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Name: Brady White (Transfer from Arizona State)
College: Memphis     Number: 3
Height: 6-2   Weight: 210
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2021

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: PManning/PMaxwell/POBrien/PWuerffel...2019: 2ndC...PWuerffel...2nd team All-AAC w/269-420-4014-33-11-64.0 pass, 61--71--1.2-4 rush, 1-25-25.0-0 rec, 3 TT in 14 gms in '19. Granted 6th year of eligibility on May 15 '19. 246-392-3296-26-9-62.8 pass, 53--43--0.8-1 rush, 1--12--12.0-0 rec in 14 gms in '18. Grad transferred from Arizona State in Jan '18. Medical redshirt due to injury in '17. 25-49-259-1-0 pass in 3 gms, missed rest of season due to injury in '16. Redshirted in '15.

 Brady White, Memphis, Player News

  10/20/20 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  Memphis' 50-49 win over UCF Saturday added another thrilling chapter in one of the AAC's best rivalries. Not only did Memphis end a 13-game losing streak to UCF, it was one of the most prolific games in AAC history. According to ESPN Stats and Info, it was the second game over the last 20 seasons where both quarterbacks had at least 450 passing yards, five touchdowns and zero interceptions. Memphis was 6-for-16 on 3rd-down conversions but a perfect 5-for-5 on 4th-down conversions. Memphis scored touchdowns on all six red-zone opportunities while UCF was 4-for-6. Both teams combined for 1,501 yards, an AAC single-game record. ESPN also reported its the second-most combined yards in a game in the past five seasons since Oklahoma-Texas Tech combined for 1,708 in a 2016 game that featured Baker Mayfield and Patrick Mahomes. - Memphis Commercial Appeal

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  10/19/20 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  OCT 19 AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Brady White, Memphis, Gr., QB, Santa Clarita, Calif.,...White, who was chosen as the Walter Camp National Offensive Player of the Week, led Memphis to a 50-49 win against UCF as the Tigers overcame a 21-point second-half deficit for their largest come-from-behind win in program history. White completed 34 of 50 passes for a career-high and school-record 486 yards and six touchdowns, while he also had 30 rushing yards with another score, tying The American's single-game record with seven total touchdowns. White threw two touchdown passes in the final 3:41 of the fourth quarter, including the game-winning TD with 1:08 left to help Memphis end a 13-game series slide against the Knights. - American Athletic Conference Football

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  10/17/20 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  Brady White's sixth touchdown pass with just over a minute remaining completed a school-record 21-point comeback and the Tigers beat UCF 50-49 on Saturday to snap a 13-game losing streak to the Knights. After White found Calvin Austin for a 4-yard score and a two-point try failed, the Knights (2-2, 1-2 American Athletic) drove to the Memphis 22 before Daniel Obarski pulled a 40-yard field-goal attempt left with 19 seconds remaining. On the Tigers' winning drive, a shovel pass to Tahj Washington on fourth down went for 52 yards to the UCF 5. Three plays later White tossed the game-winner to a diving Austin on the left side of the end zone.

UCF led 27-14 at halftime, had a 21-point lead early in the third quarter and led 35-29 entering the final quarter during which the teams combined for five touchdowns. The Tigers' comeback surpassed the school record of 17 points against Houston in 2017. White finished 34-of-50 passing for a school-record 486 yards in a duel with UCF's Dillon Gabriel. Gabriel became the first UCF quarterback to throw for over 500 yards and blew past that mark with 601 yards on 35-of-49 passing with five scores. There were no interceptions. UCF outgained Memphis 798-703 for 1,501 yards offense combined, eclipsing the conference record of 1,479 set by the same teams in a 2017 game. The teams combined for 191 plays. - Memphis/AP College Football


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  10/05/20 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  Brady White was blunt in giving SMU credit for winning 30-27 Saturday. The Memphis quarterback was equally blunt describing his three turnovers, including a fumble that set up SMU's game-winning drive in the final minutes. "They obviously did enough to win but we should've definitely won that game," White said. "I've got to do a better job at capitalizing to help this offense take advantage of those changes (the defense) gives us and obviously finishing the game off there at the end." Memphis shouldn't have been in position to win in Dallas after trailing 24-3 in the second quarter. The Tigers looked slow and rusty after 28 days off due to a COVD-19 outbreak, and White's two first-half interceptions didn't help.

