Missouri football team talks politics

Players' weight room gab turns to talk of presidential prospects.

Bowers follows Anderson to Mizzou

MU freshman Laurence Bowers has known Tigers men's basketball coach Mike Anderson since he was a child. They first met when Arlyn Bowers, Laurence's uncle, played at Arkansas when Anderson was an assistant there.

Two MU wrestlers arrested

MU wrestler Nick Marable, who enters the season ranked No. 1 in the country in the 165-pound weight class, was one of two MU wrestlers arrested early Saturday morning.

Tigers want to finish job against K-State

Instead of talking about nothing but Kansas State, the Tigers still clearly had their inability to finish off Baylor on their minds Monday.

Edwards keeps Johnson in his sights

Columbia native Carl Edwards is closing on two-time defending champion Jimmie Johnson after winning the past two races in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship.

Fans on field troubles Texas coach

Texas coach Mack Brown said in Monday's Big 12 Conference coaches teleconference he didn't think the fans on the field affected the outcome of his team's game Saturday night, but he worried about the safety of fans, players and others.

Cougars basketball teams roll

MU soccer players honored

Edwards keeps Chase chances alive

Columbia native Carl Edwards is hoping to keep Jimmie Johnson from winning a record-tying third straight NASCAR Cup title. Edwards victory Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway keeps his chances alive with two races left in the season.  

Wolfert does his job

Jeff Wolfert's 34-yard field goal allowed the Missouri football team to escape with a 31-28 victory Saturday over host Baylor.

Ticket prices for MU-KU game cause controversy

Some MU students paid $35 for tickets to the big game in Kansas City and others paid $10. Those who paid more but did not receive better seats were left feeling cheated.

Tech shakes up Big 12 again

Four weeks ago it was Oklahoma sitting atop the polls. When Texas beat the Sooners a week later, the Longhorns became the new favorite. This week Texas Tech took the spotlight, though it fell shy of No. 1 in the BCS rankings after a storybook win over Texas.

Missouri survives

Baylor surprised the Missouri football team Saturday in Waco, Texas, making the Tigers fight for a 31-28 victory.  

Missouri finds a way to hold on late despite miscues

Missouri's defense came through in a pinch after the team let Baylor battle back.

MU basketball hosts Special Olympics clinic

About 60 Special Olympic athletes from around mid-Missouri spent Saturday morning learning basketball fundamentals from the Missouri men's team.

NOTEBOOK: A look back through Baylor football history

Richard Melendez, an event staff personnel who manned the gate behind Floyd Casey Stadium's south end zone, has seen a smattering of highlights and plenty of lows for the Baylor football team.

Wang and Hunter rekindle bond on MU volleyball team

Small landowners upset with hunting permit changes

They're flooding the Department of Conservation with complaints about a proposal to begin charging for free hunting permits.

MU women's swimmers score decisive victory in Border Showdown

The No. 21 MU women's swimming and diving team scored a 173.5-121.5 victory over No. 23 Kansas on Saturday at the Mizzou Aquatic Center.

Hickman lands punch early, but overwhelmed by Jays

A score by Hickman on its opening drive gave the Kewpies hope, but Brad Allen's 401 rushing yards paced the Jays to 59-14 rout of its archrival.