Zak and Mason are joined by Subbi from Theater In College Hoops to discuss how the Memphis freshmen fared in their inaugural season of CBB. The guys compare the Memphis kids to those freshmen who were ranked near them coming out of high school. The results may be surprising to some fans of Penny’s Tigers.
This season has played out much differently than expected, but for those of us who are die hard Memphis fans, now is a chance to prove our devotion.
The Memphis Tigers look to put their tough loss to Oregon in hindsight as they take on Alcorn State at home on Saturday. Let’s take a deep dive into some stats from the Tigers’ first three games and figure out how to avoid future missteps.
The Backdoor Cut Crew assembles their cash in duffle bags to talk 1994’s college hoops scandal classic: Blue Chips (starring our beloved Penny Hardaway).
We talk Kansas’ middle finger to the NCAA and then their subsequent apology. Apparently someone from Staten Island tried fixing a game back in December of 2018? We also sit down with the Memphis boys to talk the Tiger’s upcoming season and then round it out with Hugs.
If you’re a Memphis native, citizen, or Tigers basketball fan, you need to immediately read this article that was published on The Athletic and inject
The guys get together to discuss Shams’ recent tweet that set Grizzlies and NBA Twitter on fire. In addition to that, Jonathan Tjarks recent article on The Ringer strike a cord regarding youth on Team USA. Also, college ‘crooting season is open and we’ve scrounged the internet to keep you updated on Penny’s recent pursuits.
On September 9th, the fall NCAA basketball recruiting period opened up and coaches fired up the private jets to traverse the country in hopes of moving one step closer to landing that potential program-changing prospect.
Terrence Clarke, one of the top prospects in the class of 2021, has openly expressed interest in the University of Memphis and coach Penny Hardaway for some time now.
Peach Jam is underway and Penny Hardaway and his staff have interest in another prospect from Team Why Not.