“I really trust the leadership for our team,” Missouri coach Gary Pinkel said of his team’s preparations to play BYU on Saturday in Kansas City amid racial strife on the Columbia campus. “Obviously, as coaches, we’ve got to do a great job. … With all the distractions that are going on, those are the things that I’m more concerned about. We’ll practice well, but can we lock in and focus so we can play our best.”
“I really trust the leadership for our team,” Missouri coach Gary Pinkel said of his team’s preparations to play BYU on Saturday in Kansas City amid racial strife on the Columbia campus. “Obviously, as coaches, we’ve got to do a great job. … With all the distractions that are going on, those are the things that I’m more concerned about. We’ll practice well, but can we lock in and focus so we can play our best.” File photo by David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com
“I really trust the leadership for our team,” Missouri coach Gary Pinkel said of his team’s preparations to play BYU on Saturday in Kansas City amid racial strife on the Columbia campus. “Obviously, as coaches, we’ve got to do a great job. … With all the distractions that are going on, those are the things that I’m more concerned about. We’ll practice well, but can we lock in and focus so we can play our best.” File photo by David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com

Amid community unrest, Missouri football team shifts focus to BYU game

November 11, 2015 6:11 PM