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  • 01:35

    Tigers Tonight- Tulane Edition

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    The Memphis Tigers look to keep their streak of 14 straight wins alive when they host the Tulane Green Wave on Saturday October 31st at the Liberty Bowl.  The game will be broadcast on the CBS Sports Network with Dave Ryan and Jay Feely on the call.  Lauren Gardner will be the sideline reporter.  The game will kick off at 6:03PM.

  • 01:32

    Tigers Tonight- Houston Edition

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    The 25th ranked Memphis Tigers travel to Houston, Texas to take on the 13th ranked Houston Cougars.  The game will be broadcast on ESPN2 at 6:00PM on Saturday, November 14th.  Currently, Houston sits as a 4.5 point favorite.

  • 01:17

    Tigers Tonight- Southern Methodist

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    The 8-3 Memphis Tigers get set to close out the regular season against the 2-9 SMU Mustangs on Saturday from the Liberty Bowl.  The game will kickoff around 11:00AM and will be broadcast on ESPNNews.  Mike Couzens and Cole Cubelic will have the call. 

  • 01:24

    Tigers Tonight- Temple Edition

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    The Tigers look to rebound from the disapppointing loss to Houston when they travel to Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia to face the Temple Owls.  Temple is coming off a loss to South Florida.  The game will kickoff at 11am on ESPNU.  Anish Shroff and Ahmad Brooks have the call

  • 01:39

    Tigers Tonight- Tulsa Edition

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    The Memphis Tigers travel to Tulsa, Oklahoma to take on the Tulsa Golden Hurricane.  Tulsa is led by 1st year coach Phillip Montgomery and comes in with a record of 3-3, 0-2 in AAC play.  The game will be broadcast on ESPN on Friday night with kickoff set for 7pm.

  • 01:49

    Tigers Tonight- Mississippi Edition

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    The #22 Memphis Tigers and #12 Mississippi Rebels meet on Saturday at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium with kick off set for 11AM.  The game will be broadcast on ABC with a broadcast team of Tom Hart, Andre Ware, and Laura Rutledge.  Currently, the Mississippi Rebels sit as an 10 point favorite.

  • 01:32

    Tigers Tonight- Cincinnati Edition

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    The Memphis Tigers return home to face their old rival the Cincinnati Bearcats on Thursday night, September 24th at 6:30pm.  The game will be televised on ESPN.

  • Tigers Tonight- United States Naval Academy Edition

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    The Tigers return to the friendly confines to begin the "Gauntlet" against the US Naval Academy.  The game will kickoff at 6:03PM Central and will be broadcast on ESPN2.  Memphis is #15 in the AP, and remains at #16 in the coaches poll.

  • Tigers Tonight- Kansas Edition

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    The Memphis Tigers continue the 2015 campaign with a game against the Kansas Jayhawks.  Kansas is a member of the Big 12 Conference.  Game will kickoff at 6pm at Lawrence, Kansas.  The game will be broadcast over the internet on ESPN3.  Joining us will be Matt Tait, KU Football beat writer for the Lawrence World Journal.

  • 01:28

    Tigers Tonight- South Florida Edition

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    The University of Memphis Tigers take their 4-0 record on the road for the first time in AAC play to take on the South Florida Bulls.  The game will take place Friday night at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida and will be broadcast on ESPN2 and will kick off at 6:00PM.  The Bulls were off last week, and the Tigers will be coming off a dramatic win over Cincinnati on last Thursday night 53-46. Dave Fleming, Mack Brown, and Allison Williams are the broadcast team.  Our special guest this week is Jeff Odom, Tampa Bay Times USF beat writer.

  • 02:01

    Missouri Grassroots Radio

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    It's Not About Right and Left. It's About Right and Wrong!

    There is a culture war brewing in Springfield, MO and it's heating up. Recall petitions are being circulated for one city councilman, another councilwoman is under attack, and a recall effort is underway for the city's mayor. Catch the backstory and the details tonight as BTR featured host Dave Cort and his accomplished sidekick Lloyd "The Sloan Ranger" Sloan guide you through the intricacies.

    Then, who do YOU think won this week's Republican debate. It's pretty clear who lost.

    We'll take your calls on the studio line at 347-677-1835. It all happens tonight at 7PM Missouri Time. It's the best Friday night you'll spend this week.