The Black Bear Rises

Ole Miss made some important changes this season replacing long time mascot and Rebel fan favorite Colonel Reb with a new mascot, Rebel Black Bear.  Some fans are struggling to come to terms with the fact that Colonel Reb is gone and that is to be expected. After all, nobody got the crowd going at an Ole Miss football game like Colonel Reb.  While Colonel Reb’s ability to motivate the fans was great, the success of Ole Miss on the football field was minimal.  Since the Colonel appeared on the sidelines in 1979, Ole Miss has not won a national championship or an SEC title.  The football team’s record with Colonel Reb on the sideline is an unimpressive 140-134-4, finishing ranked only five times with him on the sidelines of Vaught-Hemingway Stadium from 1979-2003.

Even with all the years of futility under Colonel Reb’s watch some Ole Miss fans are refusing to give Rebel Black Bear a chance.  Few mascots are more beloved than Colonel Reb, but even fewer mascots carry the racial stigma that he does.

Ole Miss fans have always been slower than most to accept change, and you do not have to look too far in the past to see examples of their stubborn nature.  In 1997 when then chancellor Robert Khayat banned sticks from the stadium in an attempt to keep confederate flags out of sporting events, Ole Miss fans responded the same way.  Even though Coach Tommy Tuberville said openly on several occasions that the confederate flags make it difficult to recruit blue-chip black athletes. Fans hid behind a misguided sense of tradition and fought the decision every step of the way, just like they are doing now with Colonel Reb.  Supporters are now trying to pass a measure to put Colonel Reb on the 2012 election ballot to get him reinstated as the schools official mascot.

Do the die hard traditionalist fans at Ole Miss not see that the traditions are making it difficult to recruit black athletes?  Young and talented black people are turned off by images of a plantation owner as a mascot, the confederate flag, and “Dixie”.  Ole Miss is losing top recruits because the school has not progressed with the times, and when the school does try and progress fans behave in such a way that it leaves a sour taste in the mouths of people across the country, hurting the perception of the university.

Maybe Rebel Black Bear is the mascot they need to get the job done at Ole Miss.  He is a ferocious beast, does not offend anybody, and he has a great back story involving former president Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt. After all, Colonel Reb’s tenure at Ole Miss was not as successful as some might think on the field, and off the field he served as a reminder of our nations painful past.

CJ Hurt covers college football for MemphiSport. Follow him @churtj09 for live tweets from games.

Photo by JD Meredith.

Big Jack’s Rhymes: The Tigers Can’t Lose This Week

The losses are piling up with no end in sight
But this Saturday, by golly, we just might

See that streak come to a screeching halt
And this Tiger fans y’all can take to the vault:

We will not lose-stand up and cheer
It’ll be he best weekend of the year.

Strike the band- let’s all celebrate
You see my friends we have an open date.

On second thought I think that somewhere I read
It’s possible that Open Date might cover the spread.

Yeah our team is bad this we all know
Still let’s hear it once more — Go Tigers Go.


Written by Jack Eaton on 10/30/11. “Big” Jack can be heard every Friday at 8am on KWAM 990 alongside former County Commissioner John Willingham. He was recently inducted into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.

Big Jack’s Rhymes: Feelin’ Sorry

As a long time Rebel fan… Great Caesar’s ghost
Auburn just knocked us from pillar to post.

We gave ’em a game for a while but it didn’t last
And in the second half, we faded away… really fast.

Is it the  coach,the players or maybe a little of each
Blaming the Chancellor may be too much of a reach.

Our football program is so bad,there’s so much we lack
The question among the alumni is- “Can we ever come back.”

The Rebels will come back but not with what’s at hand
Someone has to assert themselves and take a stand.

We need a Johnny Vaught type, a leader if you please
But unfortunately guys like that don’t grow on trees.

But the sooner we begin looking the quicker the start
We will find him and then the alumni will do their part.

Give him what he needs – turn him loose
Show that ‘ol Rebel spirit- plug in the juice.

So come on Rebel fans join with the crowd
Lets make Jake Gibbs and Archie really proud.

Let’s send a message-hear us roar
We’ll be the SEC’s doormat never more…


Written by Jack Eaton on 10/30/11. “Big” Jack can be heard every Friday at 8am on KWAM 990 alongside former County Commissioner John Willingham. He was recently inducted into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.

