Missouri and Connecticut finalized a deal Thursday to play a home-and-home football series between the programs.
COLUMBIA — The Missouri athletic department announced Thursday a multi-million renovation plan for Mizzou Arena.
Here's a preview of SEC football games scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 18, and Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014.
COLUMBIA — At the end of Missouri’s first offensive drive Saturday against Central Florida, quarterback Maty Mauk spun away from UCF tackle Jaryl Mamea, who broke through the left side of the Missouri line.
A pair of Missouri freshman basketball players have been suspended from team activities after being arrested early Sunday morning in Columbia.
Missouri’s starting defensive tackles Markus Golden and Shane Ray have been getting plenty of attention this year as an up-and-coming duo to be reckoned with in the Southeastern Conference.
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel began Monday’s media day by announcing suspended receiver Levi Copelin had been dismissed from the program.
Six-foot-4, 335-pound defensive tackle Josh Augusta is the biggest player on the Missouri football team. Saturday, he was also the most talked-about.
In 2012, Missouri recruited Stephenson High School quarterback Justin Holman out of Georgia. But ultimately, he decided to play for Central Florida. On Saturday, the sophomore quarterback got plenty familiar with Faurot Field, as the Tigers sacked Holman six times en route to a 38-10 victory against UCF.
Maty Mauk threw four touchdown passes, two each to Jimmie Hunt and Bud Sasser, and passed for 144 yards to lead No. 20 Missouri past Central Florida 38-10 on Saturday.
Central Florida might not be a Power 5 team, but last season the Knights did something Missouri never could when it reached, and won, a Bowl Championship Series game.
The Missouri football team handled Toledo fairly easily on Saturday, winning 49-24. But whenever the Rockets threatened to make a game of it, Bud Sasser was there to make sure they didn’t.
He had already rushed for 1,000 yards. He had returned three punts for a touchdown — and two kickoffs, to boot.
Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk was named the Southeastern Conference offensive player of the week Monday, following his five-touchdown, 325-yard performance against Toledo on Saturday.
When Maty Mauk threw his first interception of the season in the first quarter of Saturday’s game at Toledo, he was lucky to have Bud Sasser, who ran down Jordan Haden and stripped the ball out and back into Missouri’s possession.