SHREVEPORT, LA. - The focus of the South Carolina football team could be summed up in one statement Thursday, as the Gamecocks made final preparations for their Independence Bowl match up today against Missouri.
What exactly, if the situation was to arise, would a college basketball team do without their starting point guard and floor general?
Two years ago, Sidney Rice was a big deal. A star high school football and basketball player in Gaffney, S.C, he was one of those guys who everyone knew.
There are more than 100 players on the Missouri football team, and some friendships seem to form naturally.
SHREVEPORT, La. — The Independence Bowl gets some Americans to turn on their televisions for a few hours at the end of the year. For big college football fans, it might even be a reason for temporary excitement before it becomes an afterthought in the shadow of more prestigious bowls.
The holiday season is renowned for overindulgence, and New Year’s Eve celebrations are no exception. But beware the aches and pains that accompany the morning after the night before.
“5 ... 4 ... 3 ... 2 ... 1 ... and 1 again! Happy New Year!”
Servers in 20 of Columbia’s bars and restaurants have learned the consequences of serving underage and intoxicated drinkers and how to avoid doing so through the voluntary State of Missouri Alcohol Responsibility Training online program.
There’s a good chance Boone County voters will see a proposed bond issue and sales tax increase on their April 4 ballots. The measures would pay for an expansion of the county courthouse and other building projects.
The Center for Geospatial Intelligence at MU will receive $1.75 million in next year’s defense appropriations bill, according to a recent announcement by Sen. Kit Bond, R-Mo.
Jason Brock takes the bus every day from Wabash Station to Paris Road to cut his walk to work to only a mile and a half. He said the last thing he thinks about is art, but that is exactly what the 95-year-old Wabash Station is about to get.
The bottom of the door to Homer’s Auto Repairs scrapes against the cold, concrete floor. In the window of the door, next to the “Open” sign, swings the declaration: “Out for Parts,” barely kept stable by aging duct tape and paper clips.
The last time Missouri beat a Southeastern Conference team in football, a young coach named Gary Pinkel had just been promoted to offensive coordinator at Washington, the Cold War was reaching its climax and Brad Smith was still in diapers.
The Missouri women’s basketball had three major milestones Thursday night.
SHREVEPORT, La. -- One last time, Missouri was able to count on Brad Smith. And, yet another time, the greatest offensive producer the school has ever seen came through.
Subscribers to the Mobile Missourian's sports results text messaging service received these dispatches throughout the game:
For the first time this season Missouri’s basketball team is two games above .500.