Yet there the Tigers (1-1, 0-1 AAC) were with 3:14 left. White led a drive into SMU territory thanks to a 32-yard pass to Calvin Austin III. There was hope Riley Patterson, who equaled a school and AAC record with a 56-yard field goal, would deliver once again. White's fumble, courtesy of a strip sack by SMU's Junior Aho, sealed the Tigers' fate. "At the end, you got to hold the ball no matter what," White said. "I had two hands on it but can't cough it up." After 11 days of not practicing and two weeks of transitioning back, it was easy to explain the Tigers' poor performance. The secondary gave up two long touchdowns to SMU receiver Reggie Roberson on third-down plays. - Memphis Commercial Appeal


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  09/14/20 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  SEPT 14 AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Brady White, Memphis, Sr., QB, Santa Clara, Calif.,...White was chosen as the Davey O'Brien National Offensive Player of the Week after the opening week of the 2020 season as he led the Tigers to a 37-24 win against Arkansas State. White completed 27 of 37 passes for 280 yards and four touchdowns, including two third-quarter TDs that effectively put the game away. White. who registered his fifth career game with at least four touchdown passes, finished with 319 yards of total offense as he finished with a career-high 39 rushing yards against the Red Wolves. - American Athletic Conference Football

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  09/05/20 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  Brady White threw four touchdown passes, coach Ryan Silverfield collected his first regular season win at Memphis, and the Tigers beat Arkansas State 37-24 on Saturday night in the season opener for both teams. White, who is the Football Bowl Subdivision's only 4,000-yard passer from last season, was 26-of-36 passing for 275 yards. He had two touchdown passes in the first half and added a pair of scoring throws from inside the 10-yard line in the third quarter that stretched the Tigers' lead to 34-17.

Sean Dykes had 10 catches for 137 yards receiving and two touchdowns for Memphis. Calvin Austin III and Damonte Coxie also caught TD passes. Rodrigues Clark had 105 yards rushing on 20 carries that included a 14-yard touchdown run. Logan Bonner was 14-of-23 passing for 133 yards with a touchdown pass and two interceptions for Arkansas State. Isaiah Azubuike and Ryan Graham each ran for a score. The attendance was 4,537 for 58,325-seat Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium. The stadium was divided into four quadrants and fans were not allowed to move between quadrants. Masks were mandatory along with 12 feet of social distancing. Tailgating was not permitted. - Memphis/AP College Football


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  09/04/20 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  Despite entering the season as defending AAC champions, Memphis was ranked third in the AAC football preseason media poll. The Tigers received two first place votes and were behind UCF and Cincinnati. UCF received 10 first place votes and 204 points overall and Cincinnati received seven first place votes and 201 total points. Memphis earned 192 points, 46 more than SMU. Navy, which was fifth, was the only other team to receive a first place vote. The preseason media poll usually gets released in July around AAC Media Day and its annual summer kickoff but it was delayed when both events were canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Tigers won the AAC championship last year after defeating Cincinnati 29-24 in the championship game. They shared the championship in 2014 with UCF and Cincinnati. - Memphis Commercial Appeal

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  08/25/20 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  The Tigers just missed being ranked in the poll, which was released Monday, for the first time in school history. They were ranked 26th overall and received 86 votes, 47 behind No. 25 Tennessee. Cincinnati was ranked No. 20, and Central Florida was ranked No. 21, the only non-Power Five conference teams ranked. Clemson was No. 1 followed by Ohio State, Alabama, Georgia and Oklahoma. Memphis was ranked No. 17 in the final AP Top 25 last season, its highest end-of-year ranking in school history. The Tigers also weren't ranked in the preseason Amway Coaches Top 25 poll this month. But that could change after their season opener Sept. 5. - Memphis Commercial Appeal

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  07/31/20 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  2020 MANNING AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Brady White, Sr., Memphis,...Heading in to his third season at Memphis, White ranks fourth in the Memphis career record book with 7,310 passing career yards and 59 touchdown passes. He is the only FBS quarterback returning in 2020 who passed for over 4,000 yards in 2019. His 4,014 yards last season was the second-best mark in program history and was a key to Memphis' 12-2 season, American Athletic Conference Championship and Goodyear Cotton Bowl appearance. White joined the Tiger roster in 2018 after graduating from Arizona State. He helped Memphis to an 8-6 record, an AAC West Division championship and a Birmingham Bowl appearance in year one. He graduated with his master's degree in August of 2019 and is currently enrolled in a doctorate program at Memphis. - Memphis Football

