Preview: LSU vs. Ole Miss

ole-miss-powder-blue-helmetsSo my previews and predictions for Ole Miss have been pretty good this year. You can’t deny that. I faltered a little bit with the Tennessee game prognostication but was only 10 total points off. Not too bad.

The Rebels did not falter at all with the Vols. Ole Miss held Tennessee to ZERO rushing yards, and save for an early field goal, absolutely decimated their offense. Once Ole Miss got their offense going, they never looked back, cruising to a convincing 34-3 victory. Check out some great highlights from the Ole Miss Sports Productions crew below.

But this week is a different kind of monster. The Ole Miss Rebels travel to take on LSU in Baton Rouge, at night no less. The Rebel/Tiger rivalry is one that is unpredictable, always interesting, and usually produces a pretty close game. This year should be no different. The contests from the past two years have both come down to the final minute, with the home team winning each time. Last year’s Rebel victory in Oxford was a huge upset ending with a field goal in the waning seconds to seal the deal.

Ole Miss will once again be featured in a College GameDay game, but this week, the focus will be on an LSU team that since losing to Mississippi State and Auburn, has made some improvements and defeated Florida and Kentucky. Even though the Rebels are ranked higher and are about a field goal favorite to win, the LSU team they are facing is probably a lot better than their record and ranking indicates. Les Miles is 43-3 at night in Tiger Stadium, a place that is beyond hostile for opposing teams. Since the game will be at night and LSU has looked a lot better in recent weeks, a lot of media are picking LSU to upset the Rebels this week.

Here are three factors that I think will determine the outcome of this heavyweight SEC West showdown.

1) Hugh Freeze’s Gameplan:

I think since the Rebels are rolling, there is some temptation for Freeze to try and slow things down, to not play as aggressively. It’s no secret that the Rebel defense is carrying the team and giving the offense plenty of cushion. But a team still has to score points to win a game. Coach Freeze needs to play to win at this point, not play to not to lose. Championship teams want to hit other teams in the mouth out of the gate. The Rebels need to do that this week by scoring early to take the crowd out of it and to put LSU on their heels, just like they did against A&M. If the Rebs can do that, they have a much better chance of winning.

2) A Defensive Battle:

Both Ole Miss and LSU have good offenses, but both teams’ bread and butter is defense. So who will come out on top in a  defensive slugfest? Ole Miss’ defense is more highly touted and in all reality more talented. But LSU will have the crowd helping them on defense. While Ole Miss is no stranger to big crowds, having just played at biggest SEC game of all time in College Station, the A&M defense was pretty mediocre compared to LSU. On the other hand, LSU’s offense is not as good as Ole Miss’, so that should give the Rebel D a good chance at shutting down LSU. If Ole Miss can stop Leonard Fournette and LSU’s strong run game, they should be in good shape. Just like last week against UT, if the Rebs eliminate the run, then the D-line will force Tiger QB Anthony Jennings into some bad decisions. I’ll take Ole Miss’ offense and defense over LSU’s, but the margins don’t favor the Rebs that much.

3) Can the Rebels win a close one on the road?

The Ole Miss/Alabama game was a thriller, down to the last play. But that was in Oxford. Every other game this season has been a blowout in favor of the Rebels. This game is not going to be a blowout. So will Bo Wallace be able to win a close game in Death Valley, arguably the most hostile environment in the country? I think the defense will do its job for Ole Miss. But I don’t think points are going to be easy to come by for the Rebels. That could easily frustrate Bo Wallace and lead him to force things. If he does force things and lets LSU take advantage, Ole Miss will have a mountain to overcome to pull out a win. Not to sound like everyone else when talking about Wallace, but if ever there were a moment for Good Bo to show up it’s this game. Without a solid showing from Wallace, I don’t think Ole Miss will win.

To say this game will be fun is an understatement. Nothing that happens on Saturday would surprise me. I think both teams are really good and both teams are capable of winning. This one all comes down to who wants it more. LSU has a lot to play for. They would love to spoil the Rebels’ fairytale season. But Ole Miss is still playing for a trip to Atlanta and potentially a trip to the College Football Playoff. The Rebels are locked in. Hugh Freeze understands the implications of this game on the season and this season on the program going forward. I predicted Ole Miss would win this game before the season, and I’m sticking with it. It’ll be close and ugly and nerve-wracking for both fan bases, but the Rebs will prevail.

