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Senior tight end barely factored into the passing game last year but became a reliable blocker, now figures to see his role expand. [Read More]
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Some starting positions still up for grabs as Sept. 1 opener gets closer. [Read More]
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Wideout Richaud Floyd out four to six weeks with a broken leg, leaving Tigers to consider freshmen to replace All-SEC candidate. [Read More]
Wideout Richaud Floyd out four to six weeks with a broken leg, leaving Tigers to consider freshmen to replace All-SEC candidate. [Read More]
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Crockett, Rountree give the Tigers two starter-quality backs who both expect to produce. [Read More]
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Wideout Richaud Floyd expected to miss at least a month with broken right leg. [Read More]
Jordan Elliott had trouble picking a college team but now stands to play a major role along MU's rebuilt defensive front. [Read More]
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Jordan Elliott had trouble picking a college team but now stands to play a major role along MU's rebuilt defensive front. [Read More]
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The new NCAA redshirt rule gives coaches more roster flexibility, and the Tigers have loads of rookie talent to consider this season. [Read More]
The senior wideout showed last year he can beat defenses with speed downfield, but in a new offense he's asked to become a complete receiver. [Read More]
The senior wideout showed last year he can beat defenses with speed downfield, but in a new offense he's asked to become a complete receiver. [Read More]
The senior wideout showed last year he can beat defenses with speed downfield, but in a new offense he's asked to become a complete receiver. [Read More]
With his power off the tee and unbreakable focus, Brooks Koepka claims his third major championship by winning the 100th PGA championship in front of... [Read More]
With his power off the tee and unbreakable focus, Koepka wins his third major championship in front of Bellerive's thunderous galleries. [Read More]
Two 34-year-olds without a major championship on their record use different games to climb the leaderboard at Bellerive. [Read More]
Two 34-year-olds without a major championship on their record use different games to climb the leaderboard at Bellerive. [Read More]
ST. LOUIS — The first major tournament in the state of Missouri since 1992 started with a Tiger and ended with a ... Jayhawk? Gary... [Read More]
Gary Woodland, a three-time PGA Tour winner and former University of Kansas standout, stepped into what he called 'enemy territory' and left with the first-round... [Read More]
Former University Kansas standout Gary Woodland turns in brilliant putting display at Bellerive to capture early lead over Rickie Fowler. [Read More]
Thomas, Spieth, Fowler, Reed, Koepka and others headline an elite surge of homegrown talents born in the 1990s and poised to contend for the 100th... [Read More]
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