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Left tackle Dion Dawkins and linebackers Avery Williams and Nate Smith were banged up Saturday.
Bob Brookover: Rollie Massimino will be back coaching on the sidelines at the Pavilion in a couple weeks.
Temple must get over the loss quickly, as the schedule doesn't get any easier.
Larry Johnson said he holds "no bitterness at all" toward Penn State.
The next two games are crucial for Temple as the Owls take on the top two teams in the AAC.
Ohio State expects a sellout crowd of close to 108,000, a "whiteout," and lots of noise under the lights.
Sam Donnellon: Some athletes and teams are better at putting on a show than others.
Pat Williams grew up poor in Florida and was homeless for a time, but persevered and found a home at Villanova.
Markell Lodge will sit out the season and 'concentrate on academics,' Saint Joseph's said.
Bob Shoop spent a good portion of Penn State's bye week watching film of the Ohio State offense.
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