But first, let's tie up some loose ends by recapping the performances of some of these players in games played since Nov. 28:Temple lost to UCLA, 30-21, in the EagleBank Bowl at Washington's RFK Stadium on Tuesday, but Baltimore native Matt Brown continued to be Mr. All-Purpose for the Owls. Brown, who attended high school at Peddie School in New Jersey and prepped at Milford Academy in New York, rushed 20 times for 83 yards (long of 29), including a touchdown run of 2 yards that extended Temple's lead to 21-7 in the second quarter. The freshman carried the ball on five straight plays at one point in the third quarter. Brown also caught two passes for 4 yards (long of 6) and returned three kickoffs for 69 yards (long of 30). Put away your calculators; that's 156 all-purpose yards in Brown's first bowl game. Not too shabby. Temple sophomore offensive linemen Pat and Sean Boyle (both Calvert Hall alums) also played in the Owls' loss to the Bruins.