Beckner Jr. is the highest ESPN-ranked football recruit to sign with Missouri.
With the signing of Terry Beckner Jr., the crown jewel of the Class of 2015 fell into place. By the time National Signing Day ended, Beckner Jr. was one of 23 recruits Missouri had inked. ESPN ranked the group 18th nationally, while Rivals.com placed it 27th.
Scholarships for specialists in the kicking game are on the rise, and Missouri is taking notice. A year after awarding Christian Brinser a scholarship, coach Gary Pinkel on Wednesday signed five-star punter Corey Fatonyout of Nashville.
Franklin Agbasimere had never played a down before he left Lagos, Nigeria, to play football in Montverde, Florida. The outside linebacker is a member of the 2015 Missouri football recruiting class.
Ryan Walters, 29, coached Memphis' cornerbacks last season. He would take over for Alex Grinch, who left Missouri last month to take the defensive coordinator job at Washington State.
The last time Missouri basketball lost eight in a row, coach Kim Anderson was a freshman playing at Missouri.
Since switching conferences, Missouri football has shifted its recruiting focus east, to Georgia and Florida, instead of Texas.
Missouri Athletics provided videos of each signee for the 2015 class. Here's a look at the future Tigers on film.
Coach Gary Pinkel signed seven offensive weapons to surround incoming freshman Drew Lock, Missouri's quarterback in waiting, and starter Maty Mauk.
As new commits come in for schools across the Southeastern Conference, rankings for classes and conferences will keep on changing. Check out 247Sports.com's team rankings, which will adjust across the day according to new letters of intent.
Beckner was the St. Louis Post-Dispatch's All-Metro Football Defensive Player of the Year.
Both the Tigers and the Tide will roll into Wednesday night's matchup looking to snap out of losing funks.
Both games will take place in Columbia, one on Sept. 10, 2016, and the other on Sept. 26, 2020.
Despite coming back from a large deficit in the second half, the Missouri women's basketball team fell 74-65 to LSU in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Monday.
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The most read stories this week include the return of the CoMo Derby Dames and a look into how and why drugs are prescribed to Missouri foster children.
Missouri baseball has four freshman pitchers all 6-foot-5 or taller.
Other photos from this week include a lecture from civil rights activist Myrlie Evers-Williams, Missouri wrestling and a robotics competition for adolescent programmers.
Coach Kim Anderson withheld Tramaine Isabell from action because of his behavior toward coaches and teammates.
Missouri came out strong to extend its dual meet win streak to 22 matches dating back to last season. The Tigers picked up six major-decision wins on the night.
Missouri athletics director Mike Alden became a divisive character because of his myriad successes and failings.