Posted April 16, 2013 on
On Tuesday, the Missouri Tigers practiced indoors for about two hours. This was their final practice in full pads prior to this Saturday’s Spring Football Game.
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Former Missouri men's basketball guard Negus Webster-Chan has committed to play basketball at the University of Hawaii, according to report by the Honolulu Star Advertiser.
Webster-Chan, a 6-foot-7 reserve who recently finished his first season at Missouri, said his reasons for transferring from Mizzou included a desire for more playing time and a wish to be closer to his home...
The Missouri Tigers will be among the teams that will be getting a good look from one of the top big athletes in the South who will likely wind up playing defensive line in college, but is athletic enough to be given a shot on offense.
With the departure of junior point guard Phil Pressey, Missouri has an opening for another ball handler. ShowMeMizzou.com gets the latest from an upcoming weekend visitor who could play in the Tigers back court next year.