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April 29, 2021. Retrieved July 9, 2022. ^ “Temple, Under Armour sing 10 year, $30m deal”. Philadelphia Daily News. August 31, 2015. Retrieved November 30, 2015. ^ http://grfx. cstv. com/photos/schools/tem/sports/m-footbl/auto_pdf/mg_history_06. pdf[bare URL PDF] ^ “America’s Lost Colleges”. America’s Lost Colleges. ^ “Temple (PA) 1936 AP Football Rankings – College Poll Archive – Historical College Football and Basketball Polls and Rankings”.

 

Temple was ranked No. 24 in the final regular season CFP rankings. After reeling off seven straight wins to end the 2016 regular season including a win over No. 19 Navy in the American championship game, the Owls were ranked No. 23 in the AP Poll and No. 24 in the Coaches and final College Football Playoff rankings.

History[edit] Early history[edit] Temple began playing organized football in 1894, a decade after the school was founded. Physical education instructor and basketball coach Charles M. Williams organized an 11-man squad that won their first game against Philadelphia Dental College. [3] For its first few years, the football team played small schools and there are few records of its games. The Owls’ modern era began in 1925. That was the year that Henry J. “Heinie” Miller was hired as head coach, and for a time, the Owls were a regional power. In the 1927 season, after wildly mismatched victories over Blue Ridge College (110–0), [4] Juniata (58–0), Gallaudet (62–0) and Washington College (75–0), Temple seemed to upgrade its schedule.

Owl, Stella (live mascot)Marching bandTemple University Diamond Marching BandOutfitterNike[2]Websiteowlsports. com The Temple Owls football team represents Temple University in the sport of college football. The Temple Owls compete in the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision as a member of the American Athletic Conference (The American). They play their home games at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Owls were a football-only member of the Big East Conference from 1991 until 2004.

[17] In Rhule’s first season as head coach, Temple struggled and won just two games. Despite the record, however, Rhule and his staff assembled the No. 2 recruiting class in the American Athletic Conference for the Class of 2014. [18] During Rhule’s second year as head coach, Temple showed considerable improvement over its previous season record. Temple defeated Vanderbilt University, 37–7, in its opening game for the program’s first win over an SEC opponent since 1938.

Their only loss that season came from Dartmouth, and a 44-year long rivalry with Bucknell College began with Temple posting a 19–13 victory. To start the 1928 season, the Owls moved to Temple Stadium, and won its first six home games in shutouts. Miller coached eight seasons and compiled a 50–15–8 record, with two notable victories over growing regional football power Penn State. Pop Warner era (1934–1938)[edit] Coach Glenn “Pop” Warner giving a chalk talk to his team in 1937 Following Miller’s departure in 1933, the Owls made a national splash with the hiring of their next coach, the legendary Glenn “Pop” Warner.

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21 Memphis and UConn. Finishing 10–2 in the regular season for only the second time in school history, the Owls clinched a berth in the inaugural AAC Championship vs the Houston Cougars, where they lost 24–13. They ended the season with a 32–17 loss against the Toledo Rockets in the Boca Raton Bowl. Rhule led the Owls’ 2016 campaign to a 10–3 overall (7–1 AAC) record and another AAC East title, becoming the first team in league history to repeat as division champions. In the 2016 American Athletic Conference Football Championship Game, the Owls beat the No.

13 after a 41–14 win over the Bucknell Bison. As of 2015, this was their highest AP ranking ever. They fell out of the AP poll after week 5. The Owls would not return to the AP poll until 1974, when they were ranked No. 19 for one week. [51] During the 1979 season, Temple entered the AP poll at No. 18 after week 10 following a home win against the Akron Zips. [52] They fell out of the poll the next week but returned after week 13, and finished the season ranked No. 17 in both the Coaches and AP polls. [53] During the 2009 season, Temple received votes in the AP poll for four weeks and the Coaches poll for two, but did not reach the top 25 in either poll. They received votes in the AP poll for four weeks and the Coaches poll for eight during the 2010 season, including the preseason, but remained unranked. [54] During the 2011 season, the Owls received votes in the Coaches poll for three weeks and received votes for the 2014 season preseason for the same poll.

