Devine Pavilion

The Daniel J. Devine Indoor Practice Facility, named for Hall of Fame Coach Dan Devine, is a multi-purpose facility which benefits a wide array of sport programs at the University of Missouri. Constructed for $12 million in the summer of 1998, the "Devine" serves as the site of the Missouri Tiger football program's practices all throughout the season and in the spring, in addition to serving as a training facility for off-season conditioning workouts.

  • Devine Pavilion - 2014
  • Devine Pavilion - 2007

In addition, the Tigers can avoid inclement weather and conduct a full-scale practice on the 90-yard artificial surface inside the facility. The facility has come in especially handy recently, as the Tigers practiced inside extensively late into the winter months in preparation for bowl games nine times from 2003-13.

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When Daylight Saving Time cedes way to Standard Time late in the fall, the Tigers will often times go inside to finish practice in the Devine Pavilion. A large sound system also allows for the Tigers to simulate crowd noise as they prepare for road games.

The Devine Pavilion is located just south of the Mizzou Athletics Training Complex and adjacent to the Tigers' natural grass practice fields. The facility also plays host to in-season and off-season workouts for numerous Tiger sport programs, primarily which include baseball, softball and soccer.

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