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game #2: #13/13 Memphis (1-0) vs. #8/12 oklahoma st. (3-0) tuesday, Nov. 19 • 7 pm (ct) • gallagher-iba arena • stillwater, okla.

By The Numbers...

359

• Number of Tigers’ wins since 2000-01; Memphis is NCAA Division I’s 3rd-winningest program in 21st century

20.8

• Average margin of victory in the five Memphis-Oklahoma State mee ngs; only one game decided by single digits • Tigers have won last 8 games vs. state of Oklahoma NCAA Division I schools in the Sooner state (7 vs. Tulsa/1 vs. Okla.)

8 4th

• Tuesday’s game is only the fourth road opener in the month of November for the Tigers in the last 40 seasons • Four coaches in Tuesday’s game have Final Four experience — Memphis’ Josh Pastner, Jason Gardner; OSU’s Travis Ford, Butch Pierre

F-4

SETTING THE SCENE • Memphis makes an early-season road trip to S llwater, Okla., Tuesday, Nov. 19 to face Oklahoma State in a top-15 showdown. ESPN is televising Tuesday’s Old Spice Classic opening game. • The Tigers were ranked in the first regular-season na onal polls Nov. 11, remaining at No. 13 in both the Associated Press and ESPN/USA Today coaches polls. Oklahoma State was ranked No. 8 in the Associated Press poll and No. 12 in the coaches poll (the Nov. 18 rankings had not yet been released by the me this notes package was printed). • Last Thursday, Memphis opened its 2013-14 season with a 95-69 home victory over Aus n Peay. Six players ne ed double figures in the win. • In its lone exhibi on game Nov. 8, the Tigers posted a 92-63 victory over Chris an Brothers. • Prior to the exhibi on, the Tigers par cipated in a closed scrimmage Nov. 2 against Baylor on the Louisiana Tech campus in Ruston, La. • Memphis returns three starters, but only five le erwinners from last year’s squad. • Tuesday’s game is Oklahoma State’s fourth of the young season. The Cowboys defeated Mississippi Valley State, Utah Valley and ArkansasPine Bluff in their first three ou ngs. • Oklahoma State returns four starters and 12 le erwinners from last year’s squad.

Memphis Starters

Probable Starters/Top Reserves vs. OKLAHOMA STATE No. 2 4 1 11 55

Name Shaq Goodwin Aus n Nichols Joe Jackson Michael Dixon Jr. Geron Johnson

Pos F F G G G

Damien Wilson Chris Crawford Nick King

G G F

No. 2 4 20 22 33

Name Le’Bryan Nash Brian Williams Michael Cobbins Markel Brown Marcus Smart

Pos F F F G G

5 13 21

Stevie Clark Phil Forte Kamari Murphy

G G F

OSU Starters

0 3 5

Yr Ht/Wt So. 6-9/242 Fr. 6-8/212 Sr. 6-1/174 Sr. 6-1/200 Sr. 6-3/203 — Reserves — So. 6-6/191 Sr. 6-4/222 Fr. 6-7/220

PPG 10.0 6.0 16.0 15.0 11.0

RPG 2.0 5.0 7.0apg 4.0 10.0

Hometown Atlanta, Ga. Collierville, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Kansas City, Mo. Dayton, Ohio

9.0 11.0 13.0

4.0 8.0 5.0

Atlanta, Ga. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn.

Yr Ht/Wt Jr. 6-7/235 r-Jr. 6-5/210 r-Jr. 6-8/230 Sr. 6-3/190 So. 6-4/220 — Reserves — Fr. 5-11/175 So. 5-11/185 So. 6-8/220

PPG 13.7 10.0 5.0 15.3 13.7

RPG 6.3 4.0 4.3 3.7apg 4.3

Hometown Dallas, Texas Baton Rouge, La. Amarillo, Texas Alexandria, La. Flower Mound, Texas

10.0 21.0 4.5

5.7apg 2.0 6.0

Oklahoma City, Okla. Flower Mound, Texas Brooklyn, N.Y.

Email: Lchance1@memphis.edu

Tigers On TV/Radio/Web Television: ESPN (Bob Wischusen, play-byplay; Jay Bilas, color analyst)/Memphis Comcast channel 23 Radio: WREC 600 AM (Dave Woloshin, playby-play; Ma Dillon, color analyst; Forrest Goodman, studio host) Web: WatchESPN (ESPN3.com)

Schedule-Results (1-0, 0-0 American) November 8 14 19 23 28 29

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS^ .................... 92-63, W AUSTIN PEAY (SportSouth) ............... 95-69, W at Oklahoma State% (ESPN) ......................7 pm NICHOLLS (SportSouth) .......................... 5 pm vs. Siena# (ESPN2) ................................5:30 pm vs. LSU/Saint Joseph’s# (ESPN/2/U) . 4:30/7 pm

december 1 7 13 17 21 28 31

TBD# (ESPN/2/U)........................................ TBD NORTHWESTERN STATE (ESPN3) ........... 12 pm UALR (ESPN3) ......................................... 7 pm vs. Florida& (ESPN)....................................8 pm SOUTHEAST MISSOURI (SportSouth) ...... 7 pm JACKSON STATE (ESPNU) ...................... 11 am at USF* (ESPN2) ........................................6 pm

january 4 9 11 16 18 23 26 29

CINCINNATI* (ESPN2) ........................... 11 am at Louisville* (ESPN/ESPN2) ......................6 pm at Temple* (ESPN2) ...................................2 pm CONNECTICUT* (ESPN/ESPN2) ............... 6 pm LEMOYNE-OWEN (SportSouth) ............... 1 pm HOUSTON* (ESPNews) ........................... 7 pm USF* (CBS SN) ........................................ 1 pm at UCF* (ESPNU)........................................6 pm

february 1 4 8 12 15 20 22 27

at SMU* (CBS SN) ......................................1 pm RUTGERS* (CBS SN) ................................ 6 pm GONZAGA (ESPN Gameday/ESPN).......... 8 pm UCF* (ESPNU) ........................................ 8 pm at Connec cut* (ESPN/ESPN2) ...............11 am at Rutgers* (CBS SN) .................................6 pm TEMPLE* (ESPNU) ............................. 8:30 pm at Houston* (CBS SN) ................................8 pm

march 1 6 8 12-15

LOUISVILLE* (CBS Sports) ....................... 1 pm Cincinna * (ESPN/ESPN2) .........................6 pm SMU* (ESPN/ESPN2) ............................ 11 am American Athle c Conference Tournament (FedExForum/Memphis, Tenn.)

Home games in bold CAPS * American Game ^ Exhibition % Old Spice Classic Opening Game (Memphis) ^ Old Spice Classic (Orlando, Fla.) & Jimmy V Classic (New York, N.Y.)


g a m e # 2 • m e m p h i s v s . O K L A H O M A S TAT E • pa g e 2 National Polls 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Associated Press (Nov. 11) Kentucky (28).............................. 2-0 Michigan State (22) .................... 1-0 Louisville (12) .............................. 1-0 Duke (3) ...................................... 1-0 Kansas......................................... 1-0 Arizona ....................................... 1-0 Michigan ..................................... 1-0 Oklahoma State .......................... 1-0 Syracuse ..................................... 1-0 Ohio State ................................... 1-0 Florida ........................................ 1-0 North Carolina ............................ 1-0 Memphis ...................................0-0 VCU ............................................. 1-0 Gonzaga ..................................... 1-0 Wichita State .............................. 1-0 Marque e .................................. 1-0 Oregon........................................ 1-0 Connec cut................................. 1-0 Wisconsin ................................... 1-0 Notre Dame ................................ 2-0 New Mexico................................ 1-0 Baylor ......................................... 1-0 UCLA ........................................... 1-0 Virginia ....................................... 1-0 ARV: #35 LSU, #43 Cincinna

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. t.

ESPN/USA Today Coaches (Nov. 11) Kentucky (19).............................. 2-0 Michigan State (2) ...................... 1-0 Louisville (9) ................................ 1-0 Duke (2) ...................................... 1-0 Arizona ....................................... 1-0 Kansas......................................... 1-0 Syracuse ..................................... 1-0 Michigan ..................................... 1-0 Ohio State ................................... 1-0 Florida ........................................ 1-0 North Carolina ............................ 1-0 Oklahoma State .......................... 1-0 Memphis ...................................0-0 VCU ............................................. 1-0 Gonzaga ..................................... 1-0 Wichita State .............................. 1-0 Marque e .................................. 1-0 Oregon........................................ 1-0 Wisconsin ................................... 1-0 Connec cut................................. 1-0 New Mexico................................ 1-0 Notre Dame ................................ 2-0 Indiana........................................ 1-0 UCLA ........................................... 1-0 Baylor ......................................... 1-0 Virginia ....................................... 1-0

Memphis/OKLAHOMA STATE Statistical Comparison

Memphis/OKLAHOMA STATE Series Information

Sta s c Record RPI Sagarin Scoring Offense Scoring Defense Scoring Margin Free Throw Percentage Field Goal Percentage Field Goal Pct. Defense 3-Point Field Goal Pct. 3-Point FG Pct. Defense Rebounding Offense Rebounding Defense Rebounding Margin Blocked Shots Assists Steals

Overall series ...............Oklahoma State leads 3-2 Current streak ............Oklahoma State won last 2 Gms played in S llwater .Oklahoma St. leads 2-0 Last mee ng.................................... Mar. 21, 2004 OSU 70, UofM 53 NCAA Tournament/Second Round Kemper Arena/Kansas City, Mo. (boxscore on page 8) Last Memphis win ...........................Dec. 30, 1986 UofM 89, OSU 51 Mid-South Coliseum/Memphis Last UofM win in S llwater ......................... None Longest Memphis win streak ............................. 2 (1971-72, 1986-87) Last Oklahoma State win ............... Mar. 21, 2004 OSU 70, UofM 53 NCAA Tournament/Second Round Kemper Arena/Kansas City, Mo. Last OSU win in S llwater.................Dec. 5, 1989 OSU 93, UofM 66 Gallagher-Iba Arena Longest Oklahoma St. win streak .......2 (current) (1989-90, 2003-04) WHAT THE TIGERS DID A YEAR AGO • Memphis posted a 31-5 overall record and a perfect 16-0 Conference USA mark in 2012-13. • The Tigers swept the 2012-13 Conference USA tles, taking both the regular-season and tournament crowns. It was the sixth me in the last eight years that Memphis swept the C-USA championships. • The 30-win season was the sixth in the program’s history, and the 31 victories are ed for the fi h-most in school history. • The 16-0 league record was the fourth me in the last seven seasons the Tigers went unbeaten in conference ac on.

