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Mizzou Athletics Update

Dear Tiger Fans; I hope this email finds you healthy and safe. To say that this is a unique time in intercollegiate athletics would be a massive understatement, as the last four months have been unpredictable, and have often brought more questions than answers. Often times meeting at least twice a week since college sports

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Mizzou Athletics goes mobile

Mizzou Athletics is excited to announce that ticketing for home football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball games will fully transition to a digital system starting this fall. The new model stresses the importance of safety, ease and convenience as the Mobile Entry procedures will cut down on hand-to-hand contact, limit time spent entering Mizzou’s venues

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Mizzou Golf lands grad transfer Kesterson

Mizzou Men’s Golf bolstered its 2020-21 roster with the signing of graduate transfer Walker Kesterson on Monday. Kesterson, an Ashland, Mo., native returns to his home state after four years at Southern Miss. He was granted a waiver for an additional fifth year of eligibility by the NCAA after COVID-19 cut his senior campaign short

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Missouri’s losing streak stretches to four games

It was another tough week for the Missouri men’s basketball team, a refrain that is getting all-too-familiar yet again. The Tigers suffered a brutal 66-64 home loss to Texas A&M on Tuesday, and then were routed 74-51 at West Virginia on Saturday in the Big 12-SEC challenge.  Missouri (9-10, 1-5 in SEC through Sunday) lost

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Missouri’s offense takes off against Florida

Sometimes, even when you know college basketball is a wild and unpredictable sport, it can still surprise you. That was the case Saturday night, when Missouri’s otherwise languishing offense exploded for 91 points in a 91-75 home win over Florida. The Tigers (9-6, 1-2 in SEC play through Sunday) had not been a particularly good

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Missouri earns Braggin’ Rights with win over Illinois

It’s another year of Braggin’ Rights for the Missouri Tigers. Missouri churned out a 63-56 win over Illinois in a defense-dominated Braggin’ Rights game, the two schools’ annual December matchup in St. Louis.  The victory made it back-to-back wins for Missouri in holiday series, and it was the best win of the season so far

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Missouri heads to STL for braggin’ rights game Saturday

Missouri men’s basketball has had an up-and-down start to the season as they head into their anticipated Braggin’ Rights game with Illinois Saturday (noon on SEC Network), the annual holiday season barometer of how the Tigers are looking. The annual neutral-site game with the Illini at Enterprise Center in St. Louis features a lively atmosphere

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Mizzou football coach hired

After a busy week of coaching search news, Missouri hired Eliah Drinkwitz to be its next head football coach.  It’s always exciting when your team hires a new coach, but Drinkwitz, 36, is a relatively new and young head coach who brings a lot of potential. He is far from a proven commodity, but he

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Football lands All-District honors

The Central Missouri All-District football players for Class 3 were announced last week. Southern Boone High School landed six players on the list. First team honorees are Senior Tristan John at running back. John had 1,733 rushing yards on 182 carries, 112 receiving yards and 25 touchdowns for the season. First team defense lineman honors

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