"Originally, the bubble was good," Addazio said. "And it may still be a bubble. But in September, if you get a week of rain, where do you go? It's not up yet."
A permanent indoor practice structure could also be used by the men's and women's soccer teams.
"That's just one more step for us," Addazio said. "What do we lack? We don't really lack anything right now. We are a major player in this marketplace now. We just have to continue to grow and win, because winning breeds this stuff."
Temple's already doing a $10 million expansion and renovations to Edberg-Olson Hall. Those improvements are scheduled to be completed in July.
But right now, the construction of a permanent indoor football practice facility is a discussion, not a certainty.
"I'm talking about it like it's up within a year and a half," Addazio said. "Not up in seven [years]."
The Owls had their first of four one-day summer camps Saturday. Mainland High School's junior placekicker, Jim Cooper Jr., who's father kicked at Temple, was among the headliners.
Cooper's 24 career field goals are six shy of the South Jersey record held by former Lenape standout Rob Juliano.
There was a thought that Montel Harris would transfer to Temple after his dismissal from Boston College's football team in May.
The running back, who recently graduated from B.C., has one season of eligibility remaining. The Eagles' all-time leading rusher can play anywhere he likes immediately, assuming he takes graduate courses not offered at B.C.
Addazio was asked if he has added Harris or any other potential transfers to the roster.
"Not right now," he said.
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