This marked the second straight year that the Owls were ranked in the final CFP rankings, at No. 24 in both 2015 and 2016. Future non-conference opponents[edit] Announced schedules as of January 23, 2021. [56] 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 at Duke Akron at Oklahoma at UMass Rhode Island at Penn State Lafayette at Rutgers Coastal Carolina Oklahoma vs Penn State at UConn Rutgers Norfolk State at Georgia Tech at Coastal Carolina UMass UConn Miami (FL) References[edit] ^ “Temple University Logo Usage Guide” (PDF).

The Owls also set an American Athletic Conference record for sacks in a game by recording 10 against highly touted NFL prospect Christian Hackenberg. [22] One of the 10 sacks came on a two-man rush against Penn State’s offensive line and was featured on ESPN’s “Not Top 10. “[23] The Owls followed up their historic win by going on the road and knocking off American Athletic Conference preseason favorite Cincinnati 34–26.

Warner had spent the previous 19 years at Pittsburgh and Stanford, winning three national championships. He ended his career at Temple, going 31–18–2 in six seasons. In 1934, the Owls went 7–0–2 in the regular season and were invited to play in the inaugural Sugar Bowl on New Year’s Day, 1935, where they lost to undefeated Tulane, 20–14.

[55] Temple finally gained poll exposure during the breakthrough 2015 season. the Owls were ranked for six out of 14 weeks in the AP & Coaches polls, and received votes during six other weeks. Those weeks were the university’s first national rankings since 1979. Also in 2015, Temple was ranked in the College Football Playoff rankings, marking the first time any Pennsylvania collegiate team was ranked by the College Football Playoff selection committee. The Owls were ranked No. 22 in consecutive weeks during which their record was 7–1 and 8–1.

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In the polls[edit] Temple first entered the AP poll in 1936, its first year of existence, at No. 19 after week 4. It dropped to No. 20 the subsequent week, and fell out of the poll after week 6. [50] In 1941, Temple was again ranked in the AP poll for two weeks; No. 17 after week 2 following a 14–0 win against Penn State (their last win against the Nittany Lions for 74 years), and No.

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466 2 John T. Rogers 1899–1900 4–8–2. 357 3 Harry Shindle Wingert 1901–1905 13–9–2. 583 No team 1906 4 Horace Butterworth 1907 4–0–2. 833 5 Frank W. White 1908 3–2–1. 583 6 William J. Schatz 1909–1913 13–14–3. 483 7 William Nicolai 1914–1916 9–5–3. 618 8 Elwood Geiges 1917 0–6–1. 071 1918–1921 9 M. Francois D’Eliscu 1922–1923 1–9–1. 136 10 Albert Barron 1924 1–4. 200 11 Heinie Miller 1925–1932 50–15–8. 740 12 1933–1938 31–18–9. 612 13 Fred H. Swan 1939 2–7. 222 14 Ray Morrison 1940–1948 31–8–9. 740 15 Albert Kawal 1949–1954 17–19–2. 474 16 Josh Cody 1955 0–8. 000 17 Peter P. Stevens 1956–1959 4–28. 125 18 1960–1969 45–44–4. 505 19 1970–1982 73–49–3.

Temple won as many as three league games only once (1997: 3–8, 3–4 Big East) and went winless in league play six times. [11] Overall, they had a 14–80 record against Big East foes during their time in the conference. Berndt (11–33), Ron Dickerson (1993–97: 8–47) and Bobby Wallace (1998–2005: 19–71) were unable to halt the decline. Temple went 0–11 in Wallace’s final year. The Big East voted in February 2001 to expel Temple from the conference effective June 30, 2002. Conference officials said that since at least 1996, Temple had been out of compliance with Big East membership standards including competitiveness, attendance, and facilities. [12][13] On September 7, 2001, the Big East and Temple reached an agreement for Temple to remain through the 2004 season.

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