Missouri State’s offense scored seven touchdowns to lead it to a 51-21 win over the maroon-clad defense in the Bears’ annual Maroon and White Spring Football Game here Saturday.
The Missouri State football Bears conclude spring drills on Saturday with the team's annual Maroon and White Game, at Robert W. Plaster Stadium, starting at Noon.
Missouri State season tickets for the upcoming campaign are available now, according to Duane Miller, director of MSU athletics ticket sales and service.
It was an afternoon that featured a lot of situational plays, particularly third-down scenarios, but in the end it was junior kicker Shelby Harris who won the day, converting a 51-yard field goal that skipped over the cross bar on the final play...
Missouri State head football coach Dave "Stec" Steckel was pleased with the efforts of both his offense and defense Friday afternoon as the Bears ran through 90 plays at Plaster Stadium in the club's second spring intrasquad scrimmage.
Missouri State got an opportunity to see its football future starting to evolve here Friday as the Bears finished their second week of spring drills with the squad’s first scrimmage of the year at Plaster Stadium