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2016 American Football Highlights - Memphis 48, #20 Houston 44
2016 American Football Highlights - Memphis 48, #20 Houston 44
Published: 2016/11/26
Channel: AmericanAthleticConf
2016-11-25 Houston Cougars vs Memphis Tigers
2016-11-25 Houston Cougars vs Memphis Tigers
Published: 2016/11/30
Channel: ncaa sportsvids
Memphis Tiger Football Pump Up 2017-2018
Memphis Tiger Football Pump Up 2017-2018
Published: 2017/05/13
Channel: Alderson HD
2008 NCAA Basketball Regional Final - Texas vs Memphis
2008 NCAA Basketball Regional Final - Texas vs Memphis
Published: 2014/02/26
Channel: NCAA On Demand
Memphis Tigers Football "Friday Night Stripes" 2017 Video Highlights
Memphis Tigers Football "Friday Night Stripes" 2017 Video Highlights
Published: 2017/04/15
Channel: MemphisTigerFreak
Memphis Football: Tigers vs SEMO Game Highlights (ESPN)
Memphis Football: Tigers vs SEMO Game Highlights (ESPN)
Published: 2016/09/04
Channel: Memphis TigerNetwork
MEMPHIS TIGERS FOOTBALL HYPE 2016-2017 PUMP UP
MEMPHIS TIGERS FOOTBALL HYPE 2016-2017 PUMP UP
Published: 2016/08/05
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October 17, 2015 - #13 Ole Miss vs. Memphis
October 17, 2015 - #13 Ole Miss vs. Memphis
Published: 2015/10/27
Channel: Tim Bliss
2016-10-06 Temple Owls vs Memphis Tigers
2016-10-06 Temple Owls vs Memphis Tigers
Published: 2016/10/10
Channel: ncaa sportsvids
Memphis Football: Tigers Score 77 Points on Bowling Green
Memphis Football: Tigers Score 77 Points on Bowling Green
Published: 2016/09/25
Channel: Memphis TigerNetwork
Memphis Football: Tigers Put on the Pads
Memphis Football: Tigers Put on the Pads
Published: 2017/08/03
Channel: Memphis TigerNetwork
Memphis Tigers vs BYU Full Fight (Miami Beach Bowl)
Memphis Tigers vs BYU Full Fight (Miami Beach Bowl)
Published: 2014/12/23
Channel: Stan the man
2016 Memphis Tigers Football Pump Up
2016 Memphis Tigers Football Pump Up
Published: 2016/04/17
Channel: Memphis Tigers
(21) Memphis vs (24)  Houston Full game Week 11 College Football 2015 14.11.2015
(21) Memphis vs (24) Houston Full game Week 11 College Football 2015 14.11.2015
Published: 2015/11/15
Channel: CFB Fans
Joe Jackson is the "King of Memphis" - 2012-2013 Memphis Tigers highlights - Adidas Nations
Joe Jackson is the "King of Memphis" - 2012-2013 Memphis Tigers highlights - Adidas Nations
Published: 2013/03/22
Channel: CityLeagueHoopsTV
2008 NCAA Basketball Regional Semi Finals - Michigan State vs Memphis
2008 NCAA Basketball Regional Semi Finals - Michigan State vs Memphis
Published: 2014/02/26
Channel: NCAA On Demand
2014-12-22 Miami Beach Bowl Memphis Tigers vs Brigham Young Cougars
2014-12-22 Miami Beach Bowl Memphis Tigers vs Brigham Young Cougars
Published: 2014/12/24
Channel: ncaa sportsvids
University of Memphis Fight Song - "Go Tigers Go"
University of Memphis Fight Song - "Go Tigers Go"
Published: 2008/02/17
Channel: YourFunStop
2008 NCAA Basketball National Semi-Final - Memphis vs UCLA
2008 NCAA Basketball National Semi-Final - Memphis vs UCLA
Published: 2014/02/26
Channel: NCAA On Demand
03/21/1992 NCAA Midwest Regional 2nd Round:  #6 Memphis State Tigers vs.  #3 Arkansas Razorbacks
03/21/1992 NCAA Midwest Regional 2nd Round: #6 Memphis State Tigers vs. #3 Arkansas Razorbacks
Published: 2013/12/06
Channel: thacozzman2
Highlights: Memphis 37, Ole Miss 24
Highlights: Memphis 37, Ole Miss 24
Published: 2015/10/17
Channel: AmericanAthleticConf
Memphis Football: Tigers vs BYU Game Highlights
Memphis Football: Tigers vs BYU Game Highlights
Published: 2014/12/23
Channel: Memphis TigerNetwork
Football Highlights - Memphis Tigers 16, Temple Owls 13 November 7, 2014
Football Highlights - Memphis Tigers 16, Temple Owls 13 November 7, 2014
Published: 2014/11/08
Channel: AmericanAthleticConf
Cannible - Memphis Tigers Anthem (Prod By @MontanaLx ) Dir By @Will9o1
Cannible - Memphis Tigers Anthem (Prod By @MontanaLx ) Dir By @Will9o1
Published: 2013/10/04
Channel: WillShotcha
Derrick Rose (Memphis) Full Season Highlights // 2007-2008
Derrick Rose (Memphis) Full Season Highlights // 2007-2008
Published: 2017/01/21
Channel: Frankie Vision
Jeremiah Martin-Memphis Tigers-2016-17
Jeremiah Martin-Memphis Tigers-2016-17
