classic at TD Arena.
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When Temple goes out on the recruiting road, the No. 1 priority should be speed.
Saquon Barkley gave a fresh boost to his chances to be a Heisman Trophy finalist with a big performance Saturday.
On Sunday, Trump tweeted the following: "Now that the three basketball players are out of China and saved from years in jail, LaVar Ball, the father of LiAngelo, is unaccepting of what I did for his son and that shoplifting is no big deal. I should have left them in jail!"
Saquon Barkley did confirm he will play in Penn State's bowl game due to risk of injury.
Taylor Funk from Mannheim (Pa.) continued to show a hot hand from three-point range, and lifted the Hawks over Princeton.
The Nittany Lions treated a soaked senior day crowd to a big first half that ended with them leading 42-10, and had enough to hold off a Nebraska offensive rebirth in the second half.
Justin Watson completed his Quakers career as the school's top receiver of all time.
Taylor entered the game with five career tackles for loss and added 4.5 in the Owls 45-19 loss to unbeaten Central Florida.