After battling shoulder issues for the final six games last season, Maty Mauk’s arm has been 100 percent this spring.
Black and Gold Game
Black and Gold Game
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With Missouri thin at tailback and young at wide receiver, it’s crucial the Tigers get the most out of a fairly seasoned offensive line, starting with Ricker’s two most important veterans: senior center Evan Boehm and McGovern, who could play guard or tackle this fall. They’ve combined to start 68 games. The rest of Mizzou’s returning offensive linemen have started 29 games collectively.
Assistant coach Pat Washington’s group has some athletes, but there’s not an established playmaker in the entire group. Elite athletes can mask their inexperience because they can simply jump higher or run faster than anyone else on the field. That’s how players like Jeremy Maclin and Dorial Green-Beckham became productive first-year players.
This group doesn’t have a J-Mac or DGB— not even a Sasser, who came into last year as a career complimentary piece then exploded into one of the SEC’s best receivers. Sasser knew how, when and where to get open and he caught the ball cleanly and consistently. Through three scrimmages, this group doesn’t have anyone close to those qualities — at least not yet.
Mizzou football coaches and athletic performance staff members had been utilizing an up-and-coming technology in the field of assessing athletes' training capabilities. Two leading Mizzou staff members with the new Catapult technology are Associate Athletic Director of Athletic Performance, Dr. Pat Ivey, and Director of Football Strength and Conditioning, Josh Stoner
No. 20 Mizzou Softball jumped out to a big lead early and cruised to a 9-0 series-opening victory over Arkansas in five innings on Friday night. The Tigers batted around and manufactured six runs in the first inning.
At a Mizzou fundraiser in KC, someone just bid $10,000 for a private cocktail party with Gary Pinkel and his fiancée at Tiffany & Co. in NYC— Mike Shaw (@michaelvshaw) April 18, 2015