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Team
Temple Football

Current league
NCAA D-I FBS
MAC
East Division

Current venue
Lincoln Financial Field

College or University
Temple University

Head Coach
Al Golden

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Updated athletic career information for George DeLeone
Added George DeLeone to the 2008 Miami Dolphins team roster.
  • Set role to Tight Ends Coach.
Added George DeLeone to the 2009 Miami Dolphins team roster.
  • Set role to Tight Ends Coach.
Added George DeLeone to the 2010 Miami Dolphins team roster.
  • Set role to Tight Ends Coach.
Added George DeLeone to the 2011 Connecticut Huskies Football team roster.
  • Set role to Offensive Coordinator.
  • Set role to Tight Ends Coach.
Added George DeLeone to the 2006 Temple Owls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Offensive Coordinator.
  • Set role to Quarterbacks Coach.
Added George DeLeone to the 2007 Temple Owls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Offensive Coordinator.
  • Set role to Offensive Line Coach.
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by maddog48 Nov 04, 2013
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Updated athletic career information for Satyen Bhakta
Added Satyen Bhakta to the 2009 Susquehanna Crusaders Football team roster.
  • Set role to Defensive Line Coach.
Added Satyen Bhakta to the 2010 Susquehanna Crusaders Football team roster.
  • Set role to Defensive Line Coach.
Added Satyen Bhakta to the 2001 Temple Owls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Quarterback.
Added Satyen Bhakta to the 2002 Temple Owls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Quarterback.
Added Satyen Bhakta to the 2003 Temple Owls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Quarterback.
Added Satyen Bhakta to the 2004 Temple Owls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Quarterback.
Added Satyen Bhakta to the 2006 Temple Owls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Defensive Line Coach.
Added Satyen Bhakta to the 2007 Temple Owls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Defensive Line Coach.
Added Satyen Bhakta to the 2008 Temple Owls Football team roster.
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by maddog48 Feb 21, 2012
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Charles Smith Updated athletic career information for Charles Smith
Added Charles Smith to the 2006 Temple Owls Football team roster.
  • Set uniform number to 78.
  • Set role to Offensive Line.
by allswac72 Feb 09, 2011
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bob_bicknell.jpg Updated personal notes for Bob Bicknell
Edited the personal notes for Bob Bicknell.
by Andy26399 Dec 30, 2010
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1080397.jpeg Updated personal notes for Jack Bicknell III
Edited the personal notes for Jack Bicknell III.
by Andy26399 Dec 30, 2010
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by lhawley3283 Dec 17, 2010
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6057030.jpg Updated athletic career information for Paul S. Williams
Added Paul S. Williams to the 2011 Miami Hurricanes Football team roster.
  • Set role to Secondary Coach.
Added Paul S. Williams to the 2005 Western Michigan Broncos Football team roster.
  • Set role to Secondary Coach.
Added Paul S. Williams to the 2006 Western Michigan Broncos Football team roster.
  • Set role to Secondary Coach.
Added Paul S. Williams to the 1999 Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens Football team roster.
  • Set role to Wide Receivers Coach.
  • Set role to Special Teams Coach.
Added Paul S. Williams to the 2000 Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens Football team roster.
  • Set role to Wide Receivers Coach.
  • Set role to Special Teams Coach.
Added Paul S. Williams to the 2001 Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens Football team roster.
  • Set role to Secondary Coach.
  • Set role to Special Teams Coach.
Added Paul S. Williams to the 2002 Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens Football team roster.
  • Set role to Secondary Coach.
  • Set role to Special Teams Coach.
Added Paul S. Williams to the 2003 Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens Football team roster.
  • Set role to Secondary Coach.
  • Set role to Special Teams Coach.
Added Paul S. Williams to the 2004 Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens Football team roster.
  • Set role to Secondary Coach.
  • Set role to Special Teams Coach.
Added Paul S. Williams to the 1997 Pennsylvania Quakers Football team roster.
  • Set role to Secondary Coach.
  • Set role to Special Teams Coach.
Added Paul S. Williams to the 1998 Pennsylvania Quakers Football team roster.
  • Set role to Secondary Coach.
  • Set role to Special Teams Coach.
Added Paul S. Williams to the 1996 Lafayette Leopards Football team roster.
