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Kenny Yeboah, a wide receiver-safety from Parkland High in Allentown, PA has made an oral commitment to Temple.
Theresa Grentz, a head women's basketball coach for 33 years through the 2007 season, returned to coaching after a seven-year absence.
La Salle has continued a busy offseason by adding 6-foot-9 forward/center Demetrius Henry.
Temple junior P.J. Walker is among the 30 quarterbacks on the Manning Watch List.
Temple’s non-conference basketball schedule will soon be released and here is the list of teams we have compiled.
Brandon Matthews won the Philadelphia Open for the second time in three years.
Campus Insiders' Shae Peppler tells you why you should watch the Owls in 2015.
Temple will visit Wisconsin for a game on Saturday, Dec. 5.
Reggie Redding took a slower approach to the position of point guard during The Basketball Tournament.
St. Joe's will host Wildcats on Dec. 1. Other opponents include Drexel and Penn, plus four games in the Hall of Fame Tip-Off.
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