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  07/27/20 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  2020 WUERFFEL TROPHY PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Brady White, Memphis, senior, quarterback,...The only returning 4,000-yard passer from 2019 in the FBS, White earned a spot on the Wuerffel Trophy list thanks to his additional work in the Memphis community. The Wuerffel Trophy honors college football's top community servant. In the fall of 2019, while helping Memphis to a 12-2 record, an American Athletic Conference championship and a Goodyear Cotton Bowl appearance, White also managed to complete 35 hours of community service during the season, including visits to LeBonheur Children's and St. Jude Children's hospitals. His work with children in the Memphis community included work with the Jessie Reed Foundation, helping distribute Joy Jars, and with Gardenview Elementary School as part of the Tiger Blue Holiday in December. He also served his fellow Tiger student-athletes on a panel for freshmen student-athletes as part of the department's ACAD class. - Memphis Football

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  07/27/20 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST: QB Brady White, Memphis,...In 2019, White threw for a career-high 4,014 yards and 33 touchdowns, becoming just the second quarterback in program history to eclipse 4,000 passing yards in a single season (Riley Ferguson - 4,257 in 2017). Against Penn State in the 84th Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic, the all-conference quarterback threw for a career-high 454 yards. White was twice named a member of the Davey O'Brien Award Great 8 in 2019, recognizing individual performances during the season. His second nod came after throwing for 350 yards with three touchdowns in Memphis' 54-48 ranked victory over No. 15 SMU. - Memphis Football

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  07/20/20 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON DAVEY O'BRIEN AWARD WATCH LIST: Brady White, Memphis,...White is one of 30 quarterbacks on the list and one of only three to represent the American Athletic Conference. SMU's Shane Buechele and UCF's Dillon Gabriel also made the list. In 2019, White threw for a career-high 4,014 yards and 33 touchdowns, becoming just the second quarterback in program history to eclipse 4,000 passing yards in a single season (Riley Ferguson - 4,257 in 2017). Against Penn State in the 84th Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic, the all-conference quarterback threw for a career-high 454 yards.

White was twice named a member of the Davey O'Brien Award Great 8 in 2019, recognizing individual performances during the season. His second nod came after throwing for 350 yards with three touchdowns in Memphis' 54-48 ranked victory over No. 15 SMU. The Santa Clarita, Calif. native returns in 2020 as the only FBS quarterback with over 4,000 passing yards last season. White has 7,310 passing yards and 59 touchdowns in his career, totals that both rank in the top four in program history. Danny Wimprine is the program's all-time leader in passing yards (10,215) and touchdowns (81). - Memphis Football


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  06/11/20 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  The Memphis football program had no positive tests upon returning to campus last weekend, athletic director Laird Veatch announced Thursday. Veatch said that every player and staff member had been tested. "It really went exceptionally well. The players handled it really well, and it was a really smooth process. In fact, we were very fortunate that we had no positive tests and that's pretty remarkable," Veatch said in a video released by the University of Memphis. As a result, Veatch said that phase zero of the athletic department's return-to-campus plan was a success and that phase one will begin early next week. In phase one, the football team will be allowed to hold voluntary workouts with 10 people or less.

When the athletic department initially announced its phased return plan last month, the school stated that the men's and women's basketball programs would begin their phase zero once the football team progresses to phase one. There will be a daily screening process for the football program moving forward and players and staff will be required to masks while at athletic department facilities. Veatch said that if a player or staff member were to test positive for COVID-19, they would immediately be placed into quarantine and a contact tracing process would be enacted. - Memphis Commercial Appeal


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  05/20/20 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  Some Memphis sports programs will be allowed to convene beginning June 1. The NCAA Division I council voted Wednesday to approve voluntary athletic activities for football, men's basketball and women's basketball, beginning next month, the NCAA confirmed. A moratorium on such activities is due to expire May 31 after being stopped in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. "We are pleased that the NCAA has approved voluntary activities in football, men's and women's basketball starting in June and we have been preparing for that possibility for some time now.," Memphis athletics director Laird Veatch said. "We look forward to sharing more in the near future once our plan is complete." The move represents a step toward college football taking place in the fall. - Memphis Commercial Appeal

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  04/13/20 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  In the week leading up to the Cotton Bowl, Brady White was focused on Memphis beating Penn State but also pondered if that would be his last game. When White announced on Jan. 8 that he was returning for his senior year, it became the first win of coach Ryan Silverfield's tenure. After a strong second season as the Tigers' quarterback, he wanted one more year to build on what he accomplished. Now that has changed with how the coronavirus pandemic has affected the world. Instead of preparing for the Tigers' spring game on Friday, White has stayed indoors in Memphis as he works out and studies his playbook. For now, that senior season is still in play. Until a decision comes on when the team will practice again, White is staying optimistic while also keeping aware of what's happening around him.

