Academics

Training Champions for Life

MizzouMade is more than a simple phrase celebrating the efforts of past and present Mizzou student-athletes on the field. It’s a phrase that goes beyond the sidelines and embodies a culture of producing not only talented athletes, but also outstanding and prepared men and women. Mizzou student-athletes have developed a tradition of academic excellence, resulting in

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Mizzou Rookie Report: Nate Howard

Mizzou Football Rookie Defensive Lineman Nate Howard shares his thoughts on fall classes, DLineZOU, and being Mizzou Made with his “big brother” Charles Harris after the second fall camp scrimmage in The ZOU on Thursday, August 20, 2015 in Columbia, Mo.

Gary Pinkel on the Mizzou Family

“Each one of you had to sacrifice for this family. Each one of you had to go out and earn it. It was never going to be given to us. It’s that passion of a Missouri Tiger that causes our fans to fill The ZOU. That enthusiasm you bring to the games is what brings this

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Mizzou Athletics Posts Another Banner Year in the Classroom

COLUMBIA, Mo. – As the NCAA released its annual Academic Progress Rates (APR) on Wednesday, May 27, Mizzou once again found itself ranked among the SEC’s best as it continues to ‘Prepare Champions For Life.’ Mizzou posted four conference-best marks while ranking tied for second in average program APR among all 14 SEC schools. The

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Five MizzouMade Student-Athletes Continue Academic Success

Five MizzouMade football student-athletes will participate in the University of Missouri’s graduation ceremonies throughout the weekend of Friday, May 15 through Sunday, May 17. Mizzou’s student-athlete graduation success rate has been on the rise in the recent years. In the 2012-2013 year, and NCAA Academic Report announced Mizzou’s GSR for all sports at 84 percent ranking

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Mizzou Football Graduation

This weekend marked the culmination of four years of hard work for a number of Mizzou Football student-athletes as 11 seniors walked across the graduation stage to collect their diplomas. Graduation is a special time for all students, and it is especially meaningful to the members of the Mizzou Football family. The Tigers come from

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Matt Hoch Named Semi-Finalist for William V. Campbell Trophy

Senior defensive lineman Matt Hoch has been chosen as a semi-finalist for The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame’s 2014 William V. Campbell Trophy. The trophy is awarded to the 16 best student-athletes in college football. The Harlan, Iowa native earned his degree in middle school education, boasting a 3.97 grade point average.

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Mitch Morse Nominated for NCAA 2014 Senior CLASS Award

Senior offensive lineman Mitch Morse is much more than just a productive football player on the field. Thanks to his exceptional performance in the classroom and volunteer work in the community, Morse is a candidate for the NCAA 2014 Senior CLASS Award. The Austin, Texas, native earned his bachelor’s degree in hospitality management here at

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Mizzou Freshmen Pep Rally

With Mizzou’s season opener just 9 days away, Head Coach Gary Pinkel had a few words of wisdom to pass along to the incoming freshmen on Thursday at the Campus Picnic and Spirit Rally. “I encourage you to make sure you put everything into this and get committed to a lot of different things here,”

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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,

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