• 65 and Ohh!

That’s the hand of University of Memphis player Pierre Henderson-Niles slapping the face of “Larry the Cable Guy” (aka some racist UAB fan) after the Tigers stormed back from 6 down at UAB to keep their conference win streak, and undefeated season, alive. It was one of the greatest games in the history of NCAA Basketball. I like to think of it as a metaphor for what the Tiger’s want to do to your favorite team:

Build up hope
Take it all away
Slap you in the face
Look, I know as much as anyone that tumblr isn’t much of a venue for sports content unless you can some how relate it to a meme, but did you know that the University of Memphis has chance tonight to break a record that has stood for over 60 years.

They haven’t lost a conference game since March 2, 2006. That was 1,420 days ago. Now, they are 64-0 in conference play and currently tied with the 1945-50 Kentucky Wildcats for longest conference win streak. With a win tonight, well… let’s just say they would set a record that will probably stand for 100 years.

    65 and Ohh!

    That’s the hand of University of Memphis player Pierre Henderson-Niles slapping the face of “Larry the Cable Guy” (aka some racist UAB fan) after the Tigers stormed back from 6 down at UAB to keep their conference win streak, and undefeated season, alive. It was one of the greatest games in the history of NCAA Basketball. I like to think of it as a metaphor for what the Tiger’s want to do to your favorite team:

    1. Build up hope
    2. Take it all away
    3. Slap you in the face

    Look, I know as much as anyone that tumblr isn’t much of a venue for sports content unless you can some how relate it to a meme, but did you know that the University of Memphis has chance tonight to break a record that has stood for over 60 years.

    They haven’t lost a conference game since March 2, 2006. That was 1,420 days ago. Now, they are 64-0 in conference play and currently tied with the 1945-50 Kentucky Wildcats for longest conference win streak. With a win tonight, well… let’s just say they would set a record that will probably stand for 100 years.

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