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Michael Salazar joins Memphis 901 FC Attack

Samuel X. Cicci

Memphis continued its pre-season roster building with a forward-thinking addition to the squad. Belizean Michael Salazar is the latest face to join up with Memphis at AutoZone Park, forming the third prong of a promising attacking trident that also features new signings Kyle Murphy and Roland Lamah. “We’re thrilled to have Michael join us for… Continue reading Michael Salazar joins Memphis 901 FC Attack

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Michael Salazar joins Memphis 901 FC Attack

Memphis continued its pre-season roster building with a forward-thinking addition to the squad. Belizean Michael Salazar is the latest face to join up with Memphis at AutoZone Park, forming the third prong of a promising attacking trident that also features new signings Kyle Murphy and Roland Lamah. “We’re thrilled to have Michael join us for… Continue reading Michael Salazar joins Memphis 901 FC Attack

Music Video Monday: “Lines” by Jacob Church

Music Video Monday is in the abstract. Jacob Church’s new song “Lines” is a beautiful, jangle-pop influenced indie rock meditation. The video takes the lyric literally by going completely abstract. Church takes his camera close in to objects and signs to revel in the details. He reduces letters and numbers to their constituent lines, and… Continue reading Music Video Monday: “Lines” by Jacob Church

Transfer Nation

Let’s be glad there’s no such thing as an NIT championship parade. How awkward would that have been? Before Penny Hardaway’s Memphis Tigers could deliver their 2021 trophy to the Laurie-Walton Family Basketball Center, nearly half of Hardaway’s nine-man rotation announced their intentions to leave the program. Sophomores Boogie Ellis, D.J. Jeffries, and Damion Baugh… Continue reading Transfer Nation