Ole Miss 17 – LSU 13

Warner Russell covers Ole Miss Football for MemphiSport. Read his non-sports stuff over on The Wise Guise. Follow him on Twitter @uncle_warny.

Throwback Thursday: Vampire Warrior Gangrel returns to Memphis tonight

10511671_518883954914456_5502080124092945174_oTonight is a big night for wrestling fans, as Memphis Wildfire Wrestling returns to Minglewood Hall for their annual Halloween Spooktacular “Bumps in the Night”.  With Halloween just one week away, what could be a better main event than Jerry “The King” Lawler going one on one with The Vampire Warrior Gangrel?

The King has battled monsters such as Leatherface, Freddy & even a Christmas Creature.  But no monster has been as successful & done the damage that The Vampire Warrior has.  These two men have a long history, dating back to Gangrel’s Memphis Wrestling debut.

Let’s rewind back to July 10, 1993 inside WMC-TV5 Studios for USWA Wrestling.  A rare match-up between Brian Christopher and Jerry Lawler was interrupted by the man who will step inside the square circle against The King tonight at Minglewood Hall – Vampire Warrior Gangrel.

Also announced for the event:  Buff Bagwell vs “Grand Master Sexay” Brian ChristopherDustin Starr with Maria vs Hurricane Helms with weatherman Tim Van Horn & a special Halloween Costume Contest.  Along with the fantastic line-up, a special Meet & Greet is scheduled for 6PM.  Bell time is at 7PM.

Catch up on the latest videos featuring your favorites at Memphis Wildfire Wrestling!

VIDEO:  Tim Van Horn’s Weather Forecast to Dustin Starr & Maria

VIDEO:  Hurricane Helms on MSL

VIDEO:  Tim Van Horn calls in on MSL

VIDEO:  Dustin Starr & Maria join Local Memphis Live

VIDEO:  Kevin Lawler joins Good Morning Memphis

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MSL’s Playing Hurt Podcast: Memphis Tigers Basketball Preview Edition

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Join MSL and HardBashin producer CJ Hurt and Sports 56 producer and WUMR Sports Desk host Drew Barrett as they take you on a sports odyssey full of twists, turns, and a good time during MSL‘s Playing Hurt Podcast.

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MSL Interview: Hurricane Helms

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Former WWE superstar Hurricane Helms joined Kevin Cerrito and Dustin Starr on MSL to talk about his upcoming match in Memphis, superheroes, “Gone Girl”, and more.


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Week 8 TAM Rankings: Bulldogs Unanimous Number One TAM Team

miss st helmetMississippi State and Ole Miss continue to dominate the college football landscape.  The Bulldogs had a well-deserved bye week, while the Rebels dominated in their contest against fellow TAM team Tennessee.  Ole Miss held the team from Rocky Top to just 191 yards of total offense, zero rushing yards, and just three points.

Tennessee was not the only TAM team to get throttled this week.  Arkansas allowed 31 second quarter points and trailed 38-6 at half time before Georgia stepped off of the gas.

Both Tennessee and Arkansas fell in the TAM Rankings because of their pitiful performances, which means Memphis moves on up to three.  This is the highest the Tigers have ever been ranked in these rankings.

Arkansas State and Vanderbilt had bye weeks as well, and MTSU returned to their winning ways by knockling off C-USA foe UAB.

Southern Mississippi managed to beat North Texas for their third win of the year.

This is another week full of awesome contests featuring TAM Teams, but there can only be one Game of the Week.  Ole Miss vs. LSU gets that distinction this week.  It is one thing to go into Tiger Stadium at night as the hunter, but the Rebels will not be the hunted on Saturday.  Vegas has the Rebs favored by three points in that game so a loss to LSU would be considered an upset.

It is that time of the year where teams begin to separate themselves from one another.  Here is hoping that your favorite TAM team makes you proud.

Without further ado, here are week seven’s TAM Rankings…


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 TAM Rankings.

