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January 27, 2021 35 min

In the span of a week, the Memphis basketball team has gone from mediocre to having as much momentum as any team in the AAC. 

The Tigers have won back-to-back-to-back league games for just the second time in the past two seasons. 

Which begs at least a couple of intriguing questions: Is this the best three-game stretch of the Penny Hardaway era? Also, which five factors are the most responsible for Memphis' turnaround? 

Beat writer Jason Munz and columnist Mark Giannotto attempt to answer these questions and discuss whether the next seven days will be as successful as the last seven have been on this week's episode of the Tiger Basketball Podcast. 

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