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MSL Podcast: Best Memphis Burger Fest Weekend 2014

HOUR 1: (Segment 1) Kevin Cerrito and Marcus Hunter recap the week’s biggest stories during the Starting 5. (Segment 2) It’s KeVinsanity when The Memphis Flyer’s  Kevin Lipe calls in for his weekly segment to talk everything Grizzlies including the team's ranking in ESPN … [Read More...]

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Week 4 TAM Rankings 2014: Mississippi State Remains Second Despite Big Win

Well, well, well. How about those Mississippi State Bulldogs? Led by star quarterback Dak Prescott and a stingy defense, Dan Mullin’s boys won in … [Read More...]

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Throwback Thursday: Classic Memphis Wrestling set for Minglewood Hall tonight

Tonight is the big night!  Memphis Wildfire Wrestling returns to Minglewood Hall for an event entitled "Long Live the King" – a tribute and … [Read More...]

DREAM FULFILLED --- Though Jackson State was dealt a lopsided 35-7 loss to Tennessee State in Saturday's Southern Heritage Classic, Memphian Kaye Davis still was left smiling and gazing into the blue skies as her son, JSU's Maurio Batts, took part in what was an exuberant performance during the halftime’s “Battle of the Bands.”

Memphian Kaye Davis celebrates September 11 birthdays of son, older brother

No doubt, the 2001 September 11 terrorist attacks on New York City will forever be labeled a day of infamy in United States history. But for … [Read More...]

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Dallas couple moved by DeAngelo Williams’ unique tribute to his late mother

IRVING, Texas --- On the afternoon of September 7, LaTisha Jarrett figured she’d watch an NFL game with her husband, Otis. What she witnessed … [Read More...]

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2014 M Awards: Favorite Team

The Grizzlies are your favorite team and it is not even close.  Maybe it is the personalities, or perhaps it is the fact that they won 50 plus games … [Read More...]

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First-Ever Grizzlies Trivia Nights Debut In Memphis This Week

  Hey Grizz Nation, Do you miss basketball season already? For the 1st time ever, now you can test your knowledge of Grit & Grind by playing Memphis Grizzlies Trivia with Kevin Cerrito featuring Grizz themed prizes like paintings from Art by Exelbierd. Choose which night you want to play: Wednesday, 6/25 at Tamp & […]

TEXAS SIZE STAGE --- The Wildcats' 9-and-under AAU squad is taking part in a tournament this weekend in Dallas that features an array of Mid-South-area teams.

Former Tiger standout Ernest Smith emerging as a fixture on AAU coaching circuit

DALLAS — Ernest Smith was a force on the Memphis basketball circuit in the mid-1980s when he was a high-flying star at Whitehaven High. Today, the former Memphis State standout is putting his coaching techniques to test as a coach of the Memphis Wildcats AAU 9-and-under team. For Smith, who starred at small forward for […]

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Quarterback instructor Joe Dickinson having huge impact on Mid-South-area players

For Joe Dickinson, New Year’s Day essentially is a time of reflection. Among the reasons is that he has the luxury of watching a number of the nation’s premiere quarterbacks, many of whom he trained intensely long before they entered the collegiate ranks. “You’re just happy that you can give something back to the game,” […]

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Preview: Ole Miss vs. Vanderbilt

Let me begin by saying that my prediction of Ole Miss vs. Boise St. was pretty much spot on. Ugly first half, Ole Miss pulls away late, scores a touchdown to make it look worse than it was, 34-17 final score. Everything I said would happen did, and I was only one point off on […]

GOD'S FACILITATOR --- For years, Tony Harris graced Memphis with his basketball prowess, a trend ultimately led to him earning a full fledge scholarship to the University of Tennessee. Today, the former East High star is giving back to the community as founder of the Tony Harris Basketball Academy. (Photo submitted by Tony Harris)

Former Vols basketball star Tony Harris earns degree, gives back to community

  Tony Harris decided to call it a career after playing professional basketball overseas for approximately seven years. It didn’t take long for the former University of Tennessee standout to return to Knoxville to complete the final 36 hours of his undergraduate studies. Harris, a native Memphian, earned his degree in Psychology with a minor […]

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The Absurdity of Preseason College Football Rankings

It is an understatement to say that Americans love football, especially collegiate football.  As a society, we are infatuated by the sport, craving it morning, noon, and night year round. To suggest that anything could possibly be wrong with the sport seems like the most severe form of blasphemy there is.  After all, most of […]