Temple Football Keeps Winning Despite Indifference From Much Of Philadelphia

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Temple boosted its record to 5-1, 2-0 in the American Athletic Conference, with a 30-28 upset of No. 23 Memphis. The Owls took advantage of four Tigers turnovers to post their second win over a ranked opponent.
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