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MU football continues to honor former teammate Aaron O'Neal

Aaron O’Neal died in July 2005, but the Tigers have still found a way to carry on his legacy by letting a teammate wear his No. 25 every game.

Cyclists fundraise for multiple sclerosis

The two-day event raised as much as $2.4 million, said a chapter spokeswoman for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Tigers roll in home opener over SEMO

For the game's first 30 minutes, the No. 6 Tigers toyed with Southeast Missouri State, from Cape Girardeau, countering every SEMO flicker of hope with a crowd-pleasing haymaker on their way to a 42-0 lead. They finished with a 52-3 win.

More fun to see MU, less fun parking

Football fans are beginning to pay the price of success. With bigger crowds coming to the Tigers' games, it's becoming a bigger headache to find parking.

MU reserve QBs show promise

Any fans left in the stadium after the Tigers put up 42 points against Southeast Missouri State got a first look at MU’s reserve quarterbacks, who are likely to see more playing time, especially during Missouri’s nonconference schedule.

MU soccer team rebounds

After being shut out by California on Saturday, the Tigers kept Eastern Washington scoreless on Sunday.

Hallsville wins first varsity home game

Hallsville's varsity high school football program was built in just two years with help from the community and guidance from coach John Morris, who came out of retirement to lead the team. The Indians won their first home varsity game, 19-8, on Friday.

Cougars pull together for tournament title

The Columbia College volleyball team dropped the first match of the Best Western Classic, but three straight wins followed, helping the Cougars win the tournament and learn some valuable lessons.

Columbia College soccer team nets victory

A successful road trip included the first win of the season for the Cougars soccer team.

Bruins sixth at Great 8 tennis tournament

Tigers third at volleyball invite

Missouri's victory against St. John's in its final match set up a three-team tiebreaker.

Stephens cross country places fifth at meet

Illinois governor declares Tigers Day to settle bet

Because Missouri whipped Illinois in football last weekend, Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich had to proclaim Saturday "University of Missouri Tigers Day."

Horton pleads guilty to misdemeanor peace disturbance

Former MU basketball player Jason Horton, who originally pleaded not guilty to a charge of misdemeanor third-degree assault, changed his plea to guilty on a reduced charge of misdemeanor peace disturbance Friday in Boone County Circuit Court.

Hickman sophomore doesn't act his age

Spenser Washington is just a sophomore, but he plays the role of a seasoned veteran for the Hickman football team.

Tiger Kickoff: What it feels like to hurdle a defender

Tiger Kickoff: Washington becoming an attention getter

Cougars volleyball team resets

Seven freshmen and three tranfers have joined the Columbia College volleyball team for the 2008 season.

Tiger Kickoff: Before he came to MU, Saunders excelled at Kearney

Tiger Kickoff: After setbacks, Perry ready for larger role

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