The University of Memphis football team closed up its 2014 spring drills with the annual Blue-Gray game in front of 7,400 fans at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium Friday night.
Football - The University of Memphis football team went through a brisk, hour-plus workout Thursday afternoon at the Billy J. Murphy Athletic Complex to wrap up spring practices.
Season tickets for the 2014 University of Memphis football season are now on sale.
Social Wall for the 2014 Memphis Football Spring Game - Friday Night Stripes. Interact with fans leading up to and during the event.
Thursday will mark the final practice scheduled for the Billy J. Murphy Complex for the Memphis football team prior to spring camp culminating Friday night with the Blue-Gray Spring Game at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium.
Memphis' defense set the tone early while Sam Craft caught a pair of Paxton Lynch touchdown passes during the last spring scrimmage before next week's Blue-Gray Spring Game.
Former University of Memphis Tiger Marcus Ball has signed a three-year contract to play for the New Orleans Saints.
With one practice in the books this week, the University of Memphis football program will continue with its final, full week of spring drills with a Thursday practice and a final scrimmage on Saturday ahead of next week's Blue-Gray Spring Game.
Set to be played under the lights of Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium on Friday, April 11, the University of Memphis' annual Blue-Gray Spring Football Game will be a community event which will go beyond providing fans just an opportunity to see the Tigers close out spring...
The American Athletic Conference announced on Tuesday the University of Memphis' football game at Temple will be played on Friday, Nov. 7th. The game will be televised by ESPNU.
Football - 3/29/2014
Memphis' defense dictated the pace early as the Tigers' wrapped up the third week of spring drills with a Saturday morning scrimmage.
The University of Memphis wrapped up its second week of spring drills Saturday with a scrimmage which saw the offense break free for some big plays but the Tigers' defensive unit rally to force field goals or no points at all during every drive into the red zone.