The Missouri Tigers open their first season in the Southeastern Conference this fall.
Mike Alden, MU athletics director, released a list of updates in regards to the fast-approaching 2012 athletic season.
Defending national champion Alabama and last season's 13-win juggernaut LSU remain the headliners of a league that has won the last six BCS titles.
Players and coaches will be available for an autograph session on Aug. 5 at Faurot Field.
Single-game tickets for Missouri football games against Southeastern Louisiana (Sept. 1), Arizona State (Sept. 15) and Syracuse (Nov. 17) will be available for purchase Friday.
Missouri assistant basketball coach Ryan Miller is leaving for an associate head coach position at Auburn.
The junior quarterback has been named to three preseason awards watch lists this summer.
Senior left tackle Elvis Fisher and junior cornerback E.J. Gaines represented the Tigers on the media preseason All-SEC third team.
State Rep. Sara Lampe took Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel to task Thursday for his recent defense of former Penn State coach Joe Paterno as "a great man."
The junior quarterback has been added to a second preseason award watch list Tuesday.
Kentucky coach Joker Phillips believes last year's mediocre season is a minor bump on the road to consistent success.
Coach Gary Pinkel, receiver T.J. Moe, offensive tackle Elvis Fisher and cornerback E.J. Gaines made the trip to Hoover, Ala., for the start of the SEC Media Days.
Watch a live stream of Missouri at the SEC Media Days in Birmingham, Ala. The live stream starts at 1 p.m. Tuesday, and three Missouri players and coach Gary Pinkel will be on at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Missouri senior wide receiver T.J. Moe was put on watch as one of the top wide receivers in the country for the second consecutive year.
At SEC media days Tuesday, SEC Commissioner Mike Slive addressed last week's report concerning the Penn State sexual abuse allegations.
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel said the recent scandal at Penn State can not be blamed entirely on Paterno.
The SEC announced start times and TV schedules for the first three games of each of its 14 members Monday.
Missouri redshirt senior linebacker Zaviar Gooden was one of 15 SEC linebackers who made the 51-player list of finalists.
While playing in the New England Collegiate Baseball League, Jake Ivory, a sophomore catcher for Missouri, has become a role model for the family's youngest child, Matthew McGannon.
Every year, Missouri’s football team accepts about 10 new walk-ons — athletes who have not received a scholarship offer but still hope to find a spot on the team’s roster.