Missouri football 2013
False starts, dropped passes, wrong routes. The Missouri football team appeared to lack focus on offense in its final scrimmage of fall camp.
It includes more than 400 players trying to fill 110 roster spots between the North and South teams in the annual postseason all-star game.
"Touchdown" Jimmie Hunt can trash talk with the best of 'em. But can the Missouri junior wide receiver walk the walk in 2013 after ankle surgery in spring?
More than anything, Dorial Green-Beckham just wants to put his freshman season behind him. He answered questions about the season with a smile but was relieved when it came to an end.
With seven days to go before the Tigers' final scrimmage of fall camp, here are seven questions that still need answers.
Coach Gary Pinkel named senior James Franklin the Missouri starting quarterback several hours after Franklin's impressive performance in the team's second fall scrimmage.
Promising junior-college transfer Duron Singleton finally joined the team Monday after dealing with academic issues.
The Southeastern Conference announced agreements with nine postseason bowl games and a new selection process for the bowl games on Monday.
Nine practices. So many questions, so few answers. Until Saturday. The family, friends and donors watched. Construction workers put the finishing touches on the north end zone concourse and continued work on the east side of the stadium, while the handpicked crowd got a glimpse at what the 2013 Tigers will look like.
The Missouri football team held its first scrimmage of fall camp on Saturday. Here are some noteworthy items from the three-hour practice.
The fourth-year defensive back wants to return to his home to start a gym and help people realize their dreams.
The Missouri football program’s SEC song was transposed to a minor key last season. Now, the Tigers are stuck indoors, and they're hungry.
When Missouri football players finish their long days at summer practice, some of them return to their dorms and play video football.
Kony Ealy, a 6-foot-5-inch, 275-pound defensive end is one of the Tigers’ most gifted athletes.
Missouri offensive lineman Max Copeland is instantly recognizable with his flowing locks and bellowing cries. Underneath the surface, however, is a young man dying to talk about physics and the Roman empire.
Missouri football fans can meet and get autographs from their favorite players at the 11th annual Football Fan Day at Memorial Stadium on Sunday.
It feels like football again. The conditioning tests are completed, results recorded. The first-practice nerves are out of the way. The pace quickens.
When his teammates voted for captains before Thursday's first practice, Tigers cornerback E.J. Gaines was among the four chosen along with quarterback James Franklin, wide receiver L'Damian Washington and linebacker Andrew Wilson.
Harry Smith, a former assistant football coach at Missouri under Don Faurot and Dan Devine, died Tuesday at age 94.
General public fans can begin purchasing remaining non-conference home game tickets Friday.
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