The SEC isn't always pretty, but Ole Miss showed on Saturday that they don't care. The show that the Rebels defense put on against the Memphis Tigers proves that when they take on the Alabama Crimson Tide next week, they'll be readyShow More Summary
Ole Miss remains undefeated after a defensive showdown. For the second time this season, Memphis traveled to play a top-11 opponent. For the second time this season, the Tigers will return home with a loss. No. 1 Ole Miss escaped with...Show More Summary
Can the Rebels continue their winning streak against the Tigers? It'll be a red-out in Oxford on Saturday, when the No. 10 Ole Miss Rebels host the Memphis Tigers. Ole Miss opened the season with an impressive 35-13 win over Boise State, running away from the Broncos with a 28-point fourth quarter. Show More Summary
WATN has promoted Marcus “Doc” Holliday to sports director. The former St. Louis Ram and Hamilton Tiger Cat started at the Memphis ABC affiliate in June 2011. According to his bio page, “When he’s not out on the latest story, MarcusShow More Summary
UCLA survived a cross-country trip and upset bid from Virginia last week but couldn't cover a big number on the point spread. The Bruins now head home to entertain Memphis this Saturday at the Rose Bowl, where they will be favored by...Show More Summary
Basketball fans who are excited about the return of Derrick Rose don’t have to wait until October to see the former Memphis Tiger perform competitively. The 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup gives hardwood enthusiasts worldwide the opportunity...Show More Summary
Four days after his father, Keelon, became an assistant coach at Memphis, Dedric Lawson chose to stay at home and commit to the Tigers, per CBSSports.com's Gary Parrish. The player confirmed the decision on Sunday. "With [my father]Show More Summary
Memphis is ranked No. 93 in the Orlando Sentinel's college football countdown. The Tigers could surprise some teams in AAC.
The Virginia Cavaliers earned a trip to the Sweet 16 on the heels of another dominating defensive performance against the Memphis Tigers, emerging victorious by a score of 78-60 on Sunday night. Early in the first half, Memphis did a...Show More Summary
The No. 1 seeded Virginia Cavaliers will fight with the No. 8 seeds Memphis Tigers in Round three of the NCAA 2014 tournament on Sunday night. This March Madness final 32 game will determine who goes through to the Sweet 16 round where Michigan State await the winners.
Memphis Tigers senior guard Michael Dixon Jr. had the opportunity to play Indiana Pacers legend Reggie Miller in a game of Round the World. Despite going against arguably one of the greatest shooters in the history of the NBA, Dixon was able to beat him, and the entire team's reaction was pretty priceless. Show More Summary
This is some serious dedication. An 81-year-old woman was in the emergency room for a collapsed lung, but she refused to let doctors operate on her until the Memphis Tigers game in the second round of the NCAA tournament was over. While...Show More Summary
The No. 1 seed Virginia Cavaliers will go head-to-head in the third round against the No. 8 seed Memphis Tigers. Anthony Gill was big, as he scored 17 points to help the Cavaliers pull away in the second half on Friday night. The Tigers...Show More Summary
The Memphis Tigers looked to ride their high-octane offense to a second-round win over the George Washington Colonials on Friday. The high-speed Tigers attack made for a tough test for the Colonials, who looked to use their toughness and strength to steal a win. Read more College Basketball news on BleacherReport.com
Memphis held off a comeback attempt from George Washington on Friday night to advance with a 71-66 win. The Tigers were led by Michael Dixon Jr., who finished with 19 points on 6-of-9 from the floor. He also made the last four free throws of the game to seal the win. George Washington got a monster game out of Isaiah Armwood down low. Show More Summary
The Memphis Tigers will play the George Washington Colonials on Friday as the Second Round of March Madness continues. The 2014 NCAA Tournament Round of 64 will conclude on Friday, and there's not much between No. 8 seeded Memphis and No.9 seeded George Washington. This should be a close gain that either team can win.
The 8-9 matchup in the East region has the Memphis Tigers laying a small number to the George Washington Colonials. Both teams arrive at the tournament having struggled in recent appearances there. Memphis is 1-4 against the spread in...Show More Summary
The quest for the 2014 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship has officially arrived! In the second-round matchup, the No. 8 Memphis Tigers vs. the No. 9 George Washington Colonials. The Tigers went 23-9 this season thanks toShow More Summary
After a slow start to the game, No. 20 Memphis came out firing in the second half and ended its senior day with a 67-58 win over No. 18 SMU. Joe Jackson led the way for the Tigers with 18 points in the win, an impressive feat after scoring just three in the first half. Show More Summary
The field is all set for the 2014 Conference USA tournament following Thursday's action. There's an air of uncertainty about the tournament that's been missing for the past few seasons. The Memphis Tigers won seven of the last eightShow More Summary