UofM 1-0 — — 95.0 69.0 +26.0 .708 .536 .460 .308 .286 50.0 27.0 +23.0 4.0 23.0 15.0

OSU 3-0 — — 102.3 55.0 +47.3 .702 .532 .350 .456 .279 42.7 31.3 +11.4 5.0 19.3 12.3

• Josh Pastner and Joe Jackson swept Conference USA’s top two honors, winning the league’s Gene Barton Coach of the Year and Player of the Year Awards, respec vely. Chris Crawford was named C-USA’s Sixth Man of the Year. • Crawford was voted the C-USA Tournament MVP a er leading the Tigers to the league postseason tle with a thrilling 91-79 doubleover me win over Southern Miss. Crawford hit a C-USA Tournament record 19 three-pointers in three games. • The Tigers earned C-USA’s automa c bid to the NCAA Tournament and advanced to the third round with a 54-52 second-round victory over Saint Mary’s. Memphis fell to Michigan State 70-48 in the third round.

Poll Tracking The Tigers Following Memphis In The Polls D-9

D-16

D-23

D-30

J-6

J-20 J-27 F-3 F-10 F-17 F-24 AP Coaches PS — preseason ranking; PT — post-tournament ranking

M-3

M-10 M-17

PT

AP Coaches

PS 13 13

N-11 13 13

N-18

N-25

D-2

J-13

T i g e r s R e c o r d W i t h S ta r t e r s

Record Games 1-0 APSU

Starters Goodwin, Nichols, Jackson, Dixon Jr., Johnson

ARV: #38 LSU *Tigers opponents/possible opponents in italics

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g a m e # 2 • m e m p h i s v s . O K L A H O M A S TAT E • pa g e 3 No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 10 11

2013-14 Memphis Numerical Roster Name Damien Wilson Joe Jackson Shaq Goodwin Chris Crawford Aus n Nichols Nick King Markel Crawford Michael Dixon Jr.

Pos G G F G F G/F G G

Ht 6-6 6-1 6-9 6-4 6-8 6-7 6-4 6-1

Wt 191 174 242 222 212 220 187 200

Yr So. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr.

12

David Pellom

F

6-7

224

Gr.

15

Dominic Woodson

F

6-10

310

Fr.

20 23

RaShawn “Pookie” Powell* G Kuran Iverson F/G

6-0 6-10

177 209

Fr. Fr.

32 35 42 55

Trey Draper Anthony Cole Jake McDowell Geron Johnson

5-10 6-1 6-6 6-3

170 193 196 203

Sr. So. Fr. Sr.

G G G/F G

Hometown/High School/Last School Atlanta, Ga./Oak Hill Academy (Va.) Memphis, Tenn./White Sta on HS Atlanta, Ga./Southwest DeKalb HS Memphis, Tenn./Sheffield HS Collierville, Tenn./Briarcrest Chris an School Memphis, Tenn./East HS Memphis, Tenn./Melrose HS Kansas City, Mo./Lee’s Summit West HS/ University of Missouri Wilmington, N.C./New Hanover HS/ George Washington University Round Rock, Texas/Stony Point HS/ Hun ngton Prep (W.Va.) Orlando, Fla./Dr. Phillips HS Har ord, Conn./Northwest Catholic HS Fishburne Military School (Va.) Memphis, Tenn./Mitchell HS Arlington, Tenn./Arlington HS Memphis, Tenn./Chris an Brothers HS Dayton, Ohio/Dunbar HS/ Chipola College (Fla.)/Garden City C.C. (Kan.)

* redshir ng 2013-14 season

P r o n u n c i at i o n G u i d e

AKI Collins ............................................ AH - kee MARKEL Crawford ............................. MAR - kell KURAN Iverson ................................... KUH - ron GERON Johnson .................................. JARE - un

SEASON OPENER Boxscore #13 Memphis 95, AUSTIN PEAY 69 Nov. 14, 2013 APSU Triggs Dyson Horton Williams Betran Garmon Greer Freeman Arentsen Herring Smith Mboup TEAM Totals Memphis Goodwin Nichols Jackson Dixon Jr. Johnson Wilson Crawford, C. King Woodson Draper Cole TEAM Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A 3-6 0-0 3-5 5-11 1-1 0-0 4-8 0-0 1-2 4-6 0-0 2-6 2-9 1-5 0-0 1-3 1-2 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 5-8 0-0 0-2 1-4 1-4 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 3-6 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2

RB 3 1 8 2 0 1 0 4 2 1 2 1 2 27

TP 9 11 9 10 5 3 0 10 3 2 6 1

RB 2 5 3 4 10 4 8 5 3 0 1 5 37-69 4-13 17-24 50

TP 10 6 16 15 11 9 11 13 4 0 0

29-63 4-14 7-19 FG-A 3P-A FT-A 4-7 0-0 2-2 3-7 0-0 0-2 5-11 0-3 6-6 5-7 1-2 4-4 5-10 0-1 1-2 4-7 0-0 1-4 4-6 3-5 0-0 5-9 0-1 3-4 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Aus n Peay 29 40 Memphis 51 44 Officials: Maxwell, Ayers, Henderson A endance: 15,785

A TO B S Min 1 2 2 1 29 0 3 0 1 22 2 2 5 1 25 4 4 0 3 21 1 3 0 0 28 2 1 0 4 13 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 16 2 0 0 1 13 0 0 0 0 5 3 4 1 0 19 0 1 0 2 6 1 69 15 22 8 14 200 A TO B S Min 1 5 2 1 21 1 3 1 1 24 7 3 0 2 29 2 2 0 4 24 4 1 1 1 26 2 2 0 1 19 4 1 0 4 23 0 1 0 0 15 2 2 0 1 15 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3

95 23 21 4 15 200 — —

69 95

Josh PASTNER ..................................PASS - ner David PELLOM.................................. PELL - um RASHAWN Powell ....................... RUH - shawn

WHAT THE COWBOYS DID A YEAR AGO • Oklahoma State posted a 24-9 overall record and a 13-5 Big 12 Conference mark in 2012-13. • The Cowboys finished in third place in the Big 12 Conference regular-season standings . • Oklahoma State went 1-1 in the Big 12 Conference Tournament, advancing to the semifinal round. • The Cowboys received an at-large NCAA Tournament bid and dropped a 68-55 decision to Oregon in the second round. • Oklahoma State finished 2012-13 ranked No. 17 in the Associated Press poll. SCOUTING THE COWBOYS • Oklahoma State, ranked No. 8 in the Associated Press poll and No. 12 in the ESPN/USA Today coaches poll, brings a perfect 3-0 record into Tuesday’s encounter. • The Cowboys have wins over Mississippi Valley State 117-62, Utah Valley 93-40 and ArkansasPine Bluff 97-63. • Oklahoma State has six players averaging double figures. Phil Forte leads all scorers with a 21.0 average, followed by Markel Brown (15.3 ppg), Marcus Smart (13.7), Le’Bryan Nash (13.7), Brian Williams (10.0) and Stevie Clark (10.0). • Nash (6.3 rpg) and Kamari Murphy (6.0) leads the Cowboys on the glass.

M E M P H I S AT H L E T I C S C O M M U N I C AT I O N S

Office Address Office Phone Fax

203 Athle c Office Bldg. 570 Normal St. Memphis, TN 38152 901-678-2337 901-678-4134

S Ron Mears, Asst. AD/MRD............................... rmears@memphis.edu Lamar Chance, Asst. MRD/MBB Contact ....... lchance1@memphis.edu Tammy DeGroff, Asst. MRD/WBB Contact....... tdegroff@memphis.edu Brandon Kolditz, Asst. MRD ............................. wkolditz@memphis.edu Jared Brown, Asst. MRD .................................. jsbrown8@memphis.edu Mark Taylor, Asst. MRD ................................... mark.taylor@memphis.edu Martha Woods, Secretary................................ mwoods@memphis.edu Brad Pope, Assistant ........................................ sbpope@memphis.edu Blake Barington, Assistant ............................... bcbrngtn@memphis.edu Trevor Kuss, Assistant ...................................... trevor.kuss@memphis.edu Alex Hubbard, Assistant................................... alex.hubbard@memphis.edu

TIGERS ON THE WEB

For game notes, rosters, sta s cs and other informa on on Memphis Tigers basketball, go to the University of Memphis athle cs website at:

www.GoTigersGo.com

TIGERS ON THE RADIO

All Memphis basketball games are broadcast on the Tigers’ network flagship sta on, WREC 600AM. Dave Woloshin calls the playby-play, while Ma Dillon serves as the color analyst. Dillon and Forrest Goodman (in studio) host the pre- and postgame shows. WREC 600AM also broadcasts Josh Pastner’s weekly radio show, which is held at the Lynchburg Legends Bar & Grill located in the East Memphis DoubleTree Inn. Forrest Goodman serves as host of the weekly call-in show. The first Pastner radio weekly call-in show is scheduled for Dec. 2.

JOSH PASTNER TELEVISION SHOW

Head coach Josh Pastner’s weekly television coach’s show is televised every Sunday night at 10 p.m. (CT) during the season by FOX 13/WHBQ-TV in Memphis. The show begins Dec. 1, 2013. Dave Woloshin and Ma Stark serve as the show’s co-hosts.

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g a m e # 2 • m e m p h i s v s . O K L A H O M A S TAT E • pa g e 4 • Clark is the team’s top playmaker with 17 assists (5.7 apg). • Forte (63.6 percent), Brown (47.1) and Clark (44.4) all shoot over 45 percent from the threepoint line. • The Cowboys are averaging over 100 points per game (102.3) and are shoo ng 53.2 percent from the field, 45.6 percent from the arc and 70.2 percent from the free throw line. • Oklahoma State is out-rebounding its opponents by an average margin of +11.4 boards per game (42.7-31.3). • Head coach Travis Ford is in his sxith season at Oklahoma State. He has a 107-63 record at the school.

NOT A CLOSE SERIES • Memphis and Oklahoma State have met five previous mes, and only one encounter has been close (decided by single digits). • The lone single-digit outcome was the first mee ng between the two programs in 1970-71 when the Tigers lost to the Cowboys 93-87 in S llwater, Okla. (Dec. 9, 1970). • Since then, the average margin of victory in the last four mee ngs is 24.5 points. • Of the last four encounters, the closest decision was 16 points in the 1971-72 season, an 84-68 Tigers victory in Memphis on Dec. 4, 1971. • Including all five games, the average margin of victory is 20.8 points.