1. Mississippi_State_Bulldogs logoMississippi State (6-0):
Last Game: 
W 38-23 vs. Auburn @ Davis Wade Stadium
Best Win: 
38-23 vs. Auburn @ Davis Wade Stadium
Worst Loss: N/A
Wins Against TAM Teams: 1 (Southern Miss)
Losses Against TAM Teams: N/A


2.  ole_miss logoOle Miss (7-0):
Last Game: 
W 34-3 vs Tennessee @Vaught Hemmingway Stadium 
Best Win: 
23-17 vs. Alabama @ Vaught-Hemmingway Stadium
Worst Loss: N/A
Wins Against TAM Teams: 3 (Memphis, Vanderbilt, Tennessee)
Losses Against TAM Teams: N/A


3.
  memphis-tigers logoMemphis (3-3):
Last Game:
 L 28-24 vs. Houston @ Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Best Win: 41-14 vs. Cincinnati @ Paul Brown Stadium 
Worst Loss: 28-24 vs. Houston @ Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Wins Against TAM Teams: 1 (MTSU)
Losses Against TAM Teams: 1 (Ole Miss)


4.  Arkansas logoArkansas (3-4):
Last Game: 
L 45-32 vs. UGA @ War Memorial Stadium
Best Win: 
49-28 vs. Texas Tech @ Jones AT&T Stadium
Worst Loss: L 35-28 (OT) vs. Texas A&M @ AT&T Stadium
Wins Against TAM Teams: N/A
Losses Against TAM Teams: N/A


5.   University-Tennessee-Logo-2Tennessee (3-4):
Last Game: 
L 34-3 vs. Ole Miss @ Vaught Hemmingway Stadium
Best Win: 38-7 vs. Utah State @ Neyland Stadium
Worst Loss: 34-10 vs. Oklahoma @ Memorial Stadium
Wins Against TAM Teams: 1 (Arkansas State)
Losses Against TAM Teams: 1 (Ole Miss)


6. Arkansas State Logo 2Arkansas State (4-2):

Last Game: W 52-10 vs. Georgia Southern @ Georgia Dome
Best Win: 21-14 vs Utah State (OT) @ Liberty Bank Stadium
Worst Loss: 34-19 vs. Tennessee @ Neyland Stadium
Wins Against TAM Teams: N/A
Losses Against TAM Teams: 1 (Tennessee)


7. 
 MTSU LogoMTSU (5-3):
Last Game: 
W 34-22 vs. UAB @ Floyd Stadium
Best Win: 50-47 (3 OT) vs. Western Kentucky @ Floyd Stadium
Worst Loss: 36-17 vs. Memphis @ Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Wins Against TAM Teams:
 1 (Southern Mississippi)
Losses Against TAM Teams: 1 (Memphis)


8.  Vandy LogoVanderbilt (2-5):
Last Game: 
L 21-20 vs. Charleston Southern @ Vanderbilt Stadium
Best Win: 34-31 vs. UMass @ Vanderbilt Stadium
Worst Loss: 
 41-3 vs. Ole Miss @ LP Field
Wins Against TAM Teams: N/A
Losses Against TAM Teams: 1 (Ole Miss)


9.  Southern Miss logo 2Southern Mississippi (3-4):
Last Game: 
W 30-20 vs. North Texas @ Mean Green Stadium
Best Win: W 26-20 vs. Alcorn State @ M.M. Roberts Stadium
Worst Loss: 49-0 vs. Mississippi State @ Davis Wade Stadium
Wins Against TAM Teams: N/A
Losses Against TAM Teams: 2 (Mississippi State and MTSU)

 

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MSL Podcast: 10.18.14

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HOUR 1:

(Segment 1)  Marcus Hunter joins Kevin Cerrito live from the best football state in the world- Mississippi. The two recap the week’s biggest stories during the Starting 5.
(Segment 2) University of Memphis Deputy Athletic Director Wren Baker join Cerrito to talk about the decision to have controversial hip-hop artist Rick Ross perform at Memphis Madness.
(Segment 3) It’s KeVinsanity when The Memphis Flyer’s  Kevin Lipe calls in for his weekly segment to talk everything Grizzlies including preseason games Lebron James sitting out in Memphis, and more.

