Oklahoma faces unique challenge against Tulsa

Oklahoma, the highest scoring team in the country, are set to play Tulsa, which has the fourth-highest number of offensive yards in the nation.

Rams’ Tinoisamoa taking his time with injury

Depth at linebacker is allowing the Rams’ Pisa Tinoisamoa to rest an ankle injury that kept him from playing last week against San Fransisco.

Greinke solid as Royals starter

Zack Greinke pitched two-hit ball for eight innings, leading the Royals to a 3-0 win over the White Sox.

Mayor’s Cup brings urban adventure racing to Columbia

The Mayor’s Cup is intended for people more interested in a social, rather than an athletic, event, organizers of the urban adventure race say.

Cougars' Branco determined to win national title

Columbia College setter Luana Branco has earned numerous accolades during her career, but has yet to reach her goal of winning a national championship.

MU women's basketball schedule announced

MU women's basketball schedule announced

Cardinals, Molina outlast Phillies

Yadier Molina came through in the 10th to help St. Louis knock off the Phillies on Wednesday night.

Contreras shuts down Royals

Jose Contreras limited the Royals to just five hits, going the distance in a rout in Kansas City.

Tigers volleyball team falls apart against KU

The Missouri volleyball team lost to Kansas for the first time since 2003, losing a 2-1 lead and coming apart completely in the last two games.

Fisher ready to face MU wearing red, not purple

Running back Parrish Fisher used to play for the K-State Wildcats and was at Bill Snyder’s last game against MU. Two years later, he is playing against the Tigers, this time with Illinois State.

Jeff City defense too much for Hickman

Hickman's Rodes lifts way into starting lineup

Hickman senior Tyler Rodes didn’t want to watch his senior season of football from the sidelines. He changed that by conditioning in the offseason to gain 35 pounds and make his way into the starting lineup.


Wolfert struggles to regain magic from 2006

After a stellar season that earned kicker Jeff Wolfert a spot on the 2007 Lou Groza Award watch list, Missouri’s kicker is struggling to find his 2006 form.

Forst backing up, moving forward for MU soccer team

Last season, Mallory Forst was the starting keeper for the MU soccer team. Though she’s backing up Tasha Dittamore this fall, she’s quietly finding ways to make an on-field impact beyond the goal box.

Officials, cyclists praise Tour of Missouri

Race organizers and cycling officials praised the inaugural Tour of Missouri and are optimistic it will become a part of an annual cycling triple crown, spearheading the sport’s rebirth in the U.S.

Cardinals colossal comeback falls short

The St. Louis Cardinals nearly erased an 11-run deficit to the Philadelphia Phillies on Monday, but Aaron Rowand’s tumbling catch in