Attacking defense, explosive offense, and fourth-quarter domination? Yeah, that sounds fine. Missouri should try that more.
Former Mizzou defensive end Charles Harris has found an ally in former Nebraska defensive tackle (and Mizzou villain) Ndamukong Suh.
If Missouri wins big under Barry Odom, it will be because of talent identification and development, not top-10 recruiting. Early signs are promising.
Missouri underachieved its likely win total last year. That, uh, probably needs to change in 2017.
Using fancy math to remember the best (and worst) Mizzou football games of 2016.
A host of former Missourui Tigers signed UDFA deals quickly after the NFL draft ended.
Charles Harris started playing football because a classmate called him weak. And now he’s a first-round pick.
"You can never have enough rushers." That’s what a Miami executive said about drafting Missouri’s Charles Harris in the first round.
Charles Harris is a Miami Dolphin. The Missouri defensive end was selected with 22nd pick in 2017 NFL draft.
A two-star recruit turned probable first-round draft pick, Charles Harris definitely made his presence (and absence) felt with Missouri.
An early signing period helps schools like Missouri
Charles Harris, Aarion Penton, and other former Tigers impressed at Mizzou’s Pro Day on Thursday.
How does the Tigers’ first-round hopeful stack up against other prospects like him?