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8-6, 1st in American Athletic - West

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

4.37 (u) 40 yard dash time for Memphis RB Darrell Henderson (5-foot-8, 208). That meshes with Henderson's college film. Home run hitter out of the backfield with the long speed to to rip off explosive plays in both gap and zone schemes.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Sources: Memphis is hiring Pete Lembo as special teams coordinator. Lembo, the former head coach at Ball State, Elon and Lehigh, spent this past season coaching special teams at Rice. The Athletic first reported the hire. Lembo, who 112-65 as a head coach, provides a veteran presence for Mike Norvell's staff at Memphis.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Sources: Memphis is hiring Kevin Johns as offensive coordinator, replacing Kenny Dillingham. GoTigers247 first reported the hire, which should be announced today or Saturday. Johns spent last season as Texas Tech's offensive coordinator and has held coordinator roles at Western Michigan and Indiana. He also has extensive experience coaching wide receivers and quarterbacks.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Source: Texas Tech is hiring Memphis defensive line coach Paul Randolph for the same position. Memphis will replace Randolph with Deke Adams, who most recently coached defensive line at North Carolina. Randolph has worked previously at Arizona State and Pitt, among other stops.

Pollard ties NCAA record on 97-yard TD (0:53)
Memphis' missed FG seals Birmingham Bowl for Wake Forest (0:45)
Wake Forest takes late lead on Newman's 3rd TD (0:46)
Memphis regains lead with rush TD (0:21)
Newman beasts into end zone on TD run (0:34)
Newman plunges in for Wake Forest TD (0:28)
Newman's errant pass is picked for 6 (0:43)
Coxie's sick snag sets up Memphis TD (0:39)
Memphis RB bolts to house (0:24)
Wake Forest QB grooves TD pass (0:25)
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Memphis RB Henderson leaving for NFL draft

Darrell Henderson, who is listed as the No. 3 running back in NFL draft positional rankings by ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr., is leaving Memphis after his junior year to enter the draft.

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Meet the ESPN All-America team

Kyler Murray and Quinnen Williams lead this year's college football All-America team. Who else made the cut?

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Auburn hires Dillingham, 29, to be new OC

Auburn has hired Memphis offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingham, 29, to the same position, the team announced Sunday night.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Auburn is hiring Memphis offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingham to the same position. Just 29, Dillingham is completing his first season as Memphis' offensive coordinator after being promoted to the role when Darrell Dickey left for Texas A&M. He replaces Chip Lindsey, who left Auburn for the offensive coordinator role at Kansas under Les Miles. Auburn coach Gus Malzahn will be the team's primary offensive play-caller in 2019, according to a news release.

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