The scene in Columbia is a calm one just 24 hours after Sam's announcement in comparison to the virtual social media firestorm that is still ongoing.
Basketball coach Frank Haith said he applauds Sam and the football team's leadership.
Bragman focuses on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual public relations issues and events.
State Sen. Scott Sifton, a St. Louis Democrat, said Monday that lawmakers should use Sam's announcement as a rallying cry to pass anti-discrimination legislation.
After coming out as gay to his teammates in August, Sam announced his sexuality publicly on Sunday. He is attempting to become the first openly gay player to be drafted in the NFL.
Missouri defensive end Michael Sam spoke with the Columbia Missourian on Sunday night about how he came to a decision to announce publicly he is gay.
The former Missouri defensive end will participate in the NFL Scouting Combine later this month.
Former NFL player Wade Davis and soccer player Robbie Rogers, both gay, chime in on Michael Sam's announcement.
When do you out a college football player? Not when you know.
Michael Sam's announcement creates pride and inspiration within Columbia's LGBT community
Several people shared their thoughts with the Missourian about Michael Sam's announcement that he is gay.
Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel is pleased with his latest recruiting class — and perhaps with good reason.
Missouri's successful 2013 season wasn't reflected in the recruiting rankings, but coach Gary Pinkel isn't worried.
Gary Pinkel's recruiting classes average 31st in the nation. The class of 2014 is ranked 35th.
As of Monday evening, the Missouri Tigers had 27 committed new players for next season. Click on our interactive map to see the name, hometown and high school of each of Missouri's new players.
Four-star prospect Andy Bauer chose Missouri over Ole Miss.
Thousands of high school football players made their decision on which institution they will call home for the foreseeable future. But some of these soon-to-be student-athletes chose not to attend Missouri.
Missouri's recruiting prowess has the attention of the rest of the Southeastern Conference and could cause a bit of drama Wednesday.
Two men arrested with the Missouri wide receiver have told police the estimated 1 pound of marijuana found in their car did not belong to the star football player.
Five football recruits began classes on Tuesday in order to participate in spring football. The recruits hope that the additional practice time will help them better grasp the Tigers' system and give them an edge over other incoming players.