The University of Memphis Tigers football team is one of the most successful football programs in the State of Tennessee. The Tigers have been playing football since 1912 and have won over 430 games in their history. To go along with the large number of wins, Memphis has also won 4 conference titles, and played in 6 bowl games. The Tigers have been on a rapid rise through the college football ranks since 1995 and the recent move to the American Athletic Conference has put them in the national spotlight. Some of the most memorable players in college football have worn the Tigers Blue and Gray, including DeAngelo Williams, Charles Greenhill, Dave Casinelli, and Issac Bruce. Game days at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium are a wave of enthusiasm with fans from all over the country coming to the capital of Tiger nation to cheer UM on to another victory. Before the game the Tiger Lane tailgating is some of the best in the AAC and is a great way to share food, drinks, and tiger spirit with your friends and family. Look for Tom the tiger down on the sideline and be prepared to sing, “Go Tigers Go,” early and often. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Memphis Tigers football tickets.
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Memphis Tigers Football at Liberty Bowl Stadium Address: 335 South Hollywood Street Memphis, Tennessee, 38104
The University of Memphis Tigers football team plays their home games at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium in Memphis, Tennessee. Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium has been home to the Tigers since 1965 and can seat over 60,000 fans. The stadium has one of the most unique profiles of any stadium in the country with the southwest side of the bowl being taller than the northeast and both sides rolling down at the end zones. Named after the Liberty Bowl which is hosted at the site, the stadium also serves as memorial to all the citizens of Memphis who served in WWI, WWII, and the Korean War. One of the largest stadiums in the AAC, Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium is known for being very loud and rambunctious. The Memphis Tigers home bench is on the Liberty Bowl Stadium sideline with sections . Liberty Bowl Stadium parking information is covered in our Tigers event guide.
Memphis vs. Southern Miss
One of the oldest rivalries for the Tigers, this matchup is referred to as the Black and Blue Bowl in reference to the colors of both schools. The name is fitting to the style of hard noised style of play that has predominantly featured throughout the series history. The first matchup between the schools was in 1935, and has been played over 60 times since. The rivalry was on the schedule almost every year from 1952-2012, but with the Tigers move to the AAC the future of the matchup is in question.
Memphis vs. UAB
Dating back to 1997, this rivalry has been one of the rising games on the Tigers schedule. The Tigers and Blazers have squared off on the gridiron 15 times over their history, with many of the games being decided by 10 points or less. This matchup has one of the most unique trophies in college football which features a rack of ribs attached to a base. This trophy has led to the series being dubbed the Battle for the Bones and has created additional excitement and buzz surrounding the game.
Memphis vs. Ole Miss
One of the most contested rivalries in Tigers history, the game with Ole Miss has been played consistently since 1921. The Tigers and Rebels have met on the football field over 55 times in a series that has seen Memphis struggle. The Tigers look to ride the momentum of moving to the AAC and turn the tide in the rivalry. With games scheduled through 2017, look for this matchup to grow in importance and excitement over the next few years.
2011 Memphis Football Preview
Memphis had one of the worst seasons of any team in the country in 2010, stumbling to a 1-11 finish and ranking toward the bottom in most important categories. However, coach Larry Porter may have the depth of talent and experience on this year's Tiger team to bring them back to respectability.
One of the biggest strengths of Memphis' offense is their wide receiving corps. Led by Marcus Rucker and Curtis Johnson, the Tigers could put up some points, or at least improve on last year's anemic showing. Andy Summerlin is a newcomer at quarterback, and while it may take some time to break him in, he has a lot of potential.
The Memphis defense will have to improve over last year's, and it all starts with the defensive line, which will be led by defensive lineman Frank Trotter. However, the Tigers will have to step it up in the defensive backfield, and will be looking for big things out of their secondary. That might be easier said than done, though, as they will be relying on a slew of youngsters that have yet to prove themselves.
2010 Memphis Football Preview
Coach Larry Porter has his work cut out for him entering the 2010 season to prove that the Memphis Tigers are as menacing as their name suggests. The team hasn't won a bowl game since 2005 and finished last season with a 2-10 record - the worst in Conference USA East. But the refreshing part about a brand new season is that last year's numbers don't matter. Now with a little more experience under his belt, Tigers quarterback Will Hudgens will return to the team after making progress in 2009.
Joining Hudgens will be a class of new recruits that Memphis fans hope can help their team turn the page and mount a winning season. New recruit Lonnie Ballentine can straight out fly for a man of 6'3'', and his athleticism and natural abilities can lend themselves well to either the safety or wide receiver position. In addition, new outside guard Johnnie Farms will give Hudgens a cushion to work with by holding off opponents with what's rumored to be raw power.
Memphis' season opens at Mississippi State on September 4, and some big games follow. On October 16th, Tom, the team's real-life tiger mascot, will be on hand when Memphis takes on their biggest rival, Southern Miss, in the Black and Blue Bowl.
2009 Memphis Football Preview
The Memphis Tigers should have an exciting football in 2009. Memphis Head Coach Tommy West will be looking to get their spread offense going and put some points on the scoreboard. If the Tigers offense doesn't sputter, then watch out for Memphis to win some games. West and his squad should easily improve upon on their 6-7 record from 2008.
2008 Memphis Football Preview
The Memphis Tigers football program has established itself in recent years as a team that has to be reckoned with in the Conference USA. Head coach Tommy West looks to have found a solid home at Memphis and Tiger fans will fill the Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium in Memphis this coming season to cheer on their team to conference honors and another bowl bid.