Saturday's 31-28 OT loss at Army was Temple's most frustrating loss of a difficult season.
The redshirt junior from Philadelphia made his first career start on a depleted offensive line.
The Owls missed a 27 yard field goal that would have sent the game into a second overtime
With Logan Marchi hobbling this week, Nutile earns his first career start
If Temple hopes to be bowl eligible at the end of the regular season, they may need to defeat Army.
In the Celtics 33-20 fourth quarter, Irving adeptly ran the offense, scored seven points and was a plus-8.
Jeff Monken thinks Temple is superior to the Black Knights in talent.
Army averages nearly 400 rushing yards per game. "It is almost like you are playing a different sport," Army coach Jeff Monken said.
McHale played more Saturday than he had in his previous 17 games combined at Temple.
The Owls have yet to beat an FBS team with a winning record and play three of their final five games against such teams.
Proceeds from the exhibition will benefit those impacted by hurricanes in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico.
Collins says quarterback Logan Marchi and safety Delvon Randall missed practice time but expects both to play Saturday at Army
The 7-foot-6 Fall is the reigning AAC defensive player of the year.
Leon Johnson suffered an ankle injury in the second play of the game Saturday and didn't return.