Missouri State Rep. Rick Brattin (R) has withdrawn a bill aiming to strip college athletes’ scholarships if they refuse to play for non-health reasons.
University of Missouri System president Tim Wolfe has resigned amid criticism of his handling of racial issues on campus. ...read more
SI staff writer Joan Niesen discusses Gary Pinkel's decision to backtrack from supporting the Missouri Tigers' boycott and the Concerned Student 1950 movement. ...read more
One day after being called on to either resign or be fired by protesting Missouri Tigers football players, the school's president Tim Wolfe said the school was instituting a diversity and inclusion strategy. ...read more
SI staff writer Joan Niesen explains how the Missouri boycott could spark more activism among student athletes. ...read more
Just days after it reinstated quarterback Maty Mauk to the team, the Missouri Tigers have suspended Mauk for the remainder of the 2015 season for undisclosed disciplinary reasons. ...read more
The NCAA's five wealthiest conferences voted 79-1 to expand what Division 1 schools can provide as an athletic scholarship. ...read more
SI executive editor B.J. Schecter explains why the Missouri Tigers' boycott succeeded in getting university president Tim Wolfe to resign. ...read more