Mizzou Hoops coaches are speaking out on the continuing nationwide protests.
Yesterday, Tigers head basketball coach Cuonzo Martin tweeted about how people in and outside the game can take measures to promote justice.
Martin said for too long, we’ve seen violence toward people of color, the hate, the racism, the systemic oppression.
It has to stop.
MU basketball’s strength and conditioning coach Nicodemus Christopher also issued a statement on a Twitter.
And Mizzou Athletics Director Jim Sterk tweeted that together, we will make a difference in the fight to end prejudice, racism and injustice.
The Kansas City Chiefs’ virtual offseason continued on Friday as rookie tailback Clyde Edwards-Helaire, offensive tackle Mitchell Schwartz and kicker Harrison Butker talked with the media through a web call.
In between virtual meetings, Schwartz- an avid cook has been sharing some of his favorite recipes on social media.
You can check out some Schwartz’s recipes on the Chiefs’ YouTube page.