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2005 Memphis Tigers
Football Team

DeAngelo Williams
Senior Tailback
Heisman Trophy Candidate

2005 Heisman Trophy Candidate

2005 Playboy All-American

Two-Time C-USA Player of the Year

2005 Blue Ribbon College
Football Yearbook All-American

DeAngelo Williams became the University of Memphis's all-time leading rusher with his performance during Sat., Oct. 2, 2004 home victory, 41-14, over Houston. Williams gained 262 yards on the ground against the Cougars to up his career rushing total yards to 2,866, surpassing Dave Casinelli's 2,636 yards from 1960-63. His 262 yards is also a new school record for most rushing yardage in a game, breaking Paul "Skeeter" Gowen's 260-yard performance against Tulsa in 1969.

Magazine predictions of Memphis'
order of finish in Conference USA:

CBS SportsLine.com: 2nd in East Division behind UAB
Street & Smith's: 2nd in East Division behind Southern Miss
Athlon Sports: 3rd in East Division behind Southern Miss and UAB
Lindy's: 3rd in East Division behind Southern Miss and UAB
Sporting News: 3rd in East Division behind UAB and Southern Miss
Phil Steele's: 3rd in East Division behing UAB and Southern Miss

Click here to see what
preseason magazines are saying
about Memphis and C-USA

2004-2005 Memphis Tigers
Basketball Team
Starting with the 2004-2005 season, the Memphis Tigers basketball team will begin playing its home games at the new FedExForum.
University of Memphis Tigers
win 2002 NIT championship

First win ever over Tennessee

On Saturday, Nov. 9, 1996, fans tore down the goal posts at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium in Memphis, Tennessee following the University of Memphis' 21-17 upset victory over sixth-ranked Tennessee Volunteers, who were led by star quarterback Peyton Manning. It was Memphis' first win over intrastate rival Tennessee in 16 tries.
Click here to go to a special section under construction that is devoted to this historic moment in Memphis Athletics.

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