MSL: 10.29.11

Hour 1:

Marcus Hunter returns and cohosts the show with Ben Hogan recapping the week’s big stories in the Starting 5. Plus, Jeff Hulett stops by to talk about the Race for Grace.

AUDIO: Click here to listen to Hour 1 of the 10.29.11 MSL

Hour 2:

Kevin Cerrito joins the guys to talk about sports themed Halloween costume ideas, Taylor Swift, Woohoos and Boos, and more. Plus, Tiger basketball tickets are given away in another edition of Hang Up & Listen.

AUDIO: Click here to listen to Hour 2 of the 10.29.11 MSL

Kevin Cerrito and Marcus Hunter host MemphiSport Live (MSL) every Saturday from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm on Sports 56 WHBQ. MSL was voted 3rd Best Sports Radio Show in the 2010 & 2011 Memphis Flyer Best of Memphis poll.   

Follow the MSL hosts on Twitter @cerrito @marcus_hunter

Big Jack’s Rhymes: A Pirates Fan in Cardinal Country

At last the Cardinals can truthfully say
Stand aside we are champions of all we survey.

However as a Pirates fan it’s a pain in the butt
All I can think to say: so freakin’ what!

And when it’s the Cardinals vs Texas I’ll confess
That I care, please believe, a whole lot less.

But this year I did become slightly involved
And I thought about it until the problem was solved.

It concerned Albert Pujols and what would he do
Would he stay in St. Louis or try something new.

I hear he wants 30M to stay… bless my soul
That’s almost the entire Pirates payroll.

He had one great game where he really got hot
But other than he didn’t do diddley squat.

But I think he will leave the Cardinals and strange as it seems
End up with the Red Sox eating those Boston beans.

The BoSox can afford him and I can dream
You see, Boston in my favorite American League team.

So Albert let me make one thing perfectly clear,
Please… oh, please put St. Louis in your rear view mirror.


Written by Jack Eaton on 10/29/11. “Big” Jack can be heard every Friday at 8am on KWAM 990 alongside former County Commissioner John Willingham. He was recently inducted into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame.

TAMs Teams go 5-2 this week, Arkansas remains No. 1

It was another exciting week for our TAM teams as they went a combined 5-2 with the two losses belonging to Ole Miss who played fellow TAM team Arkansas and Tennessee who lost to the No. 1 ranked Crimson Tide.  Southern Miss is now bowl eligible and in control of their destiny in C-USA thanks to another conference loss by Marshall.  Vandy won big over Army keeping their bowl hopes alive. Mississippi State is coming off a bye week and hopefully the Bulldogs have fixed their offensive issues.  Both TAM ranking bottom dwellers won this week with Memphis beating Tulane and MTSU beating Florida Atlantic.  This week’s most disappointing team is Tennessee who has lost three straight games and is 0-4 in SEC play so far this season.  Without further ado, the TAMs Rankings for the week of October 26, 2011…

Rankings compiled by MemphiSport. Updated every Wednesday.

1.  Arkansas (6-1): Last week No. 1
The Razorbacks survived a scare against fellow TAM team Ole Miss this Saturday to improve to 6-1 on the year and become bowl eligible.  They remain a unanimous number one selection by the voters of the TAM rankings and the No. 10 team in the BCS.  Should Arkansas win out they will be in a BCS bowl, but that means beating one of the best teams in the nation and archrival LSU.  Coach Petrino is 2-1 against LSU in his tenure at Arkansas and another win against the Bayou Bengals will make Arkansas a BCS at-large selection for the second consecutive year.  Arkansas plays fellow TAM team Vanderbilt on Saturday and then they play the No. 13 Gamecocks.

Last Game: W 29-25 vs. Ole Miss @ Vaught-Hemingway Stadium
Next Game:  vs. Vanderbilt @Vanderbilt Stadium
Best Win:  42-38 vs. Texas A&M @ Cowboy Stadium
Worst Loss:  38-14 vs. Alabama @ Bryant-Denny Stadium
Wins Against TAMs Teams: 1 (Ole Miss)
Losses Against TAMs Teams:0

2.  Southern Mississippi (6-1):  Last week No. 2
Southern Miss throttled SMU on Saturday holding the Mustang offense to just four first downs and three points.  With Central Florida losing to lowly UAB and Marshall losing again in C-USA play the Golden Eagles are in the drivers seat in the eastern half of the conference.  Their next game is on the road against a UTEP squad that is on a two game winning streak.  Nothing is guaranteed in college football, but Southern Miss should win out and represent the East in the C-USA championship game.

