Missouri redshirt sophomore DE Charles Harris pressured the QB on 11 percent of his pass rushes in 2014, according to Jack Farrell of PFF.
Missouri junior C Evan Boehm allowed zero sacks and zero quarterback hits in 2014, according to PFF's Jack Farrell.
Missouri could win the SEC East if redshirt junior QB Maty Mauk stays healthy, ESPN's Edward Aschoff writes.
Missouri redshirt senior OL Connor McGovern can bench press 470 pounds, squat 750, and hang clean more than 400.
Missouri junior DL Harold Brantley's (tibia, knee, ribs) medical condition has been upgraded from serious to good.
Missouri junior DL Harold Brantley suffered a broken left tibia and ligament damage in his left knee during Sunday's car crash.
Missouri junior DL Harold Brantley is in serious condition following a car crash, but his injuries are not life threatening.
Missouri senior RB Russell Hansbrough is "not quite as consistent as you'd like, but as a senior he has a chance to shine as the star of the offense for a team that continues to subvert expectations in the SEC East," notes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
Missouri offensive coordinator Josh Henson "has done yeoman's work with the line, taking overlooked recruits and turning them into NFL players," notes NFL Media.
The NCAA cleared Missouri true freshman defensive tackle Terry Beckner Jr. for 2015 eligibility.
Missouri HC Gary Pinkel is the eleventh-best head coach in the country, according to NFL Media.
Missouri dismissed projected starting redshirt sophomore DE Marcus Loud for a violation of team rules.
Missouri junior C Evan Boehm "gets good push at the point of attack, showing the hand placement, leg drive and competitiveness to clear a hole," writes CBS Sports' Rob Rang.
CBS Sports' Rob Rang writes that Missouri junior DT Harold Brantley "may the leader of the next wave of Mizzou defensive linemen ready to step forward as legitimate SEC stars."
Missouri redshirt senior ILB Kentrell Brothers "attacks the line of scrimmage in run support, frequently beating blockers to the action and forcing backs to adjust," writes CBS Sports' Rob Rang.