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6-1-15: Missouri's director of basketball operations, Bryan Tibaldi, is trading in his Mizzou black and gold for DePaul's royal blue and scarlet. Tibaldi will carry the same role the same title at DePaul and reunite with the Blue Demons' head coach, Dave Leitao.
10-6-14: The AP No. 23 Tigers were off this past week. Missouri's last game was a comeback down the stretch, as they scored two late touchdowns to beat South Carolina 21-20. They’re the only team in the SEC East without a conference loss. They now have a chance to make some real noise by hosting AP No. 13 Georgia this week. Missouri beat them on the road last season.
10-1-14: A year after losing a heartbreaker at home on a missed field goal in overtime, Missouri traveled to South Carolina to avenge last season's loss to Gamecocks. The Tigers' 21-20 comeback win at Williams-Brice Stadium now has the Tigers in first place in the SEC East. The Tigers scored twice in the final eight minutes and it’s starting to look like a repeat of last season for Tigers’ fans. Missouri has a bye this week.
9-5-14: The Missouri Tigers opened their season last Saturday versus South Dakota State and things didn’t go so smoothly at the start of the game for the Tigers. However, Missouri after a slow start, separated themselves from South Dakota midway through the third quarter with a 100 yard kickoff return by Marcus Murphy. Overall, the Tigers ran the ball for 215 yards, as Russell Hansbrough led with 126 yards rushing and a touchdown. Missouri QB Maty Mauk added 178 yards through the air with three touchdown passes. Missouri will now go on the road to play Toledo this Saturday September 6.
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The Missouri Tigers are a member of the Southeastern Conference and have 18 varsity teams. Mizzou has two team NCAA championships: one in men’s indoor track and field and the other in baseball. The baseball team won their national championship in 1954. Mizzou has 22 NCAA appearances, six College World Series appearances and three national championship appearances. Current head coach Tim Jamieson is in his 21st season coaching at Mizzou with a 671-535-2 record. Jamieson has produced over 58 MLB draft selections, including three first rounders in Max Scherzer, Aaron Crow and Kyle Gibson. Missouri football first started in 1890 and has produced a 663-534-34 record, a 15-16 bowl game record, 15 conference titles and 14 consensus All-Americans. Current head coach Gary Pinkel has a 113-66 record and is beginning his 15th season in 2015. Pinkel has led the Tigers to bowl games in 10 of the last 11 seasons. While Mizzou hasn’t won a conference championship since 1969, Pinkel has led the Tigers to four divisional championships, two in the Big 12 (2007 and 2008) and two in the SEC (2013 and 2014). Mizzou football has two non-consensus national championships, once in 1960 and another in 2007. However, the NCAA and Missouri do not recognize these championships. Missouri basketball has made 26 NCAA tournament appearances with seven Sweet Sixteens trips and five Elite Eight trips. Mizzou also has two pre-tournament Premo-Porretta championships in 1921 and 1922, neither recognized by the NCAA. Current head coach Kim Anderson finished his first year at Mizzou in the 2013-14 season. Anderson is a Mizzou alum and was named head coach at Missouri after winning the NCAA Division-II national championship at Central Missouri in 2014. Mizzou’s best years came under head coach Norm Stewart. Stewart, who was inducted into the College Basketball Hall of Fame in 2007, coached the Tigers to a 634-333 record in 32 seasons. Stewart led the Tigers to eight Big Eight Conference regular-season championships, six Big Eight tournament titles and 16 NCAA tournament appearances. Missouri’s best season under Stewart came in 1993-94 when the Tigers went 28-4, including a 14-0 record in conference play and a trip to the Elite Eight.
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