Mizzou Made: Where Are They Now?

After graduation and the NFL, members of the Mizzou Football Family spread out across the country to take the next step in their careers. Find out what these Mizzou Made student-athletes are up to now:   Jaron Baston: Defensive lineman from 2005-2009 He played in the NFL for one season with the Detroit Lions following his Mizzou career. Today,

Mizzou Ranks in NCAA’s APR Top Ten for Second Straight Year

Fresh off of an SEC Conference Division Title and 12-2 record—tied for the best record in the Coach Pinkel era—the Mizzou Football Family was ranked in the top 10 percent for Academic Progress Rate (APR) by the NCAA for the second year running, proving they mean business in the classroom as well.  Mizzou is the

Mizzou Lands 26 on SEC Honor Roll

Several Mizzou players were honored by the Southeastern Conference on the academic end of their student-athlete responsibilities.           The following players were named to the SEC Honor Roll, and are listed with their major: Michael Brennan – Business Administration Christian Brinser – Middle School Education Justin Britt – General Studies Brayden

Mizzou’s Matt Hoch Earns Academic All-America

Tiger defensive lineman earns Capital One Second Team Academic All-America recognition COLUMBIA, Mo. – Mizzou Football junior defensive lineman Matt Hoch (Harlan, Iowa) has been recognized to the 2013 Capital One Academic All-America team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). A second team honoree, Hoch has compiled an outstanding 3.96

Coach Pinkel Welcomes Freshmen to Mizzou

We’ve covered in the past how Mizzou Football makes great accommodations to make sure their freshman are adjusting to college life as comfortably as possible. However, Coach Pinkel doesn’t stop at just the football players. Coach was part of a giant pep rally including cheerleaders, Golden Girls, food and Truman the Tiger to welcome the

NCAA President Mark Emmert Commends Coach Pinkel’s Program on Academic Success

Our main priority on the Mizzou Football Team is to develop our student-athletes into “whole men” and focus especially hard on prioritizing constant dedication to academic excellence. News of our academic success came recently in wake of the NCAA’s recent APR scores. When we meet our goals and live up to our high academic standards,