"I just knew I had an awesome opportunity to come back to. I was just excited about what we could possibly do, what I could do for myself and for this team coming back for my last year," White said. "I wanted us to maximize the opportunity and also building on what I've done here going into my next step." White, along with running back Kenneth Gainwell and wide receiver Damonte Coxie, were expected to keep the Tigers' offense running in high gear for Silverfield's first full season. Yet now, that remains an unknown with the college football season in limbo. For now, White is remaining positive and finding ways to occupy his time beside football. That includes cooking more than he usually does without sticking too tightly to his usual meal plan. - Memphis Commercial Appeal


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  12/10/19 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  2019 ALL-AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): QB Brady White, Memphis, Jr.,...For the first time in his career, White has been named all-conference for his work on the field. A Johnny Unitas Top 5 Finalist, White has thrown for a career-high 3,307 yards this season and ranks second in the league with 32 touchdowns. Nationally, White ranks in the top 10 in yards per pass attempt (10.02), passing efficiency (177.7) and passing touchdowns (32).

White has also recorded five 300-yard passing games including a career-high 363 passing yards at Temple. He became the fourth player in program history to eclipse 6,000 career passing yards and with 58 career touchdowns to-date, he currently ranks fourth all-time at Memphis. This season, White was named to the Manning Award Watch List, the CFPA Midseason Watch List and three times has earned a spot on the Davey O'Brien Great 8 and the Manning Award Stars of the Week lists. - Memphis Football


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  11/29/19 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  Brady White threw for 233 yards and two touchdowns as No. 17 Memphis beat 18th-ranked Cincinnati 34-24 Friday for the Tigers' third straight American Athletic Conference West title and the right to host the league championship - and the Bearcats again - next week. This will be the first time that Memphis (11-1, 7-1, No. 18 CFP) will host a conference title game in program history. And the league championship will be a rematch between these teams after Memphis snapped a nine-game winning streak by the East Division champs. Cincinnati (10-2, 7-1, No. 19 CFP) hadn't lost since being routed by Ohio State on Sept. 7.

Joseph Dorceus and Bryce Huff had two sacks apiece, and Memphis finished with five. The Tigers came up with three turnovers, including an interception by Sanchez Blake Jr. with 1:35 left. Memphis also forced Cincinnati three-and-out after Ahmad Gardner intercepted White with 7:49 left with the Tigers up only 27-24. The Tigers led only 20-17 when they put together their longest drive, going 83 yards over nine plays capped by a flea flicker. Patrick Taylor took the handoff, handed to Kedarian Jones who flipped the ball to White, and he hit Damonte Coxie for a 46-yard TD with 13:22 left. Antonio Gibson scored on a 29-yard TD run with 3:16 left for the final margin for Memphis. - AP College Football


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  11/23/19 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  One more win and No. 18 Memphis will get another crack at playing for the American Athletic Conference championship. The Tigers shrugged off a slow start to beat South Florida 49-10 Saturday and move a step closer to another AAC West division crown and a third consecutive berth in the league title game. Memphis (10-1, 6-1), which has won five straight since their only loss at Temple, retained a share of first place with Navy and will win the West with a home win over No. 17 Cincinnati next week. "I have yet to use the word championship at all this year, not since January," coach Mike Norvell said. "I got to say it in that locker room because we put ourselves in a position now if we can go to take care of our business next week, which is going to be an unbelievable challenge."