  • Set role to Defensive Line Coach.
Added Paul S. Williams to the 2006 Temple Owls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Secondary Coach.
Added Paul S. Williams to the 2007 Temple Owls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Secondary Coach.
Added Paul S. Williams to the 2008 Temple Owls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Secondary Coach.
Edited the career summary for Paul S. Williams.
  • Added player career summary for Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens Football:
    "Williams recorded 189 tackles, 27 pass breakups and 10 interceptions for the Blue Hens. He set an NCAA I-AA playoff record with a 100-yard interception return against Hofstra in 1995. "
  • Added coach career summary for Western Michigan Broncos Football:
    "In 2005, the defensive backfield at Western Michigan was comprised of four freshmen, a sophomore and one junior. Despite the inexperience, the Broncos ranked among the Mid-American Conference's best with 15 interceptions and 24 broken-up passes. Safety Louis Delmas was named a Freshman All-American by CollegeFootballNews.com, as the team posted a 7-4 record, marking one of the biggest turnarounds in college football. "
  • Added coach career summary for Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens Football:
    "In 2003, he helped the Blue Hens to a 15-1 record and an NCAA Division I-AA National Championship. Numerous players under Williams' direction not only earned Atlantic 10, but national honors as Delaware captured league titles three times in his tenure. Sidney Haugabrook was a four-time all-conference honoree and was named a first-team AFCA and Walter Camp All-American as a senior in 2004. Defensive backs Mike Adams and Ricardo Walker; placekickers Brad Shushman and Scott Collins; return specialist Brett Veach; as well as punters Ryan Bleiler and Chris Steiner were all named to all-league teams under Williams. Adams, who enters his fifth NFL season in 2008, is in his second season as a free safety for the Cleveland Browns following three seasons with the San Francisco 49ers. "
  • Added coach career summary for Temple Owls Football:
    "Williams' defensive backs helped lead Temple to a successful 2010 campaign, finishing 8-4 and 5-3 in the MAC. Standout defensive back Jaiquawn Jarrett garnered All-MAC First Team honors for the second year in a row, headlining a group of four defensive players earning All-conference accolades. In 2009, Williams had a plethora of defensive backs, helping TU win a single-season record nine consecutive games en route to a 9-3 overall record and first-place tie in the MAC East. A school record eight defensive players were named All-MAC, including two defensive backs. Jarrett garnered first-team honors, while senior captain Dominique Harris was a third-team honoree. In 2008, the Owl defense helped Temple to the team's most wins most since 1990 and a second-place finish in the MAC East. Facing five opponents that went on to postseason play, the Owls persevered to new heights. During its inaugural season of Mid-American Conference play in 2007, Temple defense reached new heights. TU led the MAC in five defensive statistical categories, including red zone defense which also ranked first nationally. Williams saw DB Dominique Harris earn All-MAC honors as a sophomore in 2007. "
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by lhawley3283 Dec 17, 2010
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Mark D'Onofrio.jpg Updated external links for Mark D'Onofrio
Created an external link called "Mark D'Onofrio on Wikipedia" for Mark D'Onofrio.
  • Set title to "Mark D'Onofrio on Wikipedia".
  • Set URL to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_D'Onofrio.
by lhawley3283 Dec 13, 2010
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AL GOLDEN.jpg Updated athletic career information for Al Golden
Added Al Golden to the 1987 Penn State Nittany Lions Football team roster.
  • Set role to Tight End.
Added Al Golden to the 1988 Penn State Nittany Lions Football team roster.
  • Set role to Tight End.
Edited the career summary for Al Golden.
