It was everything they hoped for this season. Missouri’s twin terrors at tight end, junior Martin Rucker and sophomore Chase Coffman, put up the numbers that they were expected to all season.
Missouri volleyball is not just an overnight sensation. Last year, coach Wayne Kreklow took a Missouri program that had never advanced beyond the NCAA Tournament’s second round to the Elite Eight.
Ice is surprisingly important for the Missouri gymnastics team. Whether it is for an ankle, a wrist or maybe a shoulder, it is a big part of life for the Tigers, especially now.
"From The Press Box" is a quarter-by-quarter update of Missouri football games with a post game recap right after the final whistle blows.
Stefhon Hannah and Jason Horton complement each other on the basketball court. And, it appears, at the dessert table.
A month ago, it was the chance to set this Missouri football team apart from the past.
KANSAS CITY — NFL rushing leader Larry Johnson made the Denver Broncos’ fifth-ranked run defense look ordinary.
When Tess Hayes played basketball for Higbee High School, the teams were six-on-six.
NEW YORK — John Riggins was the type of player kids loved emulating. He was a bruising runner with a mean streak and big shoulder pads who plowed through defenders and dragged them along for the ride, all the way to the Hall of Fame.
Somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean is a freighter loaded with 13 tons of coveted supplies, steaming its way toward North America.
ST. LOUIS — It’s a weekly topic at Rams Park: What’s wrong with a defense that can’t stop the run?
In 1978, Ken Ash was in his final year as coach of the Hickman boys basketball team. Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson produced a No. 1 hit that year that implored mammas everywhere not to let their babies grow up to be cowboys.
Unlike most standout Big 12 Conference football players, Jon Cornish was not heavily recruited in high school.
An Missouri football player charged with assault in June pleaded guilty to peace disturbance Wednesday in Boone County Circuit Court. But the judge declined his plea.
Missouri 6-foot-3 center EeTisha Riddle doesn’t usually look up to too many players. But Tuesday night, she found herself looking up to Stanford’s 6-foot-5 Kristen Newlin. And 6-foot-4 Jayne Appel.
Missouri wide receiver Jared Perry is generously listed at 6-foot-1, 170 pounds in the media guide.
The students start chanting his last name with about two minutes left. The other players on the Missouri bench, just moments away from another win, start to stir. Then, the man everybody wants to see stands up. He gets some last-minute instructions from coach Mike Anderson before pulling off his warm-up jacket. He runs to the scorer’s table to check in. And then the crowd erupts.
The Columbia College men’s basketball team just can’t seem to get it right.
After an almost two-year self inspection, the University of Missouri Department of Athletics was re-certified by the NCAA.
Wrestling is an individual sport. But being a successful team is a large part of having individual success.