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Missouri Tiger cornerback Kip Edwards spoke to ShowMeMizzou.com about a variety of issues including his health and his and fellow defensive backs play this season and what they are working on to get better.
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Most of you are likely familiar with renowned author Malcolm Gladwell’s theory of the “tipping point.” In essence, it states that a swell of small acts over the course of time, in the same direction, will lead to a momentous event.
If Missouri departs the Big 12, as has been rumored lately, will the tipping point be reached for the conference, leading to its dissolution...
Missouri Tiger’s senior leadership just took a big blow with the loss of Laurence Bowers for the season. According to Missouri Head Coach Frank Haith, Bowers tore his ACL. Haith isn’t exactly having a dream start to his Missouri Coaching debut is he? He began by hearing Tiger fan’s say who the hell is Frank [...]
(Eds: With AP Photos.) T.J. Moe led Missouri in receptions last year and remains the same go-to guy with a new quarterback, even if the numbers haven't been quite so prolific.
The shifty junior has 23 catches in the first four games for the Tigers, who return from a week off to play at No. 20 Kansas State on Saturday. He had a season-best seven catches for 119 yards in a loss...
With a senior dominated team this year, Missouri has had to bring in verbal commitments from incoming recruits for next year, with both quantity and quality necessary. The Tigers landed their fifth 2012 commitment today, securing 6′-7″ wing Negus Webster-Chan, a native of Canada that is playing at Huntington Prep (WV) to finish high school.
Some will remember that Webster-Chan...
Laurence Bowers, Missouri's senior forward, has torn an ACL in one of his knees and won't play this season.
University of Missouri senior guard Marcus Denmon was named to the Preseason All-Big 12 Team, the league announced on Thursday. Additionally, junior Ricardo Ratliffe and senior Laurence Bowers were preseason honorable mentions selections, although Bowers will miss the upcoming season after suffering a knee injury earlier in the week.
MANHATTAN, Kan. - One third of the way through the season already and the Wildcats are undefeated. Surpassing expectations, Coach Snyder has the Missouri Tigers in his sights....
On Saturday (2:30 P.M., ABC), the Missouri Tigers (2-2, 0-1) travel to Manhattan to take on the #20/#21 Kansas State Wildcats (4-0,1-0). We preview the Tigers heading into the game.
MANHATTAN, Kan. - Riding the momentum of heart-stopping thrilling wins over Miami and Baylor, K-State goes back to work against the Missouri Tigers Saturday in a 2:30 start at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. The Wildcats will be looking for their first 5-0 start to the overall season, and 2-0 start to the Big 12 year, since 2000.