  • Added coach career summary for Temple Owls Football:
    "Completing his fourth season, Golden guided the Owls to new heights in 2009. Temple recorded its first winning season since 1990 and made its first bowl appearance in 30 years. The Owls’ bowl game was just the third in 111 years of Temple football. Temple finished the season at 9-4 overall, tying for first place in the Mid-American Conference East Division with a 7-1 mark. The MAC East championship was the Owls’ best conference finish since joining the league in 2003. TU won a single-season record nine consecutive games. Named the 2009 MAC Coach of the Year and the Maxwell Club’s Tri-State Coach of the Year, Golden also saw an unprecedented 15 Owls earn All-MAC honors, including a school record eight first-team All-MAC honorees. All-American Bernard Pierce was named the MAC Freshman of the Year, while sophomore Adrian Robinson garnered MAC Defensive Player of the Year accolades. The Owls also received recognition for their community service efforts. In 2009, the Temple team was awarded the Robert P. Levy Community Service Award, presented by the Philadelphia Sports Congress, and the Athletic Department’s inaugural T.E.A.M. [Temple's Exceptional Acts for Mankind] Award for community service. Off the field, Golden has mentored the Owls through the greatest academic turnaround in the NCAA APR Reform Era. In his third season, Golden guided the Owls to a 5-7 mark, the team's most wins most since 1990, and a second-place finish in the MAC East. Facing five opponents that went on to postseason play, the Owls persevered to new heights, despite losing three games on the very last play of the game. In 2008, Golden saw five Owls earn All-MAC honors, including senior DT Terrance Knighton, Temple's first First-Team selection. Temple showed significant improvement on special teams, leading the nation in kickoff returns. The Owls out-scored their opponents for the season for the first time since 1990. During his second season in 2007, Golden once again played the nation's most true freshmen (20) and started the nation's most true freshmen (12). He led the Owls to a 4-8 overall record and a 4-4 mark during their inaugural season in the Mid-American Conference. Along the way, TU won three consecutive games. The fourth win tied Temple's mark for the most conference wins since 1967. Led by All-MAC players DT Andre Neblett and DB Dominique Harris, the Cherry & White defense led the MAC in total defense, red zone defense, and pass defense. The Owls' red zone defense ranked first nationally. In his first campaign in Owl Country, Golden played 22 true freshmen, the most in the nation, against the third most difficult schedule in the country. Only national champion Florida (10) and Stanford (9) played more bowl participants during the regular season than the Owls, who competed against eight teams that earned postseason berths. Thirty-eight players saw their first major college football action under Golden in 2006, including 27 freshmen. Golden captured his first victory at the helm when the Owls defeated Bowling Green, 28- 14, at Lincoln Financial Field on Oct. 28, 2006. The win was the largest accomplishment for the Owls on the field, but a multitude of goals were achieved off the field during Golden's initial campaign. Temple unveiled the most comprehensive academic support team in the Mid-American Conference and teamed with Adidas as the team's official outfitter. The program was also successful in assembling a regional, nonconference schedule for years to come. Recruiting has also been a tremendous success under Golden's leadership. His initial signing class in 2006 was rated best in the MAC by CollegeFootballNews.com, while the 2007 and 2008 classes earned top honors in the league from Scout.com. With a commitment to community service and academics at the core of Golden's program, a multitude of individual honors were bestowed upon the Owls in 2006. Seven student-athletes were named to the 2006 Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Football team, providing Temple the most honorees of the 10 Delaware Valley institutions that sponsor football. Three players were named to the 2006 Eastern College Athletic Conference Division I-A Football All Star Team, marking the most for the Owls on the ECAC squad since a trio also earned recognition in 1997. In addition, three football student-athletes were named honorable mention freshman All-Americans by The Sporting News. It signaled the largest number of rookies to receive national recognition in program history. "
  • Added player career summary for Penn State Nittany Lions Football:
    "Golden was a three-year (1989-91) letterwinner and two-year starter at tight end for Penn State, where he received the 1991 Ridge Riley Award, given annually to a player who displays excellence in scholarship, sportsmanship, friendship and leadership. As a junior in 1990, Golden played a key role in Penn State's nationally-televised 24-21 upset of No. 1-ranked Notre Dame at South Bend. His touchdown reception late in the fourth quarter tied the score at 21 as Penn State rallied from a 21-7 deficit. Golden captained the Nittany Lions his senior year and helped lead them to a 42-17 win over Tennessee in the 1992 Fiesta Bowl. Following that victory, Penn State finished with an 11-2 record and ranked third in the nation in the final 1991 AP poll. "
  • Added coach career summary for Boston College Eagles Football:
    "While at BC, Golden coached All-Big East and NFL linebackers Frank Chamberlin (Tennessee Titans) and Erik Storz (Jacksonville Jaguars). The Eagles finished the 1999 regular season with an 8-3 record and a top-25 national ranking, while making their first postseason bowl appearance since 1994."
