Posted on: July 4, 2009 11:46 pm
As it seemed nothing could stop the Memphis Tigers new coach in his relentless search to lock down good talent into the Tiger Blue; that seems too have slowed a bit with the loss of possible Power Forward in Matt Pilgram from Kentucky who is now an Oklahoma State boy.
It seems that the tigers have a very promising season comming up and all that is required from here on out is for Josh Pastner & Company put in those hours to help these kids play better together(in some cases they nead to get in shape).
Go Tigers Go!!!!
Posted on: June 5, 2009 5:12 am
For those of you who might have had the time to read in to the alledged allegations againts the University of Memphis you probably came across a few interesting facts one being the fact that the NCAA claimed that one Memphis Basketball player had someone take his ACT test for them. If you think I am misstaken please explain and let me know who says otherwise about the alledged ACT fraudulance and ACT is not a typo people in the 300 or so page document Memphis released ACT is used far to much to be a typo. I find it appalling that the media or whom ever started this Memphis news fiasco started using the word SAT instead of the ACT which was said to be fraudulent, simply because as the facts stood the player accused of cheating never had his ACT cleared by the NCAA clearing house.
Memphians and Memphis fans be strong like we always have been and try and see through the media/fanboy BS, have faith that sometime in the coming years Memphis will eventually be freed of these steriotypical burdens.
Posted on: April 7, 2009 4:20 am
Edited on: April 7, 2009 4:32 am
Just to answer the question no one seems to know here, there were other coaches and there were better coaches but these Memphis tigers end up with fresh meat, a noob, the rookie, or as some may say the man …Josh Pastner as their head coach. With John Calipari gone to another team of blue color it is time to rebuild.
Though the thought of rebuilding for one of the nations top programs is sad, it is just some peoples opinion. Most people who claim close ties with the Memphis Tigers and Pastner have been praising him and his abilities, as well as this some former tigers though not just transfers, some commits as well are excited about the possibilities. He has no college head coaching experience but, plenty of AAU curcuit experience and this kid really seems to understand the player psyche and could help with Willie Kemp for one. Only time will tell with this one here is to hoping those Memphis Tigers do not have to hire a new coach in 2 years.
If you needed to be filled in on whose who of the college basketball coaching association you can find a history lesson on this here device you are reading this but, just as a teaser here is what a real list of basketball coaches looks like.(With Josh Pastner used as the lowest possible choice.)
These are in no real order at all.
Reggie Wayne Theus
Stephen Todd Alford
Billy Clyde Gillispie
Jeffrey Allen Jones
Edward Richard DeChellis
Paul Harrington Hewitt
Coaches who can build and retire while passing his program to an assistant
Coaches that where considering until Memphis let graf and Johnson screw things up
Felton Jeff Capel III
Scott Drew – the AD liked drew but the Memphis faithful did not.
Orlando "Tubby" Smith
Coaches that make people say “wow” no matter if it is good or bad
Lawrence Harvey "Larry" Brown
Jeff Van Gundy
Posted on: January 8, 2009 11:57 pm
Though he might be mistaken for a manager who might be seen picking up towels after practice Preston Laird happens to be a player for the Memphis Tigers. This kid is a Memphis native who is working his way into the rotation. He happens to be gaining ground over other Tigers on the team. A decent showing from the kid who may become the next Root which is great because with Chance McGrady coming up to his final year, and Tiger Fans need some reason to stay late during a hometown blowout.