Missouri to join SEC
MU Chancellor Brady Deaton said the SEC offered a more stable and financially lucrative future, and this played role in his decision to move from the Big 12.
A look at how other SEC schools celebrate on game day.
Despite what the Kansas administration has said on the topic, Jayhawks football players want to keep playing Missouri.
More seating could be added to Memorial Stadium, but plans are still in the works.
Under a Southeastern Conference policy, Missouri football fans would no longer be able to leave and re-enter Memorial Stadium during football games.
The biggest complaint from the Missouri faithful about their football future is that Missouri won’t have any chance to win the SEC. But did the Tigers ever have a chance to win the Big 12?
The Tigers' transition to the Southeastern Conference will involve a detailed briefing on the rules, structure and standards of that league.
In the SEC, CBS gets first pick in terms of televising games, and all of the games not picked up by CBS go to ESPN.
If Missouri's recent bowl appearance streak continues when the team joins the SEC next season, there are new destinations that await the Tigers and their fans.
Two Kansas coaches indicated they don't have much desire to continue the 119-year old rivalry with Missouri once the Tigers join the SEC.
Concerns about who is going to pay for Missouri's move to the Southeastern Conference has sparked conversation in the statehouse.
Local and national retailers plan to offer new SEC merchandise to Missouri fans.
Missouri’s part in the ongoing conference realignment musical chairs ended in a combination between pep rally and press conference at the MU Student Center.
At an MU Student Center celebration, families and friends seemed excited about Missouri's move and hope for a bright future in the SEC.
Missourian reporters provided live coverage on Twitter of MU Chancellor Brady Deaton's news conference and celebration to announce Missouri's move to the SEC.
National and local news coverage examines the implications of Missouri's move to the Southeastern Conference.
Missouri, Kansas and Big 12 fans react on Twitter and Facebook to the news that the Tigers will be leaving the Big 12 for the SEC.
Students said they think the move to the SEC will be good for Missouri sports but worry about being "a small fish in a big pond."
Kansas Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little says she's sorry to see the university's century-old rivalry with Missouri end.
When Missouri starts competing in the SEC, travel time to away games will increasefor Tiger athletes, the Marching Mizzou band and fans. This graph compares the mileage to 2011-12 season Big 12 schools to the 2012-13 season SEC teams that Missouri will play.