Freshman Sean Chandler already making mark

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The cornerback's ball-hawking skills have been on display at practice, and he has impressed his coaches and teammates.

Temple football coach Matt Rhule noted true freshman cornerback Sean Chandler has been a “pick-a-day” player during training camp. It’s that ball-hawking ability on a team that totaled just three interceptions last year that has the Camden, N.J. native ready to be an impact player from the get-go for the Owls. Chandler has impressed so much he was awarded one of the single-digit numbers as one of the tough guys on the team. “I don’t know (if he starts), but he’s on his way,” said Temple coach Matt Rhule on the eve of the Owls’ final scrimmage before next Thursday’s game at Vanderbilt. “His teammates voted him one of the tough guys. He works his tail off, he’s done everything we’ve asked...

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