Temple’s Wayne Hardin makes Hall of Fame

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Former Temple coach Wayne Hardin was named to the College Football Hall of Fame, emerging from a pool of 77 candidates. The winningest coach in Temple history, Hardin led the Owls to an 80-52-3 record during his tenure, 1970-82. “This is a great day for Temple University,” interim athletic director Kevin Clark said. “Wayne Hardin is not only a Hall of Fame football coach, but a Hall of Fame person. The entire Temple community is grateful that he has been selected for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame.”