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Southern deceivingly dangerous<br>for MU men's basketball team

It could be difficult for the Missouri men's basketball team to stay on its game Friday against Southern when games against teams from the Big Ten, Pac-10 and ACC loom.

Tigers set to host first round<br>of NCAA soccer tournament

MU officials say that in addition to a quality soccer stadium, Missouri was chosen to host first-round games of the NCAA Tournament because it has hosted multiple NCAA championship events in the past.

"Goofy hobbies" keep MU runner on course

If asked to describe himself, Dan Hedgecock might say that he’s a juggler, a piano player or an honors student at MU. He might add that he likes to run, or that he is a member of the cross country team at Missouri.

Columbia College women's basketball team <br>adds another win with balanced offense

Megan Archuleta and Whitney Davis each scored 15 points to lead the Columbia College women’s basketball team to a 73-47 victory over visiting Bacone (Okla.) College.

Strong second half earns<br>MU women's basketball team victory

The Missouri women’s basketball team started slow on Thursday, but used a 16-5 run at the start of the second half to take control for a 69-51 win over Eastern Illinois at Mizzou Arena.

Hard-hitting cousins stay close

Nick Bigogno, junior midfielder for the Columbia College men’s soccer team, has a close relationship with his second cousin, Bart Coslet, who plays on the MU football team.

A lot must go right<br>for Daniel to earn Heisman

Not many Heisman voters outside the Midwest know much about Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel

MU signs on new basketball recruits

Tigers coach Mike Anderson is bringing in six new men's basketball players for 2008.

Tigers volleyball team<br>eyeing postseason chances

The MU volleyball team’s victory over Iowa State put the NCAA Tournament one step closer.

EIU standouts set to challenge<br>MU women's basketball team

Stopping Eastern Illinois’ two leading scorers will be the main focus for the MU women’s basketball team Thursday night at Mizzou Arena.

MU volleyball team<br>breaks free of Iowa State

Big turnout for MU's ultimate tournament

The MUtants, Missouri’s ultimate, team finished 19th at their home tournament against stiff competition.

Sloppy second half mars Tiger victory

The MU men’s basketball team won big on Tuesday night to advance to the championship rounds of the O’Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic, despite a sloppy second half.

Temple glad to be there for team and family after difficult week

During the week leading up to the Texas A&M game, teammates and coaches supported Missouri running back Tony Temple as he dealt with his grandma’s death to cancer.

Moore fills in admirably for Brown on MU defense

After an injury to Pig Brown, his friend and teammate William Moore is succeeding at being the same emotional and physical prescence as Brown.

Columbia College defeats Central Methodist

Columbia College advances to semifinals.

Bounds takes new direction after loss of father

Hickman senior Tucker Bounds may have lost his father six months ago, but family and friends noticed his growth and maturity throughout the Kewpies’ football season.

 

Kansas controls its destiny<br>in bid for national football title

If the undefeated Jayhawks football team wins its final three games — including against the Tigers Nov. 24 — it will probably will play in the BCS National Championship Game.

Five-star football recruit commits to MU

Parkway West High School quarterback Blaine Gabbert, ranked third in a recruiting Web site’s 2008 class, told MU coach Gary Pinkel after Saturday’s victory over Texas A&M that he’d join the Tigers.

Former MU player turned coach<br>faces former coach for first time

MU women’s basketball coach Cindy Stein competed against former player and assistant Kerensa Barr, now an assistant with Murray State, in the Tigers’ season opener Friday.

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