Posted on: March 18, 2009 7:38 pm

Tipoff Thursday

The dance has finally arrived! The Tigers have made their way to Kansas City. The City of Memphis is shuuting down for lunch and the opening game Thursday. (Our company is showing it live on the big screen!) Memphis March Madness is everywhere.

The Tigers have that look in their eye, you know...the Eye of the Tiger!


Prediction...Memphis by 18.



Category: NCAAB
Tags: Final 4, NCAA, Tigers
Posted on: March 14, 2009 9:14 pm

Let The Dance Begin!


 Finally, the long year we have waited for the next big dance is done. Selection Sunday is all that stands between us and the madness we call March. Who will be the Cinderella? Who will be the first # 1 seed out? Who will cause that controversal call that spoils the big win? But most importantly who will dominate the 65 and show the world that they deserve to be the champions?

The answers lie in the hearts and souls of the players. They hope, they pray, they dream, they imagine that "One Shining Moment" when greatness becomes them. They play the song over and over in their minds hoping they will be the one left standing when the spotlight shines on the center circle at the big dance.

The championship team; however, is the one that already knows they have won it all.



Posted on: April 6, 2008 7:43 pm

One Shining Moment!

Memphis Tigers and Kansas Jayhawks....This is it, it is your "One Shining Moment!" May the best team win! GO TIGERS!
Posted on: April 5, 2008 11:51 pm

Memphis Vs. Kansas

Like I said before the tournament even started it's Memphis verses Kansas for the National Championship. Look for the Tigers to make another big statement Monday night. This truly is a dream team! GO TIGERS!
Posted on: April 4, 2008 10:04 pm

Andre Allen

A local radio personality (Mike Fleming WREC AM 600) is reporting Andre Allen may be re-instated tonight and fly to San Antonio to play against UCLA. This unverified report from a "trusted source" in San Antonio has stated that Andre Allen's drug test was a false positive related to residual prescription meds taken for a shoulder injury 2 weeks ago and is not a substance abuse issue at all. This is still unconfirmed as of 9:00 PM CDT. If this holds to be true it would be a surprise to me but I would retract my previous post in which I may have rushed to judge.
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: March 31, 2008 9:05 am

Final Four

Final Four, need I say more?
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: March 29, 2008 3:10 pm

Rainy Saturday

A rainy Saturday. What a great day to lay out on the couch and watch North Carolina rip Louisville apart at the seams.
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: March 28, 2008 11:58 am

So Much For Tennessee

I was secretly wishing for a Tennessee - Memphis match-up for the championship, but now that Tennessee is out, I guess I can now hope for a Memphis - Kansas match-up. I need to pick up more Rotel so I can keep it flowing all weekend. It is about to really get good. My big concern now is the court they are playing on in Texas. It is 3 feet higher than the surrounding area so that the teams will be eye level to the floor as they sit on the side. What happens when someone goes after an out-of bounds ball? Are they gonna fall 3 feet and break an arm or leg? I read it is an "experiment" to see if it is feasible to play games in football stadiums so they can pack in more people. It's looks to me that the NCAA would have experimented at some other time and not during thee tournament for goodness sakes! It's all about money, selling more seats makes more money. Who cares if it risks injuring players or costing a team a chance at a title because they all fell off the court. As long as they are making money, they don't care.
Category: NCAAB
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