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Mizzou Watercooler: July 9th, 2014 - Terry Beckner Jr, Academic and Fundraising Success, and more Watchlists

Football recruits keep talking about how much they like our facilities, we have more connections to the San Antonio Spurs, and Evan Boehm is being watched

Evan Boehm is so Rah
Evan Boehm is so Rah
via Evan Boehm's twitter


Drew Lock ranked #2 so far at Elite 11 QB camp

Mizzou Still In Control For Five-Star Terry Beckner Jr - 247sports.

"It’s a very nice school," Beckner said. It’s also the only campus he’s visited this summer. "Real nice school. Their facilities, the weight room and when I saw the indoor facility it was nice."

Boehm started all 14 games at center last season, anchoring a Mizzou offensive line that helped produce a rushing game that averaged 237.9 yards per game, ranking second in the SEC and 16th nationally.

Preseason SEC Power Poll: Part One - Roll 'Bama Roll

#7. Missouri: Veterans returning along the line, at QB and at RB; WRs are deep but lack the one true guy with DBG's departure. Biggest growing pains will be at DL, which lost heavily to the NFL. With a solid, if not stellar, back seven, the D is going to get scored on a goodly bit. Upper-middle of the East, but will still struggle to get 8 wins.

Basketball - Summer Sessions: Deuce Bello

PM: How long does it seem like since you've been out on a basketball floor in competition?

DB: "It feels like ten years. It's been about six to eight months. Still doing stuff basketball wise, just not going out full force. I'm almost there. Doctors are saying good things and like I said, just continue to work hard."

Mizzou grad serves on NBA champion Spurs’ training staff – The Maneater

Like a lot of young basketball fans, Carson Calkins grew up dreaming of winning the NBA Finals and hoisting the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy. Unlike most basketball fans, he realized that dream with the San Antonio Spurs this past season.

University News

MUTIGERS.COM Mizzou Enjoys Outstanding 2013-14 Academic Success

Associate Athletic Director of Academic Services, Tami Chievous, oversaw Mizzou's TPP program throughout the past academic year. With the help of Chievous' TPP staff and dedicated Mizzou Athletics student-athletes, the academic success reached un-charted territory in 2013-14.

The University of Missouri has set a new fundraising record, bringing in $164.5 million during the 2013-14 fiscal year, eclipsing the previous $160.5 million raised in 2008.