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  09/26/22 - Alex OdomrSo/2025, Temple + More +

  SEPT 26 AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE HONOR ROLL: Alex Odom, So., S, Temple,...Had a game-high nine tackles with an interception in a 28-0 win against Massachusetts, helping the Temple defense hold its opponent without an offensive touchdown for the second straight game. - American Athletic Conference football

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  09/24/22 - E.J. WarnerFr/2026, Temple + More +

  E.J. Warner threw two touchdown passes and Layton Jordan returned an interception 41 yards to lead Temple to a 28-0 win over Massachusetts on Saturday. Warner, the son of Hall of Famer Kurt Warner, got his first win as a starter, going 11 of 22 for 173 yards. He opened the scoring with an 11-yard strike to Ian Stewart and capped it a 50-yard connection with Adonicas Sanders.

Jordan's pick-6 highlight the first shutout for the Owls (2-2) since 2016 when they beat Tulane 31-0. Temple backup quarter Quincy Patterson completed all three of his passes and led the Owls in rushing with 10 carries for 52 yards and made it 14-0 early in the second half with a 3-yard touchdown run that capped an 80-yard drive. The Minutemen used three quarterbacks, who combined to go 11 of 26 for 80 yards passing and two interceptions with four sacks. UMass was just 3 of 17 on third down. - Temple/AP College Football


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  09/13/22 - DeVon FoxrSo/2025, Temple + More +

  De'Von Fox of Temple blocked three punts against Lafayette, and the Owls converted them into two touchdowns and a safety in a 30-14 win. The three blocks were the most by a player since at least 2009. NCAA records prior to that season were unavailable. - AP College Football

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  09/12/22 - DeVon FoxrSo/2025, Temple + More +

  SEPT 12 AMERICAN ATHLETIC SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK:: De'Von Fox, RFr., WR, Temple,...Fox blocked three punts, finishing one shy of the NCAA single-game record, to help Temple to a 30-14 win against Lafayette. Two of his blocks led to Temple touchdowns on the ensuing drives, while his third was recovered in the end zone for a safety. - American Athletic Conference Football

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  09/10/22 - E.J. WarnerFr/2026, Temple + More +

  Freshman E.J. Warner passed for 173 yards and two touchdowns, De'Von Fox blocked three punts and Temple beat Lafayette 30-14 on Saturday for the Owls' first victory under coach Stan Drayton. Warner, the son of NFL Hall of Famer Kurt Warner, entered in the second quarter with the game tied at 7 after starter D'Wan Mathis was pulled. Warner capped his first series with a 15-yard touchdown strike to Ian Stewart for his first collegiate touchdown.

Warner connected with a wide-open Jordan Smith for a 17-yard touchdown to give Temple a 28-14 lead early in the fourth quarter, and Fox's third blocked punt led to a safety to cap the scoring. Jose Barbon caught eight passes for 118 yards for Temple (1-1), which hosts Rutgers next Saturday. Darvon Hubbard and Edward Saydee each had a rushing touchdown. One of Fox's blocked punts led to a short field and Saydee capped a four-play, 22-yard drive with a 9-yard scoring run for a 21-7 lead with 23 seconds left in the first half. Ryan Schuster completed 10 of 15 passes for 80 yards and two touchdowns for Lafayette (1-1). - Temple/AP College Football


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  08/31/22 - Isaac MoorerSr/2023, Temple + More +

  2022 PRESEASON WUERFFEL TROPHY (COMMUNITY SERVICE) WATCHLIST: Isaac Moore, Temple, Sr., OL,...Moore, a graduate student, enters 2022 as the most experienced player on the roster. He has played every game for Temple since the 2018 opener - 45 total, including 32 starts at left tackle. The Sweden native is also one of the most active in community service - in addition to the Wuerffel Trophy he is the Owls' nominee for the William V. Campbell trophy and AFCA Good Works Team - having adopted Philadelphia as his hometown. - Temple Football

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  Temple quarterback Quincy Patterson, a transfer from North Dakota State whom coach Stan Drayton calls a natural leader, has been making a name for himself early in camp. Offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf sees Patterson as a player who can run well and has good size at 6-foot-3, 235 pounds. "You see a real team player," Langsdorf said. "Doing whatever he needs to do to help the team win...He just has a really good personality, very open and helpful to the guys. He's a team player all the way." Langsdorf added that a starter from last season, D'Wan Mathis, has improved his throwing accuracy. The quarterback competition will continue. - Philadelphia Inquirer

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  One of the recent 11 transfer additions at Temple is former Illinois running back Jakari Norwood, who had 27 carries for 120 rushing yards last season. He's still waiting for his paperwork to be cleared but could be joining the Owls any day, according to Drayton. "He's got versatility," Drayton said. "He can catch the ball out of the backfield. He's tough on contact, but he's got the fifth gear...He's a guy that can hit a home run, so something that we felt we needed in that group and I'm hoping that he can bring that." The running back room features returners Edward Saydee, who took the bulk of carries last season, Darvon Hubbard, and Trey Blair. Drayton mentioned that the halfbacks have improved since the spring, when they learned new blocking schemes. - Philadelphia Inquirer

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  08/03/22 - Xach GillrSr/2023, Temple + More +

  During Stan Drayton's first team meeting as Temple's coach, he noticed one player in particular who was sitting in the front row. "Not knowing his name, not knowing who he was," Drayton said, "I just saw this one individual staring at the back of my skull trying to grab onto everything that I was saying." It was senior nose guard Xach Gill, who hasn't played a live snap of football since he appeared Dec. 12, 2020, in a win over Miami. At the time, he played defensive tackle and special teams for North Carolina. Expectations are high for Gill in his first season taking the field at Temple, both as an anchor on the defensive line and a leader within the locker room. And there's added pressure as Temple's season opener kicks off at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 2 at Duke, just 45 minutes from Gill's hometown.

