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- White wins QB competition; Moore leaves team
- Norvell inks contract extension with Memphis
- Clemson, Lamar Jackson lead AP All-ACC team
- Going bowling: Full slate of games released
Brady White threw for 269 yards and five touchdowns, Darrell Henderson had a career-high 233 yards rushing and two scores, and Memphis beat Georgia State 59-22 on Friday night.
Backup quarterback Zach Abey ran for a 3-yard touchdown in a driving rain with 2:37 left, capping a fourth-quarter comeback that lifted Navy past error-prone Memphis 22-21 on Saturday.
Playing just the first half, Brady White threw for 358 yards and five touchdowns in his Memphis debut and the Tigers defeated Mercer 66-14 in the season opener for both teams Saturday.
Memphis' Brady White will be the starting quarterback for the Tigers' Sept. 1 season opener with Mercer.
Some players don't get the accolades on national signing day but turn out to be immediate stars for their college teams. Here are seven of those stars.
Allen Lazard tied a Liberty Bowl record with 10 catches and put Iowa State ahead with a remarkable 5-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter Saturday, and the Cyclones beat No. 19 Memphis 21-20 on the Tigers' home field.
The Fiesta Bowl features the top-ranked running back in Penn State's Saquon Barkley as the cream of the crop starts taking center stage.
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Texas A&M is hiring Memphis' Darrell Dickey as offensive coordinator. Dickey, 58, spent this past season as Memphis' OC -- his second stint in the position -- and also held the coordinator title at Texas State, New Mexico, Utah State and SMU. He went 42-64 in nine seasons as North Texas' head coach and returns to the SEC for the first time since 1993, when he coached LSU's tight ends.