Missouri Tigers News
5 more rivalries that need to be renewed
College football without rivalries would be like the beach without sand. They're a big reason college football season never ends. Fans go back and forth just as passionately in March and July as they do in September and November. Thankfully, we're getting two of our most revered rivalries back.
Mack Rhoades leaves Missouri , accepts AD job at Baylor
Missouri Tigers athletic director Mack Rhoades will become the new AD at Baylor , the Bears confirmed Wednesday. Rhoades, who will be introduced at a news conference Monday, is replacing Ian McCaw, who resigned on May 30 amid controversy over the school's handling of sexual assault allegations.
Sources: AD Mack Rhoades leaves Mizzou for Baylor
Missouri Tigers athletic director Mack Rhoades will become the new AD at Baylor , sources confirmed to ESPN on Wednesday. Rhoades will replace Ian McCaw, who resigned on May 30 amid controversy over the school's handling of sexual assault allegations. Rhoades' departure from Missouri was first
The SEC summer will be defined by seven quarterback battles
This story appears in ESPN College Football 2016, on newsstands now. Order online today! Leonard Fournette and Myles Garrett don't need to fend off any preseason challengers. But not everybody has the same job security as Fournette, LSU's star running back, and Texas A&M's all-world pass-rusher,
Who are the SEC's biggest X factors for 2016?
This story appears in ESPN College Football 2016, on newsstands now. Order online today! Leonard Fournette Nick Chubb Chad Kelly Myles Garrett the SEC is stacked with stars for 2016. But that makes the lesser-known supporting cast so much more important in getting a leg up on the opposition in
Who are the 14 most important players in the SEC?
This story appears in ESPN College Football 2016, on newsstands June 7. Order online today! This season's SEC won't require much of a getting-to-know-you period for the conference's stars. It's doubtful that anybody needs much of a refresher course on why guys like Leonard Fournette and Nick Chubb
Together again, Jackie Stiles and Sherri Coale headline Women's Basketball Hall of Fame class
It was a day of basketball that started at a sports bar called the Red Lion in Spokane, Washington, and ended with an enduring image of a preschooler falling asleep on the shoulder of her equally exhausted and disappointed mother. The whole day, after all these years, still springs vividly to mind.
Opposing coaches anonymously break down SEC
This story appears in ESPN College Football 2016, on newsstands June 7. Order online today ! The phrase comes up in most college football media conferences. "Coach, can you talk about ?" We took that broad question and went to opposing coaches to ask for their honest assessments on the hottest
Dramatic seventh-inning rally means Oklahoma City for Michigan, uncertainty for Missouri
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- It was a rally that left the woman with more wins than any other coach in the sport wiping away tears and dancing, neither an act commonly associated with Carol Hutchins. It was a win she told her Michigan players ranked among the best in the history of one of the most stable,