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September 2, 2009 | Daily News Staff Report
Temple named its six captains yesterday - three on offense, three on defense - as voted by the players. Senior tight end Steve Maneri, senior offensive tackle Devin Tyler and junior quarterback Vaughn Charlton were chosen on offense. Senior nose tackle Andre Neblett, senior linebacker Alex Joseph and senior safety Dominique Harris represent the defense. Temple opens its season tomorrow against Villanova in the inaugural Mayor's Cup at Lincoln Financial Field.
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April 26, 2010
No players from Temple were selected in the 3-day NFL draft, but five Owls already have signed free-agent contracts. Defensive back Dominique Harris (Buffalo), tight end Steve Maneri (Houston), linebacker Alex Joseph (Green Bay), offensive tackle Devin Tyler (Arizona) and nose tackle Andre Neblett (Carolina) will all get their chance to make it at the next level. Last season, there were four former Owls on NFL rosters: defensive lineman Raheem Brock (Indianapolis), defensive tackle Antwon Burton (Carolina)
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January 19, 2006 | By Kevin Tatum INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Temple football coach Al Golden has received three more oral commitments as he puts together his all-important first recruiting class. The national signing day is Feb. 1, and there are now 15 players who that day are expected to make official their decisions to join the Owls. When Golden took the job, he said he had 23 scholarships available. The latest players to cast their lots with Temple are third-team all-state linebacker Andre Neblett of Rahway High (N.J.), tight end Steve Maneri of Saddle Brook High (N.J.
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April 20, 2008 | By Kevin Tatum INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Lined up near the right sideline yesterday, Temple wide receiver Bruce Francis knew the play was good for six points. Seconds later, the Owls' main deep threat was catching a 75-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Vaughn Charlton. It was the biggest play of the afternoon as Temple concluded its spring drills with the annual Cherry and White game. The play helped the Cherry defeat the White, 21-6. "It was a post, but you're not going to run a post with a deep safety in the middle, so we converted it to a streak," said Francis, who stayed to the outside on the pattern, "We had an inside guy running a post to hold that safety.
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April 17, 2010 | By Kevin Tatum INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Temple football team will hold its annual Cherry and White scrimmage Saturday at Edberg Olson. The end of spring drills for the Owls comes Thursday. This year, the format for the spring game will be offense against defense. With a few minor injuries cutting into Temple's depth on the offensive line, coach Al Golden and his staff scrapped the idea of having a split-squad competition. They will still keep score, however. Temple, which returns 16 starters among 56 letter winners, finished 9-4 last fall.
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April 19, 2010 | By Kevin Tatum INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
After growing with the Temple football team as it went from a one-win season to the school's first bowl appearance in 30 years last season, five former Owls are hoping to parlay their success into a spot on an NFL roster. With the league's draft being held Thursday through Saturday, none of the Owls is certain to be picked, but the hopefuls are safety Dominique Harris (6-foot-3, 215 pounds), linebacker Alex Joseph (6-2, 235), tight end Steve Maneri (6-6, 275), defensive tackle Andre Neblett (6-2, 300)
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April 22, 2007 | By Kevin Tatum INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The first possession of Temple's Cherry and White Day football game yesterday was impressive and ended in a field goal. When the final horn sounded, the sides were in a scrum for a loose football. Between the beginning and the end, the Owls offered a little something for everybody as the White squad defeated the Cherry, 17-14, in front of a couple hundred fans or so at the Ambler Sports Complex. "With the competitiveness that we had, it was great for our program," said defensive end Philip Simpson, who played for White.
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November 2, 2008 | By Kevin Tatum INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Temple appeared to be on its way to a well-played win yesterday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. But that was before the Midshipmen overcame a 20-point fourth-quarter deficit and left the Owls wondering how things could go so wrong so fast in a 33-27 loss in overtime. Navy came up with the decisive points on a 1-yard run by quarterback Ricky Dobbs after Temple went for a score during the extra session from the 1-yard line. A pass from quarterback Adam DiMichele to tight end Steve Maneri was incomplete.
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August 31, 2008 | By Kevin Tatum INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
When a tipped pass from Temple quarterback Adam DiMichele was intercepted on his team's first possession against Army on Friday, it could have been the kind of bad break that past Owls' teams never could overcome. On this day at Michie Stadium, though, the play became just a footnote in the Owls' 35-7 victory. Temple recovered by forcing three first-half turnovers that helped it score two touchdowns, and the Black Knights were out of it by halftime in the opener for both teams.
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October 12, 2008 | By Drew Ellis FOR THE INQUIRER
The learning curve for Temple quarterback Chester Stewart just got a little steeper. The redshirt freshman, making his third start for the Owls, threw three interceptions as Temple lost to Central Michigan, 24-14, yesterday at Kelly/Shorts Stadium. He had 163 yards through the air on 15-of-32 passing "Those three interceptions were killers, because we gave Central Michigan a short field," Temple coach Al Golden said. "Overall, Chester was doing well, and then he panicked a couple of times and made some throws out there that I think he would like back.
