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Truman's Terrace to debut at Missouri's season opener

Truman's Terrace officially opens its doors Saturday at Missouri's season opener against South Dakota State. The Mizzou Store hosted Black and Gold Friday giving patrons a 25 percent discount for wearing Missouri colors.

Tomorrow's season opening football game for the Tigers will also mark the debut of Truman's Terrace, the Southeastern Conference's first fully catered tailgate venue to be located on stadium grounds.

 

TIGER KICKOFF: Quarterback Maty Mauk becomes new face of Missouri football

Quarterback Maty — not Matt or Matthew — Mauk goes from rambunctious child to the Tigers' figurehead.

PHOTO GALLERY: Marching Mizzou practices for home game

Marching Mizzou and the Color Guard practice Friday afternoon to be ready for Saturday's game.

TIGER KICKOFF: 10 things to know about South Dakota State

On Saturday, Missouri football will face SDSU, a university that may have invented cookies and cream ice cream and that references Missouri in its school anthem.

TIGER KICKOFF: Toddler to Tiger: Vincent a model child

Before he clogged lanes in the Missouri defensive line, senior Lucas Vincent used his looks to get by.

TIGER KICKOFF: Missouri football captain Mitch Morse loses his lunch to avoid losing games

The left tackle has always put pressure on himself. Experience, along with a particular pregame ritual, helped him become a captain and stronghold on Missouri's offensive line entering his final season in Columbia.

Rock Bridge cross country aims to live up to high rankings

The girls team finished fifth last year in the state final. However, the team returns two senior runners Sam Farmer and Kayla Funkenbusch — one reason why the team is ranked at No. 1.

Stephens College soccer wins first season opener

The Stars, who struggled in a 1-17 2013 season, are off to a good start with their 2-1 victory.

TIGER KICKOFF: Five questions for players

Missouri football players tackle hot topics such as movies, classes, their early Super Bowl picks and essential summer attire.

Chiefs aim to revamp lineup for regular season

Kansas City Chiefs general manager John Dorsey and head coach Andy Reid are forced to consider adjustments among the team's starting lineup heading into regular season play.

Columbia College volleyball's Paula Rosa shows star potential at Hampton Inn Classic

The star of the first match was Paula Rosa. The 5-foot-11 senior finished with 15 kills, two more than Bethel's entire team. She didn't let up on the defensive end either, leading the Cougars with eight digs.

Royals find right recipe for small-market success

Kansas City Royals are looking for their first playoff appearance in nearly 30 years. The Royals have seen recent success, despite being a smaller-market team.

Missouri volleyball opens season with sweep of Mississippi Valley State

The win marks 35 consecutive regular season wins for the Tigers and the team's seventh consecutive season opening win. 

Former MU volleyball player Molly Kreklow selected to USA Volleyball World Championship team

Kreklow will compete in the Federation Internationale de Volleyball World Championships in Italy this fall.

 

Missouri women's soccer picks up first win

Senior Taylor Grant scored both goals for the Tigers, including a shot that she bounced off of the right post into the goal for the win. She has four goals on the year, only one behind her single-season record of five set in 2013. 

49ers linebacker Aldon Smith suspended by NFL

Smith won't be eligible to return until Nov. 10, the day after the 49ers' game against the New Orleans Saints.

Missouri football commit Drew Lock excited to play under Columbia lights

The Missouri-bound quarterback, now a senior at Lee's Summit High School, will make a visit to Columbia as his team takes on Hickman High School on Friday night.

Tolton volleyball earns first win

The Tolton volleyball team picked up its first win of the season against district foe Eugene.

Missouri quarterback Eddie Printz remembers Auburn tight end Lutzenkirchen

Philip Lutzenkirchen, who died in a single-car accident earlier this year, went to same high school and was a role model for Missouri quarterback Eddie Printz

Rock Bridge football not dwelling on slow start

The Bruins' focus turns to De Smet Jesuit High School after their loss the first week.

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