Wearing a black, long-sleeved Mizzou shirt, former Arkansas coach Nolan Richardson didn’t hesitate to answer “Missouri” when asked which team he will cheer for when the Razorbacks visit Columbia on Nov. 30.
All those people who kept doubting the Detroit Tigers, take a week off and think again.
The devout were colorful at Friday night’s Providence Bowl between Hickman and Rock Bridge.
Eight carries, 324 yards, four touchdowns and one interception.
Hickman’s meet Saturday at Bethel Park wasn’t a duel between two teams. It was a duel between two teammates.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Frustration and confusion defined Missouri’s Saturday.
ST. LOUIS — Jeff Suppan just about did it all for St. Louis, hitting a rare home run and pitching a tidy masterpiece that gave the Cardinals control of the NL championship series against the suddenly staggering New York Mets.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — The third play from scrimmage usually doesn’t make a difference.
Spencer Chimel, an MU junior, was supposed to be in College Station, Texas for Saturday’s game, but not necessarily under these circumstances.
Rock Bridge played like the top-ranked high school football team in the state.
Former Hickman quarterback Sam Barbee fumbled in a high school football game 25 years ago, and he still hears about it.
When Hickman plays Rock Bridge tonight at Faurot Field, several standouts return to the game for each side. Logan Gray and Aron White will be back for Rock Bridge, and Byron Bundy and Derrick Smith return for Hickman.
The Missouri football team faces a daunting obstacle against Texas A&M on Saturday that’s not the Aggies’ squad.
A Missouri soccer fan can’t fault the team for being a bit on edge lately.
Ed Rollins is a glutton for punishment. Whether he is on his bike, in the pool or pounding the pavement, Rollins, the associate pastor at First Baptist Church, has a high tolerance for pain. His love of triathlons has cost him more than tired muscles and achy joints, though.
Missouri coach Mike Anderson addressed the media for the first time this season and made one fact clear: little is clear.
Most high school football players don’t get the chance to play in college, but the rivalry between Hickman and Rock Bridge allows the teams to experience that sensation for one night.
Hickman junior Ashlee Daly’s round at the district girls golf tournament two weeks ago was her last this season with her Kewpies teammates. But her score of 95 put her in ninth place overall, which qualified her for the state tournament as an individual.
Players who had been on the bench for the majority of the season helped the Columbia College soccer team the most on Thursday.
It’s one of the basic rules of the road: Red means stop.