NCAA College Football Week 12: Ohio vs Temple
We are now on the NCAA College Football Week 12 and to beep up the week we have a game between two top Mid-Atlantic Conference opponents, Ohio Bobcats vs Temple Owls. Both teams are 5-1 when it comes to their conference standings and it is about time that one of them bows down to the other. It seems however that neither of them want to budge and thus we are seeing a very tight game between the two here at Lincoln Financial Field.
The first quarter is over and so far we have one touchdown from Ohio’s Vince Davidson who rushes for 5 yards for the touchdown. Matt Weller made the extra point. The first touchdown of this game was made with 5:38 on the first quarter. Temple made their own touchdown with 13:07 in the second quarter through Matt Brown rush for 1 yard and Brandon McManus made the extra point.
These two teams have quite a long winning streak. Ohio has its record at six straight wins while Temple has four. Both of these teams also failed to win against a ranked opponent however that does not matter as long as they become champions in their conference. Then number 23 Penn State defeated Temple on Sept. 25 while then number 2 Ohio State defeated Ohio on Sept. 18.
There will be one more game for both of these teams on Week 13 in which most of the other NCAA football teams ends the NCAA football 2010 season. The final games will be on November 27 but for the two it will be on the 23rd and 26th respectively. Temple Owls will face Miami (OH) Redhawks while Ohio Bobcats meets Kent State Golden Flashes.
Standby for more updates on the Ohio vs Temple NCAA football game on Week 12 of NCAA College football.
GAME UPDATE/S: Ohio Bobcats leads 14-10 at half time after Boo Jackson pass complete to Riley Dunlop for 16 yards for a touchdown and Matt Weller’s extra point. Temple Owls made a field goal courtesy of Brandon McManus from 45 yards.Follow us on Twitter to get free up-to-date news via tweets from the World Correspondents, or you can subscribe to us by entering your e-mail below. You can confirm your free subscription by clicking the confirmation link that will be sent to your e-mail address. Once you've confirmed, then you're good to go.