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Dick "Hoops" Weiss was the sportswriter who dubbed the Palestra "the Cathedral of Basketball."
Former Temple quarterback Adam DiMichele helped sign up 225 people for bone marrow registry.
The Temple football team took time out from spring practice on Monday as they registered 225 people for their marrow drive.
The Frozen Four's visit to Philadelphia gave us a rare glimpse of how much fun college hockey is.
Cole Chiappialle was the star of Penn State's annual Blue-White spring game.
Shayne Gostisbehere was the NCAA Tournament's most outstanding player.
Bob Ford: The public relations tour of Temple president Neil D. Theobald took another wide turn last week.
The Dutchmen knocked off Minnesota, 7-4, in the championship game of the NCAA Frozen Four.
Even though Penn athletic director Steve Bilsky is retiring at the end of June, he isn't going far.
James Franklin failed to reach his first attendance quota as Penn State's head football coach, but he came close.
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