Former Mizzou record-setting quarterback Chase Daniel will be holding online chats this Friday, May 1st in an effort to raise money for the Food Bank of Central and Northeast Missouri.
The event will feature as many as 10 of his teammates from the 2007 team that eventually rose to Number 1 in the nation while finishing with a school record 12 wins and final ranking of Number 4.
Daniel, will co-host the chat with the Voice of the Tigers Mike Kelly.
Some of the Tiger legends joining the chat include Jeremy Maclin, Chase Coffman, and Tony Temple. Daniel has set a goal of raising fifty thousand dollars for the Food bank and he has pledged to match funds up to 25 thousand on his own.
The event will be streamed on Daniel’s Twitter @ChaseDaniel and Facebook OfficialChaseDaniel channels.
The NBA is reportedly planning on reopening practice facilities in areas where local governments have relaxed stay-at-home restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic.
ESPN reported that Georgia was specifically cited by one of many team executives who are interested in getting players back into training.
Players would be allowed to voluntarily work out individually but not as a team, and the NBA plans to find alternative training arrangements for players in states where stay-at-home orders remain fully intact.
According to ESPN sources the league’s move to reopen facilities does not mean the season is starting anytime soon.