Mason takes you through the first 3 games of the Tigers 2019 campaign. He discusses which players have stepped up so far this season, as well as who he expects more from as the season progresses. Of course, Mase came with plenty of stats for Tiger fans to chew on, but most importantly he’s just happy to be 3-0.
The Tigers rushed for 312 yards, with two 100-yard rushers and Brady White connected with 3 different receivers for each of his touchdown passes. The Memphis defense held South Alabama to just 3.8 yards per play in a strong performance from Adam Fuller’s unit.
Record setting University of Memphis running back Darrell Henderson announced on Wednesday that he will not play a senior season in blue and grey, choosing instead to enter the NFL draft.
Memphis started off hot, but for the second time this season, fell to UCF.
Memphis looks to extend a 12-game home winning streak and end an 11-game losing streak to UCF.
Memphis travels to New Orleans to play Tulane with both teams looking for their first conference win.
Memphis held a 21-9 lead early in the 4th quarter, but turnovers, questionable play-calling, and their inability to convert and 3rd down proved too much to overcome in the heartbreaking loss to Navy.
After beating Mercer handily to open the season, the Tigers travel to Annapolis to take on AAC foe Navy to open conference play.
A look back at Memphis’ opener against Mercer and a look ahead to their upcoming road test at Navy.
Patrick Taylor, Darrell Henderson, and Tony Pollard lead the way for a loaded RB group. Pollard is also the returning AAC Special Teams Player of the Year.