Two Owls on Fox Sports Network

Temple’s photogenic and effective offensive line in the waning moments of Kent State game.

(thanks for the photos, Cyrus)

The mom/son firm of Kroboth, Tribue, Kroboth, Tribue.

This completely slipped my mind because I’ve always associated college all-star football games with Saturday afternoons after the BCS national title game but two Temple Owls, Kevin Kroboth and Wayne Tribue, are on the field now (1/16/12) in the Casino Del Sol All-Star game in Phoenix.
The game is being carried on Fox Sports Network is 722 (Comcast) in Philadelphia.
The game started at 9 p.m., Philadelphia time, and should be over by midnight. If you miss it Monday night, keep checking that Fox Sports Network channel. They will replay it at times this week.
It’s on different channels if you have Verizon Fios, Direct TV and Dish TV.
Kroboth and Tribue kick off the “draft geek” season where everyone from Mel Kiper to the kid living in his mom’s basement can make their own evaluations against that of the NFL experts.
Already, Temple tight end Evan Rodriguez is getting rave reviews for his play on the first day of practice at the East-West Shrine game in Tampa, Fla.
Right now, if I had to bet, Bernard Pierce and Evan Rodriguez will definitely be drafted and Adrian Robinson will go anywhere in that 4-6 range as an OLB.
Pierce is a third-rounder. ERod could go as high as fourth.
Derek Dennis, Wayne Tribue and Kee-ayre Griffin could also be drafted as well.
I see Kroboth as a seventh-rounder or a free agent and I’m sure Stephen Johnson will get a shot somewhere. Joey Jones and Rod Streater can play pro somewhere, be it in the NFL, CFL or Arena League.
That’s what these all-star games are for to sort most of this out.
The nice thing is that they are easy to spot on Fox Sports Network as both are wearing the familar Temple T with their same college numbers, Kroboth wearing 37 and Tribue 69.
Here is a complete list of their East roster teammates. The roster was the only one I could find on the internet and had to take a photo of it, so it’s a little blurry but you can still make out the names.

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2 thoughts on “Two Owls on Fox Sports Network

  1. unfortunately we just lost 3 star recruit and Mid-year enrollment commit Jordan Lucas to Penn State… not too happy right now

  2. A very wise man once told me that you can't gauge the true worth of a recruiting class until they are on the field for a couple of years which, including redshirts, means three years down the road.I'm very excited about Dobbs and Khalif Herbin and a few of the other guys but, on the whole, this class doesn't seem to have the "star power" of the first two Golden classes.Even Golden, though, needed to build up recruiting steam because his next two classes were better than his first two.Maybe Daz will sneak in and grab a big-time running back out of Florida who is likely to qualify.Spencer Reid is going to be a great special teams player, ala Colt Anderson is for the Eagles, but if he or Kenny Harper have to play starting tailback for an extended period for the Owls next year, I'm feeling 6-6.Not a good feeling at all.

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