Missouri can throw out the “a different player every night” theory.
It wasn’t exactly how Ben Hansbrough wanted to start the only game he’ll play in his home state this season.
Freshman Amanda Hanneman used to go to Colorado almost every year to ski with her family. But she’s never been there to play basketball before.
This afternoon, a luxury sport-utility vehicle guarded by security officers will be travelling down Stadium Boulevard with a special passenger in the back.
Hickman’s Aaron Brady can’t get a break.
If Missouri (10-2) is going to enter the Big 12 Conference season with momentum, they will have to play a better first half against Mississippi State than it did on Saturday against Southern.
KANSAS CITY — Angrier than he’d ever appeared when addressing the Kansas City media, Herman Edwards lashed out Monday at anybody who says his Chiefs lucked into the playoffs.
Gerry Lisby is a supervisor for the Columbia Public Works Department in the Sanitary Sewer Maintenance section, at least during the week.
Some families spend the holidays eating food by the bucket-load and sitting around a television watching football or movies. Other families go for a run.
KANSAS CITY — Sometimes teams that enter the final game of the season needing half a dozen things to break their way get their wish.
MINNEAPOLIS — Steven Jackson and the St. Louis Rams played like contenders with a promising performance. The Minnesota Vikings still have plenty of work remaining on their reconstruction project.
Missouri guard Stefhon Hannah described practice over the last month as “hell.” His reasoning was Missouri’s two-game losing streak that, because of the team’s schedule, was stretched over 26 days.
MU students returning by bus Friday evening from watching the Missouri football team play in the Sun Bowl in El Paso, Texas, were caught in a snow storm in New Mexico.
Most people start their New Year’s resolutions on Jan. 1. The Columbia track club will start a day early.
It seems so easy, so elementary. It’s something young kids are told when they start playing basketball.
Going into the 2006 season, the Missouri football team had high expectations for itself.
Rock Bridge’s five starters have led the Rock Bridge girls basketball team to five straight victories. But in Saturday’s game against St. Teresa’s Academy, The Bruins were forced to change their lineup.
Senior Lauren Nolke and junior Yvonne Anderson, took turns making plays for the Hickman girls basketball team in its game Friday.
Delores Hughley hobbled gingerly to the Arkansas-Pine Bluff bench after an injury in the first minute and a half of the team’s women’s basketball game Friday night against Missouri.
In the top row of the Missouri women’s basketball pep band, a baritone player stands between two sousaphone players. Eric Kegley should be playing the sousaphone, but he was stuck with a secondary instrument that he hadn’t played in 12 years.