Published: 2017/04/10
Channel: M Ekanem
📌 USF Bulls vs. Memphis Tigers 2016 Full Football Game HD
📌 USF Bulls vs. Memphis Tigers 2016 Full Football Game HD
Published: 2016/11/16
Channel: SoFloBulls
North Memphis tigers vs Memphis jaguars
North Memphis tigers vs Memphis jaguars
Published: 2014/08/10
Channel: Michael Taylor
(Boca Raton Bowl) Memphis Tigers vs Western Kentucky Hilltoppers in 30 Minutes - 12/20/16
(Boca Raton Bowl) Memphis Tigers vs Western Kentucky Hilltoppers in 30 Minutes - 12/20/16
Published: 2016/12/21
Channel: rtsportsuploads
Memphis Tigers Clinch American Championship Title
Memphis Tigers Clinch American Championship Title
Published: 2014/11/30
Channel: AmericanAthleticConf
Knuck if you Buck - Memphis Tigers Pep Band
Knuck if you Buck - Memphis Tigers Pep Band
Published: 2010/01/24
Channel: Aeruchin
Anthony Miller Football U of Memphis Tiger WR Highlights 2015-16
Anthony Miller Football U of Memphis Tiger WR Highlights 2015-16
Published: 2016/08/19
Channel: Andre Miller
Memphis Football: Locker Room Tour
Memphis Football: Locker Room Tour
Published: 2012/10/19
Channel: Memphis TigerNetwork
2017 Memphis Tigers Shamrock Showdown
2017 Memphis Tigers Shamrock Showdown
Published: 2017/03/21
Channel: Ryan hoskins
2016 American Football Highlights - Memphis 43, Kansas 7
2016 American Football Highlights - Memphis 43, Kansas 7
Published: 2016/09/17
Channel: AmericanAthleticConf
Memphis Tigers #SCTop10 crazy play
Memphis Tigers #SCTop10 crazy play
Published: 2015/05/22
Channel: AmericanAthleticConf
Craig Randall Memphis Tigers 2016-2017 Season Highlights
Craig Randall Memphis Tigers 2016-2017 Season Highlights
Published: 2017/04/10
Channel: L. Craig Randall
Memphis Football: Inside the Tigers
Memphis Football: Inside the Tigers' Winter/Summer Workouts
Published: 2014/07/17
Channel: Memphis TigerNetwork
Memphis Football: Tige Wrap Camp Lambuth
Memphis Football: Tige Wrap Camp Lambuth
Published: 2017/08/12
Channel: Memphis TigerNetwork
Highlights: Memphis 53, Cincinnati 46
Highlights: Memphis 53, Cincinnati 46
Published: 2015/09/25
Channel: AmericanAthleticConf
D.J. Stephens - Memphis Tigers (2012 Dunk of the Year Nominee)
D.J. Stephens - Memphis Tigers (2012 Dunk of the Year Nominee)
Published: 2012/02/20
Channel: DunksoftheYear
TRACTION CANES BLACK 11U VS  MEMPHIS TIGERS
TRACTION CANES BLACK 11U VS MEMPHIS TIGERS
Published: 2016/03/08
Channel: Ricky LeBlanc
Memphis Tigers return home
Memphis Tigers return home
Published: 2008/04/09
Channel: The Commercial Appeal
2017-01-11 NCAAB Memphis Tigers vs Tulsa Golden Hurricane
2017-01-11 NCAAB Memphis Tigers vs Tulsa Golden Hurricane
Published: 2017/01/15
Channel: ncaa sportsvids
Louisville Cardinals vs. Memphis Tigers - March 01, 2014
Louisville Cardinals vs. Memphis Tigers - March 01, 2014
Published: 2014/03/02
Channel: NCAA Highlights
Memphis Tigers Darrell Henderson 99 yard kickoff return for a TD vs SMU Mustangs
Memphis Tigers Darrell Henderson 99 yard kickoff return for a TD vs SMU Mustangs
Published: 2016/11/05
Channel: MemphisTiger
University of Memphis Tigers C-USA Tournament Highlights 2012
University of Memphis Tigers C-USA Tournament Highlights 2012
Published: 2012/03/14
Channel: SuperbHerbNerd
All-Time Memphis Tigers Team - MVP Derrick Rose - Epic Finish - NBA 2K16 MyTeam
All-Time Memphis Tigers Team - MVP Derrick Rose - Epic Finish - NBA 2K16 MyTeam
Published: 2016/04/09
Channel: Bud22089
NCAA Basketball 10 For The 2016 Season Memphis Tigers vs UCONN Huskies
NCAA Basketball 10 For The 2016 Season Memphis Tigers vs UCONN Huskies
Published: 2016/03/13
Channel: PS2SPORTSINFOSTATION
Memphis Tigers Football Entrance
Memphis Tigers Football Entrance
Published: 2015/10/31
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Memphis Tigers
Logo
University University of Memphis
Conference American Athletic Conference (2013)
Great America Rifle Conference
NCAA Division I
Athletic director Tom Bowen
Location Memphis, Tennessee
Football stadium Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Basketball arena FedExForum
Baseball stadium FedExPark
Soccer stadium Mike Rose Soccer Complex
Other arenas Elma Roane Fieldhouse
Mascot TOM III
Nickname Tigers
Fight song Go, Tigers! Go!
Colors Blue and Gray[1]
         
