Jabari Brown scored 23 points and Jordan Clarkson added 13 as Missouri defeated Hawaii 92-80 Saturday night in its first game at Kansas City’s Sprint Center as members of the Southeastern Conference.
A new study shows the University of Missouri’s move to the Southeastern Conference increased the effects of MU athletics on the local economy.
The new college football playoff begins after the 2014 season and the first Sugar Bowl in the new format will be played Jan. 1, 2015.
The Conference announced its 2013 schedule this afternoon, giving Missouri fans their first glimpse at the road the Tigers face in their second SEC season.
Addition to Memorial Stadium may only have to wait another two years.
The Tigers play their season opener at Memorial Stadium against the Southeastern Louisiana Lions on Saturday, September 1 at 6pm.
The move comes as Missouri prepares to enter the Southeastern Conference.
Some talk of a so-called plus-one has crept back into the conversations about the future of college football’s postseason.
Missouri athletic director Mike Alden says the move to the SEC is going to require a sizable increase in private giving.
In the most successful league of the BCS-era, players routinely get third, fourth and even fifth chances.