After uncertain start, Mizzou sports finished strong in 2020

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After uncertain start, Mizzou sports finished strong in 2020

COLUMBIA, Mo. — When 2020 began Mizzou was just getting to know its new football coach and settling in for what promised to be a pivotal conference basketball season. Soon enough, the coronavirus pandemic hijacked the headlines and disrupted the sports calendar in Columbia, from canceled seasons in the spring to a summer of doubt and uncertainties.

After a delayed start, the action picked up in September with the start of Eli Drinkwitz’s debut football season, followed by the best start by Mizzou men’s basketball in nearly a decade. As challenging as 2020 became, it’s ending on a high note for the black and gold. Here’s a look back at Mizzou’s top storylines from the past year:

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