Mizzou Made Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Brad Smith scored his first touchdown of the season on Sunday. The 30-year-old recovered a fumble in the end zone to give Philadelphia a 7-0 lead over the San Francisco 49ers. Smith also helped the Eagles out in the passing game, catching a pass for 11 yards. Fellow Mizzou Made star
end Shane Ray’s latest performance, an eight-tackle, two-sack handling of the South Carolina Gamecocks, was impressive enough to earn Ray his second SEC award. The junior from Shawnee Mission, Kan., was named SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week for his performance in Mizzou’s 21-20 comeback win over South Carolina. Ray won his first SEC honor
Athletics Director Mike Alden joined Mike Kelly, the voice of the Tigers, for Tiger Talk on September 29. The show opened up with Kelly announcing that Mizzou defensive end Shane Ray was named the SEC Defensive Lineman Player of the Week. Through five games Ray has eight sacks and 11.5 tackles for loss. Then Mizzou
placekicker Andrew Baggett secured the extra point after running back Russell Hansbrough scored his third and final touchdown with 1:36 left on the clock to lead Mizzou Football to a 21-20 victory over South Carolina at Williams-Brice Stadium in the third annual Mayor’s Cup. With the win, Mizzou Football (4-1, 1-0 SEC) sits atop the
Mizzou fans, distance is not an issue when it comes to cheering on the Tigers. Mizzou Football’s first SEC game of the season was in a different Columbia this year, but that didn’t stop fans from packing their bags and tailgating in Gamecock country. There were fans from all walks of life who made their
#91 Sheldon Richardson – New York Jets Defensive Tackle – Sunday, 12:00, FOX #99 C.J. Mosley – Detroit Lions Defensive Tackle – Sunday, 12:00, FOX #48 Beau Brinkley – Tennessee Titans Long Snapper – Sunday, 12:00, CBS #50 Zaviar Gooden – Tennessee Titans Linebacker – Sunday, 12:00, CBS #56 Jacquies Smith – Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defensive End – Sunday, 12:00, FOX #94 Kony Ealy – Carolina Panthers
Senior defensive lineman Matt Hoch has been chosen as a semi-finalist for The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame’s 2014 William V. Campbell Trophy. The trophy is awarded to the 16 best student-athletes in college football. The Harlan, Iowa native earned his degree in middle school education, boasting a 3.97 grade point average.
are countless phrases, cheers, songs, and slogans that encompass being a Mizzou Tiger. No matter if you’re an athlete, coach, or fan, the electricity of Mizzou spirit is alive. For Mizzou Football, being Mizzou Made means taking a proactive approach to ensure all student-athletes develop not only athletically, but socially, academically, and mentally as well.
Mizzou Football begins its SEC schedule in the Battle of Columbia on Saturday, as they head to Columbia, S.C., to take on the Gamecocks of South Carolina. Columbia, S.C., like Columbia, Mo., is located smack-dab in the middle of the state. There are seven cities named Columbia in the United States, but the two facing
Mizzou Football will face off against South Carolina in the Nike uniform combination of high-performance white Elite jerseys with black numbers and white pants on Saturday, September 27 in Columbia, South Carolina. There were over 1,200 entries in this week’s fan voting contest to predict Mizzou Football’s uniform for Saturday’s game. The helmet Mizzou Football