After giving up 24 points and 372 yards of total offense to Western Michigan on Saturday, the Tiger defense will have to improve before conference play begins against Nebraska on Oct. 6.
Every time he lines up for a return, the Bears' Devin Hester believes a touchdown is just moments away. Sunday against the Chiefs he scored on a 73-yard punt return in the second quarter and set up a field goal in the third with another long return.
Not only did Billy Buckner earn his first major league win Sunday, Kansas City’s rookie right-hander helped make the AL Central race a little tighter.
Pitcher Jason Marquis has come back to haunt his former team, allowing just one run to lead the Chicago Cubs to a 4-2 win over the slumping St. Louis Cardinals.
George Hincapie took the individual title and his Discovery Channel team claimed the team title Sunday in its final U.S. appearance, playing it safe in the final stage of the six-day Tour of Missouri.
Rams return man Dante Hall appeared to have an easy catch on a fourth quarter 49ers punt. But the ball slipped through his hands setting up San Francisco's winning field goal.
Danny Pate won the fourth stage on Saturday, but George Hincapie is expected to keep his overall lead in the Tour of Missouri bicycle race, which ends today in St. Louis.
USC brings Nebraska back to reality with a make-no-mistake-about-it visit to Lincoln
The Flying Carp Race provides competition and envionmental awareness for participants.
A touchdown in the first drive of the game and a large first-half lead pushed the Tigers past the Broncos 52-24 on Saturday.
Hickman quarterback Doug Luetjen returned from injury to throw the winning touchdown pass with less than two minutes left.
Backup quarterback Chase Patton scored the first touchdown of his collegiate career on a rush, not a pass.
Many fans found a new experience in Columbia at Memorial Stadium on Saturday.
Quarter-by-quarter recaps of the Missouri-Western Michigan football game
Spectators who filled the sidewalks of Walnut Street on Friday afternoon were eager to catch the speeding cyclists of the Tour of Missouri whiz by.
The crowd was a mix of young and old, families and couples, avid cyclists and curious spectators.
Will Franklin is situated in front of a helicopter at the University Health Center. The Tiger wide receiver has arrived slightly later than the agreed-upon 6 p.m. meeting time.
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