It's time to take Memphis seriously again. That's what should be the takeaway from the news that broke Tuesday morning that former Missouri guard Michael Dixon will be transferring to Memphis, according to a report from Gary Parrish of CBSSports.com. Show More Summary
The Tigers won three games to finish 4-8 last year. They still have a ways to go.
Tigers hoping to ride late-season surge heading into 2013-14. Orlando Sentinel college insider Matt Murschel has ranked all 125 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country. The Sentinel staff will take a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 125 to our projected No. 1 team.
Michigan State solidified its spot in yet another Sweet 16 Saturday afternoon. The Spartans surged past Memphis 70-48, comfortably dispatching the Tigers in Auburn Hills in Round of 32 action. The thrill of a Sweet 16 berth never gets old but it's almost become commonplace in East Lansing, where head coach Tom Izzo has reigned since 1995. Show More Summary
The Michigan State Spartans didn't run away from the Memphis Tigers on Saturday as some expected, but they did scratch out a 70-48 win to reach their 11th Sweet 16 under coach Tom Izzo. Spartans frosh sensation Gary Harris couldn't be...Show More Summary
Memphis Coach Josh Pastner is an enthusiastic dude. And why not? On Thursday, he scored his first career NCAA tournament victory with the Tigers, and his No. 6-seeded team trails No. 3 Michigan State and Tom Izzo by just three … Continue reading ?
The Michigan State Spartans are a win away from reaching their 11th Sweet 16 under coach Tom Izzo, but they'll have to handle the Memphis Tigers at 2:45 p.m. Saturday at the Palace of Auburn Hills before moving on to the fourth round of the 2013 NCAA tournament. Show More Summary
After its convincing performance in Tuesday’s play-in victory over Middle Tennessee, 11th-seeded St. Mary’s became a trendy upset pick in Thursday’s matchup with sixth-seeded Memphis. The Tigers ultimately advanced with a 54-52 victory over the Gaels but not before Matthew … Continue reading ?
The No. 3 seed Michigan State Spartans (26-8, 13-5 Big Ten) are set to face off with the No. 6 seed Memphis Tigers (31-4, 16-0 C-USA) in the third round of the 2013 NCAA tournament on Saturday at The Palace at Auburn Hills in Auburn Hill, MI. Show More Summary
The quest for the 2013 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship has officially arrived. In the second round, Memphis will be going head-to-head with Saint Mary's. The Memphis Tigers went 30-4 being led by junior Joe Jackson, who averaged 13.6 PPG and 4.8 APG. Show More Summary
The No. 11 Saint Mary’s Gaels needed a trip to Dayton to cement their place in the Round of 64, but they will head into their Midwest Region opener versus the No. 6 Memphis Tigers looking to make history. Led by head coach Randy Bennett...Show More Summary
BBALL TIME! Justin Timberlake made his love for the Memphis Tigers crystal clear when he repped his hometown team on his latest stint at hosting SNL. But which teams do other celebs like Reese Witherspoon, Brooklyn Decker, Jay-Z, Jon Hamm, and Snoop Dogg Lion root for?? CLICK HERE to view "March Madness 2013: Celeb Fans [...]
The Memphis Tigers finished the 2012-13 season, unsurprisingly, as Conference USA champions. Are they actually going to be able to capitalize on the momentum and win a NCAA tournament game this year? Let’s take a look. Memphis finished...Show More Summary
Neil Watson, with a little help from Memphis' free-throw shooting, wouldn't let Southern Miss lose. With 4.4 seconds remaining and the Tigers leading by two in the Conference USA championship on Saturday afternoon, league Player of the Year Joe Jackson missed the front end of a one-and-one, opening up the chance for a miracle. Show More Summary
The Memphis Tigers have yet to lose a Conference USA game this season. One win away from an undefeated campaign, The Southern Miss Eagles will fight a NCAA Tournament berth in the C-USA tournament final. Several All-Conference players will take the floor in this championship matchup, including four All-C-USA members on the Tigers roster. Show More Summary
While No. 25 Memphis is undoubtedly the favorite to win the C-USA tournament this year, the Tigers certainly aren't invincible. In fact, Memphis lost to 17-13 Xavier on Feb. 26 and was almost upset by 17-13 UTEP on March 5. At first glance, the Tigers (27-4, 16-0 C-USA) seem to have everything. Show More Summary
The Memphis Tigers enter this year's Conference USA Tournament looking for a third straight championship, but they'll have plenty of competition. Memphis did indeed go 27-4 overall and 16-0 in conference play this season, but some of their fellow Conference USA teams are not to be counted out. Show More Summary
Conference USA was dominated by the Memphis Tigers (27-4, 16-0) this season, but the conference tournament could be a different story. While the Tigers have some talented players, there are other stars in the tourney who will be tough to stop as they try to carry their teams to a title, as well as an NCAA tournament berth. Show More Summary
The Conference USA postseason basketball tournament is on the verge of being renamed the Memphis Tigers Exhibition of Conference Superiority—not really, but it would be appropriate. The Tigers have won six of the last seven tournaments, but five of those six championships have come with the Tigers as the host. Show More Summary
Cuonzo Martin has compiled a dominating 21-4 record at home since taking over in Knoxville last year, which is important to consider when making your against-the-spread (ATS) Friday night, as the Tennessee Volunteers (8-3) take on the Memphis Tigers (9-3) at Thompson-Boling Arena. Show More Summary