University of Missouri president Tim Wolfe has issued a statement in response to the massive on-campus boycott calling for his dismissal:

Members of Missouri’s athletic department met with several players for more than an hour on Sunday to discuss the ongoing campus, initiated as an effort to dethrone Wolfe due to ongoing racial tension.

The Legion of Black Collegians said Saturday in a statement that black football players won’t participate in any “football-related” activities” until Wolfe “resigns or is removed due to his negligence toward marginalized students’ experiences.”

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Several notable Missouri players tweeted in support of #ConcernedStudent1950 including starters Charles Harris and tailback Russell Hansbrough:

After meeting, Missouri coach Gary Pinkel sent out this tweet in support of his players:

Jon Solomon of CBS Sports reported that Ramogi Human, president of the National College Players Association, supports the players’ decision to strike:

Missouri governor Jay Nixon said this about the protests:

Former Missouri wide receiver T.J. Moe, who is white, has been vocal about the situation at his university. He published a series of tweets this weekend about his experience at Missouri and says the racism that exists on campus didn’t make its way into football facility, at least not during his career:

Players have not yet decided if the strike will continue and affect the rest of the season: