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ESPN College Game Day Arrives In Philadelphia.

I was an undergrad at Temple mid to late 70’s. We had a great Football team back then. Almost went to the Liberty Bowl if we would have beat Cincinnati one year. There was the Garden State Bowl in 1979. Two trips to Japan to play Grambling and Boston College. There wasn’t any cable or Internet back then. Times have definitely changed.

I would have been there on Market Street today. Whoot, Whoot!

Looks like Chip Kelly’s gameday play card made it, S8. These signs are a marketing genius. Hire Temple Grads.

Go Temple Owls Beat Notre Dame. I am a proud alumni.

Hinkie Traded This Sign For Draft Picks: Your Philadelphia College GameDay Sign Roundup

Hinkie Traded This Sign For Draft Picks: Your Philadelphia College GameDay Sign Roundup

Hinkie Traded This Sign For Draft Picks: Your Philadelphia College GameDay Sign Roundup

Hinkie Traded This Sign For Draft Picks: Your Philadelphia College GameDay Sign Roundup

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NFL Eagles, Temple Win, Chase Utley Never Left Philly.

Yes, it was a great weekend to be a Philly Sports Fan.

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NCAA, Temple University Football 59-0, Delaware State at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA.

My cousin Marjorie and I attended the blow-out game.  Broke the Temple record of most points score in one game.

Sunny, beautiful day for Temple Owls Football game.  The Alumni tent was full of festivities.

Temple secures largest win in school history, 59-0 over Delaware State

Temple uses huge 1st half to rout Delaware State

Delaware State Hornets vs. Temple Owls – Box Score

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ESPN strikes deal for College Football Playoff. The four-team playoff and the broadcast deal will begin after 2014 until January 2026, the network said in a statement.

ESPN President John Skipper said,

Because of college football’s widespread popularity and the incredible passion of its fans, few events are more meaningful than these games.  We are ecstatic at the opportunity to continue to crown a college football champion on ESPN’s outlets for years to come, the perfect finale to our year-round commitment to the sport.”

ESPN to Televise College Playoff

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NCAA to announce sanctions against Penn State,  NCAA President Mark Emmert comments.

“This is completely different from … anything else we’ve dealt with,” Mr. Emmert told PBS. “This is as systemic a cultural problem as it is a football problem.”

“Never seen anything as egregious as [Penn State’s situation] in terms of just overall conduct and behavior inside a university.”

“There have been people who said this wasn’t a football scandal,” Emmert said. “Well, it was more than a football scandal, much more than a football scandal. It was that but much more. And we’ll have to figure out exactly what the right penalties are. I don’t know that past precedent makes particularly good sense in this case, because it’s really an unprecedented problem.”

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