Ten starters return on defense for the Missouri football team.
Doshia Woods comes from Oregon State to be recruiting coordinator for the Missouri women’s basketball team.
There’s only one position in the secondary that doesn’t have a returning starter from 2007 atop the depth chart in the spring. That’s because free safety William Moore needed surgery after an injury in the Cotton Bowl and won’t be able to reclaim his position until the fall.
The injury is one of several Alexander has suffered over the course of his career with the Missouri football team.
Hopes for a potential change of venue in the wrongful death suit of Aaron O’Neal have been halted, at least temporarily, after a Boone County Circuit Court Judge ruled the foundation for the move to be “vague, overbroad and burdensome,” according to Missouri Case.net.
Once a quiet, reserved redshirt freshman, Sulak has matured into the talkative, outgoing mouthpiece of the Missouri defensive line. The senior end has 25 career starts, the most of any in a unit that includes three seniors (Sulak, Tommy Chavis and Jaysen Corbett). Over his career, Sulak has added 25 pounds to his frame, and last season, he recorded 60 tackles and six quarterback sacks.
The battle for the center position between Tim Barnes and J.T. Beasley heats up as spring football continues.
In high school, Chad Collard starred for Harrisburg in basketball, but never played football. Now, though, he is findng success on the Missouri football team after walking-on and refusing to turning his back on his dreams.
Every game day, Kleiza gets to slip the baby blue Nuggets jersey over his head. He gets to swish 3-pointers that bring 18,000 fans to their feet. This season, Kleiza is finally silencing the doubters that he has had at every point on his journey.
Jason Townson still has opportunities to make his case.
Coach Gary Pinkel announced the dismissal of sophomore reserve linebacker Marquis Booker from the Missouri football team following the squad’s fourth spring practice Tuesday at Dan Devine Pavilion.
When fans saw the last of this year’s Missouri men's basketball team last week, they might have seen the last of junior forward Leo Lyons.
Sophomore linebacker Marquis Booker was arrested on suspicion of unlawful use of a weapon and violation of Columbia’s underage liquor laws.
After Thursday’s 61-56 loss to Nebraska in the opening round of the Big 12 tournament, the CBI is the only tournament that would likely be calling on the MU men's basketball team on Selection Sunday.
It wasn’t that Nebraska played great or even that Missouri played poorly. The game was close throughout, and bad possessions for the Tigers piled up in a first-round loss Thursday in the Big 12 men's basketball tournament.
The loss gives Missouri the most losses in a season in the history of the program.
A vocal crowd helps add energy for men's basketball team.
Tigers will meet Texas A&M Wednesday.