Tigers About the House - Netflix

Tigers About the House follows Giles Clark, British Tiger expert and Head of Big Cats at Australia Zoo, as he hand rears the most genetically important Sumatran tigers in the world, brothers, Spot and Stripe. To ensure the cubs survival, Giles is taking Spot and Stripe home to live with his boisterous family.

Tigers About the House - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2014-06-16

Tigers About the House - Memphis Tigers football - Netflix

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. They play home games at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium. The team's current head coach is Mike Norvell, who began his tenure in 2016. Since their inaugural season in 1912, the Memphis Tigers have won over 450 games and appeared in nine bowl games. The program has also claimed five conference championships with the most recent coming in 2014.

Tigers About the House - Rip Scherer era (1995–2000) - Netflix

James Madison head coach Rip Scherer took over as the Tigers' 20th head football coach after Stobart's termination. Scherer arrived in the Mid-South with some impressive credentials, serving as offensive coordinator at Georgia Tech from 1980 to 1986 under Bill Curry and then following Curry to Alabama, serving as the Crimson Tide's offensive coordinator in 1987. He then joined Dick Tomey's Arizona staff, serving as offensive coordinator from 1988 to 1990 before taking over as James Madison's head coach. Scherer signed a five-year contract worth a base salary of $110,000 annually. On April 24, 1995, the University of Memphis ended its 21-year run as an independent when it; along with the University of Charlotte, the University of Cincinnati, DePaul University, the University of Houston, the University of Louisville, Marquette University, Saint Louis University, the University of Southern Mississippi, Tulane University, the University of Alabama at Birmingham and the University of South Florida; chartered Conference USA. The league announced it would begin football competition in 1996. The Tigers finished 3–8 in 1995. They kicked off the season on September 2 with a 28–18 loss to Mississippi State. After a 24–7 loss to #11 Michigan, Memphis picked up its first win of the season with a 33–19 victory over Louisiana-Lafayette. The next week, Scherer's team lost to Arkansas by a score of 27–20. On September 30, the Tigers lost to Louisville by a margin of 17–7. After a 23–8 victory over Tulane, Memphis lost to Cincinnati by a score of 28–3. After a 10–7 win over Tulsa, the Tigers lost a 34–3 blowout to Ole Miss. After a 17–9 loss to Southern Miss in the Black and Blue Bowl, Scherer's squad finished the season with a 31–17 defeat at the hands of East Carolina. Memphis went 4–7 in 1996, its first season in Conference USA. In the season opener, the Tigers suffered a 30–7 loss to #11 Miami. The following week, they suffered a 31–10 loss to Mississippi State. Scherer then led the Tigers to three straight wins; defeating Missouri by a score of 19–16, Tulane by a margin of 17–10 and Cincinnati by a score of 18–16. On October 12, the Tigers lost to Houston by a margin of 37–20. That was followed by a 16–0 shutout loss to Southern Miss. On October 26, Scherer's Tigers suffered a 13–9 loss at the hands of Louisiana-Lafayette. Another loss followed in the form of a 13–10 defeat at the hands of Louisville on November 2. Then, the Tigers notched one of the biggest wins in program history. On November 9, 1996, the Tigers beat SEC power #6 Tennessee, quarterbacked by Peyton Manning, 21–17 at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium. It was the first time Memphis had defeated the Vols in fifteen meetings, and the Vols came into the game with a 40–1 record in November since 1985. Fans stormed the field and tore down the goalposts after the huge upset win. During the game, Memphis kick returner Kevin Cobb returned a kickoff for a touchdown. The touchdown won an ESPY for “College Football Play of the Year” in June 1997. It would take another 19 years for the Tigers to defeat another nationally ranked team, when they defeated #13 Ole Miss by a margin of 37–24 in 2015. Scherer's Tigers lost by a score of 20–10 to East Carolina in the season's final game. Memphis posted a second consecutive 4–7 record in 1997. After dropping the season opener by a score of 13–10 to Mississippi State, the Tigers got their first win of the season in their second game, defeating UAB by a score of 28–7. Scherer's team then embarked upon a three-game losing streak, beginning with a 51–21 loss to #21 Michigan State on September 13. Next, Memphis lost to Minnesota by a score of 20–17. On October 4, Memphis lost to Cincinnati by second straight 20–17 score. After a 38–9 shellacking of Arkansas State, Scherer's squad lost by a score of 32–10 to East Carolina. After a 24–3 victory over Houston, Memphis lost to Tulane by a score of 26–14. On November 15, the Tigers lost a 21–20 nail biter to Louisville. They concluded the season on November 22 with a 42–18 defeat in the Black and Blue Bowl to Southern Miss. The Tigers went 2–9 in 1998. They started the season with a 30–10 loss to Ole Miss. The Tigers faced the other Southeastern Conference team from Mississippi in the season's second game, falling to the Bulldogs by a margin of 14–6. On September 19, Scherer's team lost to Minnesota by a margin of 41–14. The next week, Memphis lost to Houston by a count of 35–14. After a 23–9 defeat at the hands of #20 Arkansas, the Tigers defeated Cincinnati by a count of 41–23 to record their first win of the season. After a 35–32 loss to Louisville, Memphis picked up its second win of the year by beating Arkansas State in the Paint Bucket Bowl by a margin of 35–19 After a 41–31 loss to #15 Tulane on November 7, Scherer's squad lost to Southern Miss by a blowout margin of 45–3. They closed the season with a heartbreaking 34–31 loss to East Carolina. Scherer led the Tigers to a 5–6 mark in 1999. In their first game, Memphis lost a defensive struggle to Ole Miss by a count of 3–0. The next week, the Tigers again lost by three points, falling to Mississippi State by a margin of 13–10. On September 18, Memphis won the Paint Bucket Bowl, defeating Arkansas State by a score of 31–26. The Tigers then lost a heartbreaking 17–16 contest to #7 Tennessee on September 25. That was followed by a 27–17 loss to Missouri. After a 38–14 victory over UAB, Memphis suffered another heartbreaking defeat, a 32–31 nail biter to Louisville. After a 49–7 blowout of Tulane, Scherer's team lost to #25 Southern Miss by a score of 20–5. The Tigers finished the season with two wins, defeating Army by a score of 14–10 and Cincinnati by a score of 21–13. Memphis finished 4–7 in 2000. The Tigers lost to Mississippi State by a margin of 17–3 in the season opener on September 2. Scherer then led his team to three straight wins, beginning with a 28–0 shutout over Louisiana-Monroe. The next week, the Tigers won the Paint Bucket Bowl over Arkansas State by a score of 19–17. That was followed by a 26–16 victory over Army on September 23. After a 24–3 loss to #21 Southern Miss in the Black and Blue Bowl, Memphis defeated East Carolina by a score of 17–10. On October 14, Memphis lost to UAB by a count of 13–9. The next week, Memphis lost to Houston by a margin of 33–30 in triple overtime. On November 4, the Tigers lost to in-state foe Tennessee by a margin of 19–17. After a 13–10 overtime loss to Cincinnati, the Tigers lost to Tulane by a margin of 37–14 in the season's final game. Scherer was fired as head coach after the 2000 season. He left Memphis with a 22–44 record in six seasons as head coach.

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