The National Football League has handled COVID-19 worse than any other professional sports league in America.
The Missouri State football team fell to 0-3 in the shortened fall season after losing its final game to the University of Central Arkansas 34-23 on Saturday, Oct. 16.
After a lackluster performance in their season opener against Oklahoma University, the Missouri State football team made marked improvements against the University of Central Arkansas.
After losing their season opener to Oklahoma University 48-0, the Missouri State football team has their sights set on their next opponent, the University of Central Arkansas.
It was over quickly in Bobby Petrino’s debut as the Missouri State head coach.
Despite delays, cancelations and the shuffling of schedules, the Missouri State football team will play Oklahoma University on Saturday, Sept. 12.
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.