During one of the practices at the Senior Bowl former MU wide receiver Danario Alexander landed strangely. The result was a piece of chipped cartilage and a trip to a Miami surgeon for the fourth operation he’s had on his left knee in less than three years.
Four former Missouri football stars, now playing in the NFL, attended the annual Spring game on Saturday.
Senior tailback Derrick Washington made sure he could back up his smack talk by scoring a touchdown late in the first half.
The linebacker was a top performer at his position in several drills.
In his first season with the Philadelphia Eagles, former Missouri wide receiver Jeremy Maclin caught 55 passes for 762 yards and four touchdowns in the regular season.
Despite three seasons as one of the nation's best college kickers, including two that earned him All-Big 12 honors, former MU kicker Jeff Wolfert has earned tryouts with just three NFL teams and is struggling to find a job as a kicker at the professional level.
A student group that suggested recruitment of a live tiger for MU football games has muted its enthusiasm.
Rivals.com ranked Missouri's recruiting class 21st in the nation, the highest the team has been ranked by the site since earning the No. 24 spot in 2008.
Smith is on the Pro Bowl roster for the first time in his nine-year career.
Jim Johnson, remembered as a defensive genius during his NFL coaching career, will be posthumously inducted into the University of Missouri Intercollegiate Athletics Hall of Fame on Friday night for his career as a quarterback and safety during what many would call the golden age of Missouri football.
Football fans clashed online over the weekend in a verbal brawl about conflicting band performances after the Texas Bowl.
Brad Smith rushes for 92 yards in the team's season finale.
Navy held the ball against Missouri for more than 40 of 60 minutes of game time Thursday in the Texas Bowl. That meant long stretches of work for the Missouri defense and equally long stretches of waiting for the offense.
The Midshipmen had the ball for more than 40 minutes Thursday in their 35-13 victory aginast the Tigers in the Texas Bowl in Houston.
Marching Mizzou prevented the Navy Drum and Bugle Corps members from playing their alma mater.
We're not the classiest bunch here at the 10 things, but we respect our country's armed forces and everything they do. Does that mean we can't have one last bit of fun?
Navy had the ball for more than double Missouri's time of possession.
Tammy Kaufhold is one of nearly 200 residents of Friendswood, Texas, that have made the trip to Houston to support native son and Missouri linebacker Will Ebner. Along with a few friends she was responsible for a massive tailgate designed to provide a warm Texas welcome to the parents and families of the Missouri players.