Tiffany Brooks has the jump shot of a man and she knows it.
The Hickman boys basketball team won’t be bringing a trophy home from the Neosho Holiday classic this year.
Oregon State fans take a crack at answering questions by Tigers about Missouri at the El Paso Convention Center.
Oregon State came back from a 14-point deficit with just more than 6 minutes to go, to beat Missouri 39-38 on a two-point conversion with 23 seconds on the clock.
EL PASO, Texas - Tony Temple said he thinks any running back could have played the game that he did on Saturday in Missouri’s loss to Oregon State in the Sun Bowl.
On Friday morning Tiger fans gathered in various areas across the campus of Texas-El Paso to tailgate and rally for the Sun Bowl. Check out what events took place during these pregame rituals.
EL PASO, Texas — Missouri and Oregon State’s football teams woke up a little earlier than usual on Wednesday to eat breakfast with U.S. troops at Fort Bliss, an Army Air Defense Artillery Center.
ST. LOUIS — Being named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week and the St. Louis Rams’ 2006 MVP is nice, running back Steven Jackson said Wednesday, but making the playoffs is more important.
Hickman’s entire 11-man roster scored in Wednesday’s 70-45 victory over Springfield Central.
Missouri wide receiver Greg Bracey talks with soldiers during a Wednesday-morning breakfast at Fort Bliss, an Army Air Defense Artillery Center. Head Coach Gary Pinkel shares a few words of appreciation for the troops.
EL PASO, Texas — The day before the Missouri football team left for the Sun Bowl, Martin Rucker had an idea.
EL PASO, Texas — Junior tight end Martin Rucker is rethinking his original declaration that he will be coming back to play his senior season for the Tigers.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Alexander Radulov converted his first NHL shootout attempt to lift the Nashville Predators over the St. Louis Blues 3-2 on Tuesday night.
The Tigers visited several children Tuesday at Thomason Hospital in El Paso.
Seniors Dedrick Harrington and Brad Ekwerekwu share their thoughts about the trip along with event host Trini Acevedo.
The wait at the Columbia Regional Airport terminal was extra long Saturday afternoon, but few people were waiting to get on a plane. They were waiting for the Tigers.
Now, the fun begins for the Missouri football team. That might depend on the team’s definition of fun, though.
Imagine you are a talented ballroom dancer about to compete in the most prestigious competition of your life. The catch is you don’t meet your partner until the day before the competition and you are only given two 30-minute practices.
Watching a Braggin’ Rights game from a courtside seat is a great experience for a basketball fan. You can hear heckles from fans and actually decipher what is being said. You can also see celebrities such as Joe Buck and Claire McKaskill react to every call. You can see the point in the stands where orange meets black, forming an uneasy border.
Rock Bridge and Hickman are fierce rivals in every competitive sport, except swimming.