By ALAN FERGUSON
Memphis coach Josh Pastner is hoping his team can learn from an unpleasant trip to Hawaii. A couple of winnable home games this week might help the Tigers begin doing that.
They'll play the first of those Monday night against Jackson State as they look to recover from a rough week that caused them to fall 14 spots to No. 22 in the AP poll.
Memphis (2-2) returns to FedExForum after dropping two of three in the Maui Invitational, most recently falling 91-88 in overtime to Georgetown in the fifth-place game Wednesday.
The Tigers opened the tournament with a 73-61 loss to then-No. 15 Michigan last Monday and had to go to double overtime the next day to record their lone win, 99-97 over Tennessee.
"I told our guys in the locker room, it's a long season," Pastner said. "This is November. This is why we played the four games we've played so far to this point is to get challenged, see what we've done well, see what we need to make adjustments on."
Most of those adjust...