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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Saquon Barkley gave a fresh boost to his chances to be a Heisman Trophy finalist with a big performance Saturday.
Saquon Barkley did confirm he will play in Penn State's bowl game due to risk of injury.
Johnson, a Glassboro High graduate, set a career high with 105 receiving yards on five catches, and says his confidence has grown since the season opener.
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.
Villanova closes out a season that was scuttled by injuries with its first win in over a month, against a Delaware team that it's owned and was trying to make the FCS playoffs.
The 59-point victory margin was the largest in Penn basketball history.
Temple now has to win its regular season finale Saturday at Tulsa (2-9) in order to become bowl eligible for the fourth straight year.
Villanova showed off its shooting ability, making 11 of its first 13 shots, including 9 of 11 from the arc. The Wildcats can do that, even when the opponent isn't a Lafayette.