Integrity Wins

Phil Snowden on Life as a Quarterback and Curator

  Earlier this year, I sat down with Phil Snowden for a cup of coffee. I sat there and reflected on my years as a high schooler sitting in front of the tall wood cabinet that housed our radio, listening to Mahlon Aldridge’s voice blasting out of the speakers. The owner and voice of the […]

Gene McArtor Defines ‘Missouri Made’

  Gene McArtor has a dark secret about the sport he has carried with him since childhood. “I have to admit: I grew up a Philadelphia Phillies fan.” Let that set in. The Webster Groves, Missouri, native who left an indelible mark on Mizzou baseball as a player, coach and administrator, did not bleed Cardinal red. “I […]

Terrence Phillips: ‘I’m not letting basketball use me’

Terrence Phillips was laying in bed in Italy after an international men’s basketball game when he got an email that would change the course of his life at home — he just didn’t know it yet. That was in August, when Phillips had been chosen as Mizzou’s representative to the Southeastern Conference Men’s Basketball Leadership […]