Tigers Release 2014 Football Schedule

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Memphis, TN-Six home dates, including a nationally-televised, Friday game against American Athletic Conference newcomer Tulsa on Halloween night, as well as nonconference road games at UCLA and Ole Miss, highlight the 2014 Memphis football scheduled announced on Tuesday.

“The way it is designed – how it starts and where the bye weeks are located – make this the most comprehensive schedule we have had during my tenure at the University of Memphis,” said Director of Athletics Tom Bowen.  “I am excited for Coach (Justin) Fuente, his staff and our student-athletes.”


Aug. 30                 Austin Peay                        Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium               Memphis, Tenn.

Sept. 6                  at UCLA                                Rose Bowl                                                           Pasadena, Calif.

Sept. 13                BYE

Sept. 20                Middle Tennessee          Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium               Memphis, Tenn.

Sept. 27                at Ole Miss                          Vaught-Hemingway Stadium                      Oxford, Miss.

Oct. 4                    at Cincinnati                       Nippert Stadium                                               Cincinnati, Ohio

Oct. 11                  Houston                              Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium               Memphis, Tenn.

Oct. 18                  BYE

Oct. 25                  at SMU                                 Gerald J. Ford Stadium                                  Dallas, Texas

Oct. 31 (Fri.)       Tulsa                                     Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium               Memphis, Tenn.          ESPN/ESPNU

Nov. 8                   at Temple                            Lincoln Financial Field                                     Philadelphia, Pa.

Nov. 15                 at Tulane                             Mercedes-Benz Superdome                       New Orleans, La.

Nov. 22                 USF                                        Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium               Memphis, Tenn.

Nov. 29                 UConn                                  Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium               Memphis, Tenn.

Dec. 6                    BYE

Dates subject to change.