At this point in the year, most athletes for fall and winter sports are training for their next season. The coronavirus outbreak changed those plans when Missouri State — like the majority of the sports world — put everything on hold for the rest of the school year.
A lot has changed since 1970. While disco isn’t making a comeback anytime soon, one thing has made a return: the Chiefs in the Super Bowl. The last appearance for Kansas City was Super Bowl IV against the Minnesota Vikings. The Chiefs were victorious over their northern NFL opponents by a sc…
The Super Bowl is just a few short days away, and Miami isn’t going to be the only place buzzing with excitement.
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.
Missouri State University announced Wednesday morning that Bobby Petrino would become the Bears’ 21st head football coach.
It took less than 48 hours after a press conference announcing the search had begun for Missouri State University President Clif Smart and Director of Athletics Kyle Moats to introduce their pick for head coach of the Bears football team.
Former Louisville head coach Bobby Petrino had no job for 2019, but he begins 2020 with his fourth NCAA head coaching job.
Missouri State University had the money to buy out Dave Steckel’s contract after Thanksgiving, but Director of Athletics Kyle Moats said he and University President Clif Smart would continue with their commitment to Steckel.
Dave Steckel will leave Missouri State University’s head football coaching position after five seasons. MSU announced via a release that Steckel and the university will officially part ways on Jan. 14.