Shane Ray gets the ESPN Feature treatment:
More Shane Ray
Shane Ray's unofficial 4.64-second 40-yard dash at Missouri's pro day last Thursday was a bit on the underwhelming side, given that he said he ran a 4.44 in the 40 last winter.
Former Missouri defensive end Shane Ray, the reigning SEC defensive player of the year and a presumptive top-10 pick in next month’s NFL Draft, will be featured on SportsCenter and as part of ESPN’s Draft Academy in the coming month.
Missouri is on the hook $4.91 million in football guarantee games over the next six seasons, according to copies of athletic department contracts obtained by the Tribune through a public-records request.
Tim Fuller departs
Tim Fuller is set to leave the Missouri basketball coaching staff after four seasons, the last three as the Tigers’ associate head coach.
Sam will have an extensive look at Mizzou Basketball coaching candidates later today.
Mizzou Women's Basketball
A lack of second-half offense proved to be the undoing of the Missouri women’s basketball team in a 65-55 loss to Michigan on Thursday night in the third round of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament at the Crisler Center in Ann Arbor, Mich.
It didn't take Clint Myers long to turn Auburn softball into a powerhouse program. Myers led Arizona State to seven Women's College World Series appearances and two national titles in eight seasons before leaving after the 2013 season to accept the position at Auburn.
Did you catch the Mizzou Flashback post featuring the full 1994 Mizzou-Syracuse game?