It certainly is not grammatically correct, but it applies to Temple’s football team today as the university’s similar advertising slogan: We The ‘][‘.
We All We Got.
Temple’s football players have been saying this in the huddle all season long, even more than their social media proclamations of #What’sNext and #LeaveNoDoubt. “We All We Got” means no more scoreboard watching because the Owls have only themselves between and an AAC East championship.
The #What’sNext hashtag is even more important today because South Florida pummeled Cincinnati on Friday night, meaning the title hunt will go down to the last game of the season. That’s not how it looked like it would play out before the Notre Dame game, but that’s the approach the Owls must take now. They should not worry about winning the title tomorrow, but just take the approach that USF taught them last week: RIP Memphis’ face off. They won’t need to score 60 like they did three weeks ago, but they will certainly need to score more than last week’s 23. To do that, they will have to establish the run. If Jahad Thomas is a step slow and banged up, they must not be afraid to go with Jager Gardner.
On defense, play with abandon, be the team with the 10 sacks—like the Penn State game—and it’s a guaranteed win. You might get one sack with a three-man rush, but the only way to get the other nine is by sending more than the bad guys can block and the Owls cannot be afraid to do that today.
By taking care of #What’sNext now, they can #LeaveNoDoubt next week.
To be grammatically correct, they—and their fans–are all they have now.