university of missouri athletics

8:06 am
Fri April 11, 2014

Green-Beckham won’t be charged in burglary investigation, witness fears possible backlash

Columbia police announced Thursday that no arrests will be made in a burglary investigation involving Missouri receiver Dorial Green-Beckham.

“Based on the information obtained during the investigation there will be no arrests made in this case,” Columbia Police spokeswoman Latisha Stroer said in a news release.

Coach Gary Pinkel announced the junior receiver’s indefinite suspension Monday for an unspecified violation of team rules.

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3:35 pm
Tue October 15, 2013

Student attendance is down at collegiate athletic events

Credit Scott Pham / KBIA

College athletic programs across the country are witnessing a troubling trend in student attendance according to The Wall Street Journal.  Students aren’t showing up to the games like they have in the past.

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8:28 am
Tue August 13, 2013

Are the Hearnes Center's days numbered?

Fans cheer for the Missouri Volleyball team at the Hearnes Center in Columbia
Credit Wunderlich Photography / Flickr

The Columbia Daily Tribune reports University of Missouri athletic director Mike Alden is considering the "future and the viability" of the 41-year-old Hearnes Center now that the school's men's and women's basketball teams call Mizzou Arena home.

Alden says the field house named for former Governor Warren Hearnes is expensive to maintain and has high energy costs. He acknowledged the real estate next to Memorial Stadium may have more value as the university modernizes its athletic facilities. Mizzou Arena opened in 2004.

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4:06 pm
Thu September 13, 2012

MU Police warn of fake football tickets

One of the fake tickets sold to last weekend's football game.
Photo provided by Matt Noonan

Some Mizzou football fans got less than they bargained for at last Saturday’s game. MU Police received several reports of fraudulent tickets after the game against the University of Georgia. Those with fake tickets were turned away at the gate. MU Police Captain Brian Weimer says it’s only when you look at a real ticket next to a fake one that you may be able to tell the difference.

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