Missouri Tigers News for March 3, 2014
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Missouri reportedly agrees to $3 million per year contract extension...

Head football coach Gary Pinkel reportedly has reached an agreement with the University of Missouri on a $3 million contract extension as expected after a 12-win season, which included an SEC East championship and an appearance in the conference title game.

Missouri women's basketball team finds positives from this season...

Examine Missouri's 17-12 record closely and there are undeniable signs of progress as the squad prepares for the SEC women's tournament, which begins Wednesday in suburban Atlanta.

New deal in place for Pinkel

It has been widely expected that Gary Pinkel and his staff would be rewarded with new contracts after the 2013 football season. Sources tell PowerMizzou.com that deal has been agreed upon.

Kansas Lineman Plans Return Visit To Mizzou [$]

ShowMeMizzou.com has the story of one of the top prospects in the state of Kansas' recruitment, including his junior day visit and interest in the Missouri Tigers, and what his plans are going forward.

Missouri names Tim Stedman as new associate athletic director...

The University of Missouri announced Monday that Tim Stedman had been hired as an associate athletic director and will be in charge of the department's fundraising as head of the Tiger Scholarship Fund. Stedman, 49, had served as Michigan State's associate athletic director for development since 2005.

General News. Tim Stedman Named Associate Athletic Director

The University of Missouri Department of Intercollegiate Athletics has hired Tim Stedman as Associate Athletic Director for Advancement, as announced today. Stedman will direct all facets of the Tiger Scholarship Fund, the departmentís fundraising arm.

M. Basketball. Haith, Mizzou Basketball Open Doors To The Zou...

Head Coach Frank Haith and Mizzou Basketball hosted the Zou Crew last Friday, giving the group a chance to ask questions of the third-year head coach.

Baseball. Mizzou's Graves Earns Co-SEC Pitcher of the Week

Boasting a streak of 15.0 consecutive shutout innings, Mizzou baseball junior righty Brett Graves (St. Charles, Mo.) was named Co-SEC Pitcher of the Week following his terrific outing against UIC last Saturday in a 4-0 win. Graves went 8.0 innings, allowing just two hits, one walk with six strikeouts while extending his shutout streak to 15.0 innings. This is his first career weekly conference honor and Graves is the second Tiger to earn SEC Pitcher of the Week honors after Keaton Steele (St. Jo

NCAA Tournament bracket projections: Rock-M-Tology, March 3

Mizzou's somehow still in. I once again did not expect that. This bubble is awful. Every bubble is awful. Who's moving up? Oregon (20-8) - Three weeks ago, Oregon was 3-8 in Pac-12 play. The Ducks are now 8-8, have reached 20 wins overall, and just cracked into the Pomeroy top 30 again after a two-month absence. A 2OT win at UCLA this week bumped them back into the 8-9 range. Xavier (19-9) - Wins at St. John's and at home over Creighton made Chris Mack's Musketeers relatively safe; they coul

Missouri QB Trent Hosick helps rescue men after truck flips over...

Former Staley High quarterback Trent Hosick, now playing at Missouri, said he helped two men out of a wrecked truck following an accident Sunday along snowy eastbound I-70.

Path to the Dance

Missouri has just two games left in the regular season. We take a look at where the Tigers stand and the major competition on the NCAA Tournament bubble.

W. Basketball. Special Initiatives Set for SEC Women's Basketball...

The SEC will bring two initiatives to the 2014 Women's Basketball Tournament, held March 5-9 at The Arena at Gwinnett Center.

Links for March 3, 2014

Mizzou makes a statement against Mississippi State with Keanau Post and Torren Jones going wild, Kearsten Peoples is the best, softball has a stellar weekend including an incredible comeback victory, and more Mizzou Basketball Links Clarkson, Brown dish it out for Tigers The Post man delivers 'Money time' for Missouri basketball starts with rout of Mississippi State Keanau Post scores career high in men's basketball win Mizzou bounces back to rout Miss. State Mizzou Diamond Sports Links

Spring Preview: OL [$]

Spring practice is about two weeks away for the Missouri football team, and in the lead-up to its start, PowerMizzou.com will break down the story lines at each position.

Missouri junior has big upside

Jimmy Whitt has put up big numbers for his high school all season, but he took a backseat to his older teammates on senior night.

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