  • Added coach career summary for Virginia Cavaliers Football:
    "He helped develop All- ACC linebackers James Farrior and Jamie Sharper, both of whom were chosen in the 1997 NFL draft. Farrior was a first-round pick (#8) by the New York Jets, while Sharper was a second-round selection (#34) by the Baltimore Ravens. From 2001 to 2004, the Cavaliers' defense improved under his tutelage, ranking 108th in total defense in his first year to ranking 18th in total defense in 2004. In the same time period, Virginia's scoring defense went from 74th in the nation (27.6 ppg) to 17th (17.7 ppg) utilizing Golden's 3-4 scheme. In addition to his responsibilities as defensive coordinator, Golden directed the inside linebackers from 2001-04 before shifting to the secondary in 2005. In 2004, he oversaw a defense that featured the nation's best group of linebackers, according to Athlon, The Sporting News, and ESPN The Magazine. Under his guidance, Ahmad Brooks blossomed into a finalist for the Butkus Award. In 2003, Brooks and Kai Parham earned Freshman All- America honors. Golden was responsible for recruiting Brooks, the USA Today National Defensive Player of the Year--the highest ranked recruit to ever attend UVA. Golden signed the Virginia High School Player of the Year in both 2002 (Brooks) and 2004 (Olu Hall). During his first two seasons at Virginia, Golden helped develop two-time All-ACC linebacker Angelo Crowell, who currently plays with the Buffalo Bills, and 2003 Hula Bowl participant Merrill Robertson. Following the 2001 season, Golden was an assistant coach for the Gray team in the 64th Annual Blue-Gray All-Star Football Classic. "
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headshot_1_Rhule_Matt_Temple_Football_H10.jpg Updated athletic career information for Matt Rhule
Added Matt Rhule to the 2001 UCLA Bruins Football team roster.
  • Set role to Defensive Line Coach.
Added Matt Rhule to the 2002 Western Carolina Catamounts Football team roster.
  • Set role to Linebackers Coach.
  • Set role to Special Teams Coach.
Added Matt Rhule to the 2003 Western Carolina Catamounts Football team roster.
  • Set role to Associate Head Coach.
  • Set role to Linebackers Coach.
  • Set role to Special Teams Coach.
Added Matt Rhule to the 2004 Western Carolina Catamounts Football team roster.
  • Set role to Associate Head Coach.
  • Set role to Linebackers Coach.
  • Set role to Special Teams Coach.
Added Matt Rhule to the 2005 Western Carolina Catamounts Football team roster.
  • Set role to Associate Head Coach.
  • Set role to Running Backs Coach.
  • Set role to Offensive Line Coach.
  • Set role to Special Teams Coach.
Added Matt Rhule to the 1998 Albright Lions Football team roster.
  • Set role to Linebackers Coach.
Added Matt Rhule to the 2006 Temple Owls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Defensive Line Coach.
Added Matt Rhule to the 2007 Temple Owls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Quarterbacks Coach.
  • Set role to Recruiting Coordinator.
Added Matt Rhule to the 2008 Temple Owls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Offensive Coordinator.
  • Set role to Quarterbacks Coach.
Added Matt Rhule to the 1999 SUNY - Buffalo Bulls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Defensive Line Coach.
Added Matt Rhule to the 2000 SUNY - Buffalo Bulls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Defensive Line Coach.
Edited the career summary for Matt Rhule.
