Missouri football held its final scrimmage of fall camp Thursday. The team plays Aug. 30 in Columbia against South Dakota State.
Derrick Washington, a former Missouri football player, was removed from the team in 2010 after allegations of sexual assault.
No Tigers made the first team, but junior center Evan Boehm and senior defensive end Markus Golden earned second-team All-SEC honors. Kicker Andrew Baggett was a third-team All-SEC selection.
MU Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin accepted coach Gary Pinkel's Ice Bucket Challenge Wednesday after the team's practice. Loftin was doused with a bucket of ice water by captains Bud Sasser and Mitch Morse.
With Jimmie Hunt's senior season set to begin, the top-of-the-depth-chart wide receiver is once again battling an injury.
The changes resulted from recommendations made by a working group approved by SEC athletic directors in June 2012 to review attendance trends.
On Monday, Missouri muddled through an "OK" practice, in the words of head coach Gary Pinkel. At the start of the final week of fall camp, there is a sense of urgency.
Seven other SEC teams were ranked in the top 25, more than any other conference. Among SEC teams ranked in the top 25, Missouri's No. 24 ranking is the lowest.
Last year's all-purpose yards leader has been playing as a slot receiver during fall camp, but he played exclusively as a running back during Saturday's scrimmage.
A.J. Ricker stayed devoted to Missouri's football in its "rough years" as a consistent member of the offensive line. Now, having secured a long-desired coaching job during the team's high time, he wants to help continue building the program.
For residents in the mid-Missouri area, the network will be included in the family cable package that already contains ESPN, ESPN2 and other networks. Customers can find the network on channel 51 in standard definition and 734 for high definition.
Aarion Penton and fellow teammates continue practice on the gridiron in Columbia while keeping in touch with family and friends in Ferguson, a north St. Louis suburb that has been the site of multiple protests this week.
Dave Steckel and his wife like to make friendly wagers, such as the one about whether the associate head coach and defensive defense coordinator could reach 1,000 Twitter followers. On the line was who had to take their new puppy, Champ, out in the mornings.
Missouri will host fans at Memorial Stadium for a screening of "The Blind Side" on Aug. 29 — the night before the Tigers open their football season against South Dakota State.
Corbin Berkstresser and Eddie Printz are in competition to back up starting quarterback Maty Mauk.
Sterling was a fixture when Missouri basketball played in the Hearnes Center. He waved a black and gold scarf from his seat near the basket while opposing players took free throws in the hope of distracting them.
The Tigers defense put on a show in the first scrimmage of fall camp to beat the offense 14-12. The defensive line was batting down balls and the secondary was making pass catchers pay — with some big hits.
The cable provider Mediacom is still in negotiations with ESPN over a contract to carry the 24-hour network, which will showcase the conference's athletics with live events, analysis and plenty of game replays. Each of the SEC's football teams will have at least one game on the station, including Missouri's Sept. 13 home contest against Central Florida.
The Missouri quarterbacks coach has been to every fan day since 1996. He is a Missouri lifer and has no plans to leave the school he and his wife attended.
The NCAA wants clarification on two points in a California judge's ruling in the landmark Ed O'Bannon case.