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  1. Christian Moore | Jacksonville | 6-0 point guard One of the more overlooked players on this this list, Moore is currently unsigned but has all the tools to make it at the college level. He had a great 2021 summer with the Old School Wings and is the floor general for the Titans. https://www.hudl.com/profile/12164178/Christian-Moore
  2. MEMPHIS, Tenn. – The University of Memphis announced a home-and-home series with Boise State University on Wednesday. The two teams will play at Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium in Memphis in 2023 and in Boise, Idaho during the 2026 season. Dates for both contests will be announced later. The games between the Tigers and Broncos are in addition to the two games announced between the programs in January of 2021. Those contests are scheduled for Aug. 31, 2030 in Memphis and Sept. 13, 2031 in Boise. For Memphis, the game with Boise State replaces the North Texas contest in the 2023 season, with the Mean Green now joining the American Athletic Conference (AAC) on July 1, 2023. The Tigers' non-conference schedule for the 2023 season includes a road game at Arkansas State (Sept. 9), as well as home contests against Missouri (Sept. 23) and Boise State (TBA). Along with the road game against the Broncos in 2026, the Tigers are also slated for a home contest against Arkansas State (Sept. 5) and a road game at Arkansas (Sept. 19). Single-game tickets for the 2022 Memphis Football season are now available for Family Zone & Endzone seats at GoTigersGo.com. Tickets in the family zone for all home games start at $20 and in the endzone for $25. The Pick 3 Mini Plan is also available for the 2022 Tiger season. The Pick 3 Mini Plan gives fans the flexibility to pick from any three Memphis home games during the 2022 season at Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium, starting at just $45. Additionally, season tickets for the 2022 University of Memphis football season are now on sale. Fans interested in purchasing season tickets can go to GoTigersGo.com or call the ticket office at 901-678-2331. Link: https://gotigersgo.com/news/2022/6/29/memphis-football-announces-pair-of-games-with-boise-state.aspx
  3. Johnson (6-3, 180) is taking full advantage of the NCAA allowing on-campus visits beginning June 1 as he and his DomX 7-on-7 teammates are going on what is being called the Beyond The Game Tour. They’ll visit Florida State, Georgia, Alabama, LSU, Houston, Texas A&M, Baylor, TCU, North Texas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Arkansas read more: https://www.wholehogsports.com/news/2021/may/29/arkansas-visit-anong-kansas-prep-qb-johnsons-june-/
  4. I wonder if they will end up buying the game out but would it not be the biggest name opponent we have ever had in Apogee stadium? Why is it so hard to get name opponents to come to Denton? CAL 2021: at TCU, vs. Nevada, vs. Sacramento State2022: at Notre Dame, vs. UC Davis, vs. UNLV2023: vs. Auburn, at North Texas, vs. Idaho2024: at Auburn, vs. UC Davis, vs. San Diego State2025: vs. UNLV, at San Diego State2026: at Florida, at UNLV2027: vs. Florida2028: at Minnesota, vs. Wyoming2029: vs. Minnesota, at Wyoming
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