After a 2-10 season in 2006, Memphis is hungry for a better performance this year.
The Bottom 10 hits the punk scene in its latest look at the bottom of the college football barrel.
There are a couple of difficult head versus heart choices in the opening weekend of 2006, writes Bruce Feldman.
The quest for offensive balance coupled with increased specialization has ushered in the era of the Incredible Shrinking Tailback, writes Ivan Maisel.
The stage is set for a realistic shot at another winning season and a fourth consecutive bowl trip for Memphis.
Memphis running back DeAngelo Williams picked up five yards rushing two days after his already standout performance in the Motor City Bowl.
DeAngelo Williams set an NCAA record with his 34th 100-yard rushing game and scored three touchdowns, leading Memphis to a 38-31 victory over Akron in the Motor City Bowl on Monday.
Memphis running back DeAngelo Williams set an NCAA record with his 34th 100-yard rushing game Monday against Akron in the Motor City Bowl.
A reason to watch the Motor City Bowl? It'll mark the last time you see DeAngelo Williams in a Memphis uniform.
DeAngelo Williams closed out his Memphis career with 127 yards and two touchdowns Saturday as the Tigers became bowl-eligible for the third consecutive year with a 26-3 victory over Marshall.
Southern California's Reggie Bush, Washington State's Jerome Harrison and DeAngelo Williams of Memphis were selected finalists Wednesday for the Doak Walker Award honoring the nation's top running back.
Todd McShay breaks down the best players in college football in his innaugural All-Film team.
Tennessee 20, Memphis 16
UAB 37, Memphis 20
While Brad Smith and DeAngelo Williams are on the rise this week, Auburn kicker John Vaughn's stock has taken a hit.
Memphis 27, East Carolina 24