Gildan New Mexico Bowl 2011 Score: Owls Rumble To Early Lead

The Temple Owls are putting on a dazzling display in the 2011 New Mexico Bowl, running to a 14-0 lead over the Wyoming Cowboys as the second quarter begins. Bernard Pierce plowed in for his second one-yard touchdown of the game. Temple's already rushed for 112 yards, attempting only three passes.

The Cowboys had a chance to retaliate to Pierce's first touchdown, but a Daniel Sullivan field goal attempt howled wide right.

The highlight of the game so far: Gildan's CEO showing up in a commercial to dryly inform us we already own many Gildan products. They make T-shirts, apparently all of them, and really want us all to know that we should not be alarmed to discover they've already got us. I must not understand branding, because this all feels quite unnecessary.

For more, check out Wyoming blog Cowboy Altitude and MAC blog Hustle Belt. For more on college football, stay tuned to SB Nation’s college football news coverage. And visit our many college football blogs.

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