MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -Guard Doneal Mack wants more playing time than he's receiving with the Memphis Tigers, and his father says his son will be transferring once he receives his release.
The Commercial Appeal reported on its Web site Thursday that the 6-foot-5 guard feels it's time to move on. Greg Mack told the newspaper that they believe it's time to go now with two seasons of eligibility remaining.
A spokesman for the men's basketball team did not immediately return telephone and e-mail messages from The Associated Press.
Mack averaged 12.5 minutes during the Tigers' run to the national championship game. From Charlotte, N.C., he originally signed with Florida but was denied admission and signed with Memphis late in the summer of 2006. Greg Mack listed Clemson, Wake Forest and LSU as possible schools for his son.

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