If you’ve been on Missouri State University’s campus recently, you’ve probably seen someone wearing Kansas City Chiefs gear. The Chiefs and their standout quarterback Patrick Mahomes II have taken the entire state of Missouri by storm — and that’s especially true for the city of Springfield.
Coming off big wins over Drake and Northern Iowa, the No. 17 Missouri State Lady Bears had a slip-up on Friday night.
Missouri State University announced Wednesday morning that Bobby Petrino would become the Bears’ 21st head football coach.
Missouri State baseball volunteer assistant coach Craig Massoni officially announced his departure from the program via Twitter on Jan. 1.
While the search for a new head football coach had taken most of the attention recently, the Missouri State Bears are also continuing their national search for a new head volleyball coach.
- Niebrugge: Can Bobby Petrino flip this program around or will it flop?
- Bars host the kingdom outside of Kansas City
- Two cars allegedly stolen from MSU lots this week
- Missouri State, volunteer assistant part ways due to health circumstances
- Remembering David Glass
- Track team competes at Arkansas
- Bobby Petrino formally introduced as MSU's head coach and everything else from the last 24 hours
- No. 17 Lady Bears suffer first conference loss at the buzzer
- MSU ‘getting closer’ to finding its next head volleyball coach
- Ice Bears add depth for second semester
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