Watch #MizzouMade Players in the NFL Playoffs: Wild Card Round

Mizzou Made Carolina Panthers defensive end Kony Ealy will make his postseason debut at 3:25 p.m. Saturday on ESPN against the Arizona Cardinals. Ealy, a third-round selection by the Panthers in the 2014 NFL Draft, has racked up 12 tackles and a forced fumble in his rookie season. The Panthers earned a playoff berth after

Mizzou Made in the NFL: Week 17

Mizzou Made New York Jets defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson concluded his second NFL season on a strong note, recording three tackles and one sack during New York’s victory over the Miami Dolphins in Week 17. Richardson posted 66 tackles with eight sacks and one forced fumble while playing all 16 games this season. Richardson is now up to

Watch #MizzouMade Players in the NFL: Week 17

#33 Henry Josey – Minnesota Vikings Running Back — Sunday, 12:00, FOX #56 Jacquies Smith – Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defensive End – Sunday, 12:00, FOX #18 Jeremy Maclin – Philadelphia Eagles Wide Receiver – Sunday, 12:00, FOX #16 Brad Smith – Philadelphia Eagles Wide Receiver – Sunday, 12:00, FOX #92 Ziggy Hood – Jacksonville Jaguars Defensive End – Sunday, 12:00, FOX #88 Chase Coffman – Tennessee Titans

Mizzou Made in the NFL: Week 16

Mizzou Made Seattle Seahawks offensive lineman Justin Britt played a crucial role in Seattle’s 35-6 victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, December 21. Britt started at right tackle, as he’s done in every game this season, and helped the Seahawks overpower the Cardinals at the line of scrimmage. Seattle rushed for 267 yards and threw

Coffman, Daniel, Maclin To Enter Mizzou Athletics Hall of Fame

On February 6, 2015, six Mizzou Made athletes will be inducted into Mizzou’s Intercollegiate Athletics Hall of Fame, including three members of the Mizzou Football Family. This will represent the 25th induction class since the inception of the Hall in 1990. A special 25th year anniversary fits well with the star-studded inductees. The three Mizzou

Watch #MizzouMade in the NFL: Week 16

#92 Ziggy Hood – Jacksonville Jaguars Defensive End – Thursday, 7:25, NFL Network #88 Chase Coffman – Tennessee Titans Tight End – Thursday, 7:25, NFL Network #50 Zaviar Gooden – Tennessee Titans Linebacker – Thursday, 7:25, NFL Network #48 Beau Brinkley – Tennessee Titans Long Snapper – Thursday, 7:25, NFL Network #18 Jeremy Maclin – Philadelphia Eagles Wide Receiver – Saturday, 3:30, NFL Network #16

Mizzou Made in the NFL: Week 15

Mizzou Made Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin had yet another big game on Sunday, December 14, catching four balls for 98 yards during the Eagles’ 38-27 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. Maclin’s Week 15 numbers were good enough for 12th in the league among active receivers—despite catching only four balls—thanks to a solid 24.5-yard average.

Where Are They Now? James Franklin

At the end of the 2013 football season, the Mizzou Football Family said goodbye to many talented student-athletes, including starting quarterback James Franklin. Throughout his four years at Mizzou, Franklin made his mark as a premier quarterback for the Tigers. He had the opportunity to play for the team both in the Big 12 and

Shane Ray Named Walter Camp 1st-Team All-American

The Walter Camp Football Foundation announced on December 11 that junior defensive end Shane Ray has been named a 1st Team-All-American. The sack master has become the 34th All-American at Mizzou, and the eighth under Head Coach Gary Pinkel. Ray joins previous Tiger honorees Martin Rucker (TE, 2007), Jeremy Maclin (All-Purpose, 2007-2008), Chase Coffman (TE,

Watch #MizzouMade Players in the NFL: Week 15

#33 E.J. Gaines – St. Louis Rams Cornerback – Thursday, 7:25, NFL Network #61 Tim Barnes – St. Louis Rams Center – Thursday, 7:25, NFL Network #56 Jacquies Smith – Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defensive End – Sunday, 12:00, FOX #94 Kony Ealy – Carolina Panthers Defensive End — Sunday, 12:00, FOX #10 Chase Daniel – Kansas City Chiefs Quarterback – Sunday, 12:00, CBS