Josh Gouch had something in the back of his mind as he made his first start Friday night as Upper Darby’s new quarterback: Revenge.
The last two weeks, Temple’s defense has been missing something. Fundamentals and a certain approach the team even had during its 2-10 season in 2013. “We have a mentality of if you get in the red zone, we’re not going to let you score,” senior linebacker Tyler Matakevich said after Temple … Continue Reading Owls’ defense stifles No. 21 Memphis
The last time Temple faced a projected NFL first-round quarterback, the Owls had 10 sacks, returned an interception for a touchdown and held Penn State to 10 points. On Saturday afternoon, TU (8-2, 5-1) kicks off against Memphis (8-2, 4-2) in an important American Athletic Conference game at Lincoln Financial … Continue Reading Temple set for battle with ‘great’ Memphis QB Paxton Lynch
When Simon Gagne heard his name called at pick No. 22 on June 27, 1998, he was a little surprised. “I never had any meetings with the Flyers before the draft,” Gagne said last Friday on a conference call. “I did have meetings with all the other teams in the league but … Continue Reading Once ‘destined’ to play for Flyers, Simon Gagne eager to be honored
After his team’s latest loss — a 5-2 defeat to the Capitals on Thursday night — Flyers head coach Dave Hakstol had a simple explanation why his team is struggling to score. “I don’t think we’re shooting the puck enough,” Hakstol said after the Flyers were outshot — 32-20 — … Continue Reading After latest loss, Flyers say struggles stem from lack of shots
Everything Temple football has fought for this season is within reach this Saturday in Tampa, Florida. A win over the University of South Florida clinches the East Division and a berth in the American Athletic Conference championship game. “We know what’s at stake,” senior linebacker Tyler Matakevich said Tuesday at … Continue Reading No. 21 Temple knows what’s at stake in crucial matchup with USF