The Price of a Champion

“A champion pays an extra price to be better than anyone else.” – Bear Bryant The Mizzou Football program has a very clear objective when it comes to making decisions: win in the classroom and win on the field. The program has four main approaches to winning a football game. Protect the football – “It’s

Mizzou Spring Practice: Offensive Line

Mizzou offensive line will bring an extra level of experience and leadership to the Mizzou Football squad this season. This experience should help the Tigers when they kick off their season September 5th in The ZOU. The o-line’s experience will be crucial to the Mizzou Football family on and off the field. One example of

Mizzou Football Spring Scrimmage #1

was a beautiful day for football at Mizzou’s first scrimmage of the spring, and the defense was ready to get after it. Mizzou defensive lineman Charles Harris picked up the first of a few turnovers for the defense as he picked off quarterback Eddie Printz pressed up against the goal line and walked in for

Mizzou Football Spring Practice: Russell Hansbrough

href=”” target=”_blank”>Russell Hansbrough, a 5-9, 195-pound tailback from Arlington, Texas, heads into spring football as Mizzou’s returning lead rusher and hopes to make a statement in 2015 after an impressive 2014 season. His 1,084 total yards in 2014 was among the best in the SEC while having a couple of monster individual performances along the

Mizzou Football Approach to Proper Attitude

“What you can do is often simply a matter of what you will do.” –Norton Juster  The above quote represents the Mizzou Football approach to all things in life. It’s about having the proper attitude on and off the field. We each have a choice: to approach life as a creator or a critic, a