Football will charge onto Faurot Field for the first time this year in a stark black Nike uniform. Mizzou will face off with the Jackrabbits of South Dakota on August 30 in a primarily black jersey with gold tiger-stripe accents. The jersey is paired with black pants with a matching gold stripe down the side.
Mizzou Football is much more than scoring touchdowns, getting takeaways, or making field goals. It’s about building character. It’s about getting an education. It’s about being Mizzou Made. For the Mizzou Football Family, “Mizzou Made” means total player development. And now Mizzou Football wants to know—what does “Mizzou Made” mean to you? Starting August 30, look
“Coaches and players can say anything they want, but if they don’t back it up with performance and hard work, the talking doesn’t mean a thing.” –Michael Jordan You have probably heard the phrase “Actions speak louder than words.” This is a truth that applies to all areas of life, especially for a sports team.
College Colors Day celebrates school spirit by encouraging fans to wear their university apparel throughout the day once a year. On Friday, August 29, Mizzou Online is inviting all Mizzou fans to share a picture of themselves, pets, friends or family wearing their favorite black-and-gold apparel. One lucky fan will win the choice of a
Mizzou football student season tickets for the 2014 season are now sold out. This has made this season the second highest season ticket total in Mizzou’s history. A total of nearly 44,000 season tickets have been sold. Mizzou Athletics have made two improvements this year, which helped the purchase of season tickets. A print-at-home option
the days leading up to Mizzou’s season opener at home versus South Dakota state, senior tail back Marcus Murphy found a few moments in the midst of his preparations to reflect on a few matters of absolute importance to everyone associated with the program, whether it be player, coach or trainer. First up was the