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Six Tigers named all-AAC with two earning first team honors

Following a second straight 6 and 6 season and awaiting word on a ninth straight bowl bid, six Memphis Tigers received all AAC recognition this season. → Read More

Former Memphis coach Chuck Stobart passes away at the age of 88

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – The University of Memphis is mourning the loss of former Tiger football coach Chuck Stobart. Stobart coached at then Memphis State from 1989 to 1994, winning 29 games and leading the Tigers to three straight winning seasons from ‘92-’94. A first at Memphis since the mid 70’s. Two of his former players […] → Read More

Grizzlies’ Ja Morant injured in win over OKC

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Grizzlies star guard Ja Morant was injured in the fourth quarter of Friday night’s game against Oklahoma City, needing to be helped off the court after turning his left ankle. The Grizzlies won, 121-110. Morant went from the court straight to the locker room. After the game, Coach Taylor Jenkins said there […] → Read More

Grizzlies coach calls Barkley’s comments on Morant ‘nonsense’

Grizzlies coach Taylor Jenkins was pretty much speaking for all of us in Memphis when he called out former NBA Hall of Famer and TNT hoops analyst Charles Barkley for his comments on Grizzlies star guard Ja Morant Tuesday night. → Read More

Ben Pirmann steps down as head coach of Memphis 901 FC, hired by Charleston Battery

Just over a week after being named the United Soccer League’s Championship Coach of the Year, Ben Pirmann has stepped down as coach of Memphis 901 FC. → Read More

Senior Day takes on even more importance for Tigers this weekend

Saturday marks the final home game of the year for the Memphis Tigers as they take on North Alabama and for a second straight season, a win on Senior Day would also make the U of M bowl eligible. → Read More

Penny adds a third Hardaway to the Tigers as youngest son Ashton commits to Memphis

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – A year after building his team through the transfer portal, Penny Hardaway is again piecing together one of the top recruiting classes in the country. Going back to the prep route by landing a seventh commitment for the Tigers in the Class of 2023. This one with a very familiar name. 6’7” […] → Read More

Tigers put an end to four game losing streak and move one step closer to 9th straight bowl bid, 26-10 over Tulsa

MEMPHIS — Thursday night remains Tiger night in Memphis. Chris Howard kicked four field goals, including a 49 yarder that bounced off the crossbar, and the U of M defense held Tulsa to just 207 yards and a meaningless fourth quarter touchdown as Memphis puts an end to its four game losing streak, 26-10. With […] → Read More

Olympic gold medalist Rochelle Stevens resigns at LeMoyne-Owen

Just over a year after taking the job as track and field coach at LeMoyne-Owen College, Olympic gold medalist Rochelle Stevens has resigned, effective immediately. → Read More

NBA superstars Ja Morant and Jayson Tatum put on a show but Boston wins at the Forum

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Jayson Tatum scored 39 points, including a pair of free throws with 2.2 seconds left, and the Boston Celtics held on for a 109-106 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies on Monday night. The Grizzlies inbounded the ball after Tatum’s free throws, but Ja Morant slipped in the backcourt and never got […] → Read More

901 FC sets its sights on taking down one of the top teams in the USL

Just eight teams remain in the United Soccer League Championship playoffs and Memphis 901 FC is one of them as the 901 gets set to host the Tampa Bay Rowdies Saturday night out at Autozone Park. → Read More

Grizzlies’ Morant and Bane outplay Nets’ Durant and Irving in a game not seen in the NBA since 1983

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – It was the kind of game not seen in the NBA in almost 40 years. Not one. Not two, but four players, all scoring over 35 points… in the same game. Something that’s only happened three times in the history of the NBA. Monday night was one of those games where the […] → Read More

Grizzlies face Knicks in first game of the regular season Wednesday night

The Grizzlies could be without three of their top eight players Wednesday when they tip off a new season against the New York Knicks out at FedEdForum. → Read More

Morant, Jackson show support for WNBA star Brittney Griner on eve of Opening Night

Grizzlies’ stars Ja Morant and Jaren Jackson Junior are hoping to use the spotlight of Opening Night to continue to shine the light on the continued imprisonment of Brittney Griner. → Read More

‘This is my dream’: Brandon Clarke reacts to new contract extension with Grizzlies

It was hard to miss the smile on the face of Grizzlies big man Brandon Clarke on Monday, a day after the team and Clarke agreed to a long term extension. → Read More

Two Tigers make 1st team All-AAC as Memphis is picked to finish second to Houston

MEMPHIS — A pair of Memphis Tigers were selected first team All-AAC today by the league’s head coaches and the Tigers were picked to finish second as the conference announced its preseason honors on Wednesday. Memphis trails only Houston in the preseason coaches poll and DeAndre Williams and Kendric Davis make up 40% on the […] → Read More

Penny Hardaway inks new six-year, $16.5M contract extension with Memphis Tigers

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — After four straight 20 win seasons, Penny Hardaway is cashing in. Hardaway and the University of Memphis agreeing to a new six-year, $16.5 million dollar contract extension, plus incentives, that will keep the native Memphian and former Tiger All-American at his alma mater through April, 2028. “As I have said many times, […] → Read More

Grizzlies knock off Orlando in preseason home opener

Looking like a team ready to pick up where it left off last season, the Grizzlies tipped off the home portion of the preseason with an easy 109-97 win over the Orlando Magic. → Read More

Tigers move ’23 game with Missouri to St. Louis

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – The University of Memphis losing out on one of its more marquee home games of the 2023 season. The Tigers game against Missouri, scheduled to be played on September 23rd inside Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium has now been moved to St. Louis. With Mizzou making it known that it wouldn’t honor the […] → Read More

Memphis Madness gives way to block party as Tigers gear up to celebrate start basketball season

MEMPHIS – No Memphis Madness for Penny Hardaway and the Tigers this year. The university announced that instead of celebrating the start of basketball season down at the FedExForum, the Tigers will instead hold a Memphis basketball block party. It will be a free event set for Saturday, October 15th at the Alumni Mall on […] → Read More