Missouri has received plenty of benefits since joining the Southeastern Conference, but the league's newest member has been beneficial in the forming of the new SEC ESPN Network.
The SEC network will produce 1,000 live events each year, including 450 televised on the network and 550 distributed digitally.
Several former Missouri football players have found spots with NFL teams as undrafted free agents after the conclusion of this year's NFL Draft.
Missouri's Sheldon Richardson was picked 13th to the New York Jets in the first round of the NFL draft but the decision has been met with some criticism.
Sheldon Richardson made 75 tackles in the 2012 season, best among all SEC interior defensive linemen. The Jets selected him with the 13th overall pick.
With the help of his mother, Jared McGriff-Culver is coming to grips with the reality that his football career might be over after this weekend.
Missouri's defense dominated the final scrimmage of the spring, but that wasn't enough to excite the 18,384 fans in attendance.
James Franklin appears to be the favorite for the starting quarterback job after Maty Mauk's poor performance at Missouri football's annual Black & Gold game.
Like last spring, there are many changes for the Tigers, but there are more questions than answers. Key positions for the Missouri football team are in flux.
Atlanta Falcons safety William Moore, a former standout for the Missouri football team, was arrested Thursday. No details of the arrest were immediately available.
Richardson, a junior college transfer from St. Louis, said he spent his two seasons at Mizzou "getting my mind right."
Zaviar Gooden enjoyed going through the process with his family, including his cousin and former Tiger cornerback Kip Edwards, who is also preparing for the NFL Draft.
Patriots, Rams, Chiefs, Packers, Seahawks, Steelers, 49ers — the logos were all there, printed on polo shirts and athletic caps of the various NFL scouts.
Zaviar Gooden ran the fastest 40-yard dash of any linebacker, while T.J. Moe bench pressed 225 pounds 26 times, more than any other wide receiver. Defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson, a projected first-round pick, also worked out.
Sheldon Richardson displayed his usual jovial personality for the media Saturday at the NFL Scouting Combine.
T.J. Moe's statistics dropped off during his junior and senior seasons, leaving the Missouri wide receiver with something to prove at the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel is well aware that his program is behind the rest of the Southeastern Conference in recruiting class rankings. He just doesn't think it matters.
The Missouri athletics department released its 2013 recruiting class on Wednesday.
Brad Smith of the Buffalo Bills is excited to try something different and test his comfort zone with Men's Health Magazine.
On Wednesday, high school players around the country will sign their letters of intent to play college football. Coaches must evaluate more than just 40-yard dash times and tackling technique when they decide whether to offer a scholarship.