RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Memphis Tigers

A collection of news and information related to Memphis Tigers published by this site and its partners.

Top Memphis Tigers Articles

Displaying items 111-121
  • Antonio Barton leaving Memphis; Montray Clemons headed to junior college

    Antonio Barton leaving Memphis; Montray Clemons headed to junior college
    Former Lake Clifton point guard Antonio Barton is considering his options after receiving his release from Memphis on Monday. Anthony “Doodie” Lewis, Barton’s AAU coach at Cecil Kirk, said the junior plans to graduate from Memphis this...
  • Could Antonio Barton be the answer to Maryland's point guard issues?

    Could Antonio Barton be the answer to Maryland's point guard issues?
    It is no secret that Maryland coach Mark Turgeon has a need for an experienced point guard  next season. With the recent departure of rising senior Pe’Shon Howard, the Terps have four scholarships available. It is also no secret that former Lake...
  • Take the Points: College Football Conference Championship Game Picks

    Take the Points: College Football Conference Championship Game Picks
    This past weekend, we witnessed one of the most shocking football-related things I've ever seen.  No, I'm not talking about Alabama-Auburn, I'm talking about the death of Paul Walker.  Lance Harbor is dead, man!  Between that and the possibility of seeing...
  • Terps Trio: Antonio Barton, Red-White game impressions, spring AAU circuit

    Terps Trio: Antonio Barton, Red-White game impressions, spring AAU circuit
     Baltimore Sun reporter Don Markus, intern and Diamondback co-sports editor Josh Vitale, and editor Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. Should Mark Turgeon go after Antonio Barton to play point guard...
  • Friday's local college roundup: ODU dogs Tribe with four-run ninth, wins 6-5

    Baseball: Old Dominion scored four ninth-inning runs, the last two on Josh Eldridge’s bases-loaded hit, to beat William and Mary 6-5 in a series opener in Norfolk. With some dogs around Bud Metheny Complex, the Monarchs prevailed on "Bark in...
  • UConn 2013 Football Schedule

    Season: Overall 0-3, American Athletic Conference 0-0 Aug. 29: Towson, L, 33-18 Sept. 14: Maryland, L, 32-21 Sept. 21: Michigan, L, 24-21 Saturday, Sept. 28: at Buffalo, 3:30 p.m., ESPN3 Conference: Mid American Conference Last season: 4-8,...
  • Antonio Barton says Maryland is one of a few programs he's seriously considering

    Antonio Barton says Maryland is one of a few programs he's seriously considering
    Antonio Barton’s trip home to Baltimore in a couple of weeks will center around the birthday party for his daughter, Skyy, who is turning 4. The visit will also include a meeting with Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon, Barton...
  • Antonio Barton picks Tennessee, spurning Maryland

    Antonio Barton picks Tennessee, spurning Maryland
    After announcing last month that he was leaving Memphis, Antonio Barton said he thought Maryland “would be a good fit” in order to finish his college basketball career. After meeting with Terps coach Mark Turgeon and members of the team on a...
  • CAA basketball coaches believe league improved and will rise again

    BALTIMORE — The USS Constellation and Inner Harbor in the background and crab soup on the menu, the Colonial Athletic Association's preseason basketball media gathering had an understandably different vibe. Coaches and officials gathered at a...
  • Take the Points: College Football Week 9 Picks

    Take the Points: College Football Week 9 Picks
    Last week we witnessed a crazy barrage of upsets.  Clemson, LSU, Texas A&M, Louisville, UCLA, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida all fell to supposedly inferior opponents.  That Florida State-Clemson game was especially insane.  All week long I’...
  • Moneyball Jr.: Baseball for minors looks a lot like the Majors

    The nation's newest elite baseball players are courted like free agents, flown cross-country for big games and featured on TV.Bidding wars break out over the most coveted stars, who resemble Major Leaguers in many ways. Except for their age. At the...