Mizzou Sports

Missouri's Haith will cooperate with NCAA investigation of Miami

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.

Former booster tells Yahoo! he gave improper benefits to Miami athletes

Nevin Shapiro, who is now in prison for running $930 million Ponzi scheme, was a Miami booster between 2002 and 2010.

Missouri football team hunting for return man

A large group of players are competing to succeed Carl Gettis as the Missouri football team's punt returner.

Wives of Pinkel, Alden to host football clinic for women

Attendees will have brunch while watching a Missouri Tigers football practice.

UPDATE: Missouri left tackle out for season with knee injury

Senior offensive lineman Elvis Fisher is scheduled to have surgery on Tuesday to repair an injured tendon in his left knee.

Texas A&M president says future conference realignment still possible

Texas A&M President R. Bowen Loftin spoke Monday after receiving authority from the board of regents to take any action he deems necessary in terms of conference realignment.

Missouri offensive tackle Fisher injures knee

Missouri senior offensive tackle Elvis Fisher left practice with what coach Gary Pinkel characterized as a serious knee injury.

UPDATE: Missouri AD Mike Alden denies SEC move

ESPN reported Saturday that Missouri, Florida State and Clemson were "likely to follow" Texas A&M to the SEC.

Missouri football team has clear starting running back in Kendial Lawrence

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.

Missouri's middle linebackers look to bounce back

Luke Lambert and Will Ebner are battling for a starting position, they but aren't letting that get in the way of their friendship

Young receivers on Missouri football team strive to stand out

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.

Meetings fuel speculation that Texas A&M is leaving Big 12

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.

Missouri football team's practice grind put into perspective by Marine

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.

Sheldon Richardson joins Missouri's fall football camp

The former nationally heralded recruit made his first appearance at the Tigers' practice Thursday.

Missouri football defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson cleared to 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.

Missouri's Trey Barrow making transition from kicker to punter

The Moberly native is listed as No. 1 at punter on the Missouri football team's depth chart.

Costello returns as mentor to Missouri quarterbacks

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.

Missouri walk-on brings 'rock and roll' attitude to offensive line

Max Copeland might not be the face of the Missouri football team's offensive line, but he is one of its most prominent voices.

Fan Day with dad part of finding footing for recent military veteran

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.

Missouri football's Matt Hoch makes transition to other side of the trench

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.