Is Ryan Silverfield married?

Is Ryan Silverfield married?

Silverfield is married to his wife, Mariana.

Who is the head coach of the Memphis Tigers?

Ryan Silverfield
Memphis Tigers football/Head coaches

Who is the defensive coordinator for the University of Memphis?

Mike MacIntyre
2021 Football Coaching Staff

Name Title Phone
Mike MacIntyre Defensive Coordinator 901-678-5119
Charles Bankins Special Teams Coordinator 901-678-5119
Jim Bridge Assistant Coach / Offensive Line 901-678-5119
Charles Clark Assistant Coach / Defensive Backs 901-678-5119

Where did Ryan Silverfield go to high school?

The Bolles School
Ryan Silverfield/Education

Who coaches Arkansas football?

Sam Pittman
Arkansas Razorbacks football/Head coaches

Sam Pittman, one of the nation’s premier recruiters, was named the 34th head coach in Razorback history prior to the 2020 season.

What year did Memphis beat Alabama in football?

Alabama Leads Series 7-1

Game Date Stadium
1 Nov. 22, 1958 Denny Stadium
2 Nov. 21, 1959 Denny Stadium
3 Oct. 1, 1983 Bryant-Denny Stadium
4 Oct. 26, 1985 Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium

Is Memphis a FBC or FCS?

The Memphis Tigers football team represents the University of Memphis in college football in the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision. The Tigers play in the American Athletic Conference as an all-sports member.

Where is Mike Mcintyre?

George Michael MacIntyre (born March 14, 1965) is an American football coach. He is the defensive coordinator at Memphis.

Where does Memphis play football?

Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Memphis Tigers football/Arenas/Stadiums
The University of Memphis football program is fortunate to have one of the finest facilities in the nation in which to play its home games. Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, “built by the citizens of Memphis,” is a memorial to the veterans of World War I, World War II and the Korean War.

Who coaches Memphis football?

Memphis Tigers football/Head coaches
Ryan Silverfield became the 25th head coach in Memphis football history in December 2019 and began his tenure by leading the Tigers into their first major bowl game appearance: the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic in Dallas.