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April 26, 2010
No players from Temple were selected in the 3-day NFL draft, but five Owls already have signed free-agent contracts. Defensive back Dominique Harris (Buffalo), tight end Steve Maneri (Houston), linebacker Alex Joseph (Green Bay), offensive tackle Devin Tyler (Arizona) and nose tackle Andre Neblett (Carolina) will all get their chance to make it at the next level. Last season, there were four former Owls on NFL rosters: defensive lineman Raheem Brock (Indianapolis), defensive tackle Antwon Burton (Carolina)
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April 19, 2010 | By Kevin Tatum INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
After growing with the Temple football team as it went from a one-win season to the school's first bowl appearance in 30 years last season, five former Owls are hoping to parlay their success into a spot on an NFL roster. With the league's draft being held Thursday through Saturday, none of the Owls is certain to be picked, but the hopefuls are safety Dominique Harris (6-foot-3, 215 pounds), linebacker Alex Joseph (6-2, 235), tight end Steve Maneri (6-6, 275), defensive tackle Andre Neblett (6-2, 300)
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April 17, 2010 | By Kevin Tatum INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Temple football team will hold its annual Cherry and White scrimmage Saturday at Edberg Olson. The end of spring drills for the Owls comes Thursday. This year, the format for the spring game will be offense against defense. With a few minor injuries cutting into Temple's depth on the offensive line, coach Al Golden and his staff scrapped the idea of having a split-squad competition. They will still keep score, however. Temple, which returns 16 starters among 56 letter winners, finished 9-4 last fall.
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December 30, 2009 | By Kevin Tatum INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Vaughn Charlton said he didn't see him. Backed up at his own 2-yard line, the Temple quarterback threw what was supposed to be a screen pass. But seemingly out of nowhere appeared UCLA linebacker Akeem Ayers, who picked off Charlton's pass and stepped into the end zone with 6 minutes, 1 second to play. It was the go-ahead score in what turned out to be a 30-21 victory for the Bruins last evening in the EagleBank Bowl in front of 23,072 fans at RFK Stadium. "I was trying to get pressure on the quarterback, and as soon as I took off, I slipped," said Ayers, a 6-foot-4, 252-pound sophomore.
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December 27, 2009 | By Kevin Tatum, Inquirer Staff Writer
WASHINGTON - UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel said yesterday that he had watched a couple of bowl games in which the teams appeared to be disinterested. That won't be the case Tuesday in the EagleBank Bowl at RFK Stadium, where Neuheisel's Bruins will face Al Golden's Temple Owls. "This is one bowl game where both teams are dying to play," Neuheisel said. "We are rebuilding and trying to climb back to being part of the national scene. And from watching the film, we understand we're in for a great game, and we understand that we'll have to give our best effort.
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November 27, 2009 | By Kevin Tatum INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Temple's football team is riding a nine-game winning streak, the longest single-season victory run in school history. And in his fourth year as head coach, Al Golden has secured the program's first winning season since 1990. Now, it's about the finish for Owls tight end Steve Maneri and his teammates. Temple, 9-2 overall, has sole possession of first place in the Mid-American Conference East Division with a 7-0 record. But to win the East, the Owls must beat their final regular-season foe, Ohio University, on the road at 11 a.m. today at Peden Stadium.
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November 25, 2009 | By MIKE KERN, kernm@phillynews.com
Satisfied? The Temple football team? Just because the Owls (9-2, 7-0 Mid-American Conference) are taking a nine-game winning streak to Ohio University (8-3, 6-1) on Friday morning (ESPNU, 11) to see who will win the conference's East Division and play in next week's title game? "I'm unsatisfied," said coach Al Golden, who inherited a winless team 4 years ago that had just been asked to leave the Big East for a non-BCS affiliate and has taken it from one victory to four, five and now this.
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October 24, 2009 | By Kevin Tatum INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Halfway through its schedule and tied for first place in the Mid-American Conference East Division, Temple will visit Toledo tonight for a game that promises to test the Owls in several ways. Temple goes in with a 4-2 record that includes a 3-0 league mark. Toledo, a MAC West Division team, is 4-3 and 2-1. "They'll probably be the toughest team we've played since Penn State," said Temple tight end Steve Maneri, who scored the fourth-quarter go-ahead touchdown in the Owls' 27-13 win over visiting Army last Saturday.
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October 18, 2009 | By Kevin Tatum INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
When Army quarterback Trent Steelman arched a pass into the right corner of the end zone late in the third quarter yesterday, the Temple Owls had a fight on their hands. Alejandro Villanueva, a 6-foot-10, 283-pound wide receiver, caught the 4-yard lob with a little more than four minutes to go in the quarter. The play, defended by 6-0 Kevin Kroboth, knotted the score, 13-13. Temple needed the fourth-quarter heroics of its defense and a go-ahead touchdown reception by tight end Steve Maneri to record a 27-13 nonleague win in front of a homecoming crowd of 14,275 at Lincoln Financial Field.
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September 2, 2009 | Daily News Staff Report
Temple named its six captains yesterday - three on offense, three on defense - as voted by the players. Senior tight end Steve Maneri, senior offensive tackle Devin Tyler and junior quarterback Vaughn Charlton were chosen on offense. Senior nose tackle Andre Neblett, senior linebacker Alex Joseph and senior safety Dominique Harris represent the defense. Temple opens its season tomorrow against Villanova in the inaugural Mayor's Cup at Lincoln Financial Field.
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