Last Game:  W 27-3 vs. SMU @ M.M. Roberts Stadium
Next Game: vs. UTEP @ Sun Bowl Stadium
Best Win:  30-24 vs. Virginia @ Scott Stadium
Worst Loss:  26-20 vs. Marshall @ Joan C. Edwards Stadium
Wins Against TAMs Teams: 0
Losses Against TAMs Teams: 0

3.  Mississippi State (3-4):  Last week No. 3
Mississippi State is coming off of a bye week and looking for their first SEC win of the year against a struggling Kentucky team that has the fourth worst passing attack in the nation and averages less than 7 points per game in conference play.  The Bulldog defense is looking to be the latest SEC defense to shut down the Wildcats as Mississippi State is only giving up 19 points per game and has allowed more than 24 points just once this season.  A win against Kentucky will go a long way towards making Mississippi State bowl eligible, but if the Bulldogs are going to turn their season around Coach Mullin is going to have to beat an SEC West foe not named Ole Miss, something he has not done since becoming head coach in 2008.

Last Game: L 14-12 vs. South Carolina @ Davis Wade Stadium
Next Game:  vs. Kentucky @ Commonwealth Stadium
Best Win: 59-14 vs. Memphis @ Liberty Bowl
Worst Loss:  24-10 vs. Georgia @ Sanford Stadium
Wins Against TAMs Teams: 1 (Memphis)
Losses Against TAMs Teams: 0

4.  Vanderbilt (4-3):  Last week No. 6
The Commodores moved up two spots this week after snapping a three game losing streak Saturday against Army to improve to 3-0 out of conference.  Vanderbilt’s SEC record on the other hand is a woeful 1-3 and this Saturday’s contest is against conference foe and fellow TAM team Arkansas.  If Vanderbilt is going to stand a chance of winning the game they must continue to force turnovers and find a way to move the ball through the air.  Their schedule the rest of the season is very manageable and Vandy should be bowl eligible when it is all said and done.

Last Game:  W 44-21 vs. Army @ Vanderbilt Stadium
Next Game:  vs. Arkansas@ Vanderbilt Stadium
Best Win:  30-7 vs. Ole Miss @ Vanderbilt Stadium
Worst Loss: 34-0 vs. Alabama @ Bryant-Denny Stadium
Wins Against TAMs Teams: 1 (Ole Miss)
Losses Against TAMs Teams: 0

5.  Tennessee (3-4): Last week No. 4
Tennessee was tied with the Crimson Tide at the end of the first half on Saturday6-6 and apparently thopught the game was over.  Alabama on the other hand, reminded the Vols that there are two halves to a football game and scored 31 unanswered second half points to absolutely demolish the Vols by a score of 31-6.  This season is one Vol fans are anxious to forget as they have lost to all three of their major rivals (Florida, Alabama, and Georgia) and are in danger of not being bowl eligible.  The Vols play No. 13 South Carolina this weekend followed by three consecutive weeks of TAM opponents starting with MTSU.

Last Game:  L 37-6 vs. Alabama @ Bryant-Denny Stadium
Next Game:  vs. South Carolina @ Neyland Stadium
Best Win: 45-23 vs. Cincinnati @ Neyland Stadium
Worst Loss:  37-6 vs. Alabama @ Bryant-Denny Stadium
Wins Against TAMs Teams: 0
Losses Against TAMs Teams: 0

6.   Arkansas State (5-2): Last week No. 5
Since Arkansas State played a Tuesday night game they were off on Saturday, but the Red Wolves will be back in action this Saturday against a North Texas team that is giving up 32.5 points per game.  The Red Wolves remain undefeated in Sun Belt play and need only one more win to be bowl eligible. Arkansas State is riding a four game winning streak and has cemented themselves as the best team in the Sun Belt.  You can never overlook an opponent in college football, but a trip to the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl might be on the line on November 12 when they play Louisiana- Lafayette.

