Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Terry Davis

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Tigers champs of the AAC West

Lightening delayed the game for 57 minutes and an early 10-0 deficit made some a little edgy but the University of Memphis Tigers were not to be derailed in pursuit of the Western Division Title of the American Athletic Conference. With 35,329 in attendance at Liberty...

Tigers answer wake-up call late to defeat Trojans from Little Rock

Before the first ball of this basketball season bounced, the senior leadership of guard Jeremiah Martin was thought to be a tangible that head coach Tubby Smith and the University of Memphis staff would need plenty of to help gel a roster heavy with...

PREP FOOTBALL: Whitehaven advances in the playoffs, dashing Central’s hopes

The Central High School Warriors wanted their second confrontation of the season against powerhouse Whitehaven to be more of a contest, more competitive. The first match-up was a wipeout with the Tigers pitching a shutout (23-0). The Warriors had reason to keep hope alive, having...

Tigers vs Magicians: It didn’t count, but…

For the University of Memphis Tigers, Thursday night's exhibition against the crosstown Magicians of The LeMoyne-Owen College was a game-time setting to get to know one another, to develop some chemistry and give fans a glimpse of possibilities. For the Magicians, it was an opportunity...

Fairley uses big plays to shut out Douglass

The Fairley Bulldogs flipped their regular season record from 2-8 a year ago to 8-2 this year after shutting out the Douglass Red Devils 24-0 on Senior Night. The win last Thursday over Douglass gave the Bulldogs the Region 8 District 2A Championship. It also...

Tigers look to make themselves a problem Houston can’t handle

University of Memphis head football coach Mike Norvell was sitting the the coaches' room watching film when learned via a text that the Tigers had netted the No. 25 spot in the latest Associated Press rankings. "I said it won’t last long if we don’t...

Tigers catapult to No. 25 after overcoming Navy

The second win this year against a Top 25 program and the first-ever victory of Navy boosted the University of Memphis Tigers to the No. 25 spot in the Associated Press Top 25 rankings. The 30-27 defeat of the Midshipmen delighted fans at Liberty Bowl...

Kicked off the UofM football team, Suttles pleads not guilty to rape charge

Ernest Suttles – now a former University of Memphis Football player – has a Dec. 5 preliminary hearing on the charge of raping a woman with whom he had been having a consensual sexual relationship. Suttles, 23, entered a plea of not guilty on Monday...

Whitehaven’s defense hangs a shutout on Central

The Whitehaven Tigers defense takes pride in shutting out opponents. Every Monday after keeping an opponent scoreless they receive doughnuts. The Tigers defeated the Central Warriors 23-0 at Whitehaven Stadium on Friday. The Tigers have four shutouts this season and improved their record to 7-2...

East controls Craigmont in an easy win

When your team only has 26 varsity football players it makes it hard to compete against quality opponents outside of your weight class. The task becomes even more difficult when some of your players are not able to play because of injuries. That's the scenario...