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Former Memphis F Austin Nichols headed to Virginia

Former Memphis Tigers forward Austin Nichols will transfer to the University of Virginia. Memphis’ 92.9 FM reported Nichols’ decision, as well as released the following statement from him. “After visiting Virginia this weekend, I’ve decided to commit. Show More Summary

Report: Virginia Lands Former 5-Star Forward, Memphis Transfer Austin Nichols

Former Memphis forward Austin Nichols is transferring to Virginia, according to multiple reports.  Nichols, a 6-foot-9, 228-pound forward, led the Tigers in scoring last season with 13.1 points a game. He announced he was transferring last month. Show More Summary

Memphis removes all conditions of Austin Nichols’ release

The University of Memphis has removed all conditions from the release of former Tigers forward Austin Nichols. The university made an announcement on the matter, which was reported by Bryan Moss of Tiger Sports Report, part of the Rivals...Show More Summary

Austin Nichols: Latest Transfer News, Rumors and Speculation on Former Memphis F

Former Memphis Tigers forward Austin Nichols was granted his unconditional release from the program Tuesday, according to, and big-name programs from across the country are reaching out in an effort to obtain his transfer. Continue...Show More Summary

Memphis finally grants Austin Nichols unconditional release

Nichols is free to transfer wherever he wants with two years of eligibility left. The battle between Austin Nichols and the Memphis Tigers has finally come to an end. Nichols has been granted his unconditional release hours after his family hired a lawyer to take his request to court, according to ESPN's Jeff Goodman. Show More Summary

Memphis thrives under coach Justin Fuente, Tigers ranked No. 48

Orlando Sentinel college insider Matt Murschel ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the 2015-16 season. The Sentinel staff takes a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our projected No. 1 team.

Austin Nichols granted conditional release from Memphis

Memphis Tigers forward Austin Nichols has been granted his conditional release from the program and will transfer. Head coach Josh Pastner confirmed the news to ESPN, which was reported on Twitter by Jeff Goodman. Josh Pastner confirms...Show More Summary

Austin Nichols Granted Conditional Transfer Release by Memphis

Memphis head basketball coach Josh Pastner confirmed Thursday that the school granted junior forward Austin Nichols a conditional release. The decision comes after the Tigers initially did not allow him to transfer despite his request to leave the program. Jeff Goodman of first reported the news from Pastner. Show More Summary

Memphis Tigers F Austin Nichols wants to transfer

University of Memphis junior forward Austin Nichols has told a Memphis-area radio station that he plans to transfer. Nichols, who averaged 13.3 points and 6.1 rebounds per game as a sophomore last year before an ankle injury ended his...Show More Summary

Austin Nichols Reportedly Denied Transfer Release by Memphis

Memphis Tigers forward Austin Nichols indicated Tuesday that he'll transfer after two seasons, but the program is reportedly refusing to release him. ESPN's Jeff Goodman cited multiple sources in reporting Memphis does not plan to let...Show More Summary

Memphis reportedly refuses to release Austin Nichols, asks for bad press

What are you doing, Memphis? Memphis junior forward Austin Nichols, a former five-star recruit, is attempting to transfer from the Tigers' basketball program, according to multiple reports. The only problem? Memphis is refusing to release...Show More Summary

2015 U.S. Open field: Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy headline qualifiers for Chambers Bay

The U.S. Open field is the largest in golf -- a 156-player mix of the best in the world, amateurs, long shot qualifiers, and Tiger Woods. With all due respect to the wonderful FedEx St. Jude Classic in Memphis, Sunday marks the start of U.S. Show More Summary

A.I.’s Cousin Kuran Iverson Transfers To Rhode Island, Is Eligible Immediately

Back in the Fall of 2012, prized HS player Kuran Iverson committed to the University of Memphis, and was poised to be a superstar talent for Coach Pastner and the Tigers in their inaugural season in the new Big East Conference. Iverson was a Top 25 ranked prospect in the 2013 Class, the same one […]

Memphis player scores the most unpredictable inside-the-park home run

We have never seen a play quite like this.Memphis Tigers with this #SCTop10 worthy score.Watch this game live now Posted by American Athletic Conference on Friday, May 22, 2015 Let this be a lesson for every young baseball player in the world: Always keep your head on a swivel. Show More Summary

Memphis Tigers football pulled off a 3-year miracle. Now what?

The 128-team countdown previews what could be Memphis' second conference title in a row. Do you know how amazing that sounds? Confused? Check out the advanced-stats glossary here. 1. What now? According to Sports Reference's SRS ratings,...Show More Summary

Jeremiah Martin verbally commits to Memphis, provides additional perimeter depth

Jeremiah Martin was at one time a Louisiana Tech commit. Now, he'll stay home to play for the Tigers.

Video: Memphis Meteorologist Tees Off On John Calipari, Calls Him A Snake Oil Salesman

John Calipari coached at Memphis for nine seasons, and almost led the Tigers to a national title in 2008. But given the way he left the program, and the fact that the school had to vacate all 38 victories from that year, he isn’t the most well-liked man in town. Show More Summary

March Madness 2015: Elite Prospects Who Will Improve Draft Stocks

Former college basketball stars like Memphis Tigers point guard Derrick Rose and Alabama Crimson Tide power forward Antonio McDyess have seen their NBA draft stocks soar on the strength of strong play in March. This year's crop of college...Show More Summary

Memphis' Shaq Goodwin Slams Home Alley-Oop off the Glass Versus Tulsa

The Memphis Tigers took on the Tulsa Golden Hurricane Saturday night. So far, the highlight of the game has been this incredible alley-oop to Tigers junior Shaq Goodwin. Teammate Trahson Burrell received the ball on a breakaway and quickly threw it off the glass to a streaking Goodwin, who slammed it home with authority. Show More Summary

Memphis and BYU get into huge brawl at end of Miami Beach Bowl

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Memphis and Brigham Young played a very entertaining game in the inaugural Miami Beach Bowl, with the Tigers coming out ahead in double-overtime for their first bowl win since 2005. However, the game will likely be better remembered for a meleee that broke out at the end, involving numerous players and some team officials. The […]

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