Posted 11:25 AM 4/25/2013
KANSAS CITY - Arrowhead Stadium will play host to the 2013 Missouri Classic football game between the Grambling State University Tigers and the Lincoln University Blue Tigers on Saturday, September 14 at 4:30 p.m., marking the 13th consecutive year that Arrowhead will host at least one NCAA (More)
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Posted 1:10 PM 4/24/2013 by Associated Press
KANSAS CITY (AP) - The Kansas City Chiefs are expected to buck the trend in the NFL draft Thursday night.
Quarterbacks have gone first overall the past four years, but most people believe there isn't one available worthy of the selection. So the Chiefs may opt for an offensive tackle, even (More)
Posted 12:12 PM 4/24/2013 by Ashley Colley
COLUMBIA -- The battle of Missouri starting quarterback is heading to fall camp. On Wednesday during the Southeastern Conference Coaches Teleconference, head coach Gary Pinkel addressed the sprint ball competition at the QB position.
"I think the order always matters at every spot. (More)
Posted 9:48 AM 4/22/2013 by Associated Press
ST. LOUIS (AP) - The pricey Robert Griffin III trade was worth it to the Washington Redskins. The St. Louis Rams consider themselves the real winners in the deal, and they're not done getting paid off.
The Rams gave up the second overall pick in 2012 to move down just four spots. In (More)
Posted 9:10 PM 4/21/2013 by Megan Rice
COLUMBIA- Six-foot and 315-pound A.J. Logan is one of the biggest Missouri Football signee's this year. A.J. Logan is a a former Rock Bridge Defensive Lineman and a future Freshman for the Missouri Tiger football team."Yeah, I always knew I wanted to go to Mizzou," Logan said. "There (More)
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Posted 8:30 PM 4/21/2013 by Associated Press
COLUMBIA (AP) - Missouri quarterback James Franklin, who struggled with injuries and ineffectiveness his junior season, will have to beat out two challengers for the job in fall practice.
Coach Gary Pinkel said after the annual Black and Gold game Saturday that he'd announce a pecking (More)
Posted 9:34 AM 4/20/2013 by Associated Press
COLUMBIA (AP) - Missouri coach Gary Pinkel isn't giving any clues about the competition to start at quarterback this fall.
Returning starter James Franklin began spring camp March 12 atop the depth chart, but Corbin Berkstresser and Maty Mauk have also taken snaps with the top offense (More)
Posted 3:31 PM 4/19/2013 by Associated Press
KANSAS CITY (AP) - The Kansas City Chiefs have had ongoing discussions with Branden Albert while also giving the Miami Dolphins permission to speak with representatives of the left tackle.
General manager John Dorsey said Friday the Chiefs haven't talked to the Dolphins the last couple (More)
Posted 3:29 PM 4/19/2013 by Associated Press
CHICAGO (AP) - Loyola of Chicago made it official on Friday, saying they will move from the Horizon League to the Missouri Valley Conference in a switch aimed at generating more interest for the school and starting up new rivalries for its teams.
The Ramblers will begin competing in the (More)
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Posted 12:17 PM 4/19/2013 by Associated Press
ATLANTA (AP) - Atlanta Falcons safety William Moore is expected to be released from jail Friday following his arrest on a misdemeanor simple battery charge.
Fulton County sheriff's spokeswoman Tracy Flanagan says Moore was granted a $2,500 bond during his first appearance before a Fulton (More)
Posted 9:46 PM 4/18/2013 by Ashley Colley
COLUMBIA -- Former Missouri safety William Moore was arrested and charged for simple battery in Fulton County, Georgia on Thursday. According to public records, Moore is currently still being held in Fulton County Jail with no bond set.
In Fulton County, a conviction for simple domestic (More)
Posted 8:51 PM 4/18/2013 by Peter Terpstra
JEFFERSON CITY - Chris Verslues hasn't stepped on the field at Adkins Stadium since October.
At least, not as a football player. Verslues said he played football since third grade, and then track and field in the spring.
Verslues said the memories as a Jay football player outweigh (More)
Day two of the NCAA West Preliminary Round began with a six-hour delay as torrential rain and lightning strikes quickly forced a retreat into the neighboring football stadium. The competition must go on, however, and the Tigers responded well to the unexpected turn of events after the 8:00 p.m. restart....
Mizzou / Washington Game 2: Post-Game Notes
On a cool late-spring afternoon at University Field, Missouri Tiger softball came just short of the program's seventh Women's College World Series, losing to the Washington Huskies, 1-0, in game two of their NCAA Super Regional matchup. The loss, which brings the Tiger's season to a close, was in large...
Post game quotes from game one of the NCAA Columbia Super Regional. Washington 2, Missouri 1.