Temple’s Quarterback E.J. Warner Optimistic About New Season for Football Program

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Temple University quarterback E.J. Warner
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E.J. Warner, the Temple University quarterback who broke several school records last season, is optimistic about the football program going into next year.
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E.J. Warner, son of NFL Hall of Famer Kurt Warner and the Temple University quarterback who broke several school records last season, is optimistic about the football program going into next year, writes Brent Baum for Temple Now.

During last year’s season finale, Warner, then in his first season with the Owls, threw a total of 527 yards. The program record indicated that the Owls may have finally found a long-term answer for quarterback.

In addition to that, Warner achieved 268 total completions in a single season, which is also the most in the history of Temple.

Warner is entering this season looking to build from the previous year. His focus during the offseason was to build muscle so that he could better sustain harder hits and extend plays, as well as make more big plays during the fall 2023 season.

“I work my hardest to improve my game every day and work with others to help them get better,” he said. “I was 18 last year playing against physically stronger 20-year-olds in college, so now I had time this offseason to be on a meal plan and lift weights to get faster and stronger.”

Read more about E.J. Warner in Temple Now.

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