The Maneater

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Jul. 21, 2018

The Anderson ascension: Chronicling Larissa Anderson’s journey to helm of Missouri softball

Published by Adam Cole

Anderson, others discuss Hofstra success and what’s to accomplish at Missouri

Jul. 20, 2018

How does the SEC East favorite stack up? Talking Georgia with the Red and Black

Published by Bennett Durando

The Georgia student paper’s sports editor Michael Hebert and assistant sports editor Thomas Boyd joined The Maneater at the 2018 SEC Media Days.

Jul. 20, 2018

Missouri picked by media to finish fourth in SEC East; six earn preseason All-SEC honors

Published by Bennett Durando

Also included are The Maneater’s votes for where and why Missouri will place in the standings.

Jul. 19, 2018

Injuries and setbacks behind him, Terry Beckner leads unproven Missouri defense into 2018

Published by Andy Kimball

“The strides he made is what amazed everyone in the locker room,” Drew Lock said of the lineman’s growth over his four years of college.

Jul. 18, 2018

SEC Media Days: Drew Lock’s ability will be on display soon enough, but his personality already is

Published by Bennett Durando

Missouri’s star quarterback candidly discussed his senior year mentality, Heisman potential, offense under Derek Dooley and more in Atlanta.

Jul. 18, 2018

SEC Media Days Notebook: Walters takes over defensive play calling; safety Prewett kicked off team

Published by Andy Kimball

Barry Odom passed on defensive play calling to Ryan Walters for this season, and running back Damarea Crockett is back and healthy.

Jul. 18, 2018

Missouri players respond after Florida lineman calls playing at Faurot Field “boring”

Published by Bennett Durando

“While we’re on offense, I’m gonna be pretty mad at our fan base if they’re screaming and yelling,” quarterback Drew Lock said at SEC Media Days.

Jul. 18, 2018

Opponents break down Missouri defense at SEC Media Days

Published by Andy Kimball

Players from Arkansas, Georgia and Florida talked about how early success in the run game helped them break down the Tiger defense in the past.

Jul. 18, 2018

"They bring that Big 12 mentality": SEC East opponents praise Lock, Missouri offense at league Media Days

Published by Bennett Durando

Defenders from Arkansas, Georgia and Florida discussed last season's memories of Drew Lock and the Tigers’ fast-paced offense on day two in Atlanta.

Jul. 17, 2018

No major rules shake-ups as officials coordinator speaks at SEC Media Days

Published by Bennett Durando

A new incentive on fair catches and new details on blocks below the waist highlighted Steve Shaw’s address on Tuesday morning.

Jul. 16, 2018

Missouri football releases fall depth chart to kick off SEC Media Days

Published by Andy Kimball

It contains few surprises, but reveals youth in secondary and lists Crockett and Rountree as co-starters in backfield.

Jul. 16, 2018

Barry Odom one of the veterans at 2018 SEC Media Days in Atlanta

Published by Bennett Durando

Six new coaches will highlight Atlanta’s reboot of the SEC Media Days this week while Odom and the Tigers are set to speak Wednesday.

Jul. 10, 2018

‘First Reformed’ review: a fully realized expression of wordly anxiety

Published by Jesse Baalman

‘First Reformed’ review: a fully realized expression of wordly anxiety

Jul. 10, 2018

Book Review: Gaël Faye explores his Burundian roots in “Small Country”

Published by Mariana Labbate

Book Review: Gaël Faye explores his Burundian roots in “Small Country”

Jul. 10, 2018

Undocumented immigrant children do not belong in cages

Published by Claire Huber

In a recent press conference, Vice President Mike Pence claimed that the United States is and always has been the most welcoming country to immigrants, though Central American undocumented migrant children are currently being held in cages in America.

Jul. 10, 2018

Johnson and Brown to have increased roles in 2018

Published by Andy Kimball

Senior Nate Brown and junior Johnathon Johnson will look to step up and replace J’Mon Moore’s production in the receiving corps.

Jul. 10, 2018

Student athletes should not get paid while some students still have loans for school to pay

Published by Nicole Smith

Universities may need athletics to survive, but they don’t need to be creating a college draft scenario and making business deals while the focus shifts from giving the best education.

Jul. 10, 2018

Missouri Students Association plans to create council tailored for incoming freshmen

Published by Caitlyn Rosen

The council will serve as a way for freshmen to get leadership experience prior to entering MSA

Jul. 10, 2018

Tuition to increase at least 1 percent in fall 2018

Published by Stephi Smith

The 1 percent increase was settled on after the UM System Board of Curators struck a deal with Missouri lawmakers to keep state funding.

Jul. 10, 2018

Board of Curators to appeal ruling in graduate worker case

Published by Ethan Brown

The appeal extends a three year long dispute over MU graduate workers’ right to collectively bargain with the university, which both the Coalition of Graduate Workers and the Professional Graduate Council have vouched for.