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RE: greatest game you ever attended
UCF, Houston 2013. Was a great defensive game between two teams known for their offense. Sold out game for a full AAC conference game. Houston drove late, got to 4th and goal and the stadium had never been louder.

[video=YouTube]https://youtu.be/7eMx6SVn_Yw[/video]

Next one would be the first time we beat Memphis

[video=YouTube]https://youtu.be/YavCA4Eapv0[/video]



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RE: greatest game you ever attended
I went pro (Mavs) for mine. College is a tough choice. Basketball was the opening of renovated Moody against UConn. It was our first AAC conference game in front of a packed house where we controlled the game from the tip. A perfect night. Football was 2011 against TCU when we won in OT. I believe that was TCU's only loss and kept them out of a BCS game.
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RE: greatest game you ever attended
on the football side...

1) Memphis beats #13 Ole Miss in 2015
http://www.espn.com/college-football/gam...=400603894

2) Memphis beats BYU in 2014 Miami Beach Bowl for a 10 win season
http://www.espn.com/college-football/gam...=400610225

3) Memphis beats Ole Miss in Oxford with DeAngelo Williams back in 2004
http://www.espn.com/college-football/gam...=242480145

honorable mention...

Memphis beats Ole Miss at the Liberty Bowl in 2003 with DeAngelo Williams
http://www.espn.com/college-football/gam...=232490235
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RE: greatest game you ever attended
(07-01-2017 03:55 PM)Moody Magic Wrote:  I went pro (Mavs) for mine. College is a tough choice. Basketball was the opening of renovated Moody against UConn. It was our first AAC conference game in front of a packed house where we controlled the game from the tip. A perfect night. Football was 2011 against TCU when we won in OT. I believe that was TCU's only loss and kept them out of a BCS game.

Ya. While I know we have a knack for losing at Moody, there was no school that would have beat you that night in that atmosphere. It was electric on TV...can't imagine how it was in person.
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RE: greatest game you ever attended
(07-01-2017 03:59 PM)UofMemphis Wrote:  on the football side...

1) Memphis beats #13 Ole Miss in 2015
http://www.espn.com/college-football/gam...=400603894

2) Memphis beats BYU in 2014 Miami Beach Bowl for a 10 win season
http://www.espn.com/college-football/gam...=400610225

3) Memphis beats Ole Miss in Oxford with DeAngelo Williams back in 2004
http://www.espn.com/college-football/gam...=242480145

honorable mention...

Memphis beats Ole Miss at the Liberty Bowl in 2003 with DeAngelo Williams
http://www.espn.com/college-football/gam...=232490235

How can you leave out Memphis over Tennessee. Unless, of course, you were not there.
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RE: greatest game you ever attended
(07-01-2017 04:16 PM)AtlantaTonyTiger Wrote:  
(07-01-2017 03:59 PM)UofMemphis Wrote:  on the football side...

1) Memphis beats #13 Ole Miss in 2015
http://www.espn.com/college-football/gam...=400603894

2) Memphis beats BYU in 2014 Miami Beach Bowl for a 10 win season
http://www.espn.com/college-football/gam...=400610225

3) Memphis beats Ole Miss in Oxford with DeAngelo Williams back in 2004
http://www.espn.com/college-football/gam...=242480145

honorable mention...

Memphis beats Ole Miss at the Liberty Bowl in 2003 with DeAngelo Williams
http://www.espn.com/college-football/gam...=232490235

How can you leave out Memphis over Tennessee. Unless, of course, you were not there.

I was there, but I was also like 10...I don't remember much from back then...those 4 are the games I think of most often and I had an absolute blast at those contests.

my 5th place game would be the 2003 New Orleans Bowl...it had been so long of a wait for Memphis to make a bowl there was a lot of hype on our end.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2003_New_Orleans_Bowl
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SHREVEPORT, La., Sept. 13, 1997 - SMU 31, Arkansas 9

The very last game I attended with my Father, who was 80 at the time. We spent the weekend together with the extended family in Shreveport. He would live another 12 years, but he never ventured back to any stadiums.
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WSU v Florida State, NIT 2003?. Absolutely holy tits loud. Ever been someplace so loud that it quits being loud and just sounds like white noise? Your body vibrates so bad that not only do you not hear yourself, you can't feel yourself talking. Players said the floor normally vibrates when Koch gets loud, but that game the floor shook. There was no communicating. Refs could blow their whistles, but had to put hands on players to get their attention to stop play. One went on for 10-15 seconds before play got stopped. The PA system might as well been unplugged. Not the best game ever played, not a great game to watch, but one of those times that you will NEVER forget.
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For me it was a regular season game between Tulsa and Arkansas in the 1993-94 basketball season. Nolan Richardson brought his Razorbacks into Tulsa ranked number 1. Arkansas ended up winning 93-91 in overtime after three Tulsa players, including top scorer Gary Collier, fouled out. That was the most exciting and loudest game I have ever seen. Arkansas went on to win the title that year beating TU again in the sweet sixteen.
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(07-01-2017 04:07 PM)HuskyU Wrote:  
(07-01-2017 03:55 PM)Moody Magic Wrote:  I went pro (Mavs) for mine. College is a tough choice. Basketball was the opening of renovated Moody against UConn. It was our first AAC conference game in front of a packed house where we controlled the game from the tip. A perfect night. Football was 2011 against TCU when we won in OT. I believe that was TCU's only loss and kept them out of a BCS game.

Ya. While I know we have a knack for losing at Moody, there was no school that would have beat you that night in that atmosphere. It was electric on TV...can't imagine how it was in person.

A special night for sure. It was the rebirth of our program thanks to one man, Larry Brown.
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