Missouri football's Marcus Murphy a threat with the ball or without it

Marcus Murphy takes a break from the heat to get some water during a scrimmage held during summer camp on Aug. 12.

For the first time this season, Marcus Murphy didn't have a kick or punt return in a game. But he still racked up 94 all-purpose yards, and his presence on the field is enough to pressure opposing defenses.

Rock Bridge swimmer Zach Lorson shines in debut

Bruins freshman Zach Lorson fares well as Rock Bridge finished first out of 19 teams and produced more state qualifying times over the weekend.

Western Division continues to dominate SEC

 "It's the best division in college football, and I don't think it's even close," Auburn coach Gus Malzahn said of the Western Division.

Chiefs quarterback takes responsibility for offense

KANSAS CITY — The past two weeks, when the Kansas City Chiefs have struggled to score touchdowns in the red zone, Andy Reid has insisted that he needs to put his players in better position to succeed.

Wide receiver Bailey back at practice for Rams

Stedman Bailey served half of a four-game suspension for violating the NFL's performance-enhancing drug policy. He was at home in Miami when he learned about the agreement on a new policy and took the first plane out Wednesday, arriving in time for practice.

Rare flop for Royals bullpen in 7-5 loss to White Sox

The rare bullpen failure prevented Kansas City from gaining ground on AL Central leader Detroit, which lost at Minnesota.

Hickman softball pulls out 5-2 win over Jefferson City

The Kewpies had a productive sixth-inning to secure the win

UPDATE: Two Mizzou men's basketball players arrested, suspended

Freshmen Jakeenan Gant and D'Angelo Allen were arrested early Sunday on suspicion of third-degree assault.

Hickman boys soccer beats Rock Bridge to end losing streak

Hickman High School's boys soccer team broke an eight-game losing streak to city rival Rock Bridge High School on Tuesday night. The Kewpies won on penalty kicks after tying 2-2 in regulation.

Shane Ray says he's focused on "being a Missouri Tiger"

Defensive end Shane Ray, the reigning Southeastern Conference Defensive Player of the Week, says talk of him being an NFL draft choice isn't distracting him from his team goals with Missouri.

TIGER KICKOFF: Meet the SEC Network personalities

The SEC Network hired an array of talent for its Aug. 14 launch. Here are four of their stories.

MU Museum of Anthropology curator sets world record

Candy Sall was surprised to find she broke a world record with her bow and arrows at the U.S. National Flight Championship.

The Force isn't strong with Missouri "Star Wars" clothing line

A "Star Wars" clothing line with Missouri designs was released at The Mizzou Store in the summer, but low sales are possibly preventing another intergalactic shipment.

Battle volleyball falls to Jefferson City in straight sets

The Spartans are now 1-6 on the season.

Stephens College falls to Lindenwood

Stars are now 4-4 this season after losing to the Lynx in four sets.

Columbia College volleyball hungry for 25th consecutive conference title

With its conference opponents improving, the Columbia College volleyball team is looking to continue its streak of 24 consecutive championships.

Two Missouri soccer seniors pave the way for Tigers

The chemistry between seniors Kaysie Clark and Taylor Grant has been pivotal for the group's success thus far.

Columbia College Athletic Hall of Fame to induct 12th class

The ceremony is scheduled for Oct. 3 on the Columbia campus.

TIGER KICKOFF: 10 things you didn't know about Indiana University

Indiana University students have a motto: "We’ve never lost a tailgate." Tailgating is among the best-known hobbies of the school — outside its academics and hoops, of course.

Christian Fellowship boys soccer comes back to win

Tuesday night's win brings the Knights to 4-1.