MEMPHIS VS. THE BIG 12 CONFERENCE • The Tigers have an all- me 36-17 record (.679 winning percentage) against members of the Big 12 Conference. • Memphis has played Baylor (6-1), Kansas (2-6), Kansas State (2-1), Oklahoma (6-0), Oklahoma State (2-3), TCU (10-1), Texas (2-4), Texas Tech (5-0) and West Virginia (1-1). • The last me Memphis played a Big 12 Conference opponent was the 2010-11 campaign when the Tigers played Kansas in the Jimmy V Classic at Madison Square Garden in New York City Dec. 7, 2010. • The last me Memphis posted a victory over a Big 12 Conference foe came in the 2008 NCAA Tournament. The Tigers defeated Texas 85-67 in the 2008 NCAA Tournament South Region championship game, propelling Memphis to the Final Four.

LAST TIGERS TIME VS. THE COWBOYS • It’s a game most Tigers fans would like to forget. • A er a 2004 NCAA Tournament opening-round win over South Carolina, Memphis faced Oklahoma State, the East Region’s No. 2 seed. • The Tigers were not even in the game from the start, and Oklahoma State cruised to the 70-53 win at Kemper Arena in Kansas City, Mo. • Wren Baker, current Memphis Deputy Director of Athle cs, was an assistant coach on that Oklahoma State squad. • The Cowboys, under the director of head coach Eddie Su on, advanced to the 2004 NCAA Final Four. LAST PASTNER TIME VS. THE COWBOYS • The last me Josh Pastner was on the opposing sideline against Oklahoma State also was in NCAA Tournament play.

• In the 2005 NCAA Tournament, Arizona — with Pastner as an assistant under Hall of Famer Lute Olson — played Oklahoma State in the Sweet Sixteen in Chicago, Ill. • In a ba le of top-10 teams, the Wildcats posted a 79-78 win over Oklahoma State to advance to the Elite Eight. A FINAL FOUR “FEEL” TUESDAY • The 2014 NCAA Final Four is s ll five months away, but the two staffs in Tuesday’s game have a combined four coaches that have Final Four experience, with two on each bench. • Tigers head coach Josh Pastner went to the 1997 (player; won tle) and 2001 (staff member; runner-up) Final Fours, while assistant coach Jason Gardner played in the 2001 Final Four. • Oklahoma State head coach Travis Ford was a member of the Kentucky Wildcats squad that played in the 1993 NCAA Final Four in New Orleans, La. • Cowboys assistant coach Butch Pierre was an assistant at LSU in 2005-06 when the Tigers advanced to the Final Four in Indianapolis, Ind. TIGERS-COWBOYS CONNECTION • The Memphis and Oklahoma State basketball programs have a connec on, and it’s through the Iba name. • Henry Iba coached the Cowboys program for 36 seasons and posted a 655-317 record at the school. • Iba led Oklahoma State to back-to-back NCAA tles in 1945 and 1946. He was inducted in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in 1969. The

FedExForum

The Home of The Tigers The 2013-14 season marks the 10th for the Tigers in their home arena, FedExForum, which officially opened in September, 2004. Located just a few feet off Beale Street on historic Highway 61, FedExForum rises to extend the heart of the Memphis entertainment district. Memphis plays all of its 2013-14 home contests in the 18,400-seat arena, which is serving as the host site for the inaugual American Athle c Conference Championship Mar. 12-15, 2014. Two weeks, later, FedExForum is hosting the 2014 NCAA Tournament South Regional Mar. 27-29. Since it opened in 2004, FedExForum has hosted six Conference USA Tournaments, the 2009 NCAA Men’s South Regional and 2010 NCAA Women’s South Regional. At 135 feet high, FedExForum provides a new backdrop for historic Beale Street. The 805,850 square-feet arena, covering 13.8 acres, features five levels as well as state-of-the-art locker rooms and facili es for sports teams, as well as an excep onal dining and entertainment experiences for its patrons. Capacity: 18,400 Open House: Sept. 6, 2004 First Event: Usher concert, Sept. 17, 2004 First Memphis Tiger event: Midnight Madness, Oct. 15, 2004 First Memphis exhibi on game: vs. Chris an Brothers, Nov. 6, 2004 (81-70, W) First Memphis regular season game: vs. Savannah State, Coaches vs. Cancer, Nov. 11, 2004 (102-40, W) Memphis record at FedExForum: 163-18 (.901 winning percentage)

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g a m e # 2 • m e m p h i s v s . O K L A H O M A S TAT E • pa g e 5 school added his name to the basketball arena in 1987. • Iba’s son, Moe, served as the Tigers head coach from 1966-70. • Moe came to the Bluff City a er serving as Don Haskins’ assistant at UTEP from 1962-66. Moe was a member of the coaching staff that led the Miners to the 1966 NCAA tle. A RARE NOVEMBER TIGERS ROAD GAME • Sure, the Tigers have played away from the Bluff City several mes in November in their history, but most of those contests were at neutral-site events such as the Maui Invita onal, NIT Season Tip-Off and Ba le 4 Atlan s. • Tuesday’s contest at Oklahoma State is only Memphis’ fourth “true” road game in the month of November in the last 40 seasons. • The last me the Tigers played a “true” road game in November was in 2005-06. Memphis played Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Ala., in the second round of the NIT Season Tip-Off. The Tigers won that game 87-76. • The following lists the Tigers’ “true” road games in November since 1973-74: Year/Date 2013-14/Nov. 19 2005-06/Nov. 17 1997-98/Nov. 21 1990-91/Nov. 14

Opponent at Oklahoma St.^ at Alabama# at Vanderbilt at Boston College#

Result ——— 87-76, W 77-86, L 78-82, L

# NIT Season Tip-Off ^ Old Spice Classic Opening Game

TIGERS IN RECENT ROAD OPENERS • Memphis plays its first road game of the season at Oklahoma State Tuesday. • Since the 1996-97 campaign, the Tigers have a 6-11 record (.353 winning percentage) in its opening road game of a season. • Memphis won its oad opener last season with an 85-80 victory over in-state rival Tennessee on Jan. 4, 2013. • Under head coach Josh Pastner, the Tigers are 3-1 in road openers. TIGERS VS. OKLAHOMA DIVISION I PROGRAMS IN THE SOONER STATE • In their history, the Tigers have played all four NCAA Division I programs from the state of Oklahoma. • Overall, Memphis is 37-18 (.673 winning percentage) against Sooner state foes Oklahoma (6-0), Oklahoma State (2-3), Oral Roberts (6-2) and Tulsa (23-13). • Against those four schools when playing in the state of Oklahoma, the Tigers are 13-7 (.650 winning percentage). • Memphis has won its last eight games (7 over Tulsa, 1 over Oklahoma) against the state of Oklahoma NCAA Division I programs inside the Sooner state lines. • The last me the Tigers dropped a game versus a state of Oklahoma NCAA Division I program

inside the state lines was in the 1989-90 season. Memphis lost to Oklahoma State 93-66 in S llwater, Okla., on Dec. 5, 1989. MEMPHIS’ record in the sooner staTE • In addi on to playing on the campuses of the four NCAA Division I schools in Oklahoma, Memphis also played three postseason events in the Sooner state, and all three were recent. • All three postseason tournaments were played at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Okla. The Tigers played in the 2010 and 2013 Conference USA Tournaments and 2011 NCAA Tournament. • Memphis went 3-2 in those three postseason appearances in the state of Oklahoma. • So, the Tigers’ overall record against NCAA Division I opponents in the state of Oklahoma is 16-9 (.640 winning percentage). TEAM USA REUNION TUESDAY • Tuesday’s Memphis-Oklahoma State contest features a 2012 Team USA U18 reunion. • Tigers sophomore Shaq Goodwin and Cowboys sophomore Marcus Smart were teammates on the United States U18 squad in June of 2012. • The tandem helped the U.S. post a 5-0 record and win the gold medal at the FIBA Americas U18 Championship in Sao Sebas áo do Paraiso, Brazil. • Goodwin averaged 12.4 points (third on team) and 4.8 rebounds (fourth on team), while Smart started all five games and averaged 7.4 points, 4.0 assists, 3.6 steals and 3.4 rebounds. MEMPHIS IN IN-SEASON TOURNEY OPENING GAMES • Tuesday’s contest is the fourth in-season tournament “opening” game for the Tigers in recent seasons. • Tuesday’s game versus Oklahoma State is an “opening” game for the 2013 Old Spice Classic. • The Tigers’ first three in-season tournament “opening” games were played at FedExForum. • The following shows Memphis’ in-season tournament “opening” game results: Year 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2008-09

Opponent/Tournament Oklahoma State/Old Spice Samford/Ba le 4 Atlan s Belmont/Maui Invita onal Fairfield/P.R. Shootout

Result ——— 65-54, W 97-81, W 90-63, W

TIGERS IN IN-SEASON TOURNAMENTS • Tuesday’s encounter with Oklahoma State is the Tigers’ “opening-round” contest in the 2013 Old Spice Classic. • The Tigers have a 97-65 overall record (.599 winning percentage) in regular-season tournaments/classics in the program’s history. • Under head coach Josh Pastner, the Tigers have an 11-7 record (.611 winning percentage) in regular-season tournaments/classics.

JOSH PASTNER Head Coach 107-34 Record 5th Year in 2013-14 • A Kingwood, Texas, nave, Pastner was hired as the University of Memphis’ 17th head coach on Apr. 7, 2009. • Pastner had a record of 106-34 at Memphis in his four seasons, the most victories by a Tigers head coach in that span of me. • Last year, Pastner guided Memphis to a 31-5 overall record and a 16-0 Conference USA mark. The Tigers swept the C-USA regular-season and tournament tles and earned an NCAA Tournament berth. • In each of his four seasons, Pastner has led the Tigers to a 20-win campaign and a postseason berth (2010 NIT; 2011, 2012, 2013 NCAA) • Pastner served as an assistant coach for the Tigers in the 2008-09 season. • Prior to joining the Memphis basketball family, Pastner spent 12 years of his college basketball life at Arizona as a player, staff member and assistant coach. • While in Tucson, Pastner was a member of Wildcats squads that made 12-straight NCAA Tournament appearances and posted a 290-103 record (19972008). • Pastner was a player on the 1996-97 Arizona team that won the NCAA tle.

