Mike Ceide is a sports anchor and reporter for WREG. You can watch Mike on News Channel 3, Monday through Friday at 6 & 10 along with Friday Sports Overtime. You may also see him around town interviewing some of your favorite athletes.

Recent Articles
  • Tigers take a huge tumble in the polls after loss to Georgia

    Tigers fall 12 spots, from #9 to #21 after home loss to the 'Dawgs.

  • Morant makes Grizzlies history

    Grizz star wins back to back Western Conference Rookie of the month honors.

  • Memphians help Navy to AutoZone Liberty Bowl win

    Cameron Kinley, one of five Memphians on the Navy roster, get to celebrate at home after beating Kansas State 20-17.

  • Memphis Tigers expect a huge fan turnout for Cotton Bowl

    Many Tiger fans made their way to the Dallas area on Thursday to AT&T Stadium, the billion-dollar home of the Dallas Cowboys and site of Saturday's Cotton Bowl clash between the Tigers and 10th ranked Penn State Nittany Lions.

  • Kiffin, Ole Miss add 12 during early signing period

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The Ole Miss Rebels and new head coach Lane Kiffin added 12 members to the football team on Wednesday’s early signing period. Five of the school’s 12 recruits have a four-star rating. Kiffin said he was pleased with the results of the early signing period after taking over the program just 11 days ago. “This early signing period to me is kind of like halftime,” Kiffin said. “It’s strange having a press conference instead of the end […]

  • Mississippi State football adds 22 in early signing period

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Mississippi State football added 22 student-athletes during the national early signing period Wednesday, giving the Bulldogs their third-consecutive top-25 recruiting class. Head coach Joe Moorhead entered Wednesday with 21 verbal commitments, and the school ended the day with 22 signees. The Bulldogs’ recruiting class is currently ranked in the top-25 by ESPN, Rivals and 247Sports. The group of signees was largely local, with 14 student-athletes coming from the state of Mississippi. “I think that’s important that we […]

  • New Tigers coach Silverfield adds 14 players during early signing period

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis Tigers football and new head coach Ryan Silverfield added 14 players to the team during Wednesday’s national early signing period. The university said 14 players signed their letters of intent, and seven of the are expected to enroll at the school in January. The 14 additions were heavy on offense, with 11 players at offensive positions. Three of the student-athletes were from the Memphis area. The 14 players who signed their national letters of intent are […]

  • ‘This is my dream job:’ Silverfield introduced as new Tigers head football coach

    Ryan Silverfield will be the new head coach for the University of Memphis football team, sources confirmed to WREG on Friday.

  • Tigers DC Fuller follows Norvell to Florida State

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The defensive coordinator for the Memphis Tigers football team will be following the Tigers’ former head coach to Tallahassee. Defensive coordinator Adam Fuller will take a job of the same position in Mike Norvell’s staff at Florida State, WREG has confirmed. The 2019 season was Fuller’s first and only season in Memphis. Fuller lead the defense for Memphis’ 12-1 season, leading to a Cotton Bowl appearance. WREG reported Saturday after Memphis’ win over Cincinnati in the AAC […]

  • Tigers redshirt freshman Boyce enters NCAA transfer portal

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis Tigers redshirt freshman Ryan Boyce has entered the NCAA transfer portal and could transfer from the University of Memphis, WREG has confirmed. Boyce has only briefly appeared in five games with the Tigers this season, averaging 1.2 points per game. He walked onto the U of M after playing under now-Tigers head coach Penny Hardaway at East High School. Boyce redshirted his freshman year with the Tigers. The transfer portal allows college athletes to explore their […]

  • A win is a win as the Tigers win ugly over Bradley

    Alex Lomax scored a career high 17 as the U of M stays unbeaten at home, 71-56.

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