 

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HOUR 2:
(Segment 1)  Former WWE superstar Hurricane Helms joins Kevin Cerrito and Dustin Starr to talk about his upcoming match in Memphis and more. (Segment 2) Hang Up & Listen with the winner getting a pair of tix to Wild Fire Wrestling‘s Halloween Spooktacular “Bumps in the Night” on October 23rd at Minglewood Hall and a surprise call from WMC weatherman Tim Van Horn.
(Segment 3) Woohoos and Boos

 

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Preview: Tennessee vs. Ole Miss

Texas A&M v MississippiMuch like my prediction of the Ole Miss/Alabama game, my prediction for the Ole Miss/Texas A&M game was pretty much spot on*. So go ahead and get your wallets out because my preview for Ole Miss/Tennessee is one you can take right to the bank.

The Tennessee Vols and their rabidly loyal fan base had realistic but high hopes for the 2014 football season. The team is young on both lines, but returned some offensive firepower primarily in the form of Justin Worley. A winning season and bowl bid were not out of the question. But then a few bad things happened for the Big Orange. First, Kentucky started playing good football taking away what many Vol faithful had penciled in as a “W”. The second, of course, was Wil Muschamp and the Gators going into Knoxville and leaving 100,000+ people “disappointed.”

Once Kentucky started winning games and Muschamp trolled the hell out of Vol Nation, it was hard to go through the UT schedule and find six wins. After this week’s matchup with the Rebels, the Vols still have Alabama, Kentucky, and Mizzou at home, and trips to South Carolina and (poor, pitiful) Vandy. There’s no way Tennessee wins three of those and gets to a bowl. They just aren’t ready to win tough games right now. But next year, and really the year after that, watch out, because the Vols will be back in the national picture in a big way.

As for Ole Miss, there really isn’t a whole lot I can say about them that I haven’t already said. After absolutely dismantling Texas A&M in front of about a million (110,000) people, there’s no doubt that the Rebs are for real. The offense is clicking. Bo Wallace has been #GreatBo the past two weeks. And the defense is otherworldly. Before the two garbage time touchdowns A&M scored at the end of the game, the Ole Miss defense had scored as many touchdowns as it had given up. These guys are scary good.

Check out the defensive plays on this highlight video for proof:

As for this week’s game, I think Ole Miss wins easily. Tennessee, like I said earlier, is not ready to win tough games. And Ole Miss has their sights set on something bigger. Hugh Freeze has his team, the fans, and now the national media believing. You can damn sure bet he’s not going to let his men lose to an inferior Tennessee team, at home, for homecoming. It’s just not going to happen.

Three things to watch:

1) Robert Nkemdiche.

After a Tennessee fan released a months old Snapchat of Bobby Murder (Can we make that a thing?) taking a hit off of a bong in hopes of getting him in trouble, I imagine Nkemdiche will be out to make a point. Justin Worley ought to find that fan and punch him right in the face, because with the Busch league attempt at creating controversy combined with the youth of the Vol’s O-line, I think Worley is going to have a long night. Seriously though, #BobbyMurder.

2) Bo Wallace.

Dr. Bo grew up a Tennessee fan. This will be his first time to face the team he always wanted to play for. Will he be out to make a statement against the team that never recruited him? Will he try to force things and return to his Bad Bo ways? It should be interesting to see how he and the offense react to playing a team they should beat after getting past Alabama and Texas A&M. I think Bo will be just fine, but I do think he will throw his first interception against an SEC opponent this week. It won’t matter though.

3) Tennessee’s attitude.

After the heartbreaker against Florida, Tennessee rebounded fine against Chattanooga. But if they get down early to the Rebels, will the young Vols just give up? Or will Butch Jones be able to keep his team fighting? I’m curious to see how well these kids will buy in as freshmen. It will go a long way to determine how they come together as a team and how successful they will be in future seasons.

This weekend will be a fun one for Ole Miss fans. It’s a rare appearance for the Vols in Oxford. The next one won’t be until at least 2026. So I expect it to be quite the party for 2014 Homecoming. There will be plenty of orange in the stadium, but this weekend belongs to the Rebels and their fans. Ole Miss jumps out early; the defense takes UT out of the game; conservative Rebel play calling in the 2nd half; late touchdown from the Vols against second string Rebs’ defense. Ole Miss is going to win big. Make your bets accordingly.

Ole Miss 31 – Tennessee 10

*While my prediction was spot on, there was an error in the article. I wrote that Texas A&M struggled at home against Arkansas. That game was played at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, not Kyle Field in College Station. My apologies.

Warner Russell covers Ole Miss Football for MemphiSport. Read his non-sports stuff over on The Wise Guise. Follow him on Twitter @uncle_warny.

Throwback Thursday: Hurricane coming to Memphis & MSL

1614092_515843335218518_5742660651836774986_oWMC-TV5 Weatherman Tim Van Horn says a severe storm will hit Memphis on October 23rd.  Not just any storm – but a Hurricane is coming!

Memphis Wildfire Wrestling announced last week that former WWE Superstar Hurricane Helms will be appearing at Minglewood Hall next Thursday for the Halloween Spooktacular “Bumps in the Night”.  His opponent?

None other than myself – Dustin Starr.

So, this week let’s take a look back at WWE’s super hero going one on one with The Great One.  In 2003, Hurricane pulled off one of the biggest upsets in WWE history.

Speaking of upsets, I’m planning one of my own on October 23rd.

Not only will Hurricane Helms be appearing at Memphis Wildfire Wrestling, but he will be joining us on MSL this Saturday.  MSL airs live every Saturday from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm CT on on Sports 56 & 87.7 FM .  If you have any questions you’d like to ask Hurricane, feel free to post them here or send them via Twitter @MemphiSport.  Also, be sure to follow Shane “Hurricane” Helms on Twitter.

Also announced for the event:  Jerry “The King” Lawler vs Gangrel, Buff Bagwell vs “Grand Master Sexay” Brian Christopher & a special Halloween Costume Contest.  You’ll have your chance to win FREE tickets to the event during Hang Up & Listen, this Saturday on MSL.  Click here to view the Facebook event page.

Dustin Starr is an active sports entertainer and regular contributor to MemphiSport and MSL. Follow him @DustinStarr.

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Week 7 TAM Rankings: Mississippi Schools Are Tied For First

miss license plateThose two schools in Mississippi just keep on rolling and are cementing themselves as two of the best teams in the nation.  More importantly they are clearly the two best teams in these rankings and are tied this week for the number one overall spot.

Ole Miss destroyed a Texas A&M squad that many anointed SEC West Champions after the first week of the season.  It was 35-7 before Hugh Freeze called off the dogs and let the reserves have some fun.

Not to be outdone by their instate rival, Mississippi State forced Auburn to commit two turnovers on their first two plays from scrimmage in route to a 15 point victory over last year’s SEC Champions.

Arkansas suffered another close loss this time at the hands of Alabama after leading most of the game.  The dominate Razorbacks rushing attack was held to just 89 total rushing yards, and managed five rushing yards the entire second half.  This is the Razorbacks fifteenth straight conference loss, and coach Bret Bielema is still looking for his first SEC win.

Tennessee bounced back nicely against UT Chattanooga.  They will get to pick on somebody their own size this week when they face fellow TAM team Ole Miss on Saturday.

After looking like one of the best teams outside the “Power Five”, Memphis came back down to Earth Saturday.  Paxton Lynch and company suffered their first loss to a team outside of the AP’s Top 25 Poll when Houston came to town.  Memphis was playing mistake free football up until their five turnover performance on Saturday.

Arkansas State manhandled Georgia State, while Rakeem Cato and Marshall proved to be too much for MTSU to handle.

Vandy played one of the best FCS teams in the nation and came away with a one point victory.  Southern Mississippi was off this week, and look to get a much needed win against North Texas Saturday.

There are a slew of games featuring TAM teams worth watching this week, but Tennessee vs. Ole Miss is the TAM Game of the Week.

Ole Miss and Mississippi State are both bowl eligible and you can expect a few more TAM teams to join them when it is all said and done.

Without further ado, here are week seven’s TAM Rankings…


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 TAM Rankings.

T1. ole_miss logoOle Miss (6-0):
Last Game: 
W 35-20 vs. Texas A&M @ Kyle Field 
Best Win: 
23-17 vs. Alabama @ Vaught-Hemmingway Stadium
Worst Loss: N/A
Wins Against TAM Teams: 2 (Memphis and Vanderbilt)
Losses Against TAM Teams: N/A


T1. Mississippi_State_Bulldogs logoMississippi State (6-0):
Last Game: 
W 38-23 vs. Auburn @ Davis Wade Stadium
Best Win: 
38-23 vs. Auburn @ Davis Wade Stadium
Worst Loss: N/A
Wins Against TAM Teams: 1 (Southern Miss)
Losses Against TAM Teams: N/A


3.
  Arkansas logoArkansas (3-3):
Last Game: 
L 14-13 vs. Alabama @ Razorback Stadium
Best Win: 
49-28 vs. Texas Tech @ Jones AT&T Stadium
Worst Loss: L 35-28 (OT) vs. Texas A&M @ AT&T Stadium
Wins Against TAM Teams: N/A
Losses Against TAM Teams: N/A


4. University-Tennessee-Logo-2Tennessee (3-3):
Last Game:
W 45-10 vs. UT Chattanooga @ Neyland Stadium
Best Win: 38-7 vs. Utah State @ Neyland Stadium
Worst Loss: 34-10 vs. Oklahoma @ Memorial Stadium
Wins Against TAM Teams: 1 (Arkansas State)
Losses Against TAM Teams: N/A


5. memphis-tigers logoMemphis (3-3):
Last Game:
 L 28-24 vs. Houston @ Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Best Win: 41-14 vs. Cincinnati @ Paul Brown Stadium 
Worst Loss: 28-24 vs. Houston @ Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Wins Against TAM Teams: 1 (MTSU)
Losses Against TAM Teams: 1 (Ole Miss)


6. Arkansas State Logo 2Arkansas State (4-2):

Last Game: W 52-10 vs. Georgia Southern @ Georgia Dome
Best Win: 21-14 vs Utah State (OT) @ Liberty Bank Stadium
Worst Loss: 34-19 vs. Tennessee @ Neyland Stadium
Wins Against TAM Teams: N/A
Losses Against TAM Teams: 1 (Tennessee)


7. 
 MTSU LogoMTSU (4-3):
Last Game: 
L 49-24 vs. Marshall @ Joan C. Edwards Stadium
Best Win: 50-47 (3 OT) vs. Western Kentucky @ Floyd Stadium
Worst Loss: 36-17 vs. Memphis @ Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Wins Against TAM Teams:
 1 (Southern Mississippi)
Losses Against TAM Teams: 1 (Memphis)


8.  Vandy LogoVanderbilt (2-5):
Last Game: 
L 21-20 vs. Charleston Southern @ Vanderbilt Stadium
Best Win: 34-31 vs. UMass @ Vanderbilt Stadium
Worst Loss: 
 41-3 vs. Ole Miss @ LP Field
Wins Against TAM Teams: N/A
Losses Against TAM Teams: 1 (Ole Miss)


9.  Southern Miss logo 2Southern Mississippi (2-4):
Last Game: 
L 37-31 vs. MTSU @ Floyd Stadium
Best Win: W 26-20 vs. Alcorn State @ M.M. Roberts Stadium
Worst Loss: 49-0 vs. Mississippi State @ Davis Wade Stadium
Wins Against TAM Teams: N/A
Losses Against TAM Teams: 2 (Mississippi State and MTSU)

 

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

MSL Podcast: 10.11.14

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HOUR 1:

(Segment 1)  Marcus Hunter joins Kevin Cerrito live from the football capital of the world- Mississippi. The two recap the week’s biggest stories during the Starting 5 and discuss Kevin’s outrage over Rick Ross performing at Memphis Madness. 
(Segment 2) It’s KeVinsanity when The Memphis Flyer’s  Kevin Lipe calls in for his weekly segment to talk everything Grizzlies including Michael Beasley, Elliot Perry, preseason games and more.

 

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HOUR 2:

(Segment 1) Hang Up & Listen with the winner getting a pair of tix to The Fantasticks at Playhouse on the Square and conversation about Rick Ross performing at Memphis Madness..
(Segment 2)  “I Love Memphis” blogger and Kevin’s podcast co-host Holly Whitfield joins the guys in studio to talk about Halloween fun in Memphis.
(Segment 3) Woohoos and Boos

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