Jasper Simmons

Missouri Tigers #9 - Free Safety

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 205

Florida Man! The history of Missouri football players from the Sunshine State


Ever wondered how bad Florida recruiting has been for Missouri? Well...let’s find out.

Everybody's hurt, and J'Mon's confident

Practice reports from day two of Missouri's 2015 spring practices.

The incredible, tiny class of 2012

With the dismissal of Dorial Green-Beckham and four other members, Missouri's 2012 recruiting class could have become a lost class. Instead, it is the reason Missouri is again a top-20 team in 2014.

2011 Missouri Football Preview: Safeties


A look at the Missouri safeties for the 2011 college football season. Likely starters: Kenji Jackson and Matt White.

2011 Season Preview: The Missouri Tigers And The Living, Breathing Spread

A look at the 2011 Missouri Tigers football team. With an ever-evolving spread offense, Missouri has won 40 games in four seasons. They won ten games last fall despite defensive injuries; can they...

2011 Walkthrough: Safeties


A look at the safety position for the 2011 Missouri Tigers football team. Potential starters include Kenji Jackson, Matt White and Tavon Bolden.

Iowa: Beyond the Box Score


Statistics and analysis from last week's Insight Bowl between Missouri and Iowa. Missouri lost, 27-24, but has a lot to be excited about in 2011.

Iowa State: Beyond the Box Score


Statistics and analysis from Missouri's 14-0 win over Iowa State in Ames last Saturday night.

Mizzou Beats Iowa State: The Links


Links from Saturday's 14-0 Missouri win over Iowa State in Ames. Also: Big 12 links and analysis.

Mizzou Beats Kansas State: A Diary


Summary and analysis from Saturday's Missouri-Kansas State football game at Faurot Field in Columbia. Mizzou used a big third quarter to pull away for a 38-28 win.

Ask An Expert: Q&A With The Missouri Tigers


What are the Tigers' weaknesses, strengths, and what about their special teams? How is Nebraska going to beat them?

Revisiting the 2010 Missouri Tigers


Despite the loss of Derrick Washington to legal problems, the Missouri Tigers have improved this season and are a legitimate team to content both in the conference and nationally.