Zak and Mason painfully remember the 40-point loss to Tulsa and the struggling offense before looking ahead to the matchup with SMU on Saturday. The guys close by predicting the rest of the Tigers conference games and give their thoughts on the rest of the season.
Fresh off a victory on the road against UCF, the Cincinnati Bearcats (10-6, 3-1) established their first win streak since early December with back-to-back wins.
The Tigers look to vanquish their third SEC foe of the season against potential #1 NBA draft pick Anthony Edwards and the Georgia Bulldogs.
SPECIAL POD: Memphis marches (they flew) across the state to steal a win in big orange country against a top-20 Tennessee Volunteer team. In this short episode I discuss some of the more impactful facts of the game and relish in Memphis’ first road victory over a ranked team since 2014.
Zak dives into the highly anticipated Tennessee – Memphis matchup taking place this weekend. He gives his perspective on the likelihood of the series stopping next year and also gives his keys to the game on Saturday.
Teams ranked number 1 are 6-4 on the year. 4 losses. The ball hasn’t even dropped yet in Times Square and FOUR TEAMS RANKED #1 HAVE ALREADY LOST! We discuss who was more disappointing: Louisville or Maryland? Also it seems that Penn State always somehow pulls off one upset each year at home during the middle of the week. We give credit to Baylor and Butler after their exciting finish in Waco. Shark talks some Ewing Theory, McClung and the Tennessee tilt in Knoxville. We also make quick predictions for Gonzaga @ Arizona and Oregon @ Michigan. Then we discuss who would win in a tag team wrestling match: The Miller Brothers or the Hurley Brothers. Lastly it’s Where am I? and Hugs.
The Tigers travel across the state to play the Volunteers on Saturday. Even without James Wiseman, this should be an exciting matchup between two top twenty programs. Here I break down the scouting report on the Vols and give a roster rundown as well.
Zak and Sam (and Harper) get together to talk Tigers hoops and discuss a gamut of topics:
– Recap Bradley game
– Discuss team MVP so far
– Why can’t Memphis bigs set a screen?
– Lack of defensive rebounding
– Is the court hokey?
– Preview UAB
Can Memphis rebound (particularly on defense) from an unseemly game against Bradley as they travel to Birmingham to meet an old foe?
Inside you’ll find a scouting report on the Blazers plus a few names to add to your recruitment tracker.
Zak flies solo to give his thoughts on the Tigers’ Triumphant Thanksgiving (yes, the alliteration was on purpose). He also previews the 5-2 Bradley team that Memphis hosts on Tuesday, with one Brave making his homecoming to the Bluff City.