Sunday, Oct. 18- 12:00 p.m. Chase Daniel #10- Kansas City Chiefs Quarterback Jeremy Maclin #19- Kansas City Chiefs Wide Receiver Mitch Morse #61- Kansas City Chiefs Offensive Lineman Markus Golden #44- Arizona Cardinals Linebacker Sean Weatherspoon #55- Arizona Cardinals Linebacker Sheldon Richardson #91- New York Jets Shane Ray #56- Denver Broncos Linebacker Ziggy Hood #92- Jacksonville Jaguars Defensive Lineman C.J. Mosley #94- Miami Dolphins Defensive
Story by Marcus Wilkins Photos courtesy Mizzou Athletics Published Oct. 16, 2015 It’s Homecoming 2015 at the University of Missouri. In Faurot Field’s south end zone, smoke emanates from the tunnel’s maw as the stadium sound system rumbles the rafters. An undulating wall of rowdy Tigers, eager to run onto the gridiron, strains against the outstretched
City of Columbia to provide free bus service on Nov. 5th and free downtown parking after 4 p.m. The University of Missouri Department of Athletics is preparing for its Nov. 5thThursday night game against Mississippi State. It will mark the first Thursday night home game for Mizzou since 2009 (Nebraska), and only the third in program history
Mizzou Made Tigers Chase Daniel and Jeremy Maclin join forces again with the Kansas City Chiefs and try to relive some of their top moments now in the NFL. For all the latest on Mizzou Football, follow the team on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
RS Sophomore leads the SEC in tackles for loss COLUMBIA, Mo. – Mizzou Football’s Charles Harris has been added to the Chuck Bednarik Award Watch List, as announced by the Maxwell Football Club on Thursday. The original list was comprised of players based on their 2014 performance but Harris was one of 13 players identified by the Maxwell
Head Coach Gary Pinkel sat down with the voice of Mizzou Tigers, Mike Kelly, at Buffalo Wild Wings on Monday, October 12 in Columbia, Missouri for Tiger Talk. This week’s segment featured Mizzou Football Senior Running Back Russell Hansbrough and Sophomore Defensive Lineman Charles Harris.
Mizzou freshman averaged 47.8 yards per punt, including a career-long 61-yarder vs. Florida COLUMBIA, Mo. – Mizzou Football freshman punter Corey Fatony has been named Ray Guy Player of the Week following his tremendous performance against No. 11 Florida last Saturday, announced Tuesday (Oct. 13) by the Augusta Sports Council. The Ray Guy Player of the Week
Sunday, Oct. 11- 12:00 p.m. Chase Daniel #10- Kansas City Chiefs Quarterback Jeremy Maclin #19- Kansas City Chiefs Wide Receiver Mitch Morse #61- Kansas City Chiefs Offensive Lineman Justin Britt #68- Seattle Seahawks Offensive Lineman William Moore #25- Atlanta Falcons Safety Jacquies Smith #56- Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defensive Lineman Marcus Murphy #23- New Orleans Running Back Tim Barnes #61- St. Louis Rams Offensive Lineman