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The Tigers lost a defensive lineman following last weekend's spring game
Missouri's offense only scored three touchdowns in Saturday's spring game, but that's more than it scored in nine games last season. With a solid defense, small offensive improvements could make a big difference.
Missouri's offense showed some improvement in the Black and Gold spring game.
Missouri's offense is 'starting to gain confidence' under new offensive coordinator Josh Heupel.
The Barry Odom era begins at Missouri with Saturday's Black & Gold spring game. Here are five things the Tigers need to accomplish during their spring game.
Mizzou added a quarterback to the class of 2016.
The Tigers are down to just eight healthy scholarship offensive linemen this spring.
The Tigers gained their third commit for the class of 2017.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before, but Mizzou is yet another SEC program with questions at quarterback this spring.
Drew Lock has two chores in 2016: win Missouri's starting quarterback job and then win games after Missouri went 5-7 last season.
Missouri sophomore quarterback Marvin Zanders has been seeing increased live action in practice.
Missouri provided an injury update released on Tuesday as three players were confirmed to be out for the rest of spring practice.
The former SEC Defensive Player of the Year wrote an opinion piece in Sunday's newspaper.
Missouri picked up an in-state receiver to add to its 2016 recruiting class on Friday, the final day for 2016 football prospects to sign their letters of intent.
His most flattering highlights are at the guard position, where he was part of back-to-back Tigers teams that won the SEC East in 2013-14. He may not be a natural tackle, but at least he's played there before.
A three-star OG is considering Missouri for his planned May commitment.
Missouri held its Pro Day on Wednesday, and the school reported that there were 32 NFL scouts (not from every franchise) was on hand along with three offensive line coaches.
Missouri coach Barry Odom told the media on Tuesday that two players expected to play key roles this season have left the football team.
A Mizzou running back has left the team, according to reports.
A Mizzou support staff member was arrested for DWI.