Dropping back to pass, Mississippi quarterback Brent Schaeffer looked for an open receiver. The pocket was rapidly collapsing.
Football fans in Columbia will have to wait two more weeks to see firsthand what people in St. Louis and Springdale, Ark., already know: Rock Bridge is in midseason form.
issouri fell to No. 4 Santa Clara 3-1 on Friday at the Texas Invitational in Austin, Texas.
Even though a few minutes earlier he had keeled over in exhaustion, DeMarre Carroll’s workout wasn’t quite finished.
The No. 18 ranked MU soccer team will return to the field today against the Loyola-Chicago Ramblers.
Marie Vineyard, Hickman’s second-year girls’ golf coach, grew up as a serious golfer in Washington, but left the course for four years to pursue another athletic dream. She played varsity softball at the University of Washington while getting her education degree.
The Missouri men’s cross country team finished first and the women’s team second in the Tigers’ season opener Saturday at the 13th annual Missouri Invitational at A.L. Gustin Golf Course.
After Chase Daniel ran for 89 yards against Mississippi, he drew a lot of comparisons to former Missouri quarterback Brad Smith. And he’s OK with that.
Gary Pinkel and the Missouri football players had to have known the topic was going to come up. They know what week it is. And as much as they would like to forget about it, they are well aware of what that has meant in the past.
It’s a culture, a way of life. It’s Southeastern Conference football, seeped in tradition, enhanced by historical rivalries.
The Hickman football team will travel about 300 miles tonight to Bentonville, Ark., to play the Bentonville Tigers.
The Missouri soccer team has shut out four consecutive opponents. That is a school record and a good start to the career of sophomore goalkeeper Mallory Forst. Although coach Bryan Blitz has praised the performance of his young netminder, he is quick to dish out additional credit to the 10 players in front of her for the team’s defensive accomplishments.
Rock Bridge quarterback Logan Gray remembers all of his games, especially the victories.
Midway through Thursday’s game against Camdenton, the Hickman boys’ soccer team had an injury. It was to “Assistant Coach.”
She’s a cool-headed senior now, but Hickman softball player Jennifer Bieberly remembers four years ago when she wasn’t nearly as poised.
Homework is a part of every student’s life. Those who juggle both academics and athletics face an even bigger struggle balancing their work in the classroom with their sports.
For Tim Cornell, it will be just like old times.
Rock Bridge freshman Amy Bildner doesn’t say much.
At Monday’s media day, running back Tony Temple admitted he had heard of Mississippi linebacker Patrick Willis. After that, there wasn’t much.
After a somewhat down practice Wednesday, Hickman goalie Brent Tegerdine found a way to lighten the mood for his teammates. Tegerdine swapped his goalie gloves for a hair clipper as the team gathered at a shelter near one end of the soccer field and cheered as sophomore Matt Brumit’s black hair fall to the pavement.