Temple took down Larry Brown’s previously undefeated Southern Methodist Mustangs 89-80 this afternoon in Philly. The game was originally scheduled to take place yesterday, but the blizzard forced it to today. Backup guard Devin Coleman was a perfect 7-for-7 from three and 8-for-8 from the field for 23 points.
Bill Cosby was charged yesterday with three counts of aggravated indecent assault by authorities in Montgomery County, Pa., for what happened back in 2004, when Andrea Constand said Cosby invited her over to his home, drugged, and assaulted her. At the time, Constand was the director of operations for the women’s…
ESPN’s College GameDay went to Philadelphia today for the unpredictably-huge Notre Dame-Temple game. Phillyfan was there, and Phillyfanned as hard as he could. Your sign roundup, with help as always from SEC Nation:
Bill Cosby, who has sold out arenas, who has been televised into millions of homes, who lectured America on the virtues of buckled pants, who has spoken at rally after rally, who has served on the board of trustees of a public university, claims he is not a public figure. Or rather, that’s the argument his lawyers…
Baltimore police have arrested two men, 25-year-old Matt Brown and 30-year-old Anthony Leon Eley Jr., on human trafficking charges. Brown is the son of a prominent Baltimore attorney, and was an all-conference football player at Temple University.
Every NCAA Tournament has its snubs, its questionable inclusions, and baffling seedings. But few seasons have produced so clear a narrative as this one has: it's very, very good to have name recognition.
Fans of Temple and La Salle's basketball teams renewed a Palestra tradition today, as they threw streamers onto the court after each team's first made basket.
Without Andrea Constand, none of this happens. Bill Cosby is still America’s No. 1 dad, still beloved for giving us the Huxtables and Fat Albert, still embraced in too many corners of the country for telling young black men to pull up their pants, still selling out arena after arena.
Feb. 13, 1994, Temple coach John Chaney had to be pulled away from UMass's John Calipari following a Minutemen win. You know this, and the images are part of our collective sports memory by now. But try to watch the incident with fresh eyes. Never forget how incredible it is that this happened.
Temple University announced today that it will drop seven intercollegiate sports: baseball, softball, men's crew, women's rowing, men's gymnastics, and men's track and field, both indoor and outdoor. This is a cautionary tale about trying become a football school.
The Fordham Rams (FCS) wrapped up a stunning upset win over the Temple Owls (FBS) with this—there is simply no other word for it—breathtaking hail mary that traveled 125 yards in the air if it went 29.
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Our weekly college football shame index.
Sorry, it was physically not possible to make that headline any less confusing while remaining factually accurate. The Big East, in the midst of major realignment, is going to look a lot different next year. Commissioner Mike Aresco announced today that the 12-team conference will be split into two divisions, with a…
Depending on the traffic, Atlantic City, N.J., is a little more than an hour from Philadelphia by car, which makes it the perfect sort of getaway for college students from the city looking for some harmless mini-Vegas bacchanalia. Temple guard Khalif Wyatt, who turned 21 over the weekend, probably had that in mind…
Unlike a colleague, I did not go to Harvard. I went to and loved Temple University, which at its heart was a commuter school with an ugly campus surrounded on all sides by North Philadelphia wasteland, a place where basketball was king, but a king in memory, and football only a rumor.
Temple vs. Wyoming! Maybe you're watching this? If so, feel free to use this space to chat about it.
Matt Howard's putback at the horn to put Butler over Old Dominion. Great whistle-swallowing by the refs.
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: a couple of folks have high hopes for Fran Dunphy's team.
First, let me establish my homer credentials: I am a proud graduate of Temple University, class of '06. Now, my opinion on Temple getting shafted for a bowl game: I'm pretty OK with it.