Last Game:  W 34-16 vs.Florida International @ ASU Stadium
Next Game:  vs. North Texas @ ASU Stadium
Best Win:  47-3 vs.Memphis @ ASU Stadium
Worst Loss:  26-7 vs. Virginia Tech @ Lane Stadium
Wins Against TAMs Teams: 1 (Memphis)
Losses Against TAMs Teams: 0

7.  Ole Miss (2-5):  Last week No. 7
Ole Miss lost a heartbreaker toArkansas Saturday, a game that they led going into halftime before allowing 19 unanswered points in the third quarter.  That loss makes ten straight losses for Ole Miss against SEC opponents and Coach Nutt’s seat continues to get hotter with every passing week.  Things do not get any easier for the Rebels as they go on the road to take on the defending BCS champion Auburn Tigers on Saturday.  The Rebels are two more losses away from not being bowl eligible which would be the second straight year Ole Miss has not gone to a bowl.

Last Game: L 29-24 vs. Arkansas @ Vaught-Hemmingway Stadium
Next Game: vs. Auburn @ Jordan-Hare Stadium
Best Win:  38-28 vs. Fresno State @ Bulldog Stadium
Worst Loss:  14-13 vs. BYU @ Vaught-Hemingway Stadium
Wins Against TAMs Teams: 0
Losses Against TAMs Teams: 2 (Vanderbilt and Arkansas)

8.  MTSU (2-4): Last week No. 8
MTSU won their first conference game of the season against a Florida Atlantic team that is one of two teams in the FBS to still not have a win.  The Blue Raiders play Louisiana-Lafayette and then it is a showdown with fellow TAM team Tennessee who will be desperate for a win.  Logan Kilgore is still lighting opponents up through the air, but unless he gets some help on the defensive side of the ball MTSU can kiss any hopes of making a bowl goodbye.

Last Game:  W 38-14 vs. Florida Atlantic @ FAU Football Stadium
Next Game:   vs. Louisiana-Lafayette @ Floyd Stadium
Best Win: 38-31 vs. Memphis @ Johnny Floyd Stadium
Worst Loss:  49-21 vs. Georgia Tech @ Johnny Floyd Stadium
Wins Against TAMs Teams: 1 (Memphis)
Losses Against TAMs Teams: 0

9.  Memphis (2-6):  Last week No. 9
The Tiger’s 16 game conference losing streak was snapped on Saturday as Memphis knocked off Tulane 33-17. Memphis has now doubled their win total from last year and gets to play a Central Florida group who just lost to UAB, the worst team in C-USA.  After their game against UCF Memphis will get to take on UAB in a game that is sure to be a battle of futility, but should the Tigers beat UAB Coach Porter will have tripled his win total from the year prior.

Last Game: W 33-17 vs. Tulane @ Tulane Stadium
Next Game:  vs. Central Florida @ BH Networks Stadium
Best Win: 33-17 vs. Tulane @ Tulane Stadium
Worst Loss:  47-3 vs. Arkansas State @ ASU Stadium
Wins Against TAMs Teams: 0
Losses Against TAMs Teams: 3 (Miss St., Arkansas State, MTSU)


The Mid-South is full of fans with allegiances to different area college football programs. Which FBS program in the three states surrounding the Memphis area is the best? To help end some arguments and start others, every week MemphiSport ranks all the college football teams in Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi. We call it the TAMs Rankings.

CJ Hurt covers college football for MemphiSport. Follow him @churtj09 for live tweets from games.

Five Reasons the Titans Will Make the Playoffs

The top two  teams in the AFC South met on Sunday at LP Field in Nashville to fight for first place within the division. Going into Sunday’s game the Tennessee Titans held a half game lead over the Houston Texans with a chance to solidify the top spot in the division. With the Titans coming off of a bye, everyone in the stadium was anticipating a great game, envisioning the Titans coming out on top.

The game started and both teams traded punts and in a way traded jabs. It had the feeling of a close game in the making. The Texans held just a 3-point lead after one quarter. But in the second period, former UT Volunteer Arian Foster began to take over the game. Foster completely went off playing like it was a homecoming game. On his way to helping the Texans beat the Titans, Foster became the first player in Texans franchise history to earn more than a 100 yards, both on the ground and through the air. This was a one-sided game all the way to the end and the stadium was empty by the beginning of the fourth.

