TSU Football Breakdown

John Merritt Classic

Tennessee State Tigers vs. Mississippi Valley Delta Devils Football at Nissan Stadium Friday, Aug. 30th Saturday August 31st at Hadley Park. The J.A.M. Classic family festival – from 10am to 6pm will have music, food trucks, Bounce Houses, Vendors, & More.
Oct. 19th: TSU Ultimate Pre-Game Homecoming Tailgate Party 2019 at the Nissan Stadium.


Oct. 12th: Tennessee State Homecoming Concert
Join TSU for its annual Homecoming Concert at the TSU – Gentry Center.

Join Us for Tennessee State University's Ultimate Pre-Game Kickoff Tailgate Party at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, TN
Oct. 13th:  TSU Homecoming
Cheer own TSU at they take on Austin Peay
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TSU Homecoming

Oct. 19th: TSU Ultimate Pre-Game Homecoming Tailgate Party 2019 at the Nissan Stadium. Oct. 12th: Tennessee State Homecoming Concert Join TSU for its annual Homecoming Concert at the TSU – Gentry Center. Join Us for Tennessee State University’s Ultimate Pre-Game Kickoff Tailgate Party at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, TN Oct. 13th: TSU Homecoming Cheer own TSU at they take on Austin Peay Click the image for full details of TSU Homecoming
The Tigers open the season on Aug. 31 against Mississippi Valley State in the John Merritt Classic at Nissan Stadium. The matchup against the Blue Raiders is set for Sept. 7, almost 21 years to the day the two squads battled to a 28-27 contest, in favor of MT on Sept. 5, 1998.

MTSU vs TSU

The Tigers open the season on Aug. 31 against Mississippi Valley State in the John Merritt Classic at Nissan Stadium. The matchup against the Blue Raiders is set for Sept. 7, almost 21 years to the day the two squads battled to a 28-27 contest, in favor of MT on Sept. 5, 1998.

30th SOUTHERN HERITAGE CLASSIC® CULTURAL CELEBRATION

Wednesday, September 11 Classic Gala 6 p.m., Graceland Soundstage. Celebrating 30 years of Classic Culture. Exclusively Black Tie. Music by Trio Thursday, September 12 Classic Concert presented by Cracker Barrel 8 p.m., Orpheum Theatre. Enjoy an evening of Classic soul starring Gladys Knight and Jeffrey Osborne. Friday, September 13 Classic College & Career Fair 9 a.m., Pipkin Building at Tiger Lane/Fairgrounds. Presented by the City of Memphis Office of Youth Services. Saturday, September 14 Classic Tailgate 8 a.m., Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium parking lot and Tobey Park. Friends, Food and Football. Classic Parade 9 a.m., Presented by the Orange Mound Community Parade Committee (OMCPC) as a salute to the Southern Heritage Classic. Classic Battle of the Bands 11 a.m., Whitehaven High School Stadium. The competition will feature the best high school show bands in the region with show-stopping dance routines. Southern Heritage Classic Football Game 6 p.m., Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium. A great football rivalry featuring TENNESSEE STATE vs JACKSON STATE.

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