MU's highest-paid athletics employees will see salaries cut 10 percent over three months; MU also cutting out performance, academic incentive clauses
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Louisiana Tech is joining many schools across the country, bringing athletes back to campus on June 1 and beginning workouts a week later on June 8 with the expectation these workouts will be far from normal.
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One of the SEC's most improved sluggers could return for another college season under NCAA's eligibility relief plan.
Instead of wrapping up their season together inside MU’s new esports training facility, players are competing individually, away from their usual surroundings.
While athletes in football, men's and women's basketball can return to campus next month, Mizzou's goal remains to start the fall sports season on time.
COVID-19 has impacted athletic departments and their budgets nationwide, with some even slashing certain sports. Could things get that dire for Missouri's flagship university?
Sterk told the Missourian Thursday that the impacts of the moratorium lift include positive steps for moving forward with the return of athletes to campus.
The SEC voted to allow workouts supervised by strength and conditioning personnel starting June 8 after the NCAA lifted a moratorium for football and basketball on Wednesday.
Six of the Tigers' nine verbal commitments for the 2021 class are from in-state targets, five from the St. Louis metro area.
Unlike schools in mid-major conferences, Mizzou doesn't expect to close any teams despite fragile financial system that relies heavily on football.