In three seasons at North Carolina - he redshirted his freshman year - Gill appeared in 25 games and offered defensive line depth. He made 17 tackles, 2.5 tackles for a loss, recorded two sacks, and had one fumble recovery. He was recruited by former Temple coach Rod Carey's staff and committed to the Owls in January 2021. During winter workouts he suffered an Achilles injury that sidelined him for the year. Gill was officially cleared to play near the end of last season and was "full go" for the start of spring practices. - Philadelphia Inquirer/Daily News


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  2022 PRESEASON PAUL HORNUNG AWARD WATCH LIST: Amad Anderson, Temple,...Anderson, a redshirt junior, transferred to the Owls in December 2020 from Purdue where he caught 36 passes for 362 yards and three touchdowns in 17 games. By season's end in 2021, Anderson was the Owls starting wide receiver (24 catches for 283 yards and two touchdowns) and primary kick (20.4 yard average) and punt returner (5.4 yard average). - Temple

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  Three Temple football players have been named to the East-West Shrine Bowl 1,000 list, as announced by bowl officials Wednesday. Wide receivers Amad Anderson Jr. and Adonicas Sanders, and offensive lineman Isaac Moore have been recognized. Anderson, a redshirt junior, transferred to the Owls in December 2020 from Purdue. At Purdue, Anderson caught 36 passes for 362 yards and three touchdowns in 17 games. By season's end in 2021, Anderson was the Owls starting wide receiver (24 catches for 283 yards and two touchdowns) and primary kick (20.4 yard average) and punt returner (5.4 yard average). - Temple Football

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  Temple has set itself up for an intriguing preseason quarterback competition. Quincy Patterson committed to the Owls on May 18, arriving at what he says will be his last stop with two years of eligibility remaining. His final two choices were Temple and Troy. "I probably talked to 40 schools and I just told them all the same thing," Patterson told The Inquirer. "They're all like, 'What do you want?' I said, 'I just want a chance to compete." First-year coach Stan Drayton said during spring practice that Temple could look to the transfer portal to add some competition at quarterback. Patterson will duke it out with returning starter D'Wan Mathis, who transferred from Georgia for the starting job in December 2020. Patterson played in 11 games over three seasons at Virginia Tech (2018-20). He left feeling as if there wasn't much more he could do to sniff a starting spot in Blacksburg, Va., so he transferred to North Dakota State in December 2020.

The 6-foot-3, 242-pound quarterback went 7-0 as a starter in his lone season before suffering an injury to the AC joint in his throwing shoulder. Patterson only saw the field in run packages thereafter, as backup Cam Miller took over duties under center. Miller led the Bison to an FCS national championship, leaving Patterson feeling some deja vĂș. He didn't see a path to a legitimate quarterback competition. There was plenty of open dialogue about the situation, but Patterson understood that North Dakota State was unlikely to bench its championship quarterback. The day after Patterson entered the transfer portal for a second time on May 10, he got a call from Temple's wide receivers coach and passing game coordinator Jafar Williams, who held a similar position while they were both at Virginia Tech. - Philadelphia Inquirer


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  Temple Football head coach Stan Drayton continues to build his football team with the additions of four players to his initial recruiting class. Temple added four players from the transfer portal with college football playing experience. Joining the Owls are: redshirt senior P Mackenzie Morgan, redshirt juniors OL Peace Addo and QB Quincy Patterson, and redshirt sophomore DT Joseph Appiah Darkwa. All four will join the team this summer and are eligible immediately. - Temple Football

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  Former Virginia Tech quarterback Quincy Patterson will transfer to Temple for the 2022 season, according to ESPN. It is the second transfer in as many years for Patterson, who played this past season at North Dakota State after beginning his college career with the Hokies in 2018. The decision to enter the transfer portal came after Patterson led the Bison to a 7-0 record as the starter this past season before suffering an injury. The dual-threat quarterback still finished with 13 total touchdowns, seven of which came on the ground. During his time with Virginia Tech, he appeared in 11 games from 2018-20, making one start.

His most memorable moment with the Hokies came against North Carolina that season when he scored the game-winning two-point conversion to end the longest game in ACC history, which spanned six overtimes. "It's a shot to be the best me I can be, in a sense" Patterson said regarding his transfer to Temple. "I told all the coaches, I didn't need and guarantees (to start). I just wanted a shot and take it from there and prove what I can do. I know a lot of people know what I can do. I just have to go do it." A former four-star recruit, Patterson ranked as the No. 21 quarterback and No. 270 overall player in the 2018 class according to On3 Consensus. He chose to attend Virginia Tech over offers from Mississippi State, North Carolina, Penn State and others. - On3.com


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  Former Georgia Tech wide receiver Adonicas Sanders is bound for Temple. Sanders, who went into the transfer portal in January, announced his commitment to Temple on Friday. Sanders had his best season in a Yellow Jackets uniform in 2021, when he caught 29 passes for 362 yards (both fourth highest on the team) with three touchdown receptions. A 2017 signee out of North Charleston, S.C., it was his fourth season on the field. For his career, he caught 65 passes for 834 yards and four touchdowns. He played in 35 games and started 14 times, including six starts in 2021. He particularly made his mark as a perimeter blocker and with his ability to break tackles after the catch. - Atlanta Journal Constitution

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