Oklahoma State, like their coach Eddie Sutton, has been known for its veteran presence, disciplined attitude, and tough-minded play.
Rock Bridge basketball coach Jim Scanlon and Hickman coach Jim Sutherland have a full weekend ahead of them, culminating at Mizzou Arena on Sunday at the 2006 MFA Oil-Break Time Shootout.
Cindy Stein said the reputation of the Missouri women’s basketball team got a big boost Wednesday night.
ST. LOUIS — Better than anyone, Mike Martz realized during the St. Louis Rams’ glory years that nothing lasts forever.
NEW YORK — The Kansas City Chiefs and New York Jets discussed a compensation package for coach Herman Edwards on Wednesday, a source familiar with the situation said on condition of anonymity.
ST. LOUIS — A quick goalie change helped the Nashville Predators end a four-game losing streak.
Turnovers, missed passes and baskets, and poor defense plagued the Hickman Kewpies Tuesday night at home.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. Anticipated all season, set up with matching blowouts and relentlessly hyped for the last month, the Rose Bowl everyone’s been waiting for is finally here.
MIAMI — This really was one for the ages.
Freshman Leo Lyons came in as the blue-chip recruit who Tiger fans hoped would eventually fill the hole left by Linas Kleiza at power forward.
The cup holders are nice. There are more bathrooms and wider aisles. And the seats are a lot more comfortable. But the company, now the company is second to none.
KANSAS CITY — The only 10-win team not in the playoffs seethed with frustration Monday. Players stuffed their belongings into black plastic bags and reluctantly said their goodbyes, filled with thoughts of what might have been.
ST. LOUIS — Now that Mike Martz has medical clearance to return to coaching, he will need to find a team.
ST. LOUIS — The St. Louis Blues finally got off to a strong start at home.
Friday’s game against Oakland surely didn’t excite many Missouri men’s basketball fans, but the 74-58 victory at least showed the Tigers are learning.
KANSAS CITY — With tears in his eyes, Dick Vermeil said this is really it. A third retirement means he is out of football.
KANSAS CITY — The Kansas City Chiefs gave Dick Vermeil a near-perfect goodbye gift.
MU quarterback Brad Smith stands behind the center and waits for the snap. Second-and-10, with 8:56 to play, the Tigers are down by 10 to Iowa State. They need something big to win their Homecoming game on this unseasonably warm October afternoon. The center snaps the ball. Smith looks to pass. But the quarterback who holds the NCAA record for single-season rushing yards always has the option to run.
SHREVEPORT, LA. — Gary Pinkel had coached his Missouri team to a comeback win in the Independence Bowl, celebrated with a Gatorade shower, spoken with the media and returned to the locker room to shower — this time conventionally.
For the Missouri football team’s seniors, this was it.