Mizzou Football Head Coach Gary Pinkel is auctioning off his Nike visor to benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Columbia. The Mizzou visor was worn and autographed immediately following the inaugural Battle Line Rivalry game on November 28, during which Mizzou clinched the SEC East for the second straight year with a 21-14 win over
Mizzou Football (10-2, 7-1 SEC) scored 15 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to defeat the Arkansas Razorbacks 21-14 in the inaugural Battle Line Rivalry and claim its second consecutive SEC East title. It’s the fifth division title in eight seasons for Mizzou Football, tied for the highest total in the country in that span.
each home game in The ZOU, there are moments of pressure, anticipation, and happiness. However, during the final home game of every season, there is a bittersweet feeling for players and coaches alike as they send off the seniors into their last battle for ole Mizzou. When they run into The ZOU for the last
Mizzou Football (9-2 overall, 6-1 SEC) returns home this week after two straight road wins to play host to the Arkansas Razorbacks on Senior Day at The ZOU. Fans are encouraged to wear black to Friday’s contest for Mizzou’s annual Blackout Game. The game, officially deemed The Battle Line Rivalry presented by Shelter Insurance, will
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The newest edition of This Week in Mizzou Football will feature junior defensive end Shane Ray. Ray has established himself as one of the premier defensive ends in the country alongside teammate Markus Golden. Recently, Ray became the all-time leader in single-season sacks at Mizzou, passing the record of 11.5 set by Aldon Smith, a
Battle tested, war ready. That’s the motto of the Mizzou Football program, and this weekend, the team will take those exact words to heart in the Battle Line Rivalry against Arkansas. Mizzou will play its newest SEC rival for the right to stake its claim on the Missouri-Arkansas border in a fierce all-black Nike uniform
Football fans young and old have followed premier junior defensive end Shane Ray from the beginning. Recently, Ray broke the Mizzou record of single-season sacks, racking up 12 sacks and surpassing the record of 11.5 that NFL first-round pick and current San Francisco 49er Aldon Smith set in 2009 and Unanimous All-America Michael Sam matched
“The harder you work for something, the more it will mean to you.” Committed people aren’t meant to fit in with the crowd. In fact, they often prefer to be different. A committed individual has a goal that consumes their heart and mind to the point that what other people think is irrelevant to them.
Monday at 7 p.m., Head Coach Gary Pinkel sits down with Mike Kelly, the voice of Mizzou Tigers, for an hour-long segment called Tiger Talk. The popular sports radio talk show takes place in front of a live audience of Tiger fans in Buffalo Wild Wings in Columbia. During this week’s Tiger Talk, Pinkel and