Backup QB Trent Hosick decides to transfer

Redshirt freshman quarterback Trent Hosick has decided to transfer from the Missouri football program, team spokesman Chad Moller said Monday. ShowMeMizzou.com first reported the news. "First and most importantly, I would like to thank MIZZOU for giving me the opportunity," Hosick said in a tweeted message Monday night. "A scholarship for the chance to pursue a lifelong...
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3 in the Kee: More snapshots from the Mizzou Black and Gold game

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- It was more about snapshots than statistics, really. Running back Morgan Steward lowering his shoulder and de-cleating a defender during a 12-yard run on third down. Punter Christian Brinser dropping a punt to end the first half that rolled all the way to the opposing 1-yard line. Walk-on wideout Gavin Otte adjusting in the air on a ball that had been held up in...
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Photo: Missouri’s Cotton Bowl Victory, SEC East Champions Rings Have Arrived

Missouri’s second season in the Southeastern Conference was one to remember. The Tigers went 12-2, made an appearance in the SEC Championship game, earned a berth to the Cotton Bowl, and won it, defeating Oklahoma State, 42-31.  The Tigers’ players and staff are getting rings for their memorable season. It appears they have arrived.  Finally it’s here, 2014 Cotton Bowl Ring...
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Frank Haith notified Missouri AD of accepting Tulsa job via text message

Frank Haith left the Missouri Tigers after three seasons to take the head coaching job with the Tulsa Golden Hurricane yesterday in a move that came as a rather large surprise. The even bigger surprise came today when it was revealed just how he notified Missouri athletic director Mike Alden that he was leaving for another job. Talk about having no respect for your athletic director...
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Mizzou basketball: Hilarious quotes surrounding Frank Haith's departure to Tulsa

Friday was yet another interesting day for the Missouri Tigers athletic department.One week after dismissing its top wide receiver from the football team, booting a transfer center before he ever played a game for the basketball team and having an investigative report conclude that the school should have done more in an investigation surrounding the rape and suicide of a female swimmer...
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Missouri's Frank Haith has emerged as a serious candidate at Tulsa

Tulsa's ongoing search to replace Danny Manning is now centered on Missouri coach Frank Haith, multiple sources told CBSSports.com on Thursday. "Frank is looking for a way out of Missouri," one source said. "This might be it." Haith just finished his third season at Missouri by missing the NCAA Tournament with a team talented enough to make it, and Mizzou...
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No locks among Mizzou, SLU pro prospects, but Clarkson and Brown should be drafted

ST. LOUIS -- The days when the NBA Draft was about taking the best college players are long gone. That the No. 1 pick could be Andrew Wiggins is the latest example. The NBA can overlook the fact he barely showed up for the biggest game of his career at Kansas because of his All-Star upside. I mention this to bring some perspective to the breakdown you're about to read regarding...
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3 in the Kee: These three Tigers will have extra pressure to step up with DGB out

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Some things are bigger than football, amen and absolutely. But there's still football at the University of Missouri, and right now that football team has a big ol' hole where No. 15 used to be. And a set of Southeastern Conference dance partners who are off in the corners and the shadows, cracking their respective knuckles, and cackling about how payback...
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Missouri Coach Gary Pinkel And Tigers Players Comment On Dismissed Dorial Green-Beckham

Dorial Green-Beckham, perhaps the best wide receiver in college football, was dismissed from the Missouri football program Friday. The 21-year-old was involved in an off-campus incident last weekend, and while he won’t be charged, some ugly details began to emerge late in the week.  Saturday, during the Tigers’ spring game, coach Gary Pinkel and several Missouri players offered...
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Mizzou dismisses Dorial Green-Beckham from team after latest brush with the law

ST. LOUIS -- The Tigers have had enough of DGB. The University of Missouri announced Friday afternoon that wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham has been kicked off the football team. The school announced the decision was made by coach Gary Pinkel in conjunction with athletics director Mike Alden. "This decision was made with the best interests of all involved in mind," Pinkel...
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Haith kicks Price off Missouri team

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith has kicked forward Zach Price off the team, ending his career with the Tigers before it began. Price, a transfer from Louisville who wasn't eligible to play until next season, was arrested twice last week on four counts of suspicion of assault. Another Missouri player, Earnest Ross, filed a petition in Boone County Circuit...
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Pinkel reels in a big one as four-star QB Drew Lock gives verbal to Mizzou

Gary Pinkel is reaping the early benefits on the recruiting trail of the Mizzou football team's breakthrough season last fall. With the announcement that Lee's Summit quarterback Drew Lock verbally committed to the Tigers, Pinkel's program added its third four-star prospect in just eight days. That's a significant development for Missouri, a program that has not had...
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4-star RB Natereace Strong commits to Missouri Tigers

The Missouri Tigers have landed their share of play makers over the last few seasons. That became obvious last season when the Tigers posted a 12-2 record and won the SEC East Championship. They landed another on Tuesday when 4-star running back Natereace Strong gave his pledge to the Tigers. “The bond they have as a family, and the coaches who are honest and look after you...
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Mauk becoming more comfortable as Missouri QB

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Walking to practice one day this spring, Maty Mauk let his mind wander. The Missouri quarterback thought about the "little things" that have changed in the first few practices of his second season playing with the Tigers, such as throwing a pass before a receiver cuts across the field, rather than after. "The speed of the game went way down for me...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Missouri basketball player Zach Price arrested twice in one day

Most people never get arrested in their lifetimes. However, the same cannot be said for Missouri Tigers basketball player Zach Price, who was reportedly arrested twice in one day.The Louisville transfer was reportedly arrested early Thursday morning on suspicion of assault and domestic abuse. By Thursday evening, Price found himself behind bars yet again.From the Columbia Tribune...
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