However, there was a slight sliver of hope for Titans fans after Hasselbeck threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to Jared Cook with a little over five minutes to go in the third. After the Titans forced a punt on the next possession there was still a little life left in the Titans, if only they could get a quick touchdown. Instead, the Titans went three and out, ending with a 41-7 humiliating defeat courtesy of the Houston Texans.

As bad as the Titans looked on Sunday they still have a great shot to make the playoffs and here are five good reasons why:

1. Parity in the AFC — This season doesn’t seem to have a standout dominant team like we have seen in the past with the Colts and the Patriots. The Colts are obviously struggling and even though the Pats have only 1 loss, there seems to be a lot of questions about their defense. Many of the so called experts have labeled the Ravens as the best team in the AFC, but after a bad loss to the Jags on Monday night the door opens up for the middle of the pack teams to gain ground in the AFC playoff hunt.

2. Matt Hasselbeck — Matt Hasselbeck is the best QB to lead the Titans since Steve McNair. After years of babysitting VY, Titan fans are now loving what they are getting out of the quarterback position so far this season. Hasselbeck brings a new leadership and fire to this team that has been missing in Tennessee for quite some time now.

3. CJ Bound To Go Off — Chris Johnson will soon bust out with a long touchdown run that will jump start the Titan’s dangerous run game… Right? It has to happen at some point for the Titans to even think about the playoffs.

4. No Peyton — No Peyton equals no Colts which equals new Division Champion, and two seemingly easy wins.

5. Long Season — The season is seven weeks in and the Titans are 3-3 with 10 games to go. There is plenty more football to be played and anything can happen throughout the course of a long season. After all, not many people thought the Titans would even have a .500 record after six games into the season, so who is to say they can’t make a run for the playoffs?


Photo by Joel West

Holy Cow, Kings Win Home Opener

Well, the first game in the SPHL is in the books. The RiverKings came out on top with a 5-3 win over the Pensacola Ice Flyers in the Home Opener on Saturday night at the DCC. It was reported that 6,287 fans were at the Desoto Civic Center. I must be missing something, I think I counted 4001.

The Kings struck first, Mike Tuomi found the twine at 9:48 of the first period. Then the Kings took a 2-0 lead off the stick of Vandenbeld at 13:02 of the first. The Ice Flyers would respond though, as Jeff Topiko scored at 12:43. The Flyers would tie it up on a goal by Jordan Chong at 19:56. I hate those late period goals, they seem to have a habit of coming back to haunt you. It was 2-2 after twenty minutes.

In the second period the RiverKings got in penalty trouble, Mike Carter scored for the Flyers, making it 3-2. That’s the way it would stay for the rest of the period. It was 3-2 Flyers after forty minutes of play.


The Kings came out flying in the third period. They scored three unanswered goals. Rob Sich, Lundale and Stodds found the back of the net. Kings win 5-3. Kings netminder Darling stopped 27 of 30 shots directed his way. The Flyers netminder had a rough night, he stopped only 20 of 25 shots directed his way. Stars of the game: 1st Stoddard, 2nd Vandenbeld, 3rd Tuomi.

The Mississippi RiverKings are on the road on Friday, they have a battle with the Knoxville Ice Bears. 6:35pm is the start time. The game will be broadcasted on America One and on Radio Memphis, with the pre-game show beginning at 6:15pm. Watch it with other Kings fans at the Spot, located at 210 E. Commerce Street in Hernando, Miss. (I DON’T GET THIS ONE, IT’S A HELL OF A DRIVE AFTER A FEW POPS)

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The Kings then come home for a Saturday tilt with Columbus at 7:05 p.m. at the DCC. Keenan Slusher will make the call for both game broadcasts. Remember it’s ‘Pink at the Rink” night. All fans are should wear pink to this game. The Kings will be wearing pink and the pink jerseys that will be auctioned off immediately after the game. All proceeds going to support Pink Heals Memphis and Hernando Youth Sports.

Joe Sports thoughts:

• As I said, a couple of articles ago. From the games I watched last year in the SPHL, THIS IS ENTERTAINING HOCKEY.

• This league is slowly growing and the talent level is getting better every year. Remember the franchise fees are lower, salaries are lower and travel is less expensive.

