— Davis Brin threw two first-half touchdown passes as Tulsa rolled to a 27-0 lead and cruised to a 44-10 win over Temple on Saturday.
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- Ida pushes Temple-Rutgers opener to Saturday
- Temple QB Russo transferring to Michigan State
- Ex-Georgia starting QB Mathis heading to Temple
- Temple senior QB Russo enters transfer portal
— Holton Ahlers threw for three touchdowns, Keaton Mitchell rushed for 146 yards and two scores and East Carolina beat Temple 45-3 on Saturday.
— Mikey Keene threw a career-best five touchdown passes and UCF rolled to a 49-7 win over Temple on Saturday.
— Jaren Mangham ran for 152 yards on 26 carries and scored twice and South Florida beat Temple 34-14 on Saturday.
Appalachian State got things off to a wild start on Wednesday night, beating undefeated Coastal Carolina. Wake Forest put up 70 against Army. What other excitement did college football's Week 8 provide?
— Desmond Ridder threw for 259 yards and three touchdowns and No. 5 Cincinnati routed Temple 52-3 on Friday night for its 23rd straight home victory.
— D’Wan Mathis completed a school-record tying 35 passes for 322 yards and three touchdowns, including a 53-yarder to Amad Anderson Jr. with 2:35 left, and Temple rallied past Memphis 34-31 on Saturday.
— D'Wan Mathis threw for two touchdowns to Kadas Reams, Kyle Dobbins had three short touchdown runs and Temple rolled to a 41-7 win over FCS foe Wagner on Saturday.
— A whole lot of defense and a little bit of a pounding running game kept Boston College undefeated as its non-conference schedule winds down
— Justin Lynch threw two touchdown passes — including a 70-yarder to Randle Jones — and ran for a score and the Temple defense notched a pair of TD returns to power the Owls to a 45-24 victory over Akron in nonconference play on Saturday.
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— Greg Schiano ran his team out of the tunnel in front of a sellout crowd at SHI Stadium, like he’d done so many times before during his 13 years as the Rutgers coach.
The season-opening football game between Temple and Rutgers scheduled for Thursday night has been postponed until Saturday after the remnants of Hurricane Ida dumped historic rain over the northeastern U.S.