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November 17, 2015 | BY MIKE KERN, Daily News Staff Writer kernm@phillynews.com
TEMPLE COULD have won the American Athletic East Division Saturday night at South Florida. Instead the Owls (8-2, 5-1) lost for the second time in three weeks and dropped out of the Associated Press Top 25. This one wasn't like Notre Dame. They scored first, then gave up 31 of the next 34. The Bulls (6-4, 4-2), who generated 556 yards of offense, scored on plays covering 48, 57 and 68 yards. They had 326 on the ground, 230 from Marlon Mack (on 21 carries). In their first eight games the Owls allowed 126 points, with nobody getting more than 26 on them.
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September 19, 2015 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
Houston Dynamo defender Sheanon Williams isn't prescribing to the old theory that when he takes the field Sunday for A game as a Major League Soccer opponent at PPL Park, that it will be just another match. Williams, who joined the Union late in their inaugural season in 2010, was traded to the Dynamo on July 23. He had been in an out of the lineup, but since coming to Houston has only been in. Williams has started all eight games, seven at right back and one at left, and has never left the field.
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August 24, 2015 | By Frank Fitzpatrick, Inquirer Staff Writer
HOUSTON - He is 36 and a parent himself, so when, on his first day as a Los Angeles Dodger, Chase Utley was asked whether he was thrilled that his mother and father would now be able to see him play more often, it sounded somewhat silly. But, as Utley likes to say, that's baseball. In his sport, it's often difficult to separate the child from the adult. Fittingly, it was the affection a young Utley still felt for his hometown team that, after weeks of discussions involving other West Coast contenders, led to the waiver deal that sent the six-time Phillies all-star to the Dodgers last week.
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May 29, 2015 | By Sam Donnellon, Daily News Sports Columnist
BALTIMORE - The Houston Astros have planned a 10-year celebration of their pennant-winning team later this summer and new manager A.J. Hinch can't wait. Not because he wants to see the wide-gaped faces of his young nucleus as they shake hands with Bagwell, Biggio, Clemens and the other Hall-of-Fame-caliber veteran talent that propelled that wild-card team. Because he wants to see what they do to current teammate Chad Qualls after he takes his place among all those graybeards.
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March 10, 2015 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Inquirer Staff Writer
  Herbert Arnold Houston, 92, of Kennett Square, a high school science teacher, died Thursday, Feb. 26, of complications from Alzheimer's disease at his home in Kendal-Crosslands, a retirement community. Nicknamed "Doc," Mr. Houston was named for Dr. Herbert Arnold, the Philadelphia physician who delivered him in 1922. After graduating from high school, Mr. Houston fought in World War II as an Army Air Force bombardier and navigator in the European Theater. He flew B-17s from a base in Italy.
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February 28, 2015 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
Trailing by 34-29 at halftime to a last-place team might not have forced Temple into desperate measures, but the Owls did make a game-altering change that keeps their NCAA hopes very much alive. Owls coach Fran Dunphy used four guards to begin the second half, and the move was the difference in Thursday's 66-54 win over Houston in an American Athletic Conference game before 7,023 at the Liacouras Center. Temple is now 20-9 overall and 11-5 in the AAC. It is the seventh 20-win season in Dunphy's nine years at Temple.
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February 27, 2015 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
When: Thursday, 7 p.m. Where: Liacouras Center Records: Houston (9-17, 1-13 American Athletic Conference); Temple (19-9, 10-5). TV/Radio: CBS Sports Network, WPHT-1210 AM. Coaches: Houston, Kelvin Sampson (1st season, 9-17); Temple, Fran Dunphy (9th season, 186-106). Last time out: Houston lost 63-57 at home to Cincinnati on Saturday. Temple lost at Tulsa on Sunday, 55-39. Last meeting between the two teams: Houston won 89-79 on March 1, 2014 at Temple.
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February 27, 2015
AT HALFTIME last night, Temple had 29 points and trailed by five to Houston. A modest point total, for sure, and certainly not an intimidating deficit, particularly at home, and particularly to a team that had blown halftime leads in its previous three games. But the Owls had flames in their own rearview mirror, an ugly 55-39 loss to Tulsa on Sunday, a defeat that underlined how and why a 20-victory team that has positioned itself for a bye in the upcoming American Athletic Conference Tournament could still be sweating a bid to the NCAA Tournament this late in the season.
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February 27, 2015 | BY MIKE KERN, Daily News Staff Writer kernm@phillynews.com
ON WEDNESDAY, Fran Dunphy said his Temple team could lose to anybody. For a while last night at the Liacouras Center, the Owls tried to prove him right. Coming off back-to-back road losses at SMU and Tulsa, the top two teams in the American Athetlic Conference, Temple hosted a Houston team that had won twice since December. And only once in the AAC. That was by two points. Neither was on the road. Yet for the fourth straight game, and seventh time in eight, the Cougars led at the half.
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February 16, 2015 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Five players scored in double figures to help the Temple women top Houston, 72-60, on Saturday at the Liacouras Center. Alliya Butts paced the Owls (12-14, 8-5 American Athletic Conference) with 22 points. The freshman added a career-high six assists and pulled down three rebounds against the Cougars (6-19, 1-13). Penn 83, Brown 72 - Hot shooting during a blizzard in Providence, R.I., gave the Quakers a fifth win in their last six Ivy League games. Penn improved to 14-7 overall and 5-2 at the midway point of the Ivy schedule.
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