Memphis Edges Tulane With Last Minute Touchdown, 28-27 

It was not necessarily a thing of beauty, but the Memphis Tigers and Coach Tommy West will take it. The Tigers came from behind three times and overcame their own turnovers to pull out a last minute 28-27 victory over the Tulane Green Wave in New Orleans Saturday.

Quarterback Martin Hankins threw for 355 yards and two touchdowns and nine Tiger receivers had at least two catches, led by Duke Calhoun with five. For a full box score and play-by-play visit ESPN.com's game recap.

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