Here are some of the highs and lows from Memphis' 44-31 victory over Football Subdivision Championship school Southern Illinois on Saturday night. With his 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown Saturday, the fourth of his Memphis career, Tony Pollard joined some pretty exclusive company. Since 1976, only 16 Football Bowl Subdivision players have returned more kicks for scores than Pollard — and remember, he's still just a redshirt sophomore.
The Memphis football team trailed Southern Illinois at halftime but was able to grind out a 44-31 victory Saturday night, improving to 3-0 for the third consecutive season. Here are a few lingering thoughts and observations from Memphis' offensive performance in the game. I think this game raised more questions than it answered for Memphis. The Tigers’ defense was sloppy, missing a few tackles and struggling to get off the field on third down.
The Memphis football team trailed Southern Illinois at halftime but was able to grind out a 44-31 victory Saturday night, improving to 3-0 for the third consecutive season. Here are a few lingering thoughts and observations from Memphis' defensive performance in the game. Let’s start with some of the stats, as of Sunday morning. 1. Memphis’ third-down defense ranks 122nd out of 129 Football Bowl Subdivision teams. Opposing teams are converting 50.9 percent of third downs against the Tigers. 2.
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