December 8, 2012 |
Temple defensive coordinator Chuck Heater interviewed Friday for the Owls' head coaching position, according to a website report. A source with knowledge of the situation confirmed the report by OwlScoop.com. The Owls are seeking a replacement for Steve Addazio, who left Tuesday to take the coaching job at Boston College. However, there are reports that Heater could join former Owls offensive coordinator Ryan Day on Addazio's staff at BC. Day was named the Eagles' offensive coordinator on Wednesday.
February 1, 2011
Temple University has made it official. Head football coach Steve Addazio announced yesterday that Chuck Heater, former co-defensive coordinator at the University of Florida, has been named the defensive coordinator at Temple.
January 13, 2011
Several sources have confirmed that former Florida defensive coordinator Chuck Heater will assume the same position at Temple for new coach Steve Addazio, the former Florida offensive coordinator. The two were both at last night's Owl basketball game at the Liacouras Center against St. Bonaventure. Heater, who shared the defensive coordinator duties at Florida with Teryl Austin last season, arrived at Florida in 2005 as a recruiting coordinator/cornerbacks coach. In 2008-09, he was assistant defensive coordinator.
January 16, 2013 |
TEMPLE'S new football coach, Matt Rhule, has hired a defensive coordinator. Phil Snow comes to North Broad Street after three seasons holding the same positon at Eastern Michigan. Both were on the UCLA staff in 2001. "I could not have wanted to bring any coach [here with me] more than Phil Snow," Rhule said in a statement. Snow - who was an assistant coach with the Detroit Lions in 2005-08 and has also been a DC at Boise State, Arizona State, UCLA and Washington - replaces Chuck Heater, who is leaving for the same position at Marshall.
February 1, 2011 |
Temple football coach Steve Addazio, who took over the Owls in December after serving as the offensive coordinator at Florida last season, has reached back to bring in former Gators colleague Chuck Heater as the Owls' defensive coordinator. The well-respected Heater, who in 35 years has also spent time at Colorado, Northern Arizona, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Toledo, Utah, Washington, and Wisconsin, was the co-defensive coordinator at Florida last season. "We're very fortunate to have Chuck Heater join our football family," Addazio said in a statement.
October 1, 2011
When: Saturday at noon, Lincoln Financial Field. TV/Radio: 6ABC; WIP-AM (610). Records: Toledo, 1-3, 0-0 Mid-American Conference; Temple, 3-1, 1-0. Coaches: Toledo, Tim Beckman (third season, 14-15); Temple, Steve Addazio (first season, 3-1). Series: The Rockets lead, 6-3. However, Temple snapped a four-game losing streak against Toledo with a 40-24 win Oct. 24, 2009, the teams' last meeting. Betting line: Temple by 8 WHAT TO WATCH Will Owls running back Bernard Pierce break the school's career rushing touchdown record?
December 14, 2012 |
Miami defensive coordinator Mark D'Onofrio and New York Giants assistant Matt Rhule are the finalists for Temple's head coaching job, several sources have confirmed. Rhule was scheduled to interview Thursday night with incoming Temple president Neal D. Theobald, according to a report on Owlscoop.com. D'Onofrio will meet with Theobald on Friday. The Owls are seeking a replacement for Steve Addazio, who left Dec. 4 for Boston College. D'Onofrio and Rhule coached together at Temple from 2006 to '10 under former Owls coach Al Golden.
December 9, 2012 |
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - New York Giants assistant coach Matt Rhule interviewed Saturday for Temple's head coaching position, according to multiple sources. The Owls are seeking a replacement for Steve Addazio, who left Tuesday to take the coaching job at Boston College. Temple athletic director Bill Bradshaw would not confirm or deny that he interviewed Rhule before the Owls basketball game with Duke. "A lot of the candidates we talked to and who we will talk to have asked us not to" comment, Bradshaw said.
December 13, 2012 |
CONVENTIONAL wisdom would suggest that Temple athletic director Bill Bradshaw should be introducing his new football coach soon, perhaps as early as Wednesday or Thursday. The last time he had to do this, 2 years ago, it took 8 days. Steve Addazio left last Tuesday after two seasons to go to Boston College. Mark D'Onofrio, who was the defensive coordinator on North Broad Street for Addazio's predecessor, Al Golden, interviewed for the opening Tuesday. Sources familiar with the situation believe that he's the last person who'll be interviewed.