Missouri vs. Florida
Losses by many ranked teams on Saturday shook up the SEC and the weekly rankings.
Saturday's win was about a team that withstood the injuries, suffocated Florida's offense and did what it had to do to improve to 7-0 and take control of the SEC East.
The defense was phenomenal. The running game was excellent. The receivers displayed their usual freak athleticism. But all eyes were on Maty Mauk.
On coach Gary Pinkel's weekly radio show on Monday, players expressed frustration with the attendance at Memorial Stadium early in the season. Before Missouri's game against Florida on Saturday, fans seemed to respond.
The Missouri Tigers football defeated the Florida Gators 36-17 at Memorial Stadium. Check here for images from inside and outside the stadium.
Football fans gathered outside Memorial Stadium on Saturday for tailgate parties before the Missouri Tigers football team played the Florida Gators.
The Missouri Tigers football team defeated the Florida Gators 36-17 at Memorial Stadium. The Missourian provided score updates and social media posts during the game.
The Tigers outgained the Gators 500-151 in total offense and ran their record to 7-0 for the first time since 2010.
Seemingly an afterthought in Missouri's surprise start, backup quarterback Maty Mauk was thrust into the spotlight during the fourth quarter Saturday. Now, the new starter will get to show off his skills at home.
Missouri is trying to improve to 7-0 for the second time under head coach Gary Pinkel. You know that Florida poses a tough challenge for Missouri, but here are 10 things you might not know about the Gators.
Missouri guard Max Copeland, the driving force behind 'Copeland's Cranium,' has been prohibited from talking to the media for two weeks but has found a way to still speak his mind.
Gator fans have made their way to Columbia for Saturday's football game between Missouri and Florida, bringing their customs and expectations with them.
The sophomore placekicker leads the nation in touchbacks (38), but we wanted to get to know him off the field.