If Temple goes 6-6 and becomes bowl eligible, an AAC offiical says the Owls would "absolutely" earn a bowl bid, unlike 2014.
Collins hopes WR Ventell Bryant can play at Tulsa, but he wasn't as optimistic about LB Isaiah Graham-Mobley.
Coach Geoff Collins said Nutile was working with the first-team offense Monday, and that should lead to a fifth straight start.
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.
When Temple goes out on the recruiting road, the No. 1 priority should be speed.
Taylor entered the game with five career tackles for loss and added 4.5 in the Owls 45-19 loss to unbeaten Central Florida.
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.
The Owls improved to 2-0 by defeating the Tigers, 88-74, in the Charleston Classic.
McKenzie Milton has thrown for 2,720 yards and 22 TDs and run for 350 yards and four scores.
MacWilliams' contract was not renewed after 18 years in charge of the program.
In his first career start at quarterback, Perry rushed for an AAC record 282 yards and scored four touchdowns on 33 carries to help Navy beat SMU.
Nutile will make his fourth consecutive start in Saturday's home game against unbeaten UCF.
Keith Kirkwood, the hero of last year's dramatic win at UCF, is looking forward to the rematch.