KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The University of Missouri Board of Curators are slated to review a proposal Sunday calling for a new indoor football practice facility for the Mizzou Tigers.
According to an agenda and board documents posted on the curators website, the board will consider a proposal for a new full-size indoor football practice facility to replace the less-than-full-size Devine Pavilion.
The resolution says the new indoor football facility would also clear up usage of the Devine Pavilion for other sports such as baseball, softball and soccer.
If curators passed the resolution, Mizzou Athletic Director Jim Stern and others would begin a process to evaluate the scope of the project, budget and financial support.
That process would result in a follow-up report to curators by Jan. 30, 2021.