Month: August 2013
After a 58-14 victory to kick off the 2013 season, Mizzou Football Head Coach Gary Pinkel gives the game ball to running back Henry Josey. After coming back from a severe knee injury, Josey carried the ball 13 times for 113 yards and one touchdown in his return to The ZOU.
ESPN.com ranked the top 100 offensive and defensive players over the last 10 days, and the top 10 on each side of the ball were released today. Four Mizzouri Tigers made the list in total, all on the defensive side of the ball: Aldon Smith (10), Justin Smith (11), Sean Weatherspoon (86) and William Moore
THE GAME Missouri looks to improved to 2-0 all time against Murray State when the Tigers face the Racers in their season opener on Saturday evening at Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field. In its second season in the Southeastern Conference – wildly regarded as the best in college football – the Tigers are attempting to bounce back
Download as wallpaper Every game week on Thursdays at 6:00pm, GaryPinkel.com will release the uniform combination for the upcoming game. It is tradition for the Mizzou Football Senior Class to choose what the team will wear throughout the season. The Tigers will run out of the tunnel in The ZOU on August 31, 2013 wearing
Senior quarterback James Franklin has looked very comfortable in his recently announced starting role. Part of the improvements Franklin has made are his focus on being more vocal. Franklin spent last year and this summer working on those skills, and with the help of his teammates’ encouragement he has become more confident as a leader.
The Mizzou Football experience will be markedly different from last year, both on and off the field. On the field, junior running back Henry Josey returns from a season he spent rehabbing a knee injury that kept him on the sidelines. While Josey was working and rehabbing to improve his game, Memorial Stadium was improving
Leadership is crucial for any team, program or organization to be successful. Many young players don’t fully understand what it takes to be an effective captain or leader, and that’s why Missouri Football Head Coach Gary Pinkel entrusts his seniors with that responsibility. “The seniors are kind of sacred here,” Pinkel says. When you become