TIGER KICKOFF: T.J. Moe plans on strong finish for Missouri football team

Missouri receiver T.J. Moe poses for a portrait. As a teen, Moe knew he wanted to play for Missouri. Moe was recruited as a safety, but he quickly switched to receiver.

T.J. Moe doesn't worry about how declining statistics might affect his NFL draft stock or his legacy as a Missouri player. He's just trying to turn things around.

Gas prices drop as cold weather approaches

Gas prices are on the decline in the United States, which is an annual occurrence due to the cooler weather and reduced recreation. The Midwest has experienced the largest drop in prices.

TIGERS REPORT: Missouri, Kentucky both still looking for first SEC win

Missouri returner Marcus Murphy is getting national buzz for his performance this season, and Saturday's play features high-profile conference matchups in the SEC.

E-BOOK: Tiger Kickoff Missouri vs. Kentucky

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Ammunition shortage leaves 'Little Joe' transitioning to softer sound

The sound of "Little Joe," the cannon fired after Missouri scores at Faurot Field, has become noticeably softer because of a decrease in the ammunition that causes the loud outbursts.

Schaefer brings tenacity, ambition to second state Senate campaign

Senate incumbent Kurt Schaefer is trying to become the first Republican to win consecutive terms in the 19th District.

Fearlessness drives Mary Still's campaign for 19th District Senate seat

The two-term state representative knows she's facing an uphill battle against incumbent Kurt Schaefer, but her beliefs about the role of government in society motivates her to take on that challenge.

TIGER KICKOFF: Missouri trainer provides treatment based on relationships, trust

Rex Sharp, who is in his 17th season at Missouri as a trainer, learned a long time ago that there’s a lot more to treating a player than just patching them up.

19th Senate District is new battleground for veteran candidates

Sen. Kurt Schaefer and Rep. Mary Still are facing off in their bid to represent the newly redrawn 19th Missouri Senate District.  

AMERICAN NEXT: Young politicians say young voters are insufficiently involved

Missouri state Rep. Stephen Webber and 44th District seat candidate Caleb Rowden are young politicians looking at ways to inspire young voters to become active in their community.

Sizeable lineman Jennings a work in progress for Hickman football

Jon Jennings, a 6-foot-8, 400-pound offensive tackle for the Kewpies, had quit football previously, and the senior's focus and work ethic are still issues, but he has stuck with it with the support of his teammates.

Former MU resident advisers unite to visit Hatch Hall

Hatch Hall has greatly changed since mid-'70s, but former resident advisers have maintained lifetime friendships from their experiences.

DEAR READER: It is not just another election year for the Missourian

The Missourian's campaign coverage has been outstanding this year with hardworking reporters and editors.

MizzouDiversity Summit will host workshops, guest speaker at MU

MizzouDiversity Summit will give participants a chance to look at MU's progress on campus issues of diversity.


Dixon, Bull suspended for violating team rules

Michael Dixon Jr. and Dominique Bull have been suspended for violating team rules. Coach Haith said there is not yet a set timeline for when the players will return.

Missouri basketball ranked No. 15 in AP preseason poll

Missouri was ranked No. 15 in The Associated Press' preseason college basketball poll. Indiana, Louisville and Kentucky took the top three spots.

Tigers tweet about exams, the Cardinals and Homecoming weekend

Missouri football players used Twitter to express their thoughts about the Cardinals, their game against Kentucky and a long week of exams.

Suspect of two assaults on MU campus arrested

Timothy Anderson was arrested on two counts of third-degree assault, according to a release from the MU Police Department. One of the assaults was described as a "bear hug."

TIGER KICKOFF: Fast Five: Jack Meiners

As Missouri gears up for Homecoming on Saturday, offensive lineman Jack Meiners shares some of the things he loves off the field. 

TIGER KICKOFF: 10 things you didn't know about Kentucky

With Kentucky headed to Columbia this weekend to serve as as Missouri's Homecoming opponent, we bring you 10 things you didn't know about Kentucky.