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Memphis, TN, United States

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Past articles by Phil:

Ex-ECS star Brent Rooker leading Mississippi State

Former ECS three-sport star Brent Rooker leading Southeastern Conference in multiple hitting categories. → Read More

Tiger Football Podcast: Talking IPF, QB future and more

Tom, Geoff and Phil tackle a wide variety of issues, both present and future, in this week's podcast. → Read More

UCLA-Kentucky Morning After: De’Aaron Fox wins high-profile battle

Kentucky guard De’Aaron Fox spun, then drove through a congested lane and lightly tossed the ball off the glass. It danced on the rim for several seconds before falling through the net, a layup that extended the Wildcats’ lead to 14 points. Slightly fewer than two minutes remained in what would become an 86-75 victory over UCLA in the NCAA South Regional semifinals at FedExForum and Fox was in… → Read More

Kentucky's Fox leading late-season charge

Kentucky dropped an early season game to UCLA in Lexington, Kentucky, and is prepared for a rematch and revenge. → Read More

Memphis Tigers top No. 11 Rebs at AutoZone Park

The University of Memphis and Ole Miss played Tuesday night at AutoZone Park in downtown Memphis. → Read More

A history of the NCAA tournament in Memphis: Josh Pastner, Zach Randolph and more

A history of the NCAA tournament in Memphis includes some familiar names (now) and some intriguing characters. → Read More

Podcast: South Regional features some of basketball's biggest names

North Carolina, Kentucky, UCLA and Butler are coming to Memphis. Which one will advance to the Final Four? → Read More

Podcast: March Madness coming to Memphis

Memphis will host the NCAA tournament's South Regional March 24-26 at FedEx Forum. There's the possibility North Carolina, Kentucky, UCLA and Butler, the region's top seeds, could all advance. → Read More

NCAA South Regional at FedExForum approaching sellout

Tickets are nearly gone as possibility of UCLA, Kentucky and North Carolina playing here in NCAA South Regional looms. → Read More

Tiger Football Podcast: Memphis set for spring ball

Tom, Geoff and Phil recap the biggest stories of the Tigers' season and look ahead to the beginning of spring practice Thursday. → Read More

NCAA South Regional: Wildcats, Tar Heels and Bruins?

The four teams advancing to the NCAA South Regional at FedExForum March 24 & 26 could give the event a Final Four feel. → Read More

Tim McCarver: Five Memphis/St. Louis takeaways

Former Memphian and St. Louis Cardinal star Tim McCarver talks baseball, broadcasting and Memphis memories. → Read More

Liberty Bowl to honor ex-Memphian Tim McCarver

Former Christian Brothers and St. Louis Cardinals star Tim McCarver to receive Liberty Bowl Distinguished Citizen Award. → Read More

CBU rides Cincy connection to NCAA tournament berth

Four of CBU's five starters, led by all-league selections Jeff Larkin and Adam Dieball, have the Bucs back in the NCAAs. → Read More

LIVE COVERAGE: Memphis Tigers vs Tulane Green Wave

We are providing live coverage of the American Athletic Conference basketball game between Memphis and Tulane. → Read More

Rhodes trip: Lynx make long, long trek to NCAA

Rhodes College heads to Walla Walla, Washington to begin play in NCAA Division 3 tournament, Lynx first trip since 1993. → Read More

University of Memphis, in Big 12 pitch, pledges $500 million in spending, FedEx involvement

University of Memphis president M. David Rudd confirmed a national report Tuesday that the school will make a $500 million investment in academic and athletic infrastructure during the next five years to strengthen its candidacy as a potential Big 12 expansion target. → Read More

Mickelson commits to FESJC

Phil Mickelson is making the Tournament Players Club at Southwind a part of his U.S. Open warmup routine. → Read More

Oklahoma regents don't share president's enthusiasm for Big 12 expansion

Oklahoma president David Boren has been one of the strongest proponents of expansion for the conference, but apparently it’s not an outlook shared by those who could matter most. → Read More

Ad group’s promo pushes Memphis for Big 12

First came "Memphis: Soul of a City," a 42-page promotional publication created by the University of Memphis to accentuate what the city and university have to offer the Big 12 Conference as a prospective expansion candidate. → Read More