"Just like everything we’ve dealt with this year," Odom said, "you go with truth and honesty and facts."
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Missouri's sanctions that were upheld by the NCAA's appeal process have ramifications beyond Columbia. MU's outside counsel in the appeal, Mike Glazier, discussed them with the Missourian.
The bowl ban made official by the NCAA on Tuesday will cause more problems for an athletic department already in the red.
DeMarkus Acy is day-to-day with a hamstring injury, and where Derek Dooley will be on Friday.
Fans decried the difference in punishment between Mizzou and North Carolina and commented on what they saw as the athletics department's long string of bad luck.
A former charity, headquartered in Columbia, was found guilty of breaking federal sanctions and funneling money to Iraq from 1991 to 2003. The group was found guilty by a federal court on Thursday.
Can Rex Tillerson adjust his loyalties to the nation instead of ExxonMobil?
STATE COLLEGE, Pennsylvania— Not everybody is happy after the NCAA agreed to restore football wins it had stripped from Penn State and Joe Pat…