Found March 18, 2013 on STLSportsMinute:
The University of Missouri is known for several things. Traditionally, Mizzou is known for having one of the best Journalism schools in the entire country and for starting the Homecoming tradition. Most recently in athletics, Mizzou is known for leaving the Big 12 for the SEC and unfortunately, for getting bounced by No. 15 seed Norfolk State in last year's NCAA Tournament. The Tigers are once again apart of the 68-team field in this year's NCAA Tournament, this time as a No. 9 seed. Mizzou is set to face-off against Colorado State in a second round Midwest regional match-up on Thursday in Lexington, Kentucky. Since Mizzou was selected to the field of 68 again this year, the school may now be known for something else. The University of Missouri may have the coolest alumnus of all-time. In a ranking done by of the 68 NCAA Tournament teams with the coolest alumni, or people who simply attended the school, Mizzou was ranked at the top thanks to the incredibly handsom...

Haith waiting for Missouri roster to click

ST. LOUIS (AP) All season, Missouri has flashed potential for making a being a dangerous team in March. And alternately stumbled. There is a reason the Tigers are a No. 9 seed in the Midwest Regional. Coach Frank Haith has had to integrate a group of transfers into the system. Leading rebounder Alex Oriakhi (Connecticut) and guard Keion Bell (Pepperdine), who led the team in scoring...

Missouri Spring Practice Report 3-19-13

On Tuesday afternoon, the Missouri Tigers resumed spring practice indoors in full pads. Enthusiasm continued to run high as the Tigers work to get better before spring break.

Pendleton Very Pleased With Missouri Visit

The Missouri Tigers had their third unofficial visitor from Lee's Summit (MO) West high school stop by springe practice in two days, as this time 2014 OL target Kevin Pendleton dropped in to check out the Tigers.

Mauk Enjoying The Competition

With spring football underway for the Missouri Tigers and the quarterback competition supposedly wide open, gets the view of red-shirt freshman QB Maty Mauk on things.

Tigers Hoping For Big Spring From Brantley

With the Missouri Tigers losing a future first round NFL draft pick from their defensive tackle position, the search is on this spring for a suitable replacement to take his place. Red-shirt freshman Harold Brantley is working to be the one.
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