The 2013 Missouri team wanted to be different, but it's tough to ignore the similarities to 2007.
Tigers fans' travels to the Southeastern Conference Championship in Atlanta and MU's selection of R. Bowen Loftin as its new chancellor resonated with readers this week.
Hickman's Emily Miller led the way to a 63-31 over Troy, and Rock Bridge toppled Blue Springs 61-28 in a rematch of last season's Class 5 championship.
Fans responded to the news that the Missouri Tigers would be playing in the Cotton Bowl against the Oklahoma State Cowboys.
Missouri's ranking in the AP Poll dropped to No. 9 after its loss to Auburn at the SEC Championship.
The Missouri women's basketball team set records in points scored in a half and total points scored in its 126-55 win against Bradley. The Tigers made 18 3-pointers, tying the record set by last year's team.
This week, Missouri basketball picked up two wins to help soften the blow felt when football fell to Auburn in a high-scoring SEC Championship game and volleyball was knocked out of the NCAA tournament.
The Chiefs (10-3), who lost two to the Denver Broncos sandwiched around a defeat to the San Diego Chargers, went back to doing what they did so well during their 9-0 start — beat up on a bad team.
Arizona quarterback Carson Palmer completed 27 of 32 passes to snap the Cardinals' eight-game losing streak against NFC West foes.
Blowing snow so obscured the yard markers during games yesterday that television networks superimposed the yard lines and numbers for viewers at home who couldn't see them.
The Tigers will play Oklahoma State on Jan. 3 in Dallas.
After losing to Auburn in the Southeastern Conference Championship, Missouri slipped out of the BCS. Instead, it has accepted a bid to play in the Cotton Bowl against Oklahoma State.
Missouri had a chance to validate its season in the SEC Championship Game. Instead, it allowed 677 yards of offense in a 59-42 loss to Auburn on the biggest stage in college football.
Missouri's 3-1 loss to Purdue in the second round of the NCAA tournament Saturday at the Hearnes Center marked an early and unexpected exit.
A team that had dreams of a national championship is now headed out of the BCS — barring a bizarre sequence of events — and to some place a long way from southern California.
Hickman basketball beat Moberly 71-28, and Rock Bridge followed up with a 71-61 win over Kirkwood at the annual event.
"Let's go Tigers." It could have been a nonpartisan chant. But the lawn between the Georgia Dome and the Georgia World Congress Center was a sea of blue and orange. Not a Missouri fan in sight.
The victory was Missouri’s 79th consecutive home win against a non-conference opponent. The Tigers are 9-0.
On Friday evening, a 40-passenger bus stalled outside a gas station in Kentucky. The bus service called other companies for help, but none obliged. So driver Bob Bargeon took matters into his own hands.
Missouri students, fans and alumni descended on Atlanta on Saturday to watch the Missouri football team play for the SEC Championship.