Brady White threw for 222 yards and two touchdowns, and the Tigers shrugged off two early turnovers to score 42 consecutive points to finish the blowout before an announced crowd of 25,136 that included a gray cat that ran onto the field after Antonio Gibson scored on an 18-yard run to make it 35-10 with just under seven minutes left in the third quarter. The ensuing kickoff was delayed less than a minute while the cat darted around, searching for an escape route. It finally took off through an open area behind the USF bench. White was intercepted twice in the first half when USF (4-7, 2-5) led 10-7. The graduate transfer settled in and took control of the game with help from a bevy of playmakers. - Memphis/AP College Football


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  11/18/19 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  NOV 18 AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Brady White, Memphis, Jr., QB, Newhall, Calif.,...White was responsible for six touchdowns and 348 yards of total offense as Memphis took a 45-27 win at Houston, moving the Tigers into a tie for first place in The American's West Division. White completed 22 of 33 passes for 341 yards and matched his career high with five touchdown passes. He added a 14-yard rushing touchdown to help Memphis overcome an early 17-7 deficit. - American Athletic Conference Football

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  11/16/19 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  Down early against Houston, there was no panic on the Memphis sideline. The Tigers remained poised because they knew they would respond. Brady White threw for 341 yards and five touchdowns and ran for another score and No. 18 Memphis overcame a 10-point first-quarter deficit to beat Houston 45-27 on Saturday. "It's the first quarter, so there's a lot of football left to be played," White said. "There was not one person who was down or frustrated. We knew what had to be done. We just came out the next series and responded. As long as we own the football and we execute the way we know how to, we know that we can't be stopped." White completed 22 of 33 passes.

"Brady is one the best quarterbacks in the country," Memphis coach Mike coach Mike Norvell said. "I believed in Brady throughout his time here in Memphis, and it's great to see him play with the confidence and playing within himself." Damonte Coxie caught four passes for 93 yards and two touchdowns, Antonio Gibson had four catches for 93 yards and a score, and Calvin Austin caught five passes for 81 yards and a touchdown. Kenneth Gainwell finished with 99 rushing yards on 17 carries for Memphis, which outgained Houston 531-256. The Tigers (9-1, 5-1 American) have won five in a row. Houston (3-7, 1-5) lost its third straight. - Memphis/AP College Football


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  11/03/19 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  Brady White threw for 350 yards and three touchdowns, Antonio Gibson had a school-record 386 all-purpose yards with three scores and No. 24 Memphis held off No. 15 SMU 54-48 Saturday night to cap the biggest day yet in Tigers' football history. The Tigers (8-1, 4-1) handed SMU its first loss of the season and moved atop the American Athletic Conference's Western Division to improve their case to represent the Group of Five in the New Year's Six. SMU (8-1, 4-1) came in with its best start to a season since winning 1982 when the Mustangs won their first 10 games. They left having lost their sixth straight in Memphis in a series dominated by the Tigers.

Memphis started the day on display thanks to ESPN's "College GameDay" on Beale Street with wrestler Jerry Lawler as the big guest, then filled the Liberty Bowl with 59,506 for the biggest crowd for an American conference game. The Tigers followed by outdueling the nation's sixth-best scoring offense, which had been averaging 43 points a game. The teams combined for 1,067 yards total offense, and SMU had its chance after scoring three TDs in the fourth quarter. Shane Buechele threw a 2-yard TD pass to James Proche with 2:06 left and went for 2 after each, converting all three. - Memphis/AP College Football


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  10/05/19 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  Brady White threw three touchdown passes, Kenneth Gainwell ran for 209 yards and two scores, and Memphis beat Louisiana Monroe 52-33 on Saturday. Gainwell is the first freshman in program history to top 200 yards rushing and needed only 14 carries - a 14.9 average - to do it. Memphis (5-0) built a 29-10 lead in the second quarter before Louisiana Monroe got back in it. The Warhawks reduced their deficit to 39-33 with when Caleb Evans threw a 36-yard TD pass to Josh Pederson with 6:31 remaining.

But on the first play after the ensuing kickoff, Gainwell ran for a 68-yard touchdown to extend the lead to 12 points. Following the kickoff, on the Warhawks' first play, La'Andre Thomas intercepted Evans and ran it back 33 yards and a 52-33 lead. Evans threw for 286 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 112 yards on 18 carries and two scores. Josh Johnson ran for 119 yards on 19 carries for Louisiana Monroe (2-3). The Warhawks outgained Memphis 575-535 in total yardage but suffered 11 penalties for 114 yards. - Memphis/AP College Football


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  09/14/19 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  Brady White threw three touchdowns and running backs Kenny Gainwell and Kylan Watkins rushed for more than 100 yards each as Memphis remained unbeaten, rolling past South Alabama 42-6 on Saturday. Stepping in for the injured Patrick Taylor, Gainwell gained a career-high 145 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries while Watkins was 11-113. Each had reached those totals in three quarters. The Tigers gained 312 yards on the ground. White added 209 yards passing with touchdowns to Watkins, Kedarian Jones and Antonio Gibson.

