Mizzou returns to The ZOU for the annual Tiger Stripe game in all black uniforms to take on the University of Connecticut at 11:00am on ESPN. Check the Tiger Stripe map to find out what your section is wearing for the game.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY ANTHONY JINSON Lessons From the Field By Brandon Hoops of Columbia Business Times Chase Patton, 29, joined the Tigers seven years after Rowe and experienced similar trepidation when his hopes for playing quarterback in the NFL didn’t pan out after graduation. “The first year was really weird,” Patton says. “Sports was such a big
Head Coach Gary Pinkel sat down with the voice of Mizzou Tigers, Mike Kelly, at Buffalo Wild Wings on Monday, September 14 in Columbia, Missouri for Tiger Talk. This week’s segment also featured Mizzou Football Junior Tight End Sean Culkin and Mizzou Football Junior Defensive Back Aarion Penton.
All-SEC LB recorded 16 tackles and a pair of fourth-quarter interceptions last week COLUMBIA, Mo. –Mizzou Football senior LB Kentrell Brothers has been named Southeastern Conference Defensive Player of the Week, as announced by the league office on Monday. An All-SEC performer last season, Brothers lived up to that billing on Saturday at Arkansas State. He tallied
Sunday, September 13 – 12:00 Chase Daniel – Kansas City Chiefs Quarterback #10 Mitch Morse – Kansas City Chiefs Offensive Lineman #61 Jeremy Maclin – Kansas City Chiefs Wide Receiver #19 Kony Ealy – Carolina Panthers Defensive Lineman #94 Tim Barnes – St. Louis Rams Offensive Lineman #61 Justin Britt – Seattle Seahawks Offensive Lineman #68
JONESBORO, Ark. – Mizzou Football (2-0) earned a hard-fought 27-20 victory at Arkansas State (0-2) on Saturday evening at Centennial Bank Stadium. Mizzou was paced by LB Kentrell Brothers, who tied a career-high with 16 tackles for the second straight week to go along with two fourth-quarter interceptions. QB Maty Mauk threw three touchdown passes in the win. The
Mizzou Football Senior Linebacker Clarence Green reveals the Nike uniform combination for the Tigers’ first road game in the 2015 season. If you can’t make it to Jonesboro to wear gold and yell “MIZ!” follow Mizzou Football on twitter, instagram, Facebook and Snapchat (MizzouMade) while watching the game on ESPN3.
Be sure to check the map to see which color your section should wear! After Mizzou Football fans successfully honored last year’s Homecoming theme of ‘Celebrating Our Stripes’ and successfully Tiger Striped Memorial Stadium, Gary Pinkel is encouraging fans to do the same this season against UConn on Sept. 19. The Tigers host the Huskies at
PHOTOGRAPHY COURTSEY OF BRYAN VENEY Former Missouri football player Max Copeland stars in independent horror film By Aaron Reiss of Columbia Missourian COLUMBIA — Max Copeland looked like himself, which made him the perfect serial killer. The former Missouri offensive lineman known for his outrageous personality could soon be known as Roman Garbi, or “Hack-man,” in
Head Coach Gary Pinkel sat down with the voice of Mizzou Tigers, Mike Kelly, at Buffalo Wild Wings on Monday, September 7 in Columbia, Missouri for Tiger Talk. This week’s segment also featured Mizzou Junior Defensive Lineman Rickey Hatley and Mizzou Senior Running Back Tyler Hunt.