Story by Marcus Wilkins Photos courtesy Mizzou Athletics Published Oct. 16, 2015 It’s Homecoming 2015 at the University of Missouri. In Faurot Field’s south end zone, smoke emanates from the tunnel’s maw as the stadium sound system rumbles the rafters. An undulating wall of rowdy Tigers, eager to run onto the gridiron, strains against the outstretched
RS Sophomore leads the SEC in tackles for loss COLUMBIA, Mo. – Mizzou Football’s Charles Harris has been added to the Chuck Bednarik Award Watch List, as announced by the Maxwell Football Club on Thursday. The original list was comprised of players based on their 2014 performance but Harris was one of 13 players identified by the Maxwell
Mizzou freshman averaged 47.8 yards per punt, including a career-long 61-yarder vs. Florida COLUMBIA, Mo. – Mizzou Football freshman punter Corey Fatony has been named Ray Guy Player of the Week following his tremendous performance against No. 11 Florida last Saturday, announced Tuesday (Oct. 13) by the Augusta Sports Council. The Ray Guy Player of the Week
The Difference Between Two Equally Talented Teams Is Leadership Observe Teams are always looking for an edge. You’ve seen it. A football team recruits new talent or develops new plays to beat a tough opponent. Hoping to improve their productivity, businesses invest in new technology. and companies fire their ad agencies and hire new ones
Brothers, Mauk earn spot on second team while Boehm and Hansbrough named third team COLUMBIA, Mo. – Mizzou Football had four standouts named All-SEC by the league’s 14 coaches, as announced by the Southeastern Conference office on Tuesday. Earning a spot on the All-SEC Second Team was LB Kentrell Brothers (Guthrie, Texas) and QB Maty Mauk (Kenton, Ohio) while
Mizzou Football Rookie Running Back Chase Abbington talks with his “big brother” Russell Hansbrough about his favorite animal, weekend activities and more after the last fall practice in the Dan Devine Indoor Facilities on Saturday, August 22, 2015 in Columbia, Mo. Follow #MIZCamp on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook for all the inside access during 2015 Fall Camp.
COLUMBIA, Mo. – During #MIZCamp on Wednesday morning at the Mizzou Athletics Training Complex (MATC), the defense led by new coordinator Barry Odom stood out, making numerous big plays and holding strong in various situations. The offense also showed big-play ability and was able to move the ball while simulating the final two minutes of a half. Below
Mizzou Football Quarterback Eddie Printz interviews his “little brother” Drew Lock to find out more about the rookie quarterback after fall camp practice in The ZOU on Monday, August 10, 2015 in Columbia, Mo. Follow #MIZCamp on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook for all the inside access during 2015 Fall Camp.