17 first-half points are all the Tigers needed in a 17-10 Mayor’s Cup win against the Gamecocks.
In this year’s Mayor’s Cup showdown, nobody quite knows what to expect.
MU replaces in-person commencement with virtual celebration due to safety concerns, generating criticism about large football games
MU decided that it is not safe to have an in-person commencement for graduates in December. The decision generated criticism about the university’s choice to allow fans in the stadium at football games.
The Tigers began their march toward the first game against Central Arkansas on Sept. 5.
Drinkwitz won the Sun Belt Championship at Appalachian State in 2019.
The team was introduced to its new coach Monday night.
A meeting at a North Carolina hotel brought in the Tigers’ new leader
Drinkwitz’s arrival comes after one season coaching Appalachian State.
Drinkwitz coached Appalachian State to a 12-1 season this year.
The Tigers have lost two commits with more seemingly imminent.
Missouri’s athletic department lost nearly 10% of its revenue in the past week.
Sterk emphasized the importance of confidentiality as Missouri looks for new football coach.
Connor Bazelak made the start at quarterback for the Tigers, but Taylor Powell finished the game.
On Tuesday, the pair gave an impassioned joint press conference expressing their dismay with the NCAA’s decision on Missouri’s appeal.
All sanctions for the football, softball and baseball teams were upheld following Missouri’s appeal.
The Tigers came closer than they did in previous weeks, but it wasn’t enough in the 24-20 loss.
Running back Tyler Badie leads the Tigers in receptions.
The graduate transfer is Missouri’s leading receiver with 410 yards.
The Tigers have failed to find the endzone in nine straight quarters.
The Tigers held Florida to 56 rushing yards and allowed two touchdowns.