Website www.gotigersgo.com
Memphis Tigers wordmark.svg
The American logo in Memphis' colors

The Memphis Tigers are the athletic teams that represent the University of Memphis. The teams are members of the American Athletic Conference, except for the rifle team, which is a member of the single-sport Great America Rifle Conference.

Name[edit]

When the Memphis State University first fielded a football team in the fall of 1912, no one had selected a nickname for the squad. Early references to the football team tabbed them only as the Blue and Gray Warriors.

After the final game of the 1914 season, there was a student parade. During this event, several university students shouted, "We fight like Tigers!" The nickname was born. As time passed, the nickname "Tigers" was increasingly used, particularly in campus publications, but did not catch on with the newspapers downtown. They continued to use "the Blue and Gray" when referring to the university.

Under Coach Lester Barnard in 1922, Memphis's football team gave a ring of truth to that old student yell about Tigers. The team adopted a motto – "Every Man a Tiger" – and went on to score 174 points while allowing its opponents just 29 points. The Tiger nickname continued on with students and alumni, eventually being adopted as the official nickname for the University of Memphis in 1939.

Mascot[edit]

The official mascot is TOM III, a live bengal tiger. The university is one of a few schools in the country that keep a live tiger as a mascot, although the practice of live animals serving as university mascots is carried on by a number of other universities.

Varsity sports[edit]

Men's sports Women's sports
Baseball Basketball
Basketball Cross country
Cross country Golf
Football Rifle
Golf Soccer
Rifle Softball
Soccer Tennis
Tennis Track and field
Track and field Volleyball
† – Track and field includes both indoor and outdoor.

Men's basketball[edit]

The Memphis Tigers men's basketball program first gained national prominence when it reached the 1973 NCAA Division I basketball championship game. The Tigers, led by Larry Finch, Larry Kenon, Ronnie Robinson, Bill Cook and others, eventually lost to John Wooden's UCLA Bruins, led by Bill Walton.

The Tigers continued an era of excellence throughout the 1980s and went to the Final Four in 1985 losing to Villanova, the ultimate winner of the tournament. The 1985 Final Four trip has since been vacated by the NCAA due to several recruiting violations committed by head coach Dana Kirk and his staff. Success continued through much of the 1990s. Under head coach John Calipari, the Tigers reached the Elite Eight three years in a row (2006–2008) and those same years won the conference championship, going undefeated in conference play in 2007 and 2008. Their record for those three seasons is 106–9. In 2007, the team was ranked #1 in ESPN's and CBSSports.com Pre-Season Polls and for the first time in 25 years, earned a #1 ranking on Jan. 21, 2008 in both the AP Poll and the ESPN/USA Today Coaches' Poll. The 2008 season took the Tigers to the Final Four where Memphis lost the championship game to the Kansas Jayhawks in overtime, but later the Tigers' season and NCAA tournament appearance were vacated. In 2009, the Tigers entered the NCAA tournament as a No. 2 seed. However, they lost in the Sweet Sixteen to Missouri, 102–91. In April 2009, Josh Pastner was named head coach of the Tigers. He led the Tigers to four NCAA tournament appearances in his first five years, but never advanced past the round of 32 and missed the postseason entirely in his sixth and seventh seasons. In April 2016, a month after he had been named Sporting News Coach of the Year, Tubby Smith was hired as the new head coach of the Tigers.

Perennial rivals include Louisville, American Athletic Conference foe Cincinnati, Ole Miss, UAB, the University of Southern Mississippi, and in-state rival University of Tennessee. The world record holder for the highest slam dunk (12 feet from floor to rim) is a former University of Memphis basketball forward, and current Harlem Globetrotter Michael Wilson. At home, the Tigers play on Beale Street in the state-of-the-art FedExForum.

