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Brandon Kiley Dec 8
Meet 's new head coach.
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Mitchell Forde Dec 8
We can confirm that has reached an agreement with Appalachian State's Eliah Drinkwitz to be its next football coach, pending approval by the Board of Curators. First reported by . Quick story:
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Harold R. Kuntz Dec 10
“Our goal is to win the Sun Belt, sorry, SEC East.” 😂
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Max Baker Dec 9
wide receiver commit Jay Maclin tells me that as many football commits as possible are trying to come up to Columbia this weekend. Maclin, 4-star WR Javian Hester and Chaminade QB Brady Cook have all said they will be here.
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Derrick Fogle Dec 5
Dear students facing finals: As the Hack Man, I have rarely been a champion; I’ve suffered more defeats than I can count. But I’ve never given up, or stopped grinding. Neither should you. Through gritted teeth, trembling, in tears if you have to. Keep going. ❤️
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Andrew Kauffman Dec 4
SCOOP: Former LB Cale Garrett () has decided to retire from football to pursue a career in TV meteorology. JUST KIDDING - He's going to keep playing football and pursue a career in the NFL. We'll air our full interview on this Sunday!
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Nate Williamson 9h
6-foot-5, 245 lb. Defensive End flips from border rivals to the . With coaching changes, this is something you have to deal with. For the , they pick up another important young player from Florida. Could see quick playtime with key departures to graduation.
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Mizzou Volleyball Dec 8
From the entire Volleyball family, THANK YOU Tiger fans for another outstanding season of love & support 🖤💛 We hope we made you proud 🐯🏐
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Antonio Doyle Jr 13h
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Mizzou Baseball 15h
The sights & sounds of Baseball are just around the corner❗️ 🐯⚾️
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Mizzou Hoops 10h
🏀 Game Week 🏀 Back home for a Sunday matinee. vs. Southern Illinois at 3 PM! 🏁🐅
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Mitchell Forde Dec 9
We have confirmed that will pay new coach Eliah Drinnkwitz $4 million per year, which represents a more than 400 percent raise for Drinkwitz. Story:
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Tyler Murry Dec 10
*Files this gif away for future content*
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Peter Baugh Dec 9
Because of the coaching change, players who already took an official visit to can take another without it counting to their official visit total. I'm told all commits were invited to campus to meet Drinkwitz this weekend, and around 12-15 recruits will make the trip.
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Andrew Kauffman Dec 10
Watch: football coach Eli Drinkwitz had a strong message for HS football recruits in the state of Missouri. "If you can play football for Mizzou - we're going to get you, and we're going to get you here."
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Cam Clouser Dec 3
Life comes at you fast.
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T.J. Moe Dec 8
The single smartest thing Eli Drinkwitz could do to give himself the best chance to succeed at is to figure out a way to hire back running the strength and mental conditioning program.
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Andrew Kauffman Dec 3
Plenty of open seats in the student section.
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Matt Michaels 9h
product here, formerly of the Cubs (I think CHC erred in letting him go)
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Peter Baugh Dec 7
linebacker Nick Bolton was just recognized on the SEC Championship broadcast as football's scholar athlete. He has a 3.49 GPA, CBS said, and led the Tigers in tackles.
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