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  10/19/20 - Arnold EbiketierJr/2022, Temple, 6-3, 240 (DS#999 OLB) + More +

  OCT 19 AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Arnold Ebiketie, Temple, Jr., DE, Silver Spring, Md.,...Ebiketie keyed Temple's 39-37 win against USF, giving the Owls their first win of the 2020 season. Ebiketie finished with six tackles, including a sack and 3.5 tackles for loss, and delivered the biggest defensive play of the game when he returned a fourth-quarter fumble 11 yards for a touchdown, giving Temple a lead it would not relinquish. - American Athletic Conference Football

(DS#999 OLB) rJr/2022 OLB Arnold EbiketieTemple
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  10/19/20 - Randle JonesSr/2021, Temple, 6-0, 185 (DS#120 WR) + More +

  OCT 19 AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE HONOR ROLL: Randle Jones, Temple, Gr., WR,...Had eight catches for a game-high 81 yards, including seven receptions that went for first downs and a 13-yard touchdown that accounted for the winning margin in a 39-37 win against USF. - American Athletic Conference Football

(DS#120 WR) Sr/2021 WR Randle JonesTemple
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  10/17/20 - Anthony RussorSr/2021, Temple, 6-3, 240 (DS#22 QB) + More +

  Anthony Russo threw for four touchdowns and Amir Tyler stuffed a two-point conversion try with a minute to go as Temple beat South Florida 39-37 Saturday. Tyler, who also forced a fumble in the first half, dropped Noah Johnson for a loss after USF scored on Leonard Parker's 1-yard run. Russo threw a 13-yard score to Randle Jones to complete a 19-point run that left the Owls (1-1, 1-1 American) ahead 39-31 with 4 1/2 minutes left. Arnold Ebiketie picked up a bungled USF handoff and carried it 11 yards for a 32-31 lead after a two-point run failed. Russo started the rally from an 11-point deficit with a 12-yard TD pass to Branden Mack with 5 1/2 minutes remaining in the third quarter.

Russo was 30-of-42 passing including two interceptions. Two of his touchdown passes went to Jadan Blue. Jordan McCloud threw for 182 yards on 15-of-26 passing and three scores for the Bulls (1-4, 0-3 American). USF went ahead 21-17 with just over a minute left in a wild close to the first half. Johnson scored on a 2-yard run that came after Mekhi LaPointe returned an interception to the Temple 35. The Bulls then recovered an onside kick but fumbled the ball back to the Owls two plays later. Temple had a field-goal attempt blocked on the final play of the half. No fans were permitted for Temple's home opener. - Temple/AP College Football


(DS#22 QB) rSr/2021 QB Anthony RussoTemple
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  Temple's starting tight end from last season, Kenny Yeboah, transferred to Ole Miss, where he has played well with 15 receptions for 355 yards and four touchdowns. The Owls got an impressive performance from his replacement, redshirt sophomore David Martin-Robinson. Known as DMR, the 6-foot-4, 240-pounder had five receptions for 72 yards against Navy. Last year in 13 games, Martin-Robinson had five receptions for 64 yards. "DMR played his best game since he's been at Temple and he's a dynamic dude," Carey said. "I know, Kenny's down there at Ole Miss doing good things and he's a good player too. But DMR, he had five catches for 70- some yards and blocked [well]... He's a really good player." - Philadelphia Inquirer/Daily News

(DS#999 TE) rSo/2023 TE David Martin-RobinsonTemple
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  10/11/20 - Ifeanyi MaijehrJr/2022, Temple, 6-2, 285 (DS#8 DT) + More +

  Temple Football head coach Rod Carey announced that two more players earned single-digit honors. Linebacker William Kwenkeu switches from number 35 to number 4 while defensive tackle Ifeanyi Maijeh will now sport the #9 jersey after changing from his childhood favorite #88. A Temple tradition that was originally instituted by then head coach Al Golden in 2009, the awarding of single-digits has become one of the most symbolic in all of college football. The toughest players, on and off the field, as awarded by their teammates, has become an identity and badge of honor to those who are deemed "Temple Tuff." In fact, several other college football programs have adopted the tradition.

Maijeh, a redshirt junior from New York, earned first team All-AAC and All-ECAC honors last season after finishing eighth in the conference in sacks per game (0.60). In addition to that, he recorded 6.5 sacks, 10 tackles for loss, and five QB hits, all numbers that ranked top three on the team. This year, Maijeh starts the season in the spotlight as he earned preseason All-America accolades and was listed on watch lists for the Bednarik Award, the Nagurski Trophy, and the Outland Trophy. "It's truly an honor, I've always wanted to be a single-digit since I was a freshman," said Maijeh. "I knew what it stood for and respected the people who wore it. Getting a single-digit means leaving my legacy behind, which was also a personal goal of mine." - Temple Football


(DS#8 DT) rJr/2022 DT Ifeanyi MaijehTemple
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  08/22/20 - Anthony RussorSr/2021, Temple, 6-3, 240 (DS#22 QB) + More +

  Russo understands competition. He was the backup his redshirt sophomore year when starter Frank Nutile was injured before the third game. Russo played so well that Nutile never got his job back. Last season Russo improved statistically, but he had some hiccups. He completed 58.7% of his passes for 2,861 yards, 21 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions for the 8-5 Owls. It took time to get comfortable in a new offense under Carey and offensive coordinator Mike Uremovich.

Now in his second year in this system, Russo thinks he will be able to do more, but with less. He said that he came to camp 14 pounds lighter. The 6-foot-4 Russo said he now weighs 234 pounds. Uremovich said he wants Russo to be more of a running threat. "Last year I kind of wasn't in the best shape of my life, I wasn't able to be a threat with my legs," Russo said. "Sophomore year, I was a little bit more mobile, was able to extend plays a little bit better." - Philadelphia Inquirer/Daily News


(DS#22 QB) rSr/2021 QB Anthony RussoTemple
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  08/17/20 - Jadan BluerJr/2022, Temple, 6-0, 185 (DS#11 WR) + More +

  Temple Football head coach Rod Carey announced that three players have been awarded single-digit jerseys. Safety Amir Tyler moves from number 25 to number 3, cornerback Christian Braswell moves from number 14 to number 2, and wide receiver Jadan Blue switches from number 18 to number 5. A Temple tradition that was originally instituted by then head coach Al Golden in 2009, the awarding of single-digits has become one of the most symbolic in all of college football. The toughest players, on and off the field, as awarded by their teammates, has become an identity and badge of honor to those who are deemed "Temple Tuff." In fact, several other college football programs have copied the tradition. - Temple Football

(DS#11 WR) rJr/2022 WR Jadan BlueTemple
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  07/26/20 - ReMahn DavisSo/2023, Temple, 5-09, 215 (DS#36 RB) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST: RB Re'Mahn Davis, Temple,...As a true freshman in 2019, Davis burst onto the scene leading the Owls in rushing with 936 yards and eight touchdowns on 193 carries. Those numbers all rank second among freshmen in school history to Bernard Pierce's outstanding 2009 season. - Temple Football

(DS#36 RB) So/2023 RB ReMahn DavisTemple
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  2020 WUERFFEL TROPHY PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Isaiah Graham-Mobley, Temple, senior, linebacker,...Graham-Mobley has been one of the most productive Temple players both on and off the field. He was the team's third leading tackler in 2018 with 70 stops and was among the team leaders again in 2019 before missing the final five games with an injury. He reached these marks despite not starting a single game. He was the first non-starter in school history to earn a single-digit jersey - an honor reserved for Temple's toughest players. Currently a graduate student with a bachelor's degree in Media Studies and Production, the Upper Merion, Pa., native is engaged in nearly every activity that the team has trumpeted but more importantly, used his influence as team leader to recruit more players to participate and represent Temple in the community. - Temple Football

(DS#28 OLB) rSr/2021 OLB Isaiah Graham-MobleyTemple
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  07/26/20 - Ifeanyi MaijehrJr/2022, Temple, 6-2, 285 (DS#8 DT) + More +

