Missouri announced on Monday morning that it has received an anonymous $62 million donation, with $5
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Missouri announced on Monday morning that it has received an anonymous $62 million donation, with $50 million earmarked for stadium upgrades and $12 million for NIL...

"The donor, who wishes to remain anonymous, has designated $50 million for the Memorial Stadium Improvements project to modernize Mizzou Football's home stadium, including the redevelopment of the North Concourse and other stadium upgrades. The remaining $12 million will go toward Mizzou's Tiger Fund — a charitable program through the Tiger Scholarship Fund that benefits Mizzou student-athletes," Mizzou announced.

"The $62 million commitment is more than double Mizzou Athletics' prior record gift received in 2012."

"This extraordinary commitment is a major step toward fulfilling our vision to transform Memorial Stadium and create the best college football game-day atmosphere in the country," Missouri AD Desireé Reed-Francois said.

"Our pivotal stadium project is not possible without our donor, whose passion for Mizzou's success, coupled with humility, faith and generosity, are unparalleled. Mizzou Football fans displayed their passion last season with five consecutive home sellouts, and our donor's momentous contribution will not only enhance those magical experiences at Memorial Stadium but will greatly impact our student-athletes across every sport as they pursue their dreams as Tigers. We would like to thank our Board of Curators and President Choi for their support, and we are also grateful for Mizzou Senior Associate Director of Athletics Greg Hulen and Vice Chancellor Jackie Lewis for their efforts on this generous commitment."

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Green Cup28 days
Johnny Morris, Bass Pro founder?
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chalmetteowl29 days
They should have demanded Mizzou go back to the Big XII for that money
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CanebreakCajun29 days
Mizzou 2025 National Champs. They'll blow that 12 million in a year.
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bigDgator29 days
It's mine. I left that briefcase there by mistake.

I will gladly pay a reward.
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Tiger98529 days
It was Ted Danson.
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Hangit29 days
Worth $80 million so probably not. Brad Pitt is worth $400 million. Also, Brad Pitt actually is an alum, so there's that.
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TheRouxGuru29 days
Nice find but odds are Brad Pitt doesn’t give one single frick about college football unless it benefits him in someway
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Hangit28 days
I agree, but I think finding someone who actually has is related to the university that can spare $62 million would be the first step in figuring who the donor is.
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spslayto29 days
So 12 million directly to the school for NIL? NCAA should have done something before Pandora's box was opened.
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