Missouri senior offensive tackle Elvis Fisher left practice with what coach Gary Pinkel characterized as a serious knee injury.
ESPN reported Saturday that Missouri, Florida State and Clemson were "likely to follow" Texas A&M to the SEC.
On consecutive possessions during Saturday's scrimmage, Lawrence burst through holes and broke away for 60-yard touchdowns. The runs were the highlight of the morning for the offense, which performed erratically.
Luke Lambert and Will Ebner are battling for a starting position, they but aren't letting that get in the way of their friendship
Jimmie Hunt, Marcus Lucas and Bud Sasser came to Columbia as one of the Tigers' most promising classes of receivers yet. But the Tigers return every single player that caught a pass last season, so the new players' potential alone isn't enough to get them on the field.
Realignment of college athletic conferences is on the agenda for a meeting of the Texas A&M board of regents and is the topic of a Texas House Committee on Higher Education hearing.
Maj. Sean Quinlan of the Marine Corps drew parallels between his troops and the Tigers while also pointing out the differences when he spoke to the team Wednesday evening.
The former nationally heralded recruit made his first appearance at the Tigers' practice Thursday.
Richardson, a nationally heralded recruit, was not in uniform for the first week of Missouri’s fall camp because he awaited a final eligibility ruling from the NCAA.
The Moberly native is listed as No. 1 at punter on the Missouri football team's depth chart.
Jimmy Costello is back for his final year of eligibility, putting other plans aside to act as a mentor to James Franklin and the younger quarterbacks.
Max Copeland might not be the face of the Missouri football team's offensive line, but he is one of its most prominent voices.
Josh Ferris served for the Navy in both Afghanistan and Iraq, but now he's here in Columbia with his dad and some family friends for the Missouri football team's Fan Day.
Redshirt freshman Matt Hoch came to Missouri for the opportunity to play tight end and to play along side his older brother, starting senior right tackle Dan Hoch. This spring, though, he moved across the line to defensive end.
Two days into fall camp, Missouri's new quarterback is developing an understanding of his receivers.
The team opened fall camp Thursday without the former No. 4 overall recruit.
The Tigers have chosen left tackle Elvis Fisher, tight end Michael Egnew, defensive end Jacquies Smith and strong safety Kenji Jackson as this season's senior captains.
The Tigers, which finished 10-3 and No. 18 in 2010, received 266 points in the poll.
High-profile positions vacated by Blaine Gabbert and Aldon Smith are open for new players to fill.
The school will wait until Richardson's eligibility is finalized before he is allowed to practice.