Pastner Year-By-Year Record Season Team/Posi on W-L 2013-14 Memphis/HC 1-0 2012-13 Memphis/HC 31-5 2011-12 Memphis/HC 26-9 2010-11 Memphis/HC 25-10 2009-10 Memphis/HC 24-10 2008-09 Memphis/Asst. 33-4 2007-08 Arizona/Asst. 19-15 2006-07 Arizona/Asst. 20-11 2005-06 Arizona/Asst. 20-13 2004-05 Arizona/Asst. 30-7 2003-04 Arizona/Asst. 20-10 2002-03 Arizona/Asst. 28-4 2001-02 Arizona/Video* 24-10 2000-01 Arizona/Asst.# 25-6 1999-2000 Arizona/Player 2nd 1998-99 Arizona/Player 22-6 1997-98 Arizona/Player 30-5 1996-97 Arizona/Player 25-9 Memphis Totals 139-38

Arizona Totals (Staff/Player)

290-103

Total

430-141

Notes (R/T)/NCAA 3rd (R/T)/NCAA 2nd (T)/NCAA 2nd NIT 2nd (R/T)/Sweet 16 NCAA 1st NCAA 1st NCAA 2nd (R)/Elite Eight NCAA 1st (R)/Elite Eight (T)/Sweet 16 NCAA Title Gm 27-7 (R)/NCAA NCAA 1st (R)/Elite Eight NCAA Champ 7 conf. tles/ 4 NCAA/ 1 Sweet 16/ 1 NIT 5 conf. tles/ 12 NCAA/ 6 Sweet 16/ 5 Elite Eight/ 2 Final Four/ 2 NCAA tle games/ 1 NCAA tle

(R) — denotes conf. regular season tle (T) — denotes conf. tournament tle * also served as recrui ng coordinator # undergraduate assistant coach

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g a m e # 2 • m e m p h i s v s . O K L A H O M A S TAT E • pa g e 6 TIGERS AMONG WINNINGEST PROGRAMS IN RECENT YEARS Since 2005-06 (through Nov. 17, 2013) 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 9.

Kansas ............................................ 253 Memphis ..................................... 244 Duke ............................................... 239 North Carolina ............................... 231 Ohio State ...................................... 231 Florida ............................................ 223 Pi sburgh ...................................... 218 Syracuse ......................................... 218 Gonzaga ......................................... 216 Butler ............................................. 216

Since 2000-01 (through Nov. 17, 2013) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kansas ............................................ 391 Duke ............................................... 390 Memphis ..................................... 359 Gonzaga ......................................... 350 Syracuse ......................................... 348 Pi sburgh ...................................... 347 Kentucky ........................................ 341 Florida ............................................ 339 North Carolina ............................... 337 Utah State ...................................... 326

• Last season, Memphis was 2-2 in regular-season tournaments/classics. The Tigers competed in the Ba le 4 Atlan s event in The Bahamas. • The Old Spice Classic is one of two regular-season tournaments/classics the Tigers are playing in this season. Memphis meets Florida in the Jimmy V Classic in New York City Dec. 17. • Memphis has won 16 in-season tournament tles/classics. • The last me the Tigers carried home the trophy from an in-season tournament (more than one game) came in 2010-11. Memphis won the Global Sports Challenge with wins over Centenary, Northwestern State, LSU and UT Mar n. OLD HAT AT GALLAGHER-IBA • For one Memphis Tiger, the trip to GallagherIba Arena in S llwater, Okla., won’t be a new thing. • Senior Michael Dixon Jr. transferred to Memphis from the University of Missouri this past summer. • During his me as a Missouri Tiger, Dixon Jr. made two trips to S llwater in the 2010-11 and 2011-12 seasons. • However, Dixon Jr.’s trips were not successful, as Oklahoma State won both games. The Cowboys’ 2011-12 win over Dixon Jr.’s Missouri team was when the Tigers were ranked No. 2 in the na on. tigers non-conference success • Since 1999-2000, the Tigers have a non-conference record (including postseason) of 190-66

for a 74.2 winning percentage. • In 2012-13, Memphis had a 15-5 record against non-conference opponents (including postseason). TIGERS LOVE NOVEMBER • Since 1999-2000, Memphis has a 53-19 record (.736 winning percentage) in November. • Of the 19 November losses, 11 were to na onally-ranked teams. • The Tigers are 36-8 (.818 winning percentage) in November the last nine seasons (2005-06 to 2013-14), with three of the eight setbacks coming to ranked opponents. • The following shows Memphis’ progress in November games since the 1999-2000 campaign: Year Nov. Rec. 2013-14 1-0 2012-13 4-2 2011-12 3-2 2010-11 5-0 2009-10 4-1 2008-09 4-1 2007-08 6-0 2006-07 4-1 2005-06 5-1 2004-05 4-2 2003-04 2-1 2002-03 2-1 2001-02 5-2 2000-01 2-3 1999-2000 2-2 Totals 53-19

Losses to Ranked Teams — 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 2 2 0 11

A “FROSH” START • The Tigers had three freshmen that made their collegiate debuts Nov. 14 versus Aus n Peay. The three freshmen were Nick King, Aus n Nichols and Dominic Woodson. • Three other freshmen did not play Nov. 14. Markel Crawford did not see ac on due to a

possible redshirt, and Jake McDowell was out with an injury. Kuran Iverson missed the Nov. 14 contest serving an NCAA one-game suspension. Iverson is making his collegiate debut Tuesday at Oklahoma State. • The following shows recent freshmen firstgame performances in Tigers history: Year Freshman 2013-14 Nick King Aus n Nichols Dominic Woodson 2012-13 Shaq Goodwin Damien Wilson 2011-12 Adonis Thomas 2008-09 Tyreke Evans 2007-08 Derrick Rose 2005-06 Shawne Williams Chris D.-Roberts 2004-05 Darius Washington Jr. Joey Dorsey 2003-04 Sean Banks 2002-03 Jeremy Hunt Rodney Carney 2001-02 Dajuan Wagner

Pts/Rebs/Other 13/5 6/5 (started) 4/3/2 ast 8/7/2 ast, 3 stl 2/0/0 12/3/1 blk 19/5/3 ast 17/6/5 ast 17/4/4 ast 4/3 10/6/8 ast 10/16/2 blk 10/14/1 blk 19/7/7 ast 12/9/5 ast 18/1/4 ast, 2 stl

NO REDSHIRTS YET • Head coach Josh Pastner announced last week that he had discussed the possibility of redshirting freshman Markel Crawford. • Markel Crawford entered Memphis coming off the 2012-13 season in which he did not play his high school senior year as a result of an ACL injury suffered in the summer of 2012. • Pastner said the decision is up to Markel Crawford and his family. • The lone redshirt to date is freshman RaShawn “Pookie” Powell, who is enrolled at the University of Memphis, but has not been cleared to par cipate in prac ce and games.

Memphis To Be A Part Of NCAA Basketball Ticket Giveaway Contest During 2013-14 Season The University of Memphis announced Nov. 6 that it is joining other athle cs departments from across the na on in a weekly na onal cket giveaway contest to send fans to the 2014 NCAA Tournament. The 15-week contest began Nov. 6 and runs throughout college basketball’s regular season, which concludes Mar. 10, 2014. The contest gives fans the opportunity to win four ckets to the NCAA Men’s Final Four or an NCAA Tournament preliminary-round game. Tigers fans can enter the contest each week through mul ple Memphis Athle cs pla orms on Facebook (MemphisTigers) and Twi er (@TigersAthle cs) and select spor ng events. Each week, one winner will be chosen by the Memphis Athle cs Department, and the Memphis winner will be entered into a na onal draw-

ing with fans from other NCAA Division I ins tuons. The NCAA then will randomly choose one winner to receive the cket op on of their choice ( ckets to the Final Four or a tournament preliminary-round game). The following is the contest’s weekly schedule: • Monday – Campuses send one registrant’s informa on to NCAA (before 9:59 p.m. CT) • Tuesday – NCAA randomly draws the weekly na onal winner (approximately 11 a.m. CT); NCAA no fies the weekly na onal winner’s school (before 4 p.m. CT) • Wednesday – Campus no fies weekly na onal winner and confirms informa on with NCAA • Thursday – NCAA announces/posts the weekly winner and campus affilia on

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g a m e # 2 • m e m p h i s v s . O K L A H O M A S TAT E • pa g e 7 PASTNER 15TH-YOUNGEST HEAD COACH IN NCAA DIVISION 1 HOOPS • Although younger head coaches are hired around the country year a er year, Memphis’ Josh Pastner remains among the youngest head coaches (15th) in NCAA Division I hoops. • Pastner was the 11th-youngest head coach at the NCAA Division I level in 2012-13. • The following lists the youngest head coaches at the NCAA Division I level in 2013-14: Coach, School Bashir Mason, Wagner Will Wade, Cha anooga Wes Miller, UNC Greensboro Richard Pi no, Minnesota Jamion Christian, Mount St. Mary’s Andy Toole, Robert Morris Jason Capel, Appalachian State Brian Wardle, UW-Green Bay Brandon Miller, Butler Nicholas McDevi , UNCA Archie Miller, Dayton Tony Jasick, IPFW Ma Langel, Colgate Jason James, UT Mar n Josh Pastner, Memphis Steve Masiello, Manha an John Gallagher, Har ord Shaka Smart, VCU

Age 29 29 30 31 31 33 33 34 34 34 35 35 35 36 36 36 36 36

Birthdate Feb. 11, 1984 Nov. 26, 1982 Jan. 28, 1983 Sept. 16, 1982 Apr. 18, 1982 Sept. 11, 1980 Jan. 15, 1980 Oct. 10, 1979 May 21,1979 ———— Oct. 30, 1978 Apr. 17, 1978 Nov. 21, 1977 Oct. 10, 1977 Sept. 26, 1977 Sept. 2, 1977 May 27, 1977 Apr. 8, 1977

iverson to MAKE COLLEGIATE DEBUT TUESDAY; SERVED ncaa suspension NOV. 14 • Freshman Kuran Iverson will make his collegiate debut Tuesday against No. 8/12 Oklahoma State. • Iverson did not see ac on in the Nov. 14 season opener versus Aus n Peay, serving an NCAA one-game suspension. • Iverson was suspended for one game a er parcipa ng in an unauthorized summer league game in Har ord, Conn. The University of Memphis self-reported the viola on. • The Tigers 6-foot-10 forward/guard did not seek permission from Memphis to play in the league. • Under NCAA rules, players are only allowed to play in summer league games in either their home area or close to where they a end school, but not both. • Iverson had already played in the Bluff City Classic prior to par cipa ng in the Har ord summer league. pellom out for five weeks after nov. 7 knee surgery • Graduate student David Pellom underwent arthroscopic debridement surgery on his le knee Nov. 7. Dr. Barry Phillips of Campbell Clinic performed the surgery. • Pellom, a transfer from George Washington University, is expected to be sidelined for five weeks.

