Missouri won its third straight game with an 80-64 win over Oral Roberts on Friday night. The Tigers had six players in double figures in points and won despite having multiple big men in foul trouble.
This week in Mizzou recruiting is back with a loaded edition. We discuss Kelly Bryant’s commitment to Missouri football, former Park Hill star Chester Graves and one of the nation’s top football recruits in 2020.
Missouri tight end Albert Okwuegbunam has missed the last three games because of a shoulder injury. But at some point, he will still have to decide between the NFL Draft or school. Here’s what scouts are saying.
Former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant officially signed with Missouri on Thursday. Drew Lock will play in the Senior Bowl and MU had two players, Tyler Badie and Daniel Parker, make the SEC All-Freshman team.
Missouri Tigers football coach Barry Odom received a contract extension through the 2024 season that raises his salary to $3.05 million per season, which now ranks 11th in the SEC. He had been the lowest-paid coach.
Missouri freshman Torrence Watson had a strong performance in Tuesday’s win over Texas-Arlington, as he scored a team-high and career-high 12 points. Why Watson has struggled early in his career at MU.
Missouri’s addition of Kelly Bryant on Tuesday already has Mizzou football fans buzzing about the 2019 season and what the Tigers’ offense will look like. Here’s an early look at MU’s offense for next season.
Missouri basketball rolled to its second straight victory on Tuesday with a 65-45 blowout win over Texas-Arlington. The Tigers kept up their strong three-point shooting and were able to empty the bench.
Barry Odom landed the biggest recruit of his three-year tenure as Mizzou football coach on Tuesday, as former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant committed to the Tigers. Bryant will enroll at MU in January and replace Drew Lock.
After having just three football players crack the AP all-Southeastern Conference team on Monday, the Missouri Tigers place five on the all-SEC coaches’ second-team Tuesday, including Drew Lock and Emanuel Hall.
Former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant committed to the Tigers on Tuesday night, choosing Missouri over Auburn, Arkansas, North Carolina and Mississippi State. He likely could have played anywhere with a quarterback vacancy.