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Missouri has the coolest alumnus in the nation

If comparing alumnus was a sport, then Missouri would finally have its first national championship since it won men’s indoor track in 1965. Sports Illustrated ranked the 68 schools in the upcoming NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament on Monday by the … Continue reading

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Report: Vice President of NCAA approved payment to Shapiro attorney

Report says that “enforcement director Julie Roe Lach discussed and approved the disbursement of at least $20,000,” saying that, “the NCAA claimed former enforcement staff members improperly gained information.” Continue reading

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Vanderbilt coach apologizes for calling Alabama’s Saban “Nicky Satan”

Vanderbilt coach James Franklin took a shot at Alabama coach Nick Saban at a high school sports banquet in Georgia the other day, referring to him as “Nicky Satan.” Speaking in Macon, Ga., where one of Franklin’s top commits is … Continue reading

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Aldon Smith, Justin Smith speak up at Super Bowl media sessions

Aldon Smith accepts the violence of football. He embraces it. The San Francisco 49ers All-Pro linebacker and former Missouri standout wouldn’t be in New Orleans this week to play in Super Bowl XLVII otherwise. So despite the many cautionary tales … Continue reading

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Shapiro attorney speaks out on NCAA investigation

The attorney involved in holding back the NCAA’s investigation against the University of Miami and Missouri men’s basketball coach Frank Haith spoke out against the NCAA. The NCAA said there were major issues with the investigation because the NCAA had … Continue reading

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Report says Missouri’s Haith will face NCAA allegations

The report claims that an unnamed source close to the situation said the NCAA will charge Missouri coach Frank Haith, who previously coached at Miami, with unethical conduct and failure to promote an atmosphere of compliance. Continue reading

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$2,979.08 at the Vince Young Steakhouse

The Missouri athletics department is cracking down on improper credit card purchases after an audit revealed that director of video operations Michael Schumacher charged $7,605.50 at a Las Vegas nightclub in May 2011. But that was not the only improper … Continue reading

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Quarterback Eddie Printz Jr. verbally commits to Missouri

According to Rivals.com, quarterback Eddie Printz Jr., not to be confused with actor Freddie Prinze Jr., has verbally committed to Missouri. The 6-foot-4, 212 pound senior at Lassiter High School in Marietta, Ga. is listed as a three-star prospect on … Continue reading

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SEC teleconference: notable quotes

Going into Saturday’s Missouri-Alabama game, both Gary Pinkel and Nick Saban addressed their own teams and their opponents Wednesday during the weekly SEC teleconference. While a lot of what’s said is forgettable, there were a few highlights from each coach. … Continue reading

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Pinkel responds to Finebaum saying Franklin ‘better man up’

“I don’t know James Franklin, but with all due respect to him, he better man up, or he’s going to get laughed out of the SEC.” That’s what Paul Finebaum, a radio host known as “The Voice of the SEC,” … Continue reading

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