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2017 Schedule
5th in American
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81dMyron Medcalf

Most challenging jobs in every state: Tennessee

Tubby Smith, even with a national championship on his résumé, is dealing with a hungry Memphis fan base that longs for the thrills delivered by the John Calipari era.

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98dMyron Medcalf

Who has the best job in Tennessee?

Tubby Smith and Rick Barnes are more known for what they accomplished before arriving in The Volunteer State. Who has the better job right now?

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Oklahoma State commit Amauri Hardy says he is on a visit to UNLV. Also considering Arkansas, Memphis, Georgia Tech and Cincinnati.

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154dJeff Borzello

Ole Miss adds Memphis transfer Crawford

Memphis graduate transfer Markel Crawford, who was pursued by several high-major schools, committed to Ole Miss on Wednesday night.

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Memphis signs junior-college F Davenport

After losing their top three scorers from this season to transfers, Memphis continues to restock their roster by signing forward Kynon Davenport out of Georgia Highlands College.

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Watch 30 For 30: One and Not Done

In case you missed Thursday night's 30 For 30 film on Kentucky head coach John Calipari, you can watch the full replay right here.

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160dMyron Medcalf

K.J. Lawson sorry for profane Tubby comment

K.J. Lawson, who announced this week that he's transferring to Kansas, apologized Thursday after directing a profane comment at Tubby Smith, his former coach at Memphis.

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161dSN Staff

Vote: What is your opinion of John Calipari?

ESPN's newest 30-for-30 documentary, "One and Not Done," focuses on Kentucky men's basketball coach John Calipari. How do you feel about one of college hoops' most polarizing figures?

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Memphis freshman guard Keon Clergeot is transferring.

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Gonzaga's 37-1 record entering the national championship game is second only to Memphis' 38-1 mark prior to the 2008 title. But history tells us that anything can happen on Monday night.

Joe Lunardi Senior Writer, ESPN.com 

Like the 1972 Dolphins, the 2008 Final Four remains the only "perfect" bracket in which all the No. 1 seeds advanced. The most we can have now is two -- Gonzaga and perhaps North Carolina.

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Memphis has fared better since the beginning of the century when John Calipari is on the sidelines. The Tigers did not make the NCAA tournament this season while Calipari has led Kentucky to the Elite Eight following a victory over UCLA in Memphis.

Calipari treasures his time at Memphis (0:57)
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182dMyron Medcalf

Calipari: Nothing can sour my run at Memphis

On the eve of his coaching return to the FedEx Forum, John Calipari reminisced about his years at Memphis, which were filled with success on the court and some controversy off it.

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

John Calipari on returning to Memphis: "It was a terrific ride ... I've been back here, but this is firs time back coaching in this building."

Team Stats

Points Per Game74.0162nd
Rebounds Per Game36.6124th
Assists Per Game15.934th
Points Allowed70.7131st

Tournament History

Final Fours3
Tournament Record34-26
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances26