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Video: Missouri Tight Ends Do The “Haka” Dance, Led By Redshirt Freshman Jason Reese

Missouri tight end Jason Reese is from Euless, Texas and Trinity High School, and apparently one of their traditions was doing the “Haka,” a war dance that comes from the Māori people of New Zealand, and is famously performed as a pregame ritual by New Zealand’s national rugby team. Reese taught the dance to his tight end group at Missouri today, and we really hope this...
Via College Spun
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

Tigers Hold Physical, Competitive Practice

On Thursday morning, the Missouri Tigers practiced in full pads for two-and-a-half hours on the Kadlec Athletic Fields.
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Missouri's Maty Mauk the next star quarterback in the SEC?

If Missouri center Evan Boehm had any doubts about the definition of a “gamer” he learned it by watching quarterback Maty Mauk.On Oct....
Via Athlon Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Missouri Tigers linemen twerk to 'Wiggle' during practice (VIDEO)

Here's something that might make you spit up your coffee: football players twerking during practice.The Missouri Tigers' offensive linemen broke it down to Jason Derulo and Snoop Dogg's hit "Wiggle." And some of the coaching staff got their Miley Cyrus moves down too.The rest of the team appeared to get a good laugh out of the shaking rear ends, but you might...
Via The Other Paper
7 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Missouri Tigers 'Jump On It' With a Little Line Dancing at Practice

For some positions the ability to really moves one's hips can be imperative to success on the field. Coaches at those positions probably go through drills all the time to work on that with their players, but chance are they do not do it like the Missouri Tigers did in practice Friday.But hey--part of winning is knowing how to celebrate, right?[MizzouFootball]   Loading...
Via FatManWriting
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Missouri Tigers Football Practice Was Life Imitating Art

This Missouri Tigers player had a rough go of it, when he was hit in the nuts by a football at practice.
Via Gamedayr
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Missouri Tigers Offensive Lineman Takes Football To the Nuts

This is easily the funniest nut shot I’ve ever seen. Missouri Tigers offensive lineman Evan Boehm was standing in a real bad spot during practice. One of the assistants even tried to get him to move before the snap so he could catch the ball, but it was too late. Utterly hysterical. [@TylerBoehm10] The post Missouri Tigers Offensive Lineman Takes Football To the Nuts appeared first...
Via Diehardsport
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Missouri’s Evan Boehm Unsuspectingly Nailed In The Crotch With A Football

Missouri junior offensive lineman Evan Boehm is not used to catching the ball behind center – he’s usually on the line, ready to block for the players behind him. Never was that more apparent than after watching him get hit in the crotch on a snap during Tigers practice. Check out this hilarious Vine, which was posted (we believe) by his brother, Tyler. For whatever reason...
Via College Spun
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Missouri Re-Releases Gary Pinkel Commercial From 2001

Missouri head coach Gary Pinkel, who many believed was on the hot seat just a year or two ago, seems to be firmly entrenched as the Tigers head man – especially after winning the SEC East in just the team’s second season in the league. Thursday, the school re-released a commercial – titled “Wake Up The Echoes” – that aired back when Pinkel was first hired in 2001. Perhaps...
Via College Spun
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Missouri teammate believes that Michael Sam ‘is not the same’ anymore

Former Missouri teammate, now Pittsburgh Steeler TE Eric Waters spoke about Michael Sam with The Pittsburgh Tribune. Waters, an undrafted free agent watched Michael Sam’s progression from the moment he informed the Missouri Tigers family that he was gay to formally announcing to the world of his sexual orientation before the NFL Draft.  Sam became the first openly gay player in...
Via NCAA Football Zone
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Missouri football is back in Show-Me mode again

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Just like last season, Missouri begins fall workouts way under the radar. The Tigers are coming off a 12-win season and SEC Eastern division title, but must replace numerous key players including NFL draft picks Kony Ealy, Justin Britt, E.J. Gaines and Michael Sam. James Franklin, a three-year starter at quarterback, and running back Henry Josey are among nine players...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Huntington Prep’s Montaque Gill-Caesar is Headed to Missouri in 2014

Huntington Prep wing Montaque Gill-Caesar has decided to re-classify to 2014 and enroll at the University of Missouri this fall. The 6’5″ Toronto native had been recruited by Kentucky and visited Lexington on numerous occasions. However, the interest on the Cats’ end waned as more players from last year’s team decided to return for 2014 than initially expected. Even if Gill...
Via Kentucky Recruits
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Missouri Tigers Lose Wide Receiver For the Season Due to Failed Drug Test

It has not been a stellar off-season for the Missouri Tigers wide receivers. First the group lost it's best player in Dorial Green-Beckham, but now the unit may have some depth issues with the year long suspension that Levi Copeland has been hit with.@EyeOnCFBAccording to reports in the St. Louis Dispatch Copeland was suspended for the 2014-15 season due to a failed drug test...
Via FatManWriting
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Mizzou down another wideout after Copelin uses banned substance

Gary Pinkel's Tigers are down another wide receiver, as sophomore Levi Copelin has been suspended for the 2014 season by the NCAA after testing positive for a banned substance.  In a statement issued by the university, Copelin explained that he used a workout supplement that was bought legally, but failed to get it passed by the Mizzou staff.  "This supplement is legal...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Mizzou: Do Tigers need to offer more scholarships to higher caliber recruits?

During his time in Columbia, Gary Pinkel has had a plan in place when it comes to recruiting.  He picks and chooses his battles for the big names, the four and five star recruits, and then does an unbelievable job of scouting players who may be slightly undersized or too slow to receive such notoriety. Then, Pinkel develops them, and he develops them well, as Mizzou has had numerous...
Via STLSportsMinute
24 days ago  |  Discuss
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