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.
Former reserves Golden and Ray embracing starting roles while paving way for younger players.
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.
The St. Louis Rams cut their roster to 75 players, and three of the four former Missouri players stayed with the team.
According to coach Gary Pinkel, it's been a few years since the opening game coincided with the first week of classes.
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.
The Seattle Seahawks released their latest depth chart Tuesday, and former Missouri offensive lineman Justin Britt is atop the list at right tackle.
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.
You have until midnight Wednesday to enter to win two free tickets to Saturday's game against South Dakota State.
Eddie Printz has been named the backup quarterback, and versatile senior Marcus Murphy is listed at multiple positions.
"The grind" of fall camp behind them, some of the Tigers will reward themselves with rest, food and footwear.
Sunday's episode of ESPN "Outside the Lines" brings up allegations that MU mishandled sexual assault accusations against a former athlete by failing to conduct a Title IX investigation.
The Tigers need their tunes to get up for those early morning practices. Here's a sampling of Missouri's fall camp soundtrack — and a quick story about the behind-the-scenes deejay who keeps the music playing.
Loftin apologized on behalf of the university, though he said there "does not appear to be an intentional mishandling of any of the cases in the report at this time."
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.