  2020 OUTLAND TROPHY PRESEASON WATCH LIST: DT Ifeanyi Maijeh, Temple,...The recipient of the 75th Outland Trophy will be announced in early December. The official presentation to the winner will be made in Omaha, Neb., at the Outland Trophy Awards Dinner sponsored by Werner Enterprises and produced by the Greater Omaha Sports Committee, scheduled for Jan. 13, 2021. Maijeh had a breakout season in 2019 with career-bests in tackles (52), TFLs (10.0) and sacks (6.5) earning first team All-American Athletic Conference honors. - Temple Football

(DS#8 DT) rJr/2022 DT Ifeanyi MaijehTemple
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  07/26/20 - Ifeanyi MaijehrJr/2022, Temple, 6-2, 285 (DS#8 DT) + More +

  2020 BRONKO NAGURSKI TROPHY PRESEASON WATCH LIST: DT Ifeanyi Maijeh, Temple,...Maijeh had a breakout season in 2019 with career-bests in tackles (52), TFLs (10.0) and sacks (6.5) earning first team All-American Athletic Conference honors. He used his quick hands and explosive first step to notch at least a partial sack in each of the first six games. The 2020 Outland Trophy recognized 85 standout interior linemen representing all 10 Division I FBS conferences and independents. This is the 75th anniversary season for the Outland Trophy and the watch list presents a diverse field of players. Maijeh is one of 17 defensive tackles on the list as well as just one of five players from the American Athletic Conference. - Temple Football

(DS#8 DT) rJr/2022 DT Ifeanyi MaijehTemple
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  07/21/20 - Jadan BluerJr/2022, Temple, 6-0, 185 (DS#11 WR) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON BILETNIKOFF AWARD WATCH LIST: Jadan Blue, Temple,...Blue set the Temple marks with 95 catches for 1,067 yards in 2019. He had four games with 10+ catches and five 100-yard games a year ago despite starting just eight contests. The Randallstown, Md., native is poised to take over the primary punt and kickoff return duties in 2020 after the departure of All-American Isaiah Wright. - Temple Football

(DS#11 WR) rJr/2022 WR Jadan BlueTemple
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  07/21/20 - Ifeanyi MaijehrJr/2022, Temple, 6-2, 285 (DS#8 DT) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON BEDNARIK AWARD WATCH LIST: DT Ifeanyi Maijeh, Temple,...Maijeh had a breakout season in 2019 with career-bests in tackles (52), TFLs (10.0) and sacks (6.5) earning first team All-American Athletic Conference honors. He used his quick hands and explosive first step to notch at least a partial sack in each of the first six games. By midseason, the Far Rockaway, N.Y., native's play warranted constant double-teams opening up pass rushing lanes for teammate Quincy Roche who collected 10.0 sacks in November, on his way to AAC Defensive Player of the Year. - Temple Football

(DS#8 DT) rJr/2022 DT Ifeanyi MaijehTemple
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  07/20/20 - ReMahn DavisSo/2023, Temple, 5-09, 215 (DS#36 RB) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON DOAK WALKER AWARD WATCH LIST: ReMahn Davis (So.), Temple,...As a true freshman in 2019, Davis burst onto the scene leading the Owls in rushing with 936 yards and eight touchdowns on 193 carries. Those numbers all rank second among freshmen in school history to Bernard Pierce's outstanding 2009 season. - Temple Football

(DS#36 RB) So/2023 RB ReMahn DavisTemple
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  07/15/20 - Ifeanyi MaijehrJr/2022, Temple, 6-2, 285 (DS#8 DT) + More +

  In his annual 2020 College Football Preview released this week, respected author Phil Steele named 11 Temple football players to his All-American Athletic Conference teams. Representing Temple on the first team is defensive tackle Ifeanyi Maijeh. Wide receiver Jadan Blue, offensive lineman Vincent Picozzi, and linebacker Isaiah Graham-Mobley earned second team designations. The third team placed running back Re'Mahn Davis, wide receiver Branden Mack, and offensive lineman Isaac Moore, along with defensive tackle Daniel Archibong and linebacker William Kwenkeu. Cornerback Christian Braswell and kicker Will Mobley round out the fourth team. With five players on both offense and defense, that provides a balance of star-power on each side of the ball. - Temple Football

(DS#8 DT) rJr/2022 DT Ifeanyi MaijehTemple
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