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So would Canes be willing to admit that if Clark doesn't commit this weekend, shit may have just got real?
Nah. Not scared. We're just going to recruit O-lineman and make them play DT if he doesn't commit. .
No I did not lose a sig bet, but I am really really really ridiculously good looking.
That's some BS y'all stealing our secret strategy lol
My apologies.. I will have to put BOLD letters with *asterisks* attached to them saying that I am jkjkjk and I'm doing it for lolololol. But seriously though, that's kind of funny.
Golden is better then Jimbo... I feared it was true. He is going to hoist a crystal ball there - fsufsu
Best troll I've seen Ina while. Surprised no one has ever thought about trying that before. Kudos, you summamabitch!
It was just a mini-troll... It was more for the lulz than anything. I figured people would be reading & getting nervous then come to the Lamp's my hero part & be like "He got me good"
Look like Martinez will move to DT when he gets to Miami.
Meow what is so damn funny ?
Sh*t will always be real with Uncle Jethro recruiting Clark.
This post was edited by gatorboi15 12 months ago
Al Golden era (2006-2010)
On December 6, 2005, Al Golden, then the defensive coordinator for the University of Virginia under Al Groh, was named the new head coach. The Owls lost their first 8 games under Golden before beating Bowling Green during their Homecoming game on October 28, 2006. The win snapped a 20-game losing streak, one game short of the school record. The Owls finished 1-11 in Golden's first year.
The Owls won 4 games in 2007, including three straight wins at one point in mid-season. During Golden's second season, Temple's defense was ranked 49th in the nation, as opposed to 118th in 2006. The offense also improved from 118th to 113th, but it was clear that Temple's defense, despite their incredible youth, was the heart of their team.
The Owls won 5 games in 2008, their most since 1990. After his fourth season, Golden's record stood at 19-29.
In 2009, the Owls went 9-4, their best record since 1979 with three of four losses being competitive including a last second loss to Villanova. The lone exception being a lopsided 31-6 loss to a Penn State team that finished 11-2 and ranked #8. Temple accepted a bid to play in the EagleBank Bowl, where they faced the UCLA Bruins. In the Owls' first post-season appearance since the 1979 Garden State Bowl, the Owls lost 30-21 to the Bruins.
In 2010, the Owls lost a crucial game to Ohio University which would have given them a potential MAC Championship. The week after, Temple added another loss to Miami (Ohio), and coupled with losses to Penn State and Northern Illinois, the Owls finished at 8-4 for the season but did not receive a Bowl bid.
On December 12, 2010, Al Golden was hired as the head coach of the University of Miami.
Steve Addazio era (2011 to 2012)
On December 23, 2010, a press conference was held on campus to formally introduce Steve Addazio, former two-year offensive coordinator at the University of Florida, to the Temple community.
Addazio's first season continued to build on Golden's success. The team went 9-4 going to its 4th bowl game ever, the Gildan New Mexico Bowl. They dominated the University of Wyoming winning their 2nd bowl game ever, the first since the 1979 Garden State Bowl. They showed signs of promise during the year, almost beating Penn State, losing in the last minutes and winning their last 4 games.
In 2012, Addazio led Temple in its return to the Big East Conference, going 4-7 overall and 2-5 in conference play.
On December 4, 2012, Steve Addazio was hired as the head coach of Boston College.
This post was edited by alreegator 12 months ago
Uh thank you?
all that text just to say that Daz toilet bowled the program?
I guess. I think she/he was helping me. He/she Should post it on gatorbait as well.
This post was edited by Forrest Gump 12 months ago
I honestly don't think many care. I rejoiced the day the Dazz left.
He sucked. But some gators came on ITU and tried to say Dazz was doing great at Temple. Had to tell them Dazz just went 4-8 120th pass offense and left for BC. .
They did move to a tougher league last year and he lost his OC to Auburn. That said I am not a fan of his.
AG made Temple, Dazz brought it back down. He's a OC who's team was 120th in passing offense. I think BC is the real loser.
I was so glad they hired another bum.. while turning down ND's DC.
Funny how you can have a winning record two out of five years, not win a bowl game, and be considered a great coach. To each his own, though.
Ya because its so easy to take a team that was about to lose 30 games in a row and turn then into Louisville
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