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Preview: Memphis Hosts South Florida for Homecoming



Seth Henigan and the Tigers are looking to take care of business in their Homecoming game against USF. (Image Credit: Memphis Football / X)

This weekend, Seth Henigan and the Tigers will host South Florida for their homecoming game. Memphis has won their last two matchups against the Bulls and leads the all-time series 7 to 4. South Florida will enter the Liberty Bowl with a .500 record. Memphis is in a critical situation as they must win to remain in the AAC title conversation.

Game Information

When: Saturday, November 4th, 2 p.m.

Where: Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium


Spread: Memphis -13.5 (-110)

Moneyline: Memphis -600, USF +430

Total (O/U): 68.5 (-110)

About South Florida

In his debut season, Head Coach Alex Golesh is leading the charge in rebuilding South Florida. So far, he has guided the Bulls to four victories, matching the program’s total wins over the past three years under Jeff Scott. The Bulls currently hold an overall record of 4-4 and are maintaining a .500 standing in conference play.

A standout for the Bulls this season is freshman QB Byrum Brown. Hailing from Raleigh, NC, Brown has showcased his talent by throwing for 12 touchdowns and adding eight more on the ground.

Homecoming Details

The festivities will begin with tailgating on Tiger Lane, starting at 11 a.m. The game will be highlighted by the Homecoming King and Queen crowning ceremony. Mayor of Memphis, Jim Strickland, will also lead the Tigers onto the field for this Saturday’s contest. The Tigers are determined to make amends for last year’s Homecoming loss to UCF.

Coach Silverfield’s Thoughts

“We know that every team in our conference is capable of winning football games. We’re capable of winning games and we’re capable of losing games. So we’re gonna have to be as dialed in to detail as we can. Like I’ve said we’re just going to play one game at a time one week at a time and we’re going to look up at the end of the season, see where our record is, see where that puts us.”