  • Added coach career summary for UCLA Bruins Football:
    "He assisted in coaching five Bruins that earned All Pac-10 honors as the team posted a 7-4 record under head coach Bob Toledo"
  • Added coach career summary for Western Carolina Catamounts Football:
    "In 2005, he was offensive line coach and run game coordinator after directing the linebackers his first three years. Rhule was special teams coordinator during his tenure in Cullowhee (N.C.). In 2005, the Catamounts led Division I-AA in kickoff returns, averaging 27.44 yards per return. Sophomore Mike Malone earned first team All-Southern Conference honors with a 31.29 yards per kickoff return average, ranking second nationally. Two offensive linemen and the team's punter captured second team all-league accolades. In 2004, WCU ranked 12th nationally in total defense and 15th in pass defense, largely due to the production of Rhule's linebacker corps. The team's top five tacklers were linebackers in its eight man front scheme. In 2003, the Catamounts led the SoCon in rush defense for the first time in school history. "
  • Added coach career summary for Albright Lions Football:
    "he coached the linebackers in a 4-3 scheme and recruited western and central Pennsylvania. "
  • Added coach career summary for Temple Owls Football:
    "In 2009, Rhule’s offense helped TU win a single-season record nine consecutive games en route to a 9-4 overall record and first-place tie in the MAC East. A school record five offensive players were named All-MAC, including three on the first team.All-American Bernard Pierce rushed his way into the Temple record book, re-writing all records for a rookie en route to 2009 MAC Freshman of the Year honors. In 2008, Rhule took the reigns as offensive coordinator, helping the Owls to their most wins in nearly two decades.The Owls out-scored their opponents for the season for the first time since 1990. Rhule coached All-MAC honorees C Alex Derenthal and school record holder WR Bruce Francis. For three consecutive years, Temple's recruiting class was ranked No. 1 in the MAC [2006, 2007, 2008]. "
  • Added coach career summary for SUNY - Buffalo Bulls Football:
    " In 2000, the team's sack total increased from 12 to 27 utilizing a 3-4 alignment. Buffalo also earned its first two Division I-A victories that season. "
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by lhawley3283 Dec 13, 2010
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Mark D'Onofrio.jpg Updated athletic career information for Mark D'Onofrio
Added Mark D'Onofrio to the 2004 Virginia Cavaliers Football team roster.
  • Set role to Tight Ends Coach.
  • Set role to Special Teams Coach.
Added Mark D'Onofrio to the 2005 Virginia Cavaliers Football team roster.
  • Set role to Linebackers Coach.
  • Set role to Special Teams Coach.
Added Mark D'Onofrio to the 2001 Rutgers Scarlet Knights Football team roster.
  • Set role to Linebackers Coach.
Added Mark D'Onofrio to the 2002 Rutgers Scarlet Knights Football team roster.
  • Set role to Linebackers Coach.
  • Set role to Recruiting Coordinator.
Added Mark D'Onofrio to the 2003 Rutgers Scarlet Knights Football team roster.
  • Set role to Linebackers Coach.
  • Set role to Recruiting Coordinator.
Added Mark D'Onofrio to the 2000 Georgia Bulldogs Football team roster.
  • Set role to Assistant Coach.
Added Mark D'Onofrio to the 1999 St. Peter's Peacocks Football team roster.
  • Set role to Linebackers Coach.
Added Mark D'Onofrio to the 2006 Temple Owls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Defensive Coordinator.
Added Mark D'Onofrio to the 2007 Temple Owls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Defensive Coordinator.
Added Mark D'Onofrio to the 2008 Temple Owls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Associate Head Coach.
  • Set role to Defensive Coordinator.
Edited the career summary for Mark D'Onofrio.
  • Added coach career summary for Temple Owls Football:
    "In 2009, D’Onofrio’s defense helped TU win a single-season record nine consecutive games en route to a 9-4 overall record and first-place tie in the MAC East. A school record eight defensive players were named All-MAC, including five on the first team. Sophomore Adrian Robinson earned 2009 MAC Defensive Player of the Year accolades, and senior Andre Neblett became Temple’s first three-time All-MAC honoree. In 2008, D'Onofrio's defense helped Temple to the team's most wins most since 1990 and a second-place finish in the MAC East. Facing five opponents that went on to postseason play, the Owls persevered to new heights, led by All-MAC honorees senior DT Terrance Knighton, Temple's first First-Team selection, and DT Andre Neblett. During its inaugural season of Mid-American Conference play, D'Onofrio guided the Temple defense to new heights. TU led the MAC in five defensive statistical categories, including red zone defense which also ranked first nationally. Toting the No. 1 defense in the MAC, DT Andre Neblett and DB Dominique Harris earned All-MAC honors as sophomores in 2007. "
  • Added coach career summary for Virginia Cavaliers Football:
    "Linebacker Kai Parham earned first team All-ACC honors under D'Onofrio's tutelage in 2005 after making nine sacks, the second most for an inside linebacker in league history. Kicker Connor Hughes was also a first team All-ACC selection, ranking seventh nationally in field goals. Cedric Peerman ranked 15th nationally in kickoff returns as the UVA kickoff return unit ranked 18th in the country. In his first season at UVA, D'Onofrio worked with All-American Heath Miller, who owns all school records for tight end receiving and won the Mackey Award as the nation's best tight end. Virginia also ranked second in the country in kickoff returns with a 26.6-yard average, UVA's highest average since 1963. Miller and Alvin Pearman were selected in the first and fourth rounds of the 2005 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers and Jacksonville Jaguars, respectively. "
  • Added coach career summary for Rutgers Scarlet Knights Football:
    "Under his tutelage, linebacker Gary Brackett was named Rutgers' MVP in 2001 and 2002. Brackett is in his third season with the Indianapolis Colts and starts at middle linebacker. "
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by lhawley3283 Dec 13, 2010
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Al Golden
Al Golden
STATE COLLEGE, PA - SEPTEMBER 19: Head coach Al Golden of the Temple Owls coaches from the sideline during a game against the Penn State Nittany Lions on September 19, 2009 at Beaver Stadium in State College, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Hunter Martin/Getty Images)
by thesemers Oct 09, 2010
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Updated athletic career information for Jeff Nixon
Added Jeff Nixon to the 1997 Penn State Nittany Lions Football team roster.
