A 3-0 record is on the line as Memphis and Mississippi State clash in the Liberty Bowl.
One of Memphis’ biggest question marks entering this year was QB, but Henigan is adding an exclamation point.
The Tigers and Red Wolves search for 2-0 starts after dismantling FCS competition in Week 1.
We’ve made it to the best of the best. Guys everyone strives to be who make big impacts on their respective teams.
Now we’re getting to the studs of the AAC.
We start the Top 50 with some of the more underrated players in the conference.
Memphis is in a transition, but will it end up good or bad?
Getting after the quarterback isn’t easy, but there are some teams that will wreak havoc.
It’s time to dive into the trenches with the most important part of an offense.
Good luck covering these guys.
If you like watching teams run the football, the AAC has a number of exciting options.
What is going on here?
Some guys are tougher to replace than others, and the AAC has some studs that depart.
Everyone’s chasing Cincinnati, but there are plenty of contenders.
The conference isn’t known for defense, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have good talent.
It’s tough to repeat, and Desmond Ridder’s about to find out why.
Most of these I agree with, but there are a few that don’t make any sense.