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Temple returns home to host defending conference champion No. 7 Louisville in American Athletic Conference play on October 5 in its annual Breast Cancer Awareness Game. Kickoff is set for Noon at Lincoln Financial Field. The Owls will wear pink ribbon decals on their helmets.
Saturday's game will mark the seventh meeting between the Owls and Cardinals (and the second in conference play) in a series that began in 1980. The series is tied, 3‐3.
In the teams' meeting last fall, No. 12 Louisville handed Big East conference newcomer Temple a 45‐17 loss at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium. The Owls scored first on the opening kickoff return, a 93yard touchdown by Matt Brown, and the game was tied 14-14 after the first quarter. The Cardinals then outscored TU 31‐3 for the win as QB Teddy Bridgewater went 19‐of‐28 for 324 yards and ﬁve touchdowns.
In 2006, Louisville handed Temple a 62-0 shutout on first-year head coach Al Golden's home debut at Lincoln Financial Field. The Cardinals, who racked up 671 yards of total offense, held the Owls to just 16 yards rushing.
K Lot Opens: 7 AM
For the safety of our guests and employees, the following are prohibited:
Smoking (except in designated areas)
Food items must be wrapped or contained in clear plastic. *Exceptions will be made for guests with specific medical needs
Lincoln Financial Field stadium management reserves the right to prohibit banners due to space availability, banner size, interference with other fans or message content.
PARKING & TAILGATING
Guests wishing to park in K lot for the game, are able to park when K lot opens at 7 AM and the cost will be $16/car, $32/oversized vehicle. VIP parking lots J & L will open at 9 AM.
Tailgating is not permitted in parking lots north of Pattison Avenue and west of Darien Street (Lots Q Through W and the lot near the NovaCare Complex).
REPORTING FAN BEHAVIOR
To anonymously report fan behavior in your Section, send us a text message to 78247 followed by the word ASSIST <space> your issue and location. Stadium personnel are trained to respond quickly and appropriately.
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