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MU Football

Missouri to host 'Flick on Faurot' for fans

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.

Backup quarterbacks still neck and neck after Missouri football scrimmage

Corbin Berkstresser and Eddie Printz are in competition to back up starting quarterback Maty Mauk.  

Carl Edwards and Jim Sterling featured in SEC Network's Missouri football video

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.

 

Missouri football's defense on display in first scrimmage

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.

SEC Network to launch Thursday with or without Mediacom

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.

Andy Hill sees himself as a Tiger for life

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. 

NCAA seeks clarification in O'Bannon ruling

The NCAA wants clarification on two points in a California judge's ruling in the landmark Ed O'Bannon case.

Several Missouri football players will miss first scrimmage

As Week 2 of camp begins, a total of eight Tigers are nursing injuries that will keep them out of Missouri's first scrimmage on Tuesday.

Gary Pinkel enters the brave new world of selfies

Gary Pinkel is used to getting his picture taken with his first-year players. But what unfolded at Missouri football's Fan Appreciation Day has the head coach starting to feel his age. 

Missouri football parking passes sold out

The Tiger Scholarship Fund received a record number of requests for parking passes this season, some of which it will not be able to fill.

 

Missouri Football Fan Day guide: 6 things to know

If you're heading to Memorial Stadium for Missouri football's Fan Appreciation Day on Sunday, here are some stories you might hear people talking about.

Cool weather brings mixed feelings for Missouri football

Missouri football experienced cooler than usual temperatures during its first week of camp. Missouri coach Gary Pinkel said he feels it doesn't prepare his team for in-game conditions. 

Darius White praises God and Mack Brown

Senior wide receiver Darius White is thankful to be sitting atop the depth chart heading into the season, an accomplishment he credits to God — with a nod to Mack Brown.

Missouri football jumps into first padded practice

The Missouri football team started Friday's practice with a rendition of Sugarhill Gang's "Jump On It." They wouldn't have the energy to jump after practice, though, as the team played in pads for the first time this fall. 

NCAA board hands 5 biggest conferences more power

The biggest schools in college sports are about to get a chance to make their own rules.

Indoor practices keep Tigers on their toes

On Thursday, rain forced the Tigers inside for their fourth practice of fall camp. In tighter confines, players had to keep their heads on a swivel, and Missouri assistant coaches explained the differences of practicing indoors.

Shane Ray busts a move at fall football camp

It's a safe bet that opposing quarterbacks would rather meet Ray on the dance floor, rather than the backfield. Still, Ray and the Tigers' other defensive linemen will show off their moves Thursday, when they perform their song and dance for the team.

Ball drills allow Missouri football's defense to show off hands in practice

Missouri linebackers, such as Kentrell Brothers, warm up by catching footballs. The ball drills reinforce the team's commitment to forcing turnovers. 

Missouri football's Maty Mauk hungry for improvement

The starting quarterback lost weight over the summer but says he feels as fast as he did in high school. Mauk will be expected to lead Missouri's young group of receiver's this season. 

Missouri football opens fall camp with 4 new captains

The Missouri football team chose four new captains Monday. Each brings a different set of experiences to the table. 



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