2014 Tigers Hoops SigneeS Trahson Burrell Forward/6-7/200 Albany, N.Y./St. Thomas More (Conn.)/ Summit Chris an Academy (Mich.)/ Lee College (Texas) Compe ng in his sophomore season at Lee College in 2013-14 … In his first season at Lee College in 2012-13, averaged 13.7 points, 7.4 rebounds and 2.7 assists in 21 games … Shot 51.4 percent from the field and 70 percent from the free throw line for the Runnin’ Rebels … Made eight starts … Ne ed double figures in 14 of his 21 appearances, including four 20-point performances … Scored a seasonhigh 28 points in the season-opening win over Lone Star-Kingwood … Scored 16 points in each game at the Na onal Junior College Tournament in Hutchinson, Kan. … Had six double-figure rebounding contests … Pulled down a season-best 15 boards twice in wins over Baton Rouge Community College and Lamar State College-Port Arthur … Helped lead the Runnin’ Rebels to a 24-11 overall record and a 13-7 Region XIV Athle c Conference mark … Lee College won the Region XIV tle and advanced to the Na onal Junior College Tournament for the first me in the program’s history … The Runnin’ Rebels won their first game at the na onal tournament, before falling in the second round … Originally signed to a end the University of Rhode Island for the 2011-12 season … Played his final season of high school in 2010-11 at Summit Chris an Academy in East Lansing, Mich. … Prior to his year at Summit Chris an Academy, played at St. Thomas More in Oakdale, Conn. … Averaged 15.2 points and 10.4 rebounds for St. Thomas More in 2009-10 … Helped lead the Chancellors to a 26-9 record and the semifinal round of the Na onal Prep School Championship … In the summers, played with Lamar Odom’s Rich Soil AAU program. Chris Hawkins Forward/6-6/230 Sun Prairie, Wis./Sun Prairie HS/ Motlow State Community College (Tenn.)/ Southwest Tennessee Community College Playing his sophomore season at Southwest Tennessee Community College in Memphis, Tenn., in 2013-14 … In his only season at Motlow State Community College in 2012-13, averaged 12.9 points, 6.8 rebounds and 1.9 assists … Saw ac on in 22 games and made 12 starts … Ne ed double figures in 16 games, including three 20-point performances … Scored a season-high 29 points in a win over Dyersburg State Community College … Has 15 games in which he grabbed seven or more rebounds … Pulled down a season-best 13 rebounds in a victory over Jackson State Community College … Named to the All-Tennessee Community College Athle c Associa on (TCCAA)/Region VII Conference first team … Helped lead the Bucks to a 26-4 overall record and an 18-1 Region VII Conference mark … Named the TCCAA/ Region VII Tournament MVP a er leading Motlow State to the program’s first region championship in 30 years … Averaged 21.3 points and 7.3 rebounds in the Bucks’ three wins in the TCCAA/Region VII Tournament … With their regional tle, the Bucks advanced to the Na onal Junior College Tournament in Hutchinson, Kan. … Motlow State lost in the second round of the na onal tournament.

Prior to moving to the junior college ranks, played his prep basketball for the Sun Prairie High School Cardinals in Sun Prairie, Wis. … Averaged a double-double of 17.3 points and 10.5 rebounds his senior season … Named to the State Journal Division I All-Area second team … An All-Big Eight Conference second team pick … Helped lead the Cardinals to a 19-6 record and an appearance in the Wisconsin Interscholas c Athle c Associa on (WIAA) Division I sec onal final. Dominic Magee Guard/6-4/180 Harvey, La./Helen Cox HS Playing his final prep season at Helen Cox High School in Harvey, La. … Prior to 2013-14 season, rated the No. 2 player in The Times-Picayune Super 16 … In the summer of 2013, par cipated in the Reebok Breakout Camp All-Stars event at the famous Rucker Park in Harlem, N.Y. … Ranked the na on’s No. 71 player by ESPN.com and Yahoo.com … 247sports.com rated him the na on’s No. 66 player … Also rated the No. 2 player in the state of Louisiana by ESPN.com … Rated one of the na on’s top point guards by Scout.com (No. 26) and 247sports.com (No. 15) … Ba led injuries throughout most of the 2012-13 season … Named to the All-District 9-4A Team … Helped lead Helen Cox High School to the state playoffs in 2012-13 … The Cougars advanced to the bi-district round of the playoffs, where they dropped a 65-64 decision to Vanderbilt Catholic … The playoffs appearance was Helen Cox’s first since 2009 … Helen Cox High School finished 2012-13 with an 18-11 record … Played summer AAU basketball with the Louisiana Future program. Avery Woodson Guard/6-3/195 Waynesboro, Miss./Wayne County HS/ East Mississippi Community College Playing his first season at East Mississippi Community College in 2013-14 ... Transferred back to his home state a er signing with Southeastern Louisiana University prior to his senior season ... Chosen to the 2011-12 Jackson Clarion-Ledger Boys Basketball Dandy Dozen preseason basketball team ... Tabbed Class 5A All-State second team by The ClarionLedger as a senior … Averaged a team-leading 15.1 points per game, including nine 20-point ou ngs ... Scored a season-high 30 points against West Jones ... Helped lead head coach Ron Norman’s 33-2 WCHS War Eagles to a runner-up finish in the 2012 Class 5A MHSAA State Tournament ... Voted team’s Best Offensive Player and shared team MVP honors with Arkansas State’s Raeford Worsham his senior season ... Capped his prep playing career by par cipa ng in the 2012 Mississippi/Alabama High School All-Star Basketball Game ... Averaged 9.7 points and 6.0 rebounds per contest as a junior, helping lead the 31-1 War Eagles to the 2011 Class 5A state championship ... Tallied 18 points on 5-of6 shoo ng (3-4 treys) from the field and 5-of-5 from the line in tle-game win over Lanier ... Selected to compete in Mississippi’s 2011 North-South All-Star Game for rising seniors.

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g a m e # 2 • m e m p h i s v s . O K L A H O M A S TAT E • pa g e 8 • The 6-foot-7, 224-pound forward was experiencing some knee discomfort from an injury suffered earlier in his collegiate career at George Washington.

Last MEETING Boxscore

JACKSON NAMED TO WOODEN AWARD PRESEASON TOP-50 LIST • For the second me in his career, Joe Jackson was named to the John R. Wooden Award Presented by Wendy’s Preseason Top-50, the Los Angeles Athle c Club announced Nov. 12. • It is the third-consecu ve season a Tiger has been on the Wooden Award’s preseason list, as Jackson and Will Barton were 2011-12 candidates and Adonis Thomas a 2012-13 nominee. • In October, Jackson was a unanimous selec on to the 2013-14 preseason All-American Athle c Conference first team and also was named a 2013-14 Bob Cousy Award Watch List nominee. • Jackson is one of five players from the American Athle c Conference among the Wooden Award’s Top-50. Joining Jackson on the Wooden Award preseason list were Louisville’s Montrezl Harrell and Russ Smith, Cincinna ’s Sean Kilpatrick and Connec cut’s Shabazz Napier. MEMPHIS RANKED IN PRESEASON POLLS • The Tigers found themselves in both na onal preseason polls this year, checking in at No. 13 in the Associated Press poll and No. 13 in the ESPN/USA Today coaches poll. • It is the ninth me in the last 10 seasons Memphis has been ranked in the preseason. • In its history, Memphis has been ranked a total of 21 mes in the preseason polls, and the following shows that: Year 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2001-02 1995-96

Rank #13 #17 #11 #19 #13 #3 #13 #12 #24 #12 #12

Year 1992-93 1989-90 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73

Rank #8 #24 #14 #5 #5 #6 #19 #15 #20 #11

dixon jr., jackson on cousy watch list • Tigers seniors Michael Dixon Jr. and Joe Jackson both were named to the 2013-14 Bob Cousy Award Watch List Oct. 22, 2013. • The Cousy Award, named for Hall of Famer and Boston Cel cs great Bob Cousy, is given annually to the na on’s top point guard. • Dixon Jr. and Jackson also were Cousy Award candidates in 2011-12. • Memphis is one of two teams to have two candidates among the 45 players on the Cousy

Watch List. Harvard is the other school to have two preseason Cousy Award candidates. • Dixon Jr. and Jackson are two of four American Athle c Conference guards on the list. Connec cut’s Shabazz Napier and Louisville’s Chris Jones also are Cousy Award candidates. jackson lone tiger to receive preseason AMERICAN ATHLETIC conference honors • Joe Jackson was the only Tiger named to the 2013-14 preseason All-American Athle c Conference team. • Jackson was a unanimous All-American Athle c Conference first team selec on.

in the top-10 percent of their respec ve sports. • Memphis was one of 35 schools in the na on to receive an NCAA Public Recogni on Award and also par cipate in the 2013 NCAA Tournament. • Memphis also was the only men’s basketball program in Conference USA to earn an NCAA Public Recogni on Award. • The NCAA Public Recogni on Awards are based on the sports’ most-recent mul -year Academic Progress Rate (APR). This year, the top performing APR scores ranged from 978 to a perfect 1,000. The most-recent APRs are mul year rates based on scores from the 2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11 and 2011-12 academic years.

MEMPHIS RECEIVES NCAA PUBLIC RECOGNITION AWARD FOR fourth YEAR • For the fourth-straight year, the Memphis men’s basketball team received an NCAA Public Recogni on Award, given to teams with APRs

tigers success in the classroom • December 14, 2013, will cap off an amazing calendar year for the Tigers off the court. • On that day, the ninth and 10th players to earn their bachelor’s degrees in the 2013 calendar year will walk at December commencement.

