The long process to move Temple's football team out of Lincoln Financial Field and into North Philadelphia is gaining steam, according to several sources.
Rose scored a career high 27 points and shot 5 of 6 from three-point range.
Jalen Bruson led a Wildcats charge to stay undefeated on the season with 31 points, and other takeaways from their rout of Temple.
Coach Geoff Collins says he has been flying around the country recruiting, but he insists that it won't interfere with the staff's focus on the bowl game.
This is the third straight year Temple faces a top-ranked Villanova team. The Wildcats are 10-0, and the Owls are also off to a strong start, at 6-2.
Shizz Alston Jr., who entered Saturday shooting 18 of 35 (51.4 percent) from three-point range, was 5 of 8 from deep (7 of 15 overall) to finish with a game-high 20 points.
Temple is 0-2 against its old league, the Atlantic Ten, and 5-0 against everybody else.
Alston sealed the victory by sinking his 52nd free throw in a row dating to last season.
Quarterback Frank Nutile says Army and Navy were two of the most physical teams the Owls played.
Dr. Stephany Coakley earned both her bachelor's and master's degrees from Temple.
Quinton Rose leads the Owls in scoring and minutes played and has shown great improvement in his perimeter game.
Owls come up short against the Colonials.
This is the third consecutive year that the Owls will be in a bowl, the first time that has happened in school history.