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Missouri-Oklahoma box score

Oklahoma 41, Missouri 31

Missouri isn't there yet

After suffering first loss, Tigers' season will depend on how they respond next week.

Oklahoma beats Missouri in duel between quarterbacks

The Tigers finished the third quarter with a one-point lead, but Sooner quarterback Sam Bradford led his team to a touchdown while Chase Daniel and the Tigers made two crucial mistakes in the fourth quarter.

Former MU volleyball player joins basketball team

Fifth-year senior Nicole Wilson played on the MU volleyball team for four years, and this year switched to basketball. The NCAA allows an athlete who is enrolled in school for a fifth year to have one more year of eligibility in a second sport.

Final: Oklahoma 41, Missouri 31

Tiger and Sooner fans make homemade signs for GameDay

With ESPN’s College GameDay in town, Oklahoma Sooner fans and visiting Missouri Tiger fans wanted to let people know what was on their minds.

Transfer will help basketball Tigers in all phases of the game

DeMarre Carroll, a transfer from Vanderbilt who is now eligible to play, is being viewed as a key factor for the MU basketball team this year by his coach, his teammates and coaches throughout the conference.

Freshman foward leads the way for MU Soccer

The No. 5-ranked MU Soccer team shuts out the Oklahoma Sooners 3-0

Kewpie defense dominates Bruin offense

The Columbia Hickman Kewpies shutout the Rock Bridge Bruins 23-0.

Temple out against Oklahoma

Report: Missouri’s leading rusher Tony Temple didn’t travel with the team for Saturday’s game against Oklahoma.

Hickman lineman fighting knee injury

Hickman senior Antwayn Spears suffered his second MCL injury of the season, but doctors say he might be able to appear in a Kewpies uniform for one last time.

Former Kewpies JV player awaits spot on Bruins' varsity

Junior Jarred Henry transferred to Rock Bridge from Hickman and hoped to make the Bruins' varsity football team. However, Missouri State High School Activities Association rules won't allow him to play this season with his new teammates.

Stats belie respect given leader of Tigers' receivers

Senior receiver Jason Ray won't be remembered for his accomplishments on the football field, but his leadership qualities have made him a role model to his Missouri teammates.

Tigers forward eager for new basketball season

Missouri forward Leo Lyons had a big summer playing in a pro-am league and hopes that success continues with the Tigers' men's basketball team this season.

Improvement key for Rock Bridge runner

Rock Bridge's Ben Keown spent is summer running extra miles in hopes of improving his times for the fall cross country season.

Bruins soccer team nets key win

Columbia College volleyball team<br>handles Missouri Baptist

The Columbia College volleyball team kept its perfect American Midwest Conference record intact Thursday.

The case of the missing peace pipe

An old MU-Oklahoma football tradition involved the smoking of a peace pipe at halftime. Now, the pipe is missing and the tradition has been abandoned.

Back from injury, Danario Alexander<br>proves his worth for the Tigers

Nicknamed “Dust Mite” in high school, sophomore wide receiver Danario Alexander dedicated his performance on Saturday night to his injured brother.

Tigers' Anderson stresses defense

The Missouri men’s basketball team struggled with defense last season, and Tigers' coach Mike Anderson says improvement will translate to more victories.

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