OwlSports Update: October 11, 2018

After a dominant win over ECU, Anthony Russo makes a strong case for why he should be starting quarterback; Brooklyn Vaughan reports. Ali McCann and Dan Wilson share the sad news of Temple Football’s assistant equipment manager Kane Ivers-Osthus, who is battling leukemia. Brandon Clarke has more on Coach Dunphy’s final season at Temple and assistant coach Aaron McKie’s transition to head coach in the following season. Lucas Medeiros tells us about the field hockey team’s focus on inclusivity and how the team helped start Student Athlete Safe Space, a club that supports LGBTQ student-athletes. On top of all that, highlights from men’s soccer, field hockey, and women’s tennis, and the play of the week are shown.

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