  • Set role to Graduate Assistant Coach.
Added Jeff Nixon to the 1998 Princeton Tigers Football team roster.
  • Set role to Running Backs Coach.
Added Jeff Nixon to the 1999 Shippensburg Raiders Football team roster.
  • Set role to Running Backs Coach.
Added Jeff Nixon to the 2000 Shippensburg Raiders Football team roster.
  • Set role to Running Backs Coach.
Added Jeff Nixon to the 2001 Shippensburg Raiders Football team roster.
  • Set role to Running Backs Coach.
Added Jeff Nixon to the 2002 Shippensburg Raiders Football team roster.
  • Set role to Running Backs Coach.
Added Jeff Nixon to the 2006 Temple Owls Football team roster.
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by Caesar Berardi Sep 24, 2010
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Updated athletic career information for Mike Mendenhall
Added Mike Mendenhall to the 2009 New Mexico Lobos Football team roster.
  • Set role to Graduate Assistant Coach.
Added Mike Mendenhall to the 2006 Temple Owls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Undergraduate Coach.
by maddog48 Sep 03, 2010
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zack_mills2.jpg Updated athletic career information for Zack Mills
Added Zack Mills to the 2006 Temple Owls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Assistant Coach.
by DaMan Aug 07, 2010
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1478664.jpeg Updated athletic career information for Mike Siravo
Added Mike Siravo to the 1995 Boston College Eagles Football team roster.
  • Set uniform number to 52.
  • Set role to Linebacker.
Added Mike Siravo to the 1998 Boston College Eagles Football team roster.
  • Set uniform number to 52.
  • Set role to Graduate Assistant Coach.
Added Mike Siravo to the 1999 Boston College Eagles Football team roster.
  • Set uniform number to 52.
  • Set role to Graduate Assistant Coach.
Added Mike Siravo to the 2000 Boston College Eagles Football team roster.
  • Set uniform number to 52.
  • Set role to Graduate Assistant Coach.
Added Mike Siravo to the 2007 Boston College Eagles Football team roster.
  • Set role to Secondary Coach.
  • Set role to Recruiting Coordinator.
Added Mike Siravo to the 2008 Boston College Eagles Football team roster.
  • Set role to Secondary Coach.
  • Set role to Recruiting Coordinator.
Added Mike Siravo to the 2009 Boston College Eagles Football team roster.
  • Set role to Secondary Coach.
  • Set role to Recruiting Coordinator.
Added Mike Siravo to the 2003 Columbia Lions Football team roster.
  • Set role to Linebackers Coach.
  • Set role to Recruiting Coordinator.
Added Mike Siravo to the 2004 Columbia Lions Football team roster.
  • Set role to Linebackers Coach.
  • Set role to Recruiting Coordinator.
Added Mike Siravo to the 2005 Columbia Lions Football team roster.
  • Set role to Linebackers Coach.
  • Set role to Recruiting Coordinator.
Added Mike Siravo to the 2006 Temple Owls Football team roster.
  • Set role to Linebackers Coach.
  • Set role to Recruiting Coordinator.
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by salbin Jun 09, 2010
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More Highlights Of Mr. Shelton
by AnothaFan May 26, 2010
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