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g a m e # 2 • m e m p h i s v s . O K L A H O M A S TAT E • pa g e 9 • Joe Jackson and Hippolyte Tsafack are the two Tigers that will walk at December commencement. Both earned their degrees at the end of the University’s summer session, but were unable to walk at August’s commencement due to prior commitments. • So, 10 Tigers will have graduated in the 2013 calendar year, including six juniors and four seniors. • By the me the 2014 por on of the 2013-14 schedule begins, the Tigers will have five players — Chris Crawford, Trey Draper, Jackson, David Pellom (George Washington graduate transfer) and Tsafack — that have walked at commencement on their bench. CHARTING NEW WATERS • For the fourth me in school history, Memphis is a charter member of a new conference. The Memphis athle cs program became a charter member of the American Athle c Conference July 1, 2013. • The American Athle c Conference is the fourthconsecu ve league in which Memphis has been a charter member. • Memphis was a charter member of the Metro Conference in 1975, Great Midwest Conference in 1991 and Conference USA in 1995. CLOSING IN ON 1,500 WINS • With its 11th victory in 2013-14, the Memphis program will record its 1,500th all- me win. • The Tigers entered 2013-14 with an all- me record of 1,489-844-1. • With its victory over Aus n Peay Nov. 14, Memphis posted the program’s 1,490th all- me win. • When the 1,500-win milestone is reached, Memphis will become the fi h American Athle c Conference school to do so (Temple, Louisville, Cincinna , Connec cut). tigers among nation’s elite • Memphis enters the 2013-14 season as one of nine schools that has won 20 or more games each of the last 11 campaigns (2000-01 to 2012-13). • Memphis is one of two American Athle c Conference programs on that list, as Louisville is the other. • The following lists the nine NCAA Division I programs that have 20 or more wins the each of the last 11 years (2002-03 to 2012-13): Duke Florida Gonzaga Kansas Louisville

Memphis Pi sburgh Syracuse Utah State

TIGERS LOOKING FOR 14TH 20-WIN SEASON • With the 2013-14 season officially underway, the Tigers are looking for a 14th-straight, 20-

win season and a 14th-consecu ve postseason berth. Last season, the Tigers set the record for consecu ve 20-win seasons with their 13th straight. The previous record of consecu ve 20win seasons was from 1982-93. The 2013-14 Tigers will a empt to add to the program’s current school record of 13-straight postseason bids (9 NCAA, 4 NIT). Last season, Memphis advanced to the NCAA Tournament third round. Prior to this current record run of 13-straight postseason berths, Memphis had two six-year stretches in which it reached the postseason. The previous two six-year postseason spans were 1972-77 (2 NCAA, 4 NIT) and 1988-93 (4 NCAA, 2 NIT). The run from 1972-77 included the 1973 NCAA tle game appearance. The 1988-93 postseason stretch included an NCAA Tournament Elite Eight appearance in 1992. The following shows the top-five longest streaks of 20-win seasons in Tigers history:

Consec. 20-Win Seasons 13 12 11 8 7

Yrs. 2001-13 1982-93 1954-64 1971-78 1946-52

JACKSON LOOKS TO JOIN ELITE TIGERS CLUB • On his current pace in all three sta s cal categories, Joe Jackson could become the second player in Memphis history to finish with over 1,500 points, 550 assists and 175 steals. • Jackson enters 2013-14 with 1,209 points, 413 assists and 137 steals. • A er his performance in the Nov. 14 season opener, Jackson now has 1,225 points, 420 assists and 139 steals. • If reached, Jackson would join former Tigers standout Elliot Perry as the only two players in program history to do so. CRAWFORD EYING 1,000-POINT MILESTONE • Chris Crawford enters 2013-14 season needing only 74 points to reach the 1,000-point milestone for his career. • The 6-foot-4 senior guard ne ed 11 points in the Tigers’ season-opening win over Aus n Peay Nov. 14. He now has 937 points and needs 63 for the milestone. • When reached, Crawford will be the 49th player in program history to score 1,000 points. • Last year, Memphis moved into the top10 among NCAA Division I programs with 1,000-point scorers when Joe Jackson became Memphis’ 48th player to reach the milestone.

TIGERS THIRD-WINNINGEST PROGRAM IN 21ST CENTURY • Memphis enters the 2013-14 season as the naon’s third-winningest program in the 21st century. The Tigers have won 359 games since the turn of the century (2000-01 through 2013-14 seasons). • The Tigers only trail Kansas (391 wins) and Duke (389) on that list. • Louisville is the second-winning program over that span of me among American Athle c Conference schools with 324 victories. • Since 2005-06, Memphis is the NCAA Division I’s second-winningest program with 244 victories, trailing only Kansas (253). pastner climbing memphis wins chart • Head coach Josh Pastner entered 2013-14 with 106 wins and needed only four more victories to move into the No. 5 spot for all- me wins at Memphis. • Pastner got win No. 1 of 2013-14 Nov. 14 and now needs only three wins for the No. 5 spot on the all- me coaching wins list. • With his fourth win in 2013-14, Pastner will jump Bob Vana a, who compiled a 109-34 record from 1956-62. • A er he moves past Vana a, Pastner will fall in behind Larry Finch (220 wins), John Calipari (214), Zach Curlin (173) and Dana Kirk (158) on the Tigers all- me coaching victories list. tigers picked third in preseason american athletic conference poll • At the league’s Oct. 16, 2013, media day in Memphis, the Tigers were picked third in the American Athle c Conference’s preseason poll. • Memphis was third behind Louisville and Connec cut. Rounding out the preseason top-five were Cincinna in fourth place and Temple in fi h. memphis opens 10th season at fedexforum • The 2013-14 season is the 10th for the Tigers at FedExForum. • Memphis will play on a redesigned floor when it opens its 10th season at FedExForum. The floor will have a larger leaping Tiger M logo along with the city of Memphis skyline and bridge. • Memphis opened play at its current homecourt in the 2004-05 campaign. • The Tigers have a 163-18 record (.901 winning percentage) at FedExForum.

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g a m e # 2 • m e m p h i s v s . O K L A H O M A S TAT E • pa g e 1 0

P L AY E R S C A R E E R H I G H S #0 DAMIEN WILSON Points Rebounds FG Made FG A empted 3-P FG Made 3-P FG A empts FT Made FT A empted Assists Blocks Steals Minutes Played

9, 2x, last vs. Aus n Peay (11/14/13) 5 vs. Tulsa (2/2/13) 4 vs. Aus n Peay (11/14/13) 7, 2x, last vs. Aus n Peay (11/14/13) 1 vs. Tulsa (2/2/13) 2 vs. Tulsa (2/2/13) 3, 2x, last vs. Loyola, Md. (12/30/12) 4, 2x, last vs. Aus n Peay (11/14/13) 2, 3x, last vs. Aus n Peay (11/14/13) 1, 3x, last vs. UAB (3/9/13) 2, 2x, last vs. Tulsa (2/2/13) 19 vs. Aus n Peay (11/14/13)

#4 AUSTIN NICHOLS Points Rebounds FG Made FG A empted 3-P FG Made 3-P FG A empts FT Made FT A empted Assists Blocks Steals Minutes Played

#1 JOE JACKSON Points Rebounds FG Made FG A empted 3-P FG Made 3-P FG A empts FT Made FT A empted Assists Blocks Steals Minutes Played

26 vs. East Carolina (1/30/13) 12 vs. Rice (1/16/13) 10 vs. UCF (2/13/13) 15, 2x, last vs. Southern Miss (3/16/13) 4 vs. East Carolina (1/30/13) 6 vs. Lipscomb (12/20/12) 13 vs. Marshall (2/25/12) 15 vs. Marshall (2/25/12) 10, 3x, last vs. UAB (3/9/13) 2 vs. Texas A&M-CC (12/20/10) 6 vs. UAB (3/9/13) 44 vs. Southern Miss (3/16/13)

20 vs. Ohio (12/5/12) 12 vs. UT Mar n (11/29/12) 6, 3x, last vs. Tulsa (3/15/13) 13 vs. Tulsa (3/15/13) None 1, 5x, last vs. Michigan State (3/23/13) 8 vs. Ohio (12/5/12) 12 at Rice (1/16/13) 5, 2x, last vs. Southern Miss (2/23/13) 3, 2x, last at East Carolina (1/30/13) 4, 2x, last vs. Aus n Peay (12/8/12) 29 vs. UT Mar n (11/29/12)

30 vs. Tulsa (3/15/13) 13 vs. Houston (2/20/13) 10 vs. Tulsa (3/15/13) 16, 2x, last vs. Southern Miss (3/16/13) 8 vs. Tulsa (3/15/13) 13 vs. Tulane (3/14/13) 5 vs. SMU (2/6/13) 6 vs. SMU (2/6/13) 9, 2x, last vs. Houston (2/20/13) 3, 2x, last vs. Houston (2/20/13) 7 vs. Lipscomb (12/20/12) 41 vs. Southern Miss (3/16/13)

13 vs. Aus 5 vs. Aus 5 vs. Aus 9 vs. Aus 1 vs. Aus 3 vs. Aus 4 vs. Aus

15 vs. Aus

n Peay (11/14/13) n Peay (11/14/13) n Peay (11/14/13) n Peay (11/14/13) None n Peay (11/14/13) n Peay (11/14/13) n Peay (11/14/13) None None None n Peay (11/14/13)

#11 MICHAEL DIXON JR. Points Rebounds FG Made FG A empts 3-P FG Made 3-P FG A empts FT Made FT A empts Assists Blocks Steals Minutes Played

#3 CHRIS CRAWFORD Points Rebounds FG Made FG A empted 3-P FG Made 3-P FG A empts FT Made FT A empted Assists Blocks Steals Minutes Played

2 vs. Aus 1 vs. Aus 1 vs. Aus 1 vs. Aus 24 vs. Aus

n Peay (11/14/13) n Peay (11/14/13) n Peay (11/14/13) n Peay (11/14/13) None None None n Peay (11/14/13) n Peay (11/14/13) n Peay (11/14/13) n Peay (11/14/13) n Peay (11/14/13)

#5 NICK KING Points Rebounds FG Made FG A empted 3-P FG Made 3-P FG A empts FT Made FT A empted Assists Blocks Steals Minutes Played

#2 SHAQ GOODWIN Points Rebounds FG Made FG A empted 3-P FG Made 3-P FG A empts FT Made FT A empted Assists Blocks Steals Minutes Played

6 vs. Aus 5 vs. Aus 3 vs. Aus 7 vs. Aus

30 vs. William & Mary (12/18/11) 8 vs. Iowa State (1/22/11) 13 vs. William & Mary (12/18/11) 19 vs. William & Mary (12/18/11) 4, 3x, last vs. Norfolk State (3/16/12) 9 vs. Kansas (2/25/12) 10, 2x, last vs. Baylor (3/10/12) 12 vs. Illinois (12/22/11) 9 vs. North Alabama (1/5/11) 1, 5x, last vs. Iowa State (2/29/12) 5 vs. North Florida (11/20/10) 42 vs. Kansas (2/25/12)

