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Tiger Kickoff: After setbacks, Perry ready for larger role

MU volleyball takes down Maryland

Hickman harriers place well at First Capital Invite

Free bicycle parking available at football games

Sustain Mizzou will be providing free bicycle parking, known as Tiger Cage, at home football games for the rest of the season.

St. Louis native Eddie Calvin excited to play MU football team

Eddie Calvin, who attended Rockwood Summit High School and now attends Southeast Missouri State University, wants to make a difference in Saturday’s football game against the Tigers, who didn’t offer him a scholarship.

SEMO wins, even if it doesn't score, in game against MU

MU defensive end leaves team

Tigers defense reviews rough spots

The Missouri football team’s victory over No. 20 Illinois was seemingly sealed, but Illinois quarterback Juice Williams and his receivers threw a scare into the Tigers.

Texas A&M copes with upset loss

After an 18-14 loss Saturday to Arkansas State, a team that won just three games in the Sun Belt Conference a year ago, first-year Texas A&M coach Mike Sherman spent most of Monday's Big 12 coaches teleconference deflecting criticism.

MU men's basketball team sweeps preseason road trip

The Missouri men's basketball team defeated the Southern Ontario All-Stars 109-92 on Monday morning to complete a three-game sweep of exhibition play in Canada.

MU golfers start tournament play

The Missouri men's golf team finished its day on Monday in fifth place at the Rutherford Intercollegiate

SEMO football coach with I-A experience prepares team to face MU

 Tony Samuel was a two-year starter at defensive end for Nebraska, and was 2-0 in Columbia as a player. He returned to the Cornhuskers as an assistant coach from 1986-1996 and remained perfect on Faurot Field.

Win doesn't satisfy MU football team

The Tigers beat rival Illinois 52-42, but an impressive offense was overshadowed by defensive miscues and an injury to star receiver Jeremy Maclin.

Heart of America Marathon draws diverse field

From the mother who pushed her 13-month-old daughter across the finish line to two New Yorker's sojurning the Midwest, this year's race had its fair share of interesting tales.

MU nets second win in Canada.

The Missouri men's basketball team beat host Brock University 117-68 in preseason play Sunday in St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada.

Successful return for Tigers

Jeremy Maclin's 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, midway through the second quarter, sparked Missouri's momentum. It began a streak of 21-consecutive points in the second quarter that provided MU the necessary fuel to withstand a late Illinois charge and claim a 52-42 victory Saturday in front of 66,441 at the Edward Jones Dome.

Local minister runs 13th marathon

Chris Cook will run his 13th Heart of America Marathon on Monday. It is his passion for running, not the health benefits, that draws him back each year.

Tigers treated to another breakout effort in St. Louis

In the first start of his college career, new Tigers' tailback Derrick Washington bolstered Missouri's 52-42 victory over Illinois with two first-half touchdowns and 128 rushing yards. To put those numbers in perspective, Washington had only 184 yards and one touchdown in his entire freshman season.

Football players give back to youth

Several Illinois and Missouri players met with kids for a football camp before Saturday's top-25 matchup in St. Louis.

Volleyball team loses upset bid

Weiwen Wang and Julianna Klein nearly led the MU volleyball team to an upset of a top-25 team Saturday at the BYU Molten Classic.

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