Missouri football 2013
Dan Devine's name won't be forgotten at Missouri, but he's close to being supplanted in the Tigers' record book.
Missouri made a noticeable change in its defensive alignment against Indiana on Saturday, but choose your words carefully when discussing it around Tigers defensive coordinator Dave Steckel.
“It’s probably just a misunderstanding,” Ealy said. “I talked to Aldon a couple times. It’s not affecting his game at all. ... Everybody’s still going to love him.”
Missouri's defensive line may not be collecting sacks, but it has come up with momentum-changing turnovers in two straight games for the Tigers, which improved to 3-0 on Saturday.
The Missouri Tigers football team defeated the Indiana Hoosiers 45-28 in Bloomington, Ind. The Missourian is providing updates during the game.
Missouri quarterback James Franklin threw two early interceptions but overcame the mistakes to lead the Tigers to a 45-28 win over Indiana.
The Missouri Tigers football team defeated the Indiana Hoosiers in Bloomington, Ind. Check here for images from our Missourian photo staff.
If you’re a student at Indiana University on a Friday afternoon, Saturday’s football game is far from your mind. With so much going on, who could blame you?
Welcome to Indiana University's Assembly Hall, one of the country's most prestigious basketball arenas.
Normally, football teams will do whatever it takes to slow down the other team. But Missouri coach Gary Pinkel says there are some ethics involved when it comes to stopping a fast-paced offense like the Tigers will see against Indiana on Saturday night.
Andrew Wilson won't be available for the first half on Saturday, which means one freshman will be given the opportunity to step up.
Missouri football's secondary thinks it has improved in 2013 after intercepting six passes in its first two games. But on Saturday, the Tigers face their stiffest test of the season against an Indiana offense averaging 339 passing yards per game.
Football coach Gary Pinkel made it clear last week that he wants his players to be compensated for their service. Monday, the players chimed in with their thoughts on the issue.
Missouri's starting defensive line has only managed one sack in two games, but junior defensive end Kony Ealy thinks it may have more to do with how the Tigers' opponents have constructed their game plans.
Head football coach Gary Pinkel said in a video post to his website that he thinks university-level football and basketball players should be paid for their play.
Missouri defensive lineman Markus Golden was named SEC Defensive Line Player of the Week on Monday.
Missouri has its first victim of college football's new targeting rule. Linebacker Andrew Wilson was ejected in the third quarter of Saturday's game against for an illegal hit above the shoulders.
Before Missouri's 38-23 win over Toledo on Saturday, Pinkel and offensive coordinator Josh Henson told Franklin to be smart when he scrambles out of the pocket and make sure to get down before taking a hit. Franklin may have been listening to their advice, but he didn't follow it.
Markus Golden ran for 30 touchdowns as a high school senior, but Missouri didn't recruit him to play running back. He still found a way to show off his speed in the Tigers' 38-23 victory on Saturday evening.
The Rockets totaled 387 yards of total offense, but James Franklin and the Tigers outgunned them in the fourth quarter for a double-digit win.
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