• The powerplay sucked on opening night. We were 0 for 4. We have to be working on that in practice all the time. If we don’t it will be a long season for the Kings and their fans.

That’s the way I see it and I’m Joe Sports.

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Game Sheet for Friday:

• The Mid-South Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA) is hosting a Try Hockey For Free event on Saturday, Nov. 5th at the Mid-South Ice House. (10705 Ridgeway Industrial Drive, Olive Branch) This is for boys and girls, ages 4-9, who are new to hockey. Check-in starts at 4 pm, Ice time starts at 5. No cost, gear provided. Please register at


10 Straight SEC Losses for Ole Miss

Ole Miss gave Arkansas all they could handle on Saturday, but in the end the Razorbacks prevailed thanks to a late interception by Eric Bennett that sealed a 29-24 victory for Arkansas.  Arkansas improves to 6-1 on the year while Ole Miss falls to 2-5 with ten consecutive SEC losses.

The Rebels dominated the time of possession during the first half holding the ball for over twenty two minutes and led 17-7 at halftime.  However, a poor third quarter saw Arkansas score 19 unanswered points and the Rebel lead evaporate, “I wish we had that back,” Coach Nutt said, “There were two series on offense and two series on defense that we did not do anything.”

A pivotal play in the third quarter collapse for Ole Miss was a dropped pass by Donte Moncrief.   Moncrief finished with 5 catches for 70 yards, but if he catches that particular pass the Rebels have momentum and the ball inside the Razorback’s 30. “I wish Donte would have caught one more ball.  He made some great catches today but I wish he would have caught one more ball” stated Coach Nutt referencing the dropped pass.

The Rebels did do some things well on Saturday holding star quarterback Tyler Wilson without a touchdown pass for the first time all season.  Ole Miss also managed to contain an explosive Arkansas passing attack allowing only 232 passing yards, almost 100 yards less than the Razorback’s average of 321 passing yards per game.

The play of true freshman Nickolas Brassell is another bright spot for the Rebels in this loss.  Brassell gained 93 total yards while playing both sides of the ball.  Coach Nutt was very pleased with Brassell’s performance saying, “He is such a tough competitor… We play him about 30 plays on each side and those are not easy plays because you are covering man to man their best receiver, then you come over here to our place (offensive side of the ball) and get the ball on screens, bubbles, reverses and deep balls… He is just an awesome young man.”

While Ole Miss did do some things well their run defense continued to struggle like it has all year long.  Led by Dennis Johnson’s 160 rushing yards, Arkansas gained 206 yards on the ground and really pounded the Rebels in the second half.

Coach Nutt’s seat is hotter than it has ever been thanks to a 1-11 record in his last twelve conference games and a 1-2 record against Mississippi State.  Next up for Ole Miss is a trip to Auburn to take on the defending national champions. It is do or die time for Ole Miss as the Rebels are only two losses away from missing a bowl for the second consecutive year.  They need to turn things around quickly or Coach Nutt will not be back next year.

  CJ Hurt covers college football for MemphiSport.  Follow him @churtj09 for live tweets from different college games throughout the Mid-South.

Photos by JD Meredith.

MSL: 10.22.11

Hour 1:

Producers Ben Hogan and Gerry Adair fill in for Kevin Cerrito and Marcus Hunter and recap the week’s big stories in the Starting 5. Plus, Grizzlies PA announcer Rick Trotter stops by to talk about appearing with Grizz at the Riverkings home opener.

AUDIO: Click here to listen to Hour 1 of the 10.22.11 MSL

Hour 2:

Kevin Cerrito joins the guys to talk about Memphis football beating Tulane, the possible Big East Super Conference, Scott Hall on ESPN, and more during Woohoos and Boos.  Plus, Tiger basketball tickets are given away in another edition of Hang Up & Listen.

AUDIO: Click here to listen to Hour 2 of the 10.22.11 MSL

Kevin Cerrito and Marcus Hunter host MemphiSport Live (MSL) every Saturday from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm on Sports 56 WHBQ. MSL was voted 3rd Best Sports Radio Show in the 2010 & 2011 Memphis Flyer Best of Memphis poll.   

Follow the MSL hosts on Twitter @cerrito @marcus_hunter