Mizzou’s 7-0 start has been a thrill ride for not only fans in Columbia, but for fans all over the world. One of those die-hard Tigers is Lieutenant Bronson Madero. Madero, a 2011 Missouri graduate, is currently stationed in Germany, but that hasn’t stopped him from following every step of the Tigers’ magical run. To
Redshirt freshman quarterback Maty Mauk threw for 295 yards and accounted for two touchdowns, one through the air and one on the ground, in his first career start to lead Mizzou to a 36-17 romp of Florida. Mauk, who started in place of the injured James Franklin, looked poised and comfortable from the get-go. On
Winning teams have players who make things happen. If a team isn’t intentionally fighting to move up, then it inevitably slides down. Playmakers are what we call get-it-done-and-then-some people. Intensity is what every playmaker brings to the table. The playmaker has fun stirring up the team, making things happen and doing whatever it takes consistently.
Freshman quarterback Maty Mauk and sophomore linebacker Kentrell Brothers sat down with us in this one-on-one interview session. We talked to Mauk about what he’s learning from James Franklin. He also shared with us who he stays in contact with back home for advice. Brothers shared some insights on his recent successes, and on why he
Michael Sam, Henry Josey and Andrew Baggett were outstanding in Mizzou’s 36-17 victory over Florida on Saturday, and as a result, all three earned national recognition for their performance. College Football Performance Awards, the largest awards organization in D-I College Football, has recognized Baggett as the National Specialist of the Week, while Sam and Josey