Mike Alden, MU's athletics director, discussed Frank Haith for the first time Wednesday at a kickoff party for Missouri football boosters. When asked if he supports Haith, Alden replied, "We support the NCAA process."
After an injury derailed his season last year, Donovan Bonner used his time on the sidelines to get ahead as a linebacker. Now he has the chance to prove it on the field.
With the temperatures in the 90s and humidity making things even more miserable, the Missouri football team held a relatively light practice Wednesday.
Teammates call redshirt freshman cornerback Xavier Smith the "Swag King." He has the upbeat personality and sense of humor to warrant the nickname.
With the season opener a little more than a week away, the MU football team is working on its final preparations for the 2011 season.
As the Tigers begin their final 10 days of practice before the season starts, some players are trying to make one last effort to move up, or stay atop, the depth chart.
In a email statement released Saturday, MU Chancellor Brady Deaton clarified his comments on the vetting process of new Missouri men's basketball coach Frank Haith, who has come under NCAA investigation.
The Tigers' practices are meticulously planned to maximize the team's use of its practice time.
The drill looks scary. The hits are hard, the hits are loud and no evasive maneuvers are allowed by the players getting tackled.
The controversy surrounding MU's head basketball coach has journalists and fans talking. We put together some links to help you navigate the conversations.
The freshman from Huntsville, Mo., could have played professional baseball but instead chose to play college football.
Classmates give him funny looks. Teammates give him a hard time. But Tony Randolph stays in shape by eating healthy wherever he goes.
New Missouri men's basketball coach Frank Haith, who was the head coach at Miami for the past seven seasons before being hired by Missouri in April, was accused of NCAA violations Tuesday in a Yahoo Sports report about numerous problems at Miami.
Ruth, a man of diverse interests and traits, replaces Tim Barnes at center.
Of the Missouri safeties, Kenji Jackson is the lone senior. With many young players in his unit, Jackson is leading by example.
A university-sponsored tailgating program has been revamped to encourage attendance.
Missouri men's basketball coach Frank Haith was the head coach at Miami for the past seven seasons before being hired by the Tigers in April.
Nevin Shapiro, who is now in prison for running $930 million Ponzi scheme, was a Miami booster between 2002 and 2010.
A large group of players are competing to succeed Carl Gettis as the Missouri football team's punt returner.
Attendees will have brunch while watching a Missouri Tigers football practice.