Several Missouri football players, including T.J. Moe, Munir Prince and Blaine Gabbert, will begin their Missouri football careers close to home in front of family and friends.
Former Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel completed 8 of 16 passes for 85 yards and a touchdown Thursday night in the Washington Redskins' preseason loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, but he also gave up a key fumble.
The secondary for the Missouri football team has been practicing being loud in practice to make sure they can communicate with one another at the Edward Jones Dome.
Despite losing their season opener to Missouri for the past two seasons in St. Louis, members of the Illinois football team are upset that the neutral site game won't continue past next season.
A Washington Post writer likes what Chase Daniel has done with the Washington Redskins in the preseason so far.
Highly-touted wide receiver Terry Hawthorne is proving that he can play on the other side of the line.
When asked how Missouri football will handle a big game environment to open its season, Tigers coach Gary Pinkel said he emphasizes the value of preparation to help younger players succeed.
Missouri players face the media in preparation for the season-opener against Illinois on Saturday in St. Louis.
Gilbert Moye, a sophomore, was placed at safety when he first arrived at MU. This summer, coaches asked if he would switch from safety to running back. Moye, who played quarterback in high school, said he's excited about his new responsibility.
Freshman quarterback's second arrest results in his dismissal from the Missouri football team.
Gahn McGaffie played both quarterback and wide receiver in high school, and hopes staying healthy will give him a better chance of moving up the depth chart at the receiver position for Missouri.
Rain moved the final Missouri football scrimmage of the fall indoors Thursday. While there wasn't a final score, the Missouri pass rush stood out over the course of the day.
After spraining a ligament in his left knee last week, sophomore offensive tackle Dan Hoch is working to regain his starting role as well as the chemistry he's developed with his fellow linemen.
Andrew Jones, a tight end on the Missouri football team, is using fishing as a way to motivate freshman wide receiever T.J. Moe to perform well in practice.
Andrew Gachkar, who missed spring practice last season to have surgery for a blood clot, is at the top of the depth chart for the MU football team.
There was an obvious increase in intensity and urgency for the Missouri football team in the first practice after the start of classes, a familiar sign that the season's opener is drawing near.
Dan Hoch, slated to be the starting right tackle for the Tigers, sprained his left knee during practice last Tuesday. Coaches hope he is healthy soon, but they moved players around to see which lineups work best in case he isn't ready for the season opener.
After playing quarterback in high school, Moe is adjusting to playing a new position and recovering from an injury.
After living with senior captain Sean Weatherspoon over the summer, freshman Donovan Bonner has shown improvement on the field.
Gabbert’s ability to use his arm strength to fit the ball into tight windows, combined with his ability to make deep throws, opens up nearly every possible route for Missouri offensive coordinator David Yost.