#12 DAVID PELLOM Points Rebounds FG Made FG A empts 3-P FG Made 3-P FG A empts FT Made FT A empts Assists Blocks Steals Minutes Played

22 vs. James Madison (12/22/11) 13, 2x, last vs. La Salle (2/19/11) 9, 2x, last vs. Dayton (3/3/12) 13 vs. Dayton (3/6/12) 1, 5x, last vs. James Madison (12/22/11) 2, 5x, last vs. Towson (12/8/10) 9 vs. St. Bonaventure (1/22/11) 12 vs. Holy Cross (12/31/10) 4, 2x, last vs. Saint Louis (1/27/10) 2, 8x, last vs. Richmond (1/18/12) 3, 4x, last vs. UAB (12/28/11) 35, 2x, last vs. Dayton (3/3/12)

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P L AY E R S C A R E E R H I G H S #15 DOMINIC WOODSON Points Rebounds FG Made FG A empts 3-P FG Made 3-P FG A empts FT Made FT A empts Assists Blocks Steals Minutes Played

#55 GERON JOHNSON

4 vs. Aus 3 vs. Aus 2 vs. Aus 4 vs. Aus

n Peay (11/14/13) n Peay (11/14/13) n Peay (11/14/13) n Peay (11/14/13) None None None None 2 vs. Aus n Peay (11/14/13) None 1 vs. Aus n Peay (11/14/13) 15 vs. Aus n Peay (11/14/13)

Points Rebounds FG Made FG A empts 3-P FG Made 3-P FG A empts FT Made FT A empts Assists Blocks Steals Minutes Played

25 vs. Southern Miss (2/9/13) 10, 2x, last vs. Aus n Peay (11/14/13) 8, 4x, last vs. UAB (3/9/13) 16 vs. Tulane (1/22/13) 5 vs. SMU (2/6/13) 9 vs. SMU (2/6/13) 5, 2x, last vs. Southern Miss (2/9/13) 7 vs. Loyola, Md. (12/30/12) 8, 2x, last vs. Tulane (3/14/13) 3 vs. Loyola, Md. (12/30/12) 4, 4x, last vs. Tulane (3/14/13) 46 vs. Southern Miss (3/16/13)

#23 KURAN IVERSON Points Rebounds FG Made FG A empts 3-P FG Made 3-P FG A empts FT Made FT A empts Assists Blocks Steals Minutes Played

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OVERALL 1-0 0-0 1-0 Total

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Player

gp-gs

01 JACKSON, Joe 11 DIXON JR., Michael 05 KING, Nick 55 JOHNSON, Geron 03 CRAWFORD, Chris 02 GOODWIN, Shaq 00 WILSON, Damien 04 NICHOLS, Austin 15 WOODSON, Dominic 32 DRAPER, Trey 35 COLE, Anthony

Team Total.......... Opponents......

29 24 15 26 23 21 19 24 15 1 3

1 1

200

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game Score by Periods Memphis Opponents

1st 2nd 51 44 29 40

3-Point

min avg fg-fga

1-1 1-1 1-0 1-1 1-0 1-1 1-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0

29.0 24.0 15.0 26.0 23.0 21.0 19.0 24.0 15.0 1.0 3.0

200

MEM 95 95.0 +26.0 37-69 .536 4-13 .308 4.0 17-24 .708 17.0 50 50.0 +23.0 23 23.0 21 21.0 +1.0 1.1 15 15.0 4 4.0 15785 1-15785 Totals 95 69

HOME 1-0 0-0 1-0

AWAY 0-0 0-0 0-0

F-Throw

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

Rebounds

fg% 3fg-fga

3fg%

ft-fta

ft%

off

def

tot avg

pf dq

a

to blk stl

pts

avg

5-11 5-7 5-9 5-10 4-6 4-7 4-7 3-7 2-4 0-1 0-0

.455 .714 .556 .500 .667 .571 .571 .429 .500 .000 .000

0-3 1-2 0-1 0-1 3-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

.000 .500 .000 .000 .600 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

6-6 4-4 3-4 1-2 0-0 2-2 1-4 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

1.000

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

7 2 0 4 4 1 2 1 2 0 0

3 2 1 1 1 5 2 3 2 1 0

2 4 0 1 4 1 1 1 1 0 0

16 15 13 11 11 10 9 6 4 0 0

16.0 15.0 13.0 11.0 11.0 10.0 9.0 6.0 4.0 0.0 0.0

4-13 4-14

.308 17-24 .286 7-19

3 4 5 10 8 2 4 5 3 0 1 5 50 27

2 4 2 3 1 2 1 2 3 0 0

.536 .460

1 3 1 9 8 2 1 2 3 0 1 3 34 19

3.0 4.0 5.0 10.0 8.0 2.0 4.0 5.0 3.0 0.0 1.0

37-69 29-63

2 1 4 1 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 2 16 8

50.0 27.0

20 19

0 -

23 15

21 22

4 15 8 14

95 69

95.0 69.0

OPP 69 69.0 29-63 .460 4-14 .286 4.0 7-19 .368 7.0 27 27.0 15 15.0 22 22.0 0.7 14 14.0 8 8.0 0 0-0 0-0

Date 11/14/13

1.000

.750 .500 .000 1.000

.250 .000 .000 .000 .000 .708 .368

Opponent AUSTIN PEAY

* - Conference game

W

0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0

Score 95-69

Att. 15785


c h a r t i n g 20-Point Games Player Season Jackson Crawford, C. Dixon Jr. Goodwin Johnson Pellom -

Career 13 5 5 1 1 1

30-Point Games Player Season Crawford Dixon Jr. -

Career 1 1

Double-Doubles Player Season Johnson 1 Pellom Crawford, C. Jackson Goodwin -

Career 1 8 2 2 1

Triple-Doubles Player Season None

Career

Double-Figure Scoring Games Player Season Career Jackson 1 65 Dixon Jr. 1 57 Crawford 1 43 Johnson 1 19 Goodwin 1 14 King 1 1 Pellom 20 Double-Figure Rebounding Games Player Season Career Pellom 12 Crawford 2 Jackson 1 Johnson 1 2 Goodwin 2 Consecutive Games Scored Dixon Jr. .................................. 75 Pellom .................................... 23 Crawford, C. ............................ 21 Johnson ....................................8 Jackson .....................................4 Goodwin ...................................1 King ..........................................1 Nichols ......................................1 Wilson ......................................1 Woodson ...................................1

Consecutive Games With A Three-Pointer Made Dixon Jr. ....................................6 Crawford, C. ..............................1 Consecutive Games With A Rebound Johnson .................................. 37 Pellom .................................... 22 Goodwin ................................. 11 Crawford, C. ..............................7 Jackson .....................................5 Cole ..........................................4 Dixon Jr. ....................................3 Nichols ......................................1 King ..........................................1 Wilson ......................................1 Woodson ...................................1 Consecutive Games With An Assist Jackson ................................... 57 Dixon Jr. .................................. 20 Johnson .................................. 18 Pellom ......................................7 Crawford, C. ..............................4 Goodwin ...................................2 Nichols ......................................1 Wilson ......................................1 Woodson ...................................1 Consecutive Games With A Steal Dixon Jr. ....................................5 Johnson ....................................4 Crawford, C. ..............................3 Goodwin ...................................2 Jackson .....................................2 Nichols ......................................1 Pellom ......................................1 Wilson ......................................1 Woodson ...................................1 Consecutive Games With A Blocked Shot Goodwin ...................................4 Pellom ......................................4 Johnson ....................................1 Dunks Wilson ......................................3 Nichols ......................................2 Goodwin ...................................1 Johnson ....................................1 King ..........................................1

Consecutive Games Scoring In Double Figures Dixon Jr. .................................. 15 Pellom ......................................8 Jackson .....................................4 Johnson ....................................2 Goodwin ...................................1 Crawford, C. ..............................1 King ..........................................1

Memphis ................................ 8 Opponent ............................... 4

Consecutive Games With A Free Throw Made Dixon Jr. ....................................3 Johnson ....................................2 Goodwin ...................................1 Jackson .....................................1 King ..........................................1 Pellom ......................................1 Wilson ......................................1

How Memphis Scored Its First Points Dunk .........................................1 Layup ........................................0 Three-pointer ............................0 Free Throw ................................0 Jumper ......................................0

Opening Tip Controlled By... Memphis ...........................1 (1-0) Opponent ..........................0 (0-0) First Points For Memphis Nichols ......................................1

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Three-Point Plays Johnson ................................ 1/1 Memphis ............................. 1/1 Opponents ........................... 0/0 Four-Point Plays N/A ....................................... 0/0 Memphis ............................. 0/0 Opponents ........................... 1/1 Times Led Memphis In Scoring Jackson .....................................1 Times Led Memphis In Rebounding Johnson ....................................1 Times Led Memphis In Assists Jackson .....................................1 Times Led Memphis In Steals Crawford ...................................1 Dixon Jr. ....................................1 Times Led Memphis In Blocks Goodwin ...................................1

Memphis Record When... Leading at half ..............................1-0 Behind at half ...............................0-0 Tied at half ....................................0-0 Scores 80 points or more.............1-0 Scores 70-79 points......................0-0 Scores 60-69 points......................0-0 Scores under 60 points ................0-0 Has 5+ dbl-figure scorers .............1-0 Has 3-4 dbl-figure scorers ............0-0 Has 1-2 dbl-figure scorers ............0-0 Has 20+ points off bench .............1-0 Has 15-19 points off bench..........0-0 Has less than 15 points off bench ...0-0 Shoots FG 50 pct. or be er..........1-0 Shoots FG 45-49 pct. ....................0-0 Shoots FG 40-44 pct. ....................0-0 Shoots under 40 pct.....................0-0 Shoots FT 70 pct. or be er ..........1-0 Shoots FT 65-69 pct. ....................0-0 Shoots FT under 65 pct. ...............0-0 Shoots treys 50 pct. or be er ......0-0 Shoots treys 45-49 pct. ................0-0 Shoots treys 40-44 pct. ................0-0 Shoots treys under 40 pct............1-0 Hits 10+ treys................................0-0 Hits 6-9 treys.................................0-0 Hits fewer than 6 treys.................1-0 Out-rebounds opponents ............1-0 Opponent out-rebound Tigers ....0-0 Tied in rebounding .......................0-0 Has 20 or more assists .................1-0 Has 15-19 assists ..........................0-0 Has 14 assists or less ....................0-0 Commits 15+ turnovers ...............1-0 Commits 11-14 turnovers............0-0 Commits 10 or fewer turnovers ..0-0 Forces 15+ turnovers ...................1-0 Forces 11-14 turnovers ................0-0 Forces 10 or fewer turnovers ......0-0 Opp. shoots FG 50 pct. or be er.....0-0 Opp. shoots FG 45-49 pct. ...........1-0 Opp. shoots FG 40-44 pct. ...........0-0 Opp. shoots under 40 pct. ...........0-0 Opp. shoots treys 50 pct. or better.......0-0 Opp. shoots treys 45-49 pct. .......0-0 Opp. shoots treys 40-44 pct. .......0-0 Opp. shoots treys under 40 pct. ..1-0