South Alabama's Tylan Morton completed 4 of 12 passes for 105 yards with a TD to Kawaan Baker for the game's final points. Morton was intercepted once and his fourth-quarter fumble was returned 48 yards by Austin Hall for a Memphis touchdown. South Alabama (1-2) was out-gained 530 yards to 248 in total offense. The Jaguars' six points was the fewest Memphis has allowed since shutting out Arkansas 6-0 in 1993. Memphis faces undefeated Navy on Saturday in its American Athletic Conference opener. - Memphis Football


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  09/09/19 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  WEEK 2 AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE HONOR ROLL: Brady White, Memphis, Jr., QB,...Completed 17 of 21 passes (80.1 percent) for 337 yards and two touchdowns in a 55-24 win against Southern. - American Athletic Conference Football

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  09/07/19 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  Brady White threw for two touchdowns, Kenneth Gainwell scored three and Memphis' defense smothered Southern in the second half to pull away to a 55-24 victory on Saturday. The Tigers (2-0), leading 27-17 at halftime, scored 21 third-quarter points and held the Jaguars to only 15 yards total offense in the second half. The Jaguars (0-2) scored on the game's opening possession but White combined with Antonio Gibson on a 55-yard touchdown and Keith Brown returned a blocked punt 27 yards as Memphis took a 17-7 first-quarter lead. It was the first time Memphis returned a blocked punt for a TD since 2012. Another blocked punt led to White's 21-yard scoring throw to Gainwell and a 48-24 lead in the final minute of the third quarter. Gainwell also rushed for two scores, including a 46-yarder. White finished 17-of-21 passing for 337 yards. Damonte Coxie had six catches for 112 yards. Memphis outgained Southern 575-258. - AP College Football

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  08/28/19 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  Memphis quarterback Brady White has two seasons of eligibility remaining, yet he already has earned his master's degree. White dismisses the notion he could have lightened his class schedule now that he's already graduated. White instead is beginning work on a doctorate in liberal studies at the same time that he's directing Memphis' offense. "I always wanted to push myself academically," White said. "My whole plan was that as long as I was in college and playing ball, I was going to go as far as I can with my education. I'm very fortunate to be at this level."

White hasn't pinpointed exactly what he wants to do once he's done playing football, though he's considered getting involved in the business side of sports. For now, he's focusing on making sure Memphis delivers on considerable preseason expectations as the Tigers prepare to host Mississippi on Saturday in their season opener. Memphis' offense is working under new coordinator Kevin Johns and attempting to replace Los Angeles Rams third-round draft pick Darrell Henderson, whose 1,909 yards rushing last season ranked second among all Football Bowl Subdivision players. The Tigers need a big year from White as they attempt to maintain their status as one of the nation's highest-scoring offenses. - AP College Football


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  07/29/19 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON WUERFFEL TROPHY WATCH LIST: Brady White, Memphis, Junior, QB,...White took over the starting signal caller duties in his first year as a Tiger...Directed the most prolific offense in program history with 7,324 total yards...In full season of action, was 246-of-392 passing for 3,296 yards and 26 TD...Had nine interceptions...Had a long pass of 75 yards twice. - Memphis Football

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  07/19/19 - QB Brady WhiterSr/2021, Memphis, 6-2, 210 (DS#13 QB) + More +

  The opener will also gauge how junior Brady White has progressed after his first year at quarterback. Riley Ferguson, the previous quarterback, improved his numbers in every category between his first and second seasons. White passed for 3,296 yards and 26 touchdowns with a 62.8 completion percentage. But finishing with six touchdowns and six interceptions in his final five games wasn't the best indicator that he improved from the beginning of the year.

"It's a lot of work in understanding and just the repetition of making sure their eyes are in the right place, that they're going through their reads and progressions at an elite level," Norvell said of how quarterbacks make the leap in their second year. "Sometimes that can be a challenge in Year 1." White has said he didn't think he had the best season because neither he nor the team maximized all four quarters in every game. But if Memphis is to contend for an AAC championship, they'll need a better year from White with playmakers Darrell Henderson and Tony Pollard now in the NFL. - Memphis Commercial Appeal


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