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Missouri to start spring football March 11

02/20/2014 4:40 PM

02/20/2014 4:43 PM

Football season never really ends anymore.

After the games are finished, there’s the drama of recruiting, the NFL Combine, spring practices and the NFL Draft.

From there, it’s only a few short months until Southeastern Conference media days, followed closely by the start of preseason college camps and another 13-game march to glory or doom.

Unofficially, Missouri — coming off a 12-2 season that included an SEC East title and win against Oklahoma State in the Cotton Bowl — will begin its 2014 season March 11 when spring practice kicks off, according to a release Thursday from the SEC.

Spring football wraps up April 19 with the annual spring game.

Meanwhile, the Tigers’ pro day is scheduled for March 6.

Of course, seven former Missouri players — tackle Justin Britt, defensive end Kony Ealy, cornerback E.J. Gaines, running back Henry Josey, wide receiver Marcus Lucas, defensive end Michael Sam and wide receiver L’Damian Washington — are in Indianapolis this weekend for the NFL Combine.

Below are all the relevant dates for each SEC football program:

SEC spring football schedule
School Practice begins Spring game Pro day
Alabama March 15 April 19 March 12
Arkansas March 16 April 26 March 5
Auburn March 18 April 19 March 4
Florida March 19 April 12 March 17
Georgia March 18 April 12 April 16
Kentucky March 28 April 26 March 14
LSU March 7 April 5 April 9
Mississippi March 5 April 5 March 3
Mississippi State March 18 April 12 March 5
Missouri March 11 April 19 March 6
South Carolina March 4 April 12 April 2
Tennessee March 7 April 12 April 2
Texas A Feb. 28 N/A March 5
Vanderbilt March 11 April 12 March 21

Note: Texas A canceled its spring game because of ongoing renovations at Kyle Field.

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