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Topic - Gary Pinkel
Missouri decided enough was enough.
Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham was suspended indefinitely Monday for an unspecified violation of team rules, three months after he and two friends were arrested on suspicion of felony drug distribution when police found a pound of marijuana in their car.
Morgan Steward knows he needs a few seconds to reach full speed.
Missouri opened spring football practice Tuesday without several familiar faces.
After guiding Missouri to a seven-win improvement and an appearance in the SEC championship game, coach Gary Pinkel signed a new contract that boosts his annual salary above $3 million and extends his previous deal by three years to the end of the 2020 season.
Michael Sam was just another recruit when he left his small Texas hometown and arrived in Missouri. Playing for the Tigers, he turned into a private loquacious leader ready to make a trailblazing announcement.
Missouri football fans eager for an early look at the Tigers' newest recruits can get the scoop directly from coach Gary Pinkel at a Wednesday reception on national signing day.
Gary Pinkel was in no mood for holiday cheer a year ago.
Just a year ago, the Auburn Tigers won all of three games and fired their coach. Just a year ago, the Missouri Tigers looked very much like a school that had no business joining the mighty Southeastern Conference. Well, look at the matchup for Saturday's championship game.
No. 14 Missouri got the SEC's attention upsetting Georgia on the road. The Tigers will try to retain momentum without their most indispensable player.
Missouri tailback Henry Josey will not play this year after injuring his left knee in November against Texas.
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel says he thinks it is "wrong" to place sole blame for the Penn State tragedy on former coach Joe Paterno.
Big changes are coming for the football programs at Missouri and North Carolina. Before they happen, there's one more football game to play.
Missouri suspended football coach Gary Pinkel without pay for the final home game of the season Thursday and froze his salary for a year following his overnight arrest on suspicion of drunken driving.
Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel offered a public apology Thursday after his overnight arrest on suspicion of drunken driving.
"When players make really bad decisions and poor mistakes, they should be accountable and that shouldn't happen," coach Gary Pinkel said. "It's unfortunate that one or two made mistakes to kind of drag everybody else down, but I know the real picture here. We've got great kids; they do a good job."
Pinkel, in a news release from the Mizzou athletics department, said the decision was "made with the best interests of all involved in mind."