Memphis’ First Sub Crawford ...................................1

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Points In The Paint Memphis Opp. Margin MEM .................58 Austin Peay ............ 48 +10 MEM ................. — @Oklahoma State ....— — MEM ................. — Nicholls ...................— — MEM ................. — vs. Siena .................— — MEM ................. — vs. LSU/St. Joseph’s .— — MEM ................. — vs. TBD ....................— — MEM ................. — Northwestern St. .....— — MEM ................. — UALR .......................— — MEM ................. — vs. Florida ...............— — MEM ................. — Southeast Missouri ..— — MEM ................. — Jackson State ..........— — MEM ................. — @USF ......................— — MEM ................. — Cincinnati ................— — MEM ................. — @Louisville .............— — MEM ................. — @Temple .................— — MEM ................. — Connecticut .............— — MEM ................. — LeMoyne-Owen .......— — MEM ................. — Houston ..................— — MEM ................. — USF .........................— — MEM ................. — @UCF .....................— — MEM ................. — @SMU ....................— — MEM ................. — Rutgers ...................— — MEM ................. — Gonzaga ..................— — MEM ................. — UCF .........................— — MEM ................. — @Connecticut .........— — MEM ................. — @Rutgers ................— — MEM ................. — Temple ....................— — MEM ................. — @Houston ...............— — MEM ................. — Louisville .................— — MEM ................. — @Cincinnati ............— — MEM ................. — SMU ........................— — Totals .............. 58 ............................ 48 +10

Second Chance Points Memphis Opp. Margin MEM .................11 Austin Peay .............. 5 +6 MEM ................. — @Oklahoma State ....— — MEM ................. — Nicholls ...................— — MEM ................. — vs. Siena .................— — MEM ................. — vs. LSU/St. Joseph’s .— — MEM ................. — vs. TBD ....................— — MEM ................. — Northwestern St. .....— — MEM ................. — UALR .......................— — MEM ................. — vs. Florida ...............— — MEM ................. — Southeast Missouri ..— — MEM ................. — Jackson State ..........— — MEM ................. — @USF ......................— — MEM ................. — Cincinnati ................— — MEM ................. — @Louisville .............— — MEM ................. — @Temple .................— — MEM ................. — Connecticut .............— — MEM ................. — LeMoyne-Owen .......— — MEM ................. — Houston ..................— — MEM ................. — USF .........................— — MEM ................. — @UCF .....................— — MEM ................. — @SMU ....................— — MEM ................. — Rutgers ...................— — MEM ................. — Gonzaga ..................— — MEM ................. — UCF .........................— — MEM ................. — @Connecticut .........— — MEM ................. — @Rutgers ................— — MEM ................. — Temple ....................— — MEM ................. — @Houston ...............— — MEM ................. — Louisville .................— — MEM ................. — @Cincinnati ............— — MEM ................. — SMU ........................— — Totals .............. 11 ..............................5 +6

Bench Points Memphis MEM .................37 MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — Totals .............. 37

Opp. Margin Austin Peay ............ 25 +12 @Oklahoma State ....— — Nicholls ...................— — vs. Siena .................— — vs. LSU/St. Joseph’s .— — vs. TBD ....................— — Northwestern St. .....— — UALR .......................— — vs. Florida ...............— — Southeast Missouri ..— — Jackson State ..........— — @USF ......................— — Cincinnati ................— — @Louisville .............— — @Temple .................— — Connecticut .............— — LeMoyne-Owen .......— — Houston ..................— — USF .........................— — @UCF .....................— — @SMU ....................— — Rutgers ...................— — Gonzaga ..................— — UCF .........................— — @Connecticut .........— — @Rutgers ................— — Temple ....................— — @Houston ...............— — Louisville .................— — @Cincinnati ............— — SMU ........................— — ............................ 25 +12

Points Off Turnovers Memphis Opp. Margin MEM .................27 Austin Peay ............ 14 +13 MEM ................. — @Oklahoma State ....— — MEM ................. — Nicholls ...................— — MEM ................. — vs. Siena .................— — MEM ................. — vs. LSU/St. Joseph’s .— — MEM ................. — vs. TBD ....................— — MEM ................. — Northwestern St. .....— — MEM ................. — UALR .......................— — MEM ................. — vs. Florida ...............— — MEM ................. — Southeast Missouri ..— — MEM ................. — Jackson State ..........— — MEM ................. — @USF ......................— — MEM ................. — Cincinnati ................— — MEM ................. — @Louisville .............— — MEM ................. — @Temple .................— — MEM ................. — Connecticut .............— — MEM ................. — LeMoyne-Owen .......— — MEM ................. — Houston ..................— — MEM ................. — USF .........................— — MEM ................. — @UCF .....................— — MEM ................. — @SMU ....................— — MEM ................. — Rutgers ...................— — MEM ................. — Gonzaga ..................— — MEM ................. — UCF .........................— — MEM ................. — @Connecticut .........— — MEM ................. — @Rutgers ................— — MEM ................. — Temple ....................— — MEM ................. — @Houston ...............— — MEM ................. — Louisville .................— — MEM ................. — @Cincinnati ............— — MEM ................. — SMU ........................— — Totals .............. 27 ............................ 14 +13

Fast Break Points Memphis MEM .................31 MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — Totals .............. 31

Total Rebounds Memphis MEM .................50 MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — MEM ................. — Totals .............. 50

Opp. Margin Austin Peay ............ 27 +23 @Oklahoma State ....— — Nicholls ...................— — vs. Siena .................— — vs. LSU/St. Joseph’s .— — vs. TBD ....................— — Northwestern St. .....— — UALR .......................— — vs. Florida ...............— — Southeast Missouri ..— — Jackson State ..........— — @USF ......................— — Cincinnati ................— — @Louisville .............— — @Temple .................— — Connecticut .............— — LeMoyne-Owen .......— — Houston ..................— — USF .........................— — @UCF .....................— — @SMU ....................— — Rutgers ...................— — Gonzaga ..................— — UCF .........................— — @Connecticut .........— — @Rutgers ................— — Temple ....................— — @Houston ...............— — Louisville .................— — @Cincinnati ............— — SMU ........................— — ............................ 27 +23

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Opp. Margin Austin Peay ............ 21 +10 @Oklahoma State ....— — Nicholls ...................— — vs. Siena .................— — vs. LSU/St. Joseph’s .— — vs. TBD ....................— — Northwestern St. .....— — UALR .......................— — vs. Florida ...............— — Southeast Missouri ..— — Jackson State ..........— — @USF ......................— — Cincinnati ................— — @Louisville .............— — @Temple .................��� — Connecticut .............— — LeMoyne-Owen .......— — Houston ..................— — USF .........................— — @UCF .....................— — @SMU ....................— — Rutgers ...................— — Gonzaga ..................— — UCF .........................— — @Connecticut .........— — @Rutgers ................— — Temple ....................— — @Houston ...............— — Louisville .................— — @Cincinnati ............— — SMU ........................— — ............................ 21 +10

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D e f i c i t s

Memphis’ Biggest Hal ime Lead ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 22 vs. Aus n Peay (51-29) Memphis’ Biggest Hal ime Lead Blown ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................— Memphis’ Biggest Hal ime Deficit ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................— Memphis’ Biggest Hal ime Deficit Erased .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. — Memphis’ Biggest Overall Lead ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 33 vs. Aus n Peay (89-56 with 5:56 le ) Memphis’ Biggest Margin of Victory ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 26 vs. Aus n Peay (95-69) Memphis’ Biggest Margin of Defeat ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................— Memphis’ Biggest Lead Blown (at any point in a game)..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................— Memphis’ Biggest Overall Deficit (at any point in a game)..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................— Memphis’ Biggest Overall Deficit Overcome (at any point in a game) ........................................................................................................................................................................................................—

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1st-2nd-F 29-40-69 51-44-95

FG-A 29-63 37-69

Pct. .460 .536

3P-A 4-14 4-13

Pct. .286 .308

FT-A 7-19 17-24

Pct. .368 .708

O-D-Tot 8-19-27 16-34-50

PF-FO 19-0 20-0

A 15 23

TO 22 21

BK 8 4

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1 Damien Wilson

G • So. • 6-6 • 191 Atlanta, Ga. Oak Hill Academy

5 Nick King

F/G • Fr. • 6-7 • 220 Memphis, Tenn. East HS

20 RaShawn “Pookie” Powell G • Fr. • 6-0 • 177 Orlando, Fla. Dr. Phillips HS

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Joe

Shaq

Chris

J a c ks o n G • Sr. • 6-1 • 174 Memphis, Tenn. White Station HS

G o o dw i n F • So. • 6-9 • 242 Atlanta, Ga. Southwest DeKalb HS

C r aw f o rd G • Sr. • 6-4 • 222 Memphis, Tenn. Sheffield HS

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11

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Markel C r aw f o rd

G • Fr. • 6-4 • 187 Memphis, Tenn. Melrose HS

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Michael D i xo n J r .

G • Sr. • 6-1 • 200 Kansas City, Mo. Missouri

32 Kuran

F • Fr. • 6-8 • 212 Collierville, Tenn. Briarcrest Christian School

15 D av i d Pellom

F • GS • 6-7 • 224 Wilmington, N.C. George Washington

35 Trey Draper

Austin Nichols

Anthony Cole

Dominic Woodson

F • Fr. • 6-10 • 310 Round Rock, Texas Huntington Prep (W.Va.)

42 Jake McDowell

Iverson F/G • Fr. • 6-10 • 209 Hartford, Conn. Fishburne Military School

G • Sr. • 5-10 • 170 Memphis, Tenn. Mitchell HS

G • So. • 6-1 • 193 Arlington, Tenn. Arlington HS

G/F • Fr. • 6-6 • 196 Memphis, Tenn. Christian Brothers HS

Josh Pastner

Aki Collins

Jason G a rd n e r

Robert K i r by

55 Geron Johnson

G • Sr. • 6-3 • 203 Dayton, Ohio Garden City CC

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