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Mizzou Sports

Missouri football commit Drew Lock excited to play under Columbia lights

The Missouri-bound quarterback, now a senior at Lee's Summit High School, will make a visit to Columbia as his team takes on Hickman High School on Friday night.

Missouri quarterback Eddie Printz remembers Auburn tight end Lutzenkirchen

Philip Lutzenkirchen, who died in a single-car accident earlier this year, went to same high school and was a role model for Missouri quarterback Eddie Printz

Missouri adds Doug Gillis to softball coaching staff

Doug Gillis, a former Team USA softball pitcher, will be an assistant coach for Missouri starting this upcoming season.

Sasser's "Tremendous hands, big body" carrying heavy load for Tigers

Bud Sasser is known for his great hands and "big body," and he'll be shouldering a hefty load leading the Tigers' new-look receiving corps.

8 things MU students are thinking but the football team is tweeting

Thirty minutes spent wanting around looking for a classroom? Check. Read more first-week-of-school posts from football players.

Arkansas State won't move home game against Missouri to St. Louis in 2015

The St. Louis Sports Commission had asked Arkansas State to move its home game in the second week of September 2015 to the city's Busch Stadium.

Missouri adds former athlete to gymnastics coaching staff

Adrianne Perry was named volunteer assistant coach of Missouri's gymnastics team. Perry won a total of 70 combined event and all-around titles with the Tigers. 

Missouri volleyball restructures lineup in preparation to defend conference title

With the loss of standout setter Molly Kreklow, Missouri looks to shuffle around the lineup and stoke internal competition in the process.

Former Bruins Mark Pickerel, Freeman Simmons come home for season opener

Former Rock Bridge players Mark Pickerel and Freeman Simmons, who now play for South Dakota State, are looking forward to setting foot on Faurot Field.

Missouri football to face 'most boring team in America' in South Dakota State

South Dakota State coach John Stiegelmeier may view his team and his coaching style as humdrum, but he had some interesting things to say ahead of the Jackrabbits' game against the Tigers.

Missouri football counting on deep D-line

Former reserves Golden and Ray embracing starting roles while paving way for younger players.

Public gets sneak peek of Memorial Stadium renovations

The Missouri athletic department opened the doors to the newly-renovated Memorial Stadium, which is now home to outdoor loge seating, suites, a new upper deck and other amenities.

 

Rams cut T.J. Moe, leave Michael Sam, Tim Barnes, E.J. Gaines

The St. Louis Rams cut their roster to 75 players, and three of the four former Missouri players stayed with the team.

Missouri football: 5 things to note at the start of opening week

According to coach Gary Pinkel, it's been a few years since the opening game coincided with the first week of classes.

MU to debut game day taxi stand

The stand will be located south of Memorial Stadium on the north side of Champions Drive near the entrance of Lot G. The stand will be enforced from 8 a.m. until one hour after games.

Former Missouri basketball player Zach Price transfers to Winthrop

The senior forward's eligibility for the 2014-15 season is pending an NCAA waiver, according to a statement from Winthrop.

Former Tiger Justin Britt takes over starting spot for Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks released their latest depth chart Tuesday, and former Missouri offensive lineman Justin Britt is atop the list at right tackle.

Umpire conferences, instant replay among rule changes coming in 2015 for NCAA baseball

 The rule changes varied from allowing of umpires to conference over a catch in the outfield to requiring all schools to paint their foul poles fluorescent yellow.

 

Austyn Carta-Samuels traveled a long road to Columbia, but not alone

Vanderbilt's former starting quarterback will serve as a graduate assistant for the Tigers' upcoming season. He hopes to be a coach one day, and he carries the lessons he learned from his grandfather with him.

Post-practice discussion part of sexual assault reporting conversation at MU

Missouri football team annually holds a discussion about sexual assault. Defensive backs coach Cornell Ford "handles" sexual assault education "every year in August" with the team, head coach Gary Pinkel said.



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