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Mizzou football’s spring game changed to indoor practice, now closed to public


Due to expected low temperatures, Mizzou football's spring game on Saturday is now moved to an indoor practice at the Devine Pavillion and will be closed to the public due to limited space.

Saturday's forecast is calling for morning lows in the 20's, strong winds and a wind chill factor in the low teens.

The MU Athletic Department says the decision to move the spring practice inside was made in the best interest of fan and player safety and the need to maximize all spring practice opportunities.

With the event now closed to the public, practice will only be open to parents, former players, recruits and media.

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