Missouri football 2013
Thanksgiving break, the Southeastern Conference volleyball championship and an upcoming game against Texas A&M had Missouri football players and coaches in a festive mood this week.
Missouri beats Texas A&M 28-21 to advance to next week's SEC Title game against Auburn.
Somewhere along the line, "Johnny Football" became a spectacle, but he hasn’t lost anything on the football field. He’s the same athlete with the same ability to make something out of nothing.
With one week left in the regular season for the Missouri Tigers, the future of their impressive second season in the Southeastern Conference comes down to whether Missouri can beat Texas A&M.
As Missouri senior Max Copeland prepares for his final game at Faurot Field, he reflects on his outlandish career with the Tigers.
Johnny Manziel keeps fans and not-so-fond football watchers guessing. He comes from a wealthy oil family in Texas, almost went to play for the Oregon Ducks and has a 21-year-old "Uncle Nate," who stirs the talk about the Texas A&M quarterback.
The fifth-year senior spills on his go-to wrestling move, "Saving Private Ryan" and his choice for the best quarterback in college football.
The recipe for stopping Peyton Manning and Tom Brady has been the same for years. Get pressure on them, and you have a chance. The same can be said about most quarterbacks, in fact. Except Johnny Manziel.
Having verbally committed to Missouri, the Michigan high school defensive end wasn't really thinking about other colleges. But earlier this month, Notre Dame came calling and extended a scholarship offer to Williams, who is listed as a three-star recruit by 247sports.com.
Every week, reserve players form a scout team offense to help the Tigers defense learn opponents' tendencies. But how are they preparing for Johnny Manziel?
Two games Saturday will decide which teams play for the Southeastern Conference Championship in Atlanta on Dec. 7.
The top three teams in the BCS standings were unchanged: Alabama, Florida State and Ohio State — the remaining undefeated teams in BCS automatic qualifying conferences.
Missouri's decisive win in Oxford and upsets in the Top 10 pushed Missouri higher in Sunday's poll.
Missouri came into the game allowing touchdowns on only 55 percent of opponents’ red zone opportunities.
The Tigers finished perfect on the road for the first time in 34 years. An upcoming season finale against Texas A&M is the final regular-season test for Missouri, the SEC's biggest surprise.
Check out our gallery of photos from the game between the Missouri Tigers and the Ole Miss Rebels.
The Missouri Tigers beat the Ole Miss Rebels in Oxford, Miss., in the second-to-last game of the regular season. Here's what some fans had to say on Twitter.
The Grove at Ole Miss is one of college football's greatest traditions. Dominated by sly tactics and unwritten rules, the transformation from muddy park to a sea of tents tells a deeper story than you might think.
The Missouri Tigers defeated the Ole Miss Rebels on Saturday evening in Oxford, Miss. The Missourian provided score updates and social media posts during the game.
The Tigers finished their road schedule perfect (5-0) for the first time since 1979 and collected their 10th win of the season. James Franklin had 183 total yards in his return to the starting lineup.
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