Women's basketball[edit]

The Memphis Tigers women's basketball team competes in the American Athletic Conference. They previously competed in Conference USA in which they have won two Conference USA conference tournament championships and, prior to that two Metro Conference tournament championships. They play home games at the Elma Roane Fieldhouse and FedExForum.

Men's soccer[edit]

Ever since 1982, the Memphis Men's soccer program has put together a competitive team. The program began in the Great Midwest Conference and then moved to Conference USA in 1995. In 2013, the Tiger's soccer team, and all of the tiger athletics, moved to the new American Athletic Conference. In this new conference, the soccer program and the entirety of the U of M athletics will be challenged by some of the best teams around the country. The Conference USA championship the Tiger's claimed in 2004 is a nice exclamation point for the program's different successes over the years.[2]

Statistics[edit]

Wins Losses Ties Goals For Goals Against
2000 4 2 0 15 8
2001 5 9 0 37 39
2002 10 7 1 47 33
2003 8 8 2 31 29
2004 16 4 1 46 15
2005 8 8 2 46 28
2006 10 8 0 34 29
2007 10 5 4 31 18
2008 6 11 2 20 28
2009 6 7 2 19 21
2010 5 11 1 27 28
2011 11 6 1 37 23
2012 8 7 3 30 25
2013 9 8 1 23 23

[3]

Coach Richie Grant[edit]

In 1999, Richie Grant took over the University of Memphis Soccer Program and has now been at the helm for 14 years. He is the most successful Memphis Soccer coach the university has had since the program started. Grant got his start in collegiate coaching in 1995, taking over the NAIA program at Lambuth University. During his four seasons at Lambuth, Grant won over 50 games and three conference championships.

Coach Grant began his career at Memphis with a below average 7–11–1 record. However, the next season Coach Grant and his team won a then-program record 14 games and finished fourth in the C-USA regular season standings. That 14 win season resulted in Coach Grant receiving his first C-USA Coach of the Year honor in 2000. In 2004 Coach Grant received his second C-USA Coach of the Year award when Memphis won a school-record 16 games, made its first NCAA Tournament appearance since 1993 and had the program's first All-American selection in Daton O'Brien.

As a player, Grant was a three-time NAIA All-America defender and was twice named the NAIA District V Player of the Year at Green Mountain College in Poultney, Vt. Grant received his bachelor's degree in leisure resources and facilities management at Green Mountain College and in 1993 and went on to play one season for the a semi-pro team called the Minnesota Thunder. Coach Grant is married to Lady Tigers soccer assistant coach Jodi Grant and has one daughter and one son.[4]

Stadium[edit]

The Tigers practice and play at the Mike Rose Soccer Complex, which has multiple fields in addition to the 2,500 seat stadium.

Professional players[edit]

Over the course of Memphis Soccer, the program has developed some great players. Five of those players went on to play at the professional level. The players are as follows:

  • Andy Metcalf: 2006 19th Pick in MLS Supplemental Draft by D.C. United, D.C. United (MLS – 2006), Atlanta Silverbacks (2007)
  • Dayton O'Brien: 2006 Third Round (33rd Overall) Pick in the MLS SuperDraft by the Columbus Crew, Columbus Crew (MLS – 2006), Atlanta Silverbacks (2007)
  • Daniel Dobson: Kansas City Wizards (MLS – 2005), Chivas USA
  • Sean Fraser: Calgary Storm, Edmonton Aviators, Toronto Lynx, Edmonton Drillers
  • Michael Coburn: Dundalk FC, Shelbourne FC[5]
  • Omar Jarun: Atlanta Silverbacks (2007), Otawwa Fury FC (2014),

Football[edit]

The University of Memphis football program dates back to 1912.

After decades of independence, the Memphis football program competed in Conference USA until 2013. Then the football team joined the American Athletic Conference. As of December 8, 2011, the team's head coach became Justin Fuente who replaced Larry Porter. The Tigers' home field is 62,380 seat Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium. The U of M played in five bowl games in six seasons from 2003 to 2008. In 2005, the Tigers football team was led in the Motor City Bowl by DeAngelo Williams, a then-senior All-American running back and eventual first-round draft pick by the Carolina Panthers of the NFL.

Men's golf[edit]

The men's golf team has won five conference championship:[6]

Hillman Robbins won the NCAA Championship in 1954.

Memphis Tigers Pom Squad[edit]

The Memphis Tigers Pom Squad is recognized as one of the best collegiate dance squads in the country, having won national championships in 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 2000, 2007, 2008, 2011, and 2012.

Notable alumni[edit]

Recent professional athletes from the University of Memphis include:

Baseball[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Football[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

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