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Columbia Missouri's new depth chart, released Monday, features a few interesting changes. Among them:*Offensive lineman Jack Meiners, who made his first appearance of the season in Missouri's 24-20 win over Arizona State on Saturday, is now
Missouri released its new depth chart today, and there are only two things of note: senior middle linebacker Will Ebner is still listed as the starter, but is listed as questionable. Guard Jack Meiners is also listed as questionable, but Max Copeland
Led by five football players, including the school's only Heisman Trophy and Butkus Award winners, the University of Colorado announced Thursday 12 members for the 2012 class of the school's athletic hall of fame. Running back Rashaan Salaam, who won
The conference is flush with new TV money, allowing many schools to make aggressive changes in either head or assistant coaches in recent days. And that might have been the reason that virtually every significant recruit on the West Coast stayed home.
List of 20 football players who signed national letters of intent with Nevada on Wednesday, with name, position, height, weight and most recent school: Abe Abdulkarim, ol, 6-5, 310, Allen (Texas) HS Alex Bertrando, olb, 6-3, 215, Del Oro HS, Loomis,
Arizona State has made it through the tough stretch of the schedule, putting itself in position to win the Pac-12 South. Next up is the hardest game of the season for the Sun Devils: Colorado. Yep, a team that's a 30-point underdog, has lost 21
This pitch- and-catch combo has been sneaky good . . . and often times sensational . . . during a five-year run at Colorado. "With this being our last Big 12 game, and maybe our last game together, it would be huge to play well," McKnight said.
As a high school senior, he was set to play quarterback for Boise State because his dad was the Broncos coach. But when Dan Hawkins took the same job at Colorado later that year, he switched his commitment to the Buffaloes. The two have always been
Feeling excitement and elation after a victory, Colorado's Cody Hawkins said he held up fine when chatting Saturday after the 34-14 win over Iowa State with his father, who is out of work for the first time in his coaching career. Whether the senior
Colorado junior tailback Rodney Stewart was so spent following the 34-14 victory over Iowa State, it's a wonder he had enough energy to talk about his performance...He felt it. "I didn't know I was going to carry it that many times," Stewart said. "