Sean Weatherspoon to Host Youth Football Camp

Sean Weatherspoon, a Mizzou Made outside linebacker starting for the Atlanta Falcons, will host a youth football clinic June 6-7. The 6-foot-2 Weatherspoon, who hails from Jasper, Texas, was a Butkus Award Finalist and the Valero Alamo Bowl Defensive MVP in 2008, his third year at Mizzou. While playing for the Tigers, he compiled 376

Mizzou Made Tim Barnes To Host Second Annual Football Camp

The Tigers are well-known for giving back to the community that supported them during their time at Mizzou. And Tim Barnes is no exception.  The Longwood, Mo., native is hosting the Second Annual Tim Barnes Football Camp this summer, where he will pass on the football know-how and prowess that made him a star at

Mizzou To Play Arkansas on Black Friday

November 28—Black Friday—will bring Arkansas to town for the first time in 108 years, setting up a nationally televised meeting between two prestigious teams with illustrious histories. The last time these two squads squared off, Mizzou got the best of the Razorbacks, steamrolling them 38-7 in the 2008 Cotton Bowl. This win capped off the

SEC Future Football Schedule Rotation Announced

Next season, the Mizzou Tigers will play home games against Georgia, Kentucky, Vanderbilt and Arkansas, and go on the road to face Texas A&M, Florida, South Carolina and Tennessee. These opponents were confirmed Monday when The Southeastern Conference announced a 12-year rotation of non-division opponents for SEC football schedules from 2014-2025. The rotation will allow

Evan Boehm on Rimington Trophy Watch List

University of Missouri center Evan Boehm has been named to the 2014 Rimington Trophy Spring Watch List. The list includes 64 of the best centers in Division I football that are expected to play well during the 2014-2015 season. One athlete will be chosen as the winner and recognized next January. Boehm is a junior

Defining Missouri Persistence

“Pray for a good harvest, but keep on plowing,” – Anonymous Any average Joe can open a dictionary, sweep through its pages, and find the definition of “persistence.” But there is more meaning to the term than a dictionary can give you. “Persistence” is one of Mizzou Football’s most definitive words. It is the extra

Mizzou Ranks in NCAA’s APR Top Ten for Second Straight Year

Fresh off of an SEC Conference Division Title and 12-2 record—tied for the best record in the Coach Pinkel era—the Mizzou Football Family was ranked in the top 10 percent for Academic Progress Rate (APR) by the NCAA for the second year running, proving they mean business in the classroom as well.  Mizzou is the