Quarterback Blaine Gabbert threw for 236 yards and two touchdowns in the Missouri football team's final spring scrimmage Saturday.
The offense beat the defense 60-54 Saturday in the Missouri football first scrimmage of spring practice Saturday.
Since breaking a bone in his foot during the Alamo Bowl, Chase Coffman has missed three chances to work out for NFL scouts. Come draft day, he'll have to hope his production while playing for Missouri will be enough for a team to choose him.
The University of Missouri System and its insurer will pay $2 million to the parents of Aaron O'Neal and establish a $250,000 scholarship endowment fund in his memory as part of the settlement of the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the parents against employees of MU's athletic department.
The University of Missouri System will pay $2 million to the parents of Aaron O'Neal and establish a $250,000 annual scholarship endowment fund in his memory. The settlement concludes a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the parents against employees of MU's athletic department.
Dave Steckel has coached the linebackers under Gary Pinkel for eight seasons. He replaces Matt Eberflus, who left to become an assistant coach with the Cleveland Browns last month.
Rather than rely on impressive numbers from last month's combine, former Tigers player Ziggy Hood did everything he could at Thursday's MU Pro Day to make his wait shorter on NFL Draft Day in late April.
With football's growing number of offensive and defensive schemes, scouts have a lot of questions about each Missouri player’s ability to transition to the professional game.
The Cleveland Browns hired Missouri defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus as linebackers coach on Sunday.
Texas Tech receiver tries to offset concern of the stress fracture in his left foot.
The Missouri football team has filled a hole in its 2009 schedule, agreeing to host Furman of the Football Championship Subdivision on Sept. 19.
The changes give Missouri two more nationally televised games at the beginning of the season.
St. Louis' Sheldon Richardson, the nation's No. 4 overall recruit, decided to stay in-state and chose Missouri over several other top football programs.
MU placekicker and former diver Jeff Wolfert will be returning to dive for the Tigers at the 2009 Big 12 Conference meet.
Daniel, who is currently preparing for April NFL draft, did not previously disclose the injury.
The Tigers will look to build on program's success in 2009.