On Thursday, all eyes in the football world were on Columbia as Pro Day commenced at Dan Devine Pavilion for Tiger football players. Former MU quarterback Blaine Gabbert threw for the first time for NFL scouts. Gabbert is projected to be selected in the first round of the NFL draft, and he is currently projected to be the No. 1 quarterback chosen overall.
As NFL scouts, agents and media studied the mechanics of quarterback Blaine Gabbert and the health of defensive lineman Aldon Smith, current Missouri players sat together in a corner providing support rather than analysis.
Former MU quarterback Blaine Gabbert said that, more than anything else, Thursday’s throwing session was fun for him. No matter that representatives from all 32 NFL teams were assembled in the Devine Pavilion to watch him throw.
Tahki Chievous, the 7-year-old son of former Missouri men's basketball player Derrick Chievous, traveled with the Missouri men's basketball team to Washington, D.C., for the Tigers' first-round game against the Cincinnati Bearcats.
Last season, guard Kim English averaged 14 points-per-game for the Missouri men's basketball team, and as this season approached, so did higher expectations. But as Missouri’s up-and-down season has gone, so has English’s year.
Out of the eight quarterback prospects invited to the NFL combine in February, former Missouri player Blaine Gabbert was the only one who elected not to throw. Scouts will finally get their chance to see what he has at Thursday's Pro Day.
The Bearcats coach claims his team is "one of the funniest teams on earth."
The No. 13 Missouri softball team earned its 14th straight win and 10th shutout this season in a 3-0 victory over Southern Illinois on Wednesday at University Field. But coach Ehren Earleywine said it could have been a more satisfying win.
The Missouri men's basketball team remains confident that it can make a run in this year's NCAA Tournament. The Tigers might have a chance if they can make the necessary adjustments by the time they play Cincinnati on Thursday.
The Bearcats are a physical team that fared well in what is probably the nation's toughest conference.
ESPN.com senior writer and MU graduate Pat Forde said he thinks Missouri could make an early exit in this season's NCAA Tournament but acknowledges the benefits of using a frenetic style of play.
Stan Morrison and the other members of the men's basketball selection committee turned in this season's NCAA Tournament brackets Sunday to end a season-long process.
Speculation about the coach's future with the Tigers emerged after Sunday's announcement that John Pelphrey had been fired as coach at Arkansas.
The NCAA announced Sunday that the Missouri men's basketball team is a No. 11 seed and will face No. 6 seed Cincinnati in Washington, D.C., in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. For Missouri guard Kim English, the game has extra meaning, since Washington, D.C., is located 40 miles from his hometown of Baltimore.
The Tigers finished the DeMarini Invitational with their pitchers tossing two shutouts. Coach Ehren Earleywine said he wants his team to not just win games but dominate opponents.
The junior honed his skills behind the plate catching for his younger brother Jacob Turner, who is now a pitcher in the Detroit Tigers' minor league farm system.
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Chelsea Thomas recorded her first career save in Missouri's 4-3 win over Illinois on Saturday afternoon. Earlier in the day, Thomas picked up her fifth win of the season in a 9-0 five-inning win over Illinois State.
The Tigers won both games of a doubleheader against Le Moyne on Saturday at Taylor Stadium, taking the first game 7-4 and the second 4-2. They believe they have found a source of positive energy in moving the rambunctious group of relievers to the dugout.
After a knee injury last season, Missouri linebacker Donovan Bonner hadn’t put on his pads in nearly a year. But Saturday, he was working hard at the Tigers' spring practices.