ST. LOUIS — La Costa Canyon senior Chase Budinger may not have been dressed for the weather, but he was certainly ready to play basketball.
For Quin Snyder, Melvin and Marcus Watkins, it was a homecoming.
Dominating is the best way to describe the first 16 matches of MU wrestler Ben Askren’s junior season. In each of those matches, Askren has completely controlled his opponent and earned a victory.
Senior Jimmy McKinney has found himself in unfamiliar territory this season.
When MU senior wrestler Chris McCormick was in his sophomore season for the Tigers, his brother Tyler was at home in Kansas, wrestling an undefeated senior season in high school.
The Rock Bridge boys basketball team burst through the double doors Tuesday to Jay-Z rapping the words “Bring ‘Em Out,” and into the roar of the standing crowd.
In 2004-05, Columbia College women’s basketball player Laura Elliot averaged less than six points a game, playing as a reserve behind All-American senior Lisa Kowelewski after transferring from Southwest Illinois Community College.
Two distinctly different pictures emerge from the Hickman sidelines during the Kewpies’ home wrestling meets.
Hickman and Rock Bridge both had successful football seasons this year and it showed Tuesday when the Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association announced its all-state teams.
With the final stroke of the anchor leg of the men’s 800-yard freestyle relay, it was over.
ST. LOUIS — Ryan Fitzpatrick will get his second start for the St. Louis Rams, even though the rookie quarterback from Harvard struggled in his first one.
KANSAS CITY — Challenges won and penalties against opponents are two obscure stats that all year long have been lopsided in favor of Kansas City’s rivals.
MANHATTAN, Kan. — New Kansas State coach Ron Prince acknowledged the significance of his hiring but said he hoped to be remembered for his achievements.
Gary Pinkel’s Tigers are bound for Shreveport and a showdown with Steve Spurrier’s South Carolina Gamecocks on Dec. 30. It’s a chance to erase the bitter memory of the last bowl, when MU went to Louisiana in 2003 and lost to Arkansas. The game will be on ESPN. If you want to go, you can buy a ticket as early as 8 a.m. today. For more on tickets and travel arrangements, see below.
There were no dramatic twists, no last-minute changes or surprises. Just the announcement everyone was expecting: Missouri will play in the Independence Bowl in Shreveport, La., for the second time in three years.
Jason Simpson has long been considered Missouri’s unofficial player spokesman; the man to talk for an anecdote or analysis, an obscenity or an outburst.
Missouri’s Independence Bowl foe won’t be the famed Florida Gators as anticipated the past few weeks, but the Tigers will take on Steve Spurrier, one of the greatest coaches in Florida football history.
Missouri volleyball coach Wayne Kreklow said in the days before Tigers’ NCAA Tournament first- and second-round matches that serving and the team’s home-court advantage needed to be the difference for the team to be successful.
The fast pace of New York City impresses Carl Edwards, which might be surprising coming from a guy who drives 200 mph for a living.
The scoreboard read 70-3. But it said much, much more than that.