Drexel (@7.5) vs Temple (@1.07)

Our Prediction:

Temple will win

Drexel – Temple Match Prediction | 06-11-2019 19:00

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who had a double-double with 24 points, 11 assists, 2 steals, and a rebound. Temple shot 46.0% from the field and forced Davidson into committing 18 turnovers in the victory. Leading the way for the Owls was Shizz Alston Jr. The Temple Owls won their 2nd straight game and improved to 9-2 on the season after defeating the Davidson Wildcats, 77-75 in OT, this past Saturday. Temple fought back from a 35-27 halftime deficit to force OT and was able secure the win after a Quinton Rose steal & dunk gave the Owls the lead for good with just :03 seconds left in overtime.

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Drexel will feel the loss of 6-9 junior forward Alihar Demir, who transferred to Minnesota this summer, all season long but perhaps not as much as on Tuesday. While it will likely take time for McKie to get used to making in-game decisions, the Owls are just too talented for Drexel. Demir produced five double-doubles last year, including posting 10 points and 10 rebounds versus Temple last season, and finished second on the team in both scoring and rebounding. Temple will also have an advantage in size and quickness as well as in guard play. Plus, McKie was able to learn things about his team during the Owls three-game summer trip to the Bahamas. Temple, which shot the ball better during American Athletic Conference play than during the nonconference season last year, should be better on both ends of the floor and likely a little deeper this year. The Owls have about 10 players who have shown the ability to score on the college level, and they do an excellent job at sharing the ball.

It also has hit in 10 of the Owls' last 11 games vs. Colonial Athletic Association. The under has hit each of the team's last five meetings. I believe that Temple will win by at least 12-to-15 points, I also believe that the Owls will be better defensively since that is what McKie is likely going to emphasize. So, if the point total is around 148 or less, take the under.

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Defensively, the Owls allowed 71.5 points a contest (179th), while opponents shot 44.3% from the floor and 32.9% (90th) from beyond the arc. The Owls were also 211th in the nation in rebounding at 34.4 boards a contest and 38th with 11.1 turnovers. Temple averaged 74.7 points (119th) while shooting 43.7% (215th) from the field and 33% from beyond (251st) the arc a year ago. They permitted 9.8 (188th) offensive rebounds and forced 14.7 turnovers (57th) a contest.

James Butler chipped in with 10 points along with nine rebounds. Quinton Rose added 14 points for the Owls. led the way with 25 points, and Nate Pierre-Louis finished with 22 points along with nine rebounds. Meanwhile, the Dragons received 18 points from Troy Harper and 12 points from Camren Wynton. Temple won last year's meeting 82-64 at the Palestra as Shizz Alston Jr. The Drexel Dragons travel uptown to face the Temple Owls on Tuesday for the season opener for both teams. Temple has won 10 of the last 11 meetings with Drexel and leads the all-time series 30-9. This is the third straight year that the programs have faced each other with the Owls taking both of the previous two matchups.

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Their conference opener is Jan 2. They have a big conference opener next. The Davidson win was a week ago. It is hard to imagine Drexel having much chance here, but yet While they have inferior talent to the AACs Temple, Temple is coming off a riveting win over Davidson. Exam time can also bring some strange results. The Palestra needs to work its magic, the spot come up soft for Temple, or Drexel is in over their heads. The Palestra seems to have a way of creating unexpected excitement. Temple should be very ready, but this sandwich spot between big games and the emotion of today could make things a bit interesting.

The Texas Longhorns look to keep their momentum from their postseason last year as they will face the Bears of Northern Colorado on Tuesday night at the Erwin Center in Austin, Texas. And while the Longhorns are heavily favored, the Bears also possess a dangerous offensive squad that has been known to put some numbers on the board. ...

Dunphy played at La Salle, when La Salle used the Palestra as their home. Dunphys first head coaching job was for the University of Pennsylvania. He is a terrific coach. This will be Dunphys 20th and final visit to the Palestra as head coach of Temple. For 17 years, The Palestra was Dunphys home. He stands for all that is good about college hoops. When he moved down the road to take the Temple job, the Palestra visits were less frequent. He deserves every bit of praise that will be written. When his name is announced as head coach of Temple, he deserves a standing ovation, a very long standing ovation.

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