Memphis football coach Mike Norvell said in December he was open to adding a graduate transfer to bolster competition to replace senior Riley Ferguson in the 2018 season. Now it appears that he has found it. Multiple sources told The Commercial Appeal that quarterback Brady White, who spent the previous three years at Arizona State, will transfer to Memphis and plans to sign with the Tigers after graduating early. The sources requested anonymity because the decision has not been made public.
At the Earl Lloyd Sports Legacy Symposium Monday at FedEx Forum, former WNBA standout Swin Cash relayed a thought about her five-month old son she felt highlighted the need for authentic conversations about race. "We go through the airport, it doesn't matter Black, White, Hispanic, Asian... they look at him as such a baby and say he's so cute," Cash said.
Memphis football got good news on Sunday afternoon when Glendale Community College (AZ) offensive lineman Manuel Orona committed to the Tigers. Orona, a sophomore, took his official visit to Memphis this weekend and made the announcement on his Twitter page. He becomes the Tigers' first commitment since head coach Mike Norvell reorganized his staff this offseason.
@tonyhenney Good point. I was more surprised considering Lonzo’s not a great on-ball defender despite playing the passing lanes well. Them scoring more points per 100 poss was surprising since the ball moves a lot poorly w/o him
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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