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2016 Schedule
3-0, 4th in American Athletic - West
Memphis matchup has Rebels' full attention (1:32)
Riley Ferguson is Saturday's ultimate performer (0:22)
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4dAdam Rittenberg

Coaching winners and losers from Week 4

Gus Malzahn got a huge win -- at the expense of fellow hot-seat staple Les Miles -- while Clay Helton saw his season continue spiraling downward. Plus, what Bobby Petrino's next move should be.


Tigers' offense not slowing

After Memphis forced an interception, Tigers RB Patrick Taylor Jr. runs into the end zone from three yards out. Memphis extends its lead to 70-3 over Bowling Green late in the third quarter.


Tigers strike on big play

Memphis QB Riley Ferguson shows off his arm strength, finding WR Phil Mayhue for a 40-yard touchdown. The Tigers extend their lead to 21-3 late in the first quarter.

Genard Avery in right place at right time for pick-six (0:47)

Tigers get on the board

On fourth down, Memphis QB Riley Ferguson finds TE Daniel Montiel, who turns it upfield and dives into the end zone for a 19-yard touchdown. Memphis leads Bowling Green 7-3 early in the first quarter.

Watch: Bowling Green at Memphis

Memphis will close its non-conference schedule against Bowling Green and is heavily favored to win. The Tigers have a 91 percent chance at winning according to ESPN's Football Power Index. Live on ESPNews/WatchESPN

Tigers lose senior LB for season

Memphis OLB Jackson Dillon, who started 31 games over the last three seasons, will miss the rest of 2016 as he recovers from offseason knee surgery. Dillon appeared in one game this year and would need to apply for a medical waiver to regain his final year of eligibility. The Commerical Appeal

Commentators breaking down Memphis 43-7 win over Kansas (1:24)

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Memphis was eliminated from the Big 12 expansion race a few weeks ago and took it out in Kansas today with a 43-7 blowout victory. The Tigers forced 6 turnovers and never really got challenged by the 1-2 Jayhawks.

Memphis RB refuses to go down on a TD score (0:37)
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Watch: Kansas at Memphis

Memphis tries to improve to 2-0 with a win over Kansas. ESPN's Football Power Index gives the Tigers a 74.9 percent chance to win. The home team is also a 21-point favorite. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

While things didn't go well on the field last weekend for KU, the Jayhawks did make a positive impression on three-star outside linebacker Javaris Russell of Grenada (Mississippi) High School. The 6-1, 195-pound Russell was on campus for an official visit, and he gave KU high marks. Russell was previously committed to Mississippi State but backed off his pledge to the Bulldogs late last week. Russell has offers from Kansas, Missouri, Mississippi State, Cal, Cincinnati, Memphis and others.

ESPN Stats & Info

The American stood tall in Week 1

Houston's win over No. 3 Oklahoma shocked the college football world. The rest of the AAC also impressed, going 10-2 in Week 1.

SE Missouri St - Memphis Postgame Breakdown (1:58)
Henderson's TD has Memphis rolling (1:00)
11 schools left as Big 12 candidates with Memphis out (2:11)
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27dBrett McMurphy and Jake Trotter

Sources: Memphis out as candidate for Big 12

Memphis, once considered a viable Big 12 expansion candidate in part because of its backing by FedEx, is not among the schools being considered by the conference, sources told ESPN.

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29dBrett McMurphy and Jake Trotter

Sources: Big 12 cuts expansion list to at least 12

Sources told ESPN the Big 12 has cut its list of candidates to at least 12 schools: Air Force, BYU, UCF, Cincinnati, Colorado State, UConn, Houston, Rice, South Florida, SMU, Temple and Tulane.