Missouri Rumors & News

  • Shea Patterson details scope of Ole Miss deception in lengthy letter to Michigan

    CBS Sports "In a detailed filing regarding his transfer case, former Ole Miss quarterback Shea Patterson tells Michigan officials he was lied to by former Rebels coach Hugh Freeze and Ole Miss officials repeatedly over a 20-month period in an attempt to keep him on campus and discredit both media and the..." April 18

  • Florida Atlantic names Missouri's Brian White as athletic director

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "After a six-week search, Florida Atlantic has finally found a replacement lead its athletics department. On Saturday, the school announced it has hired Brian White as the athletic director. White was Missouri’s senior associate athletics director for the last three years. He replaces Pat Chun,..." March 04

  • Drew Lock puts NFL on hold, will return to Mizzou for senior year

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Drew Lock might very well play in the NFL — but not in 2018. Fresh off his record-breaking junior season, Missouri’s first-team All-Southeastern Conference quarterback decided to return for his senior season and put the NFL draft on hold. “I’m very excited to be coming back for my senior..." January 10

  • Ex-Tennessee coach Derek Dooley heads to Missouri as new offensive coordinator

    CBS Sports "With the exception of the vacancy at Arizona, the college football coaching carousel has nearly come to a stop -- at least for head coaches. It's a different story for assistants, and will be for the next month or so until National Signing Day comes and goes. But even with some time left, this is..." January 06

  • Missouri DE Marcell Frazier calls out Josh Heupel for leaving team

    ESPN "Missouri defensive end Marcell Frazier blamed departed offensive coordinator Josh Heupel for leaving the Tigers high and dry after they got rolled by Texas 33-16 Wednesday night at the Texas Bowl. "Realistically, Heupel left us in a bad position," Frazier said of Heupel, who took the..." December 28