Temple is putting together an impressive résumé in their trek to get back to the NCAA Tournament, but is also staying focused on the task at hand and treating each game the same.
Temple continued its push toward the NCAA Tournament Saturday, beating East Carolina, 66-53, for its seventh straight win and 13th in 16 games.
Ugonna Onyekwe was one of Penn’s all-time greats, and Temple coach Fran Dunphy sees a player just like him in Owls freshman Obi Enechionyia.
Temple held Tulane to eight first-half points, the lowest ever in any half at the Liacouras Center, en route to extending its winning run with a 55–37 victory Saturday.
“It was just like being in a big, warm fucking blanket, like everything’s OK,” Chris said. Sitting on the rooftop of Anderson Hall at Temple University, Chris is telling a story with his backpack next to him and an electronic cigarette in hand. He’s wearing a button-down shirt with a … Continue Reading By all means necessary
Mark Williams was hoisting up shots that Fran Dunphy doesn’t necessarily want him taking. But on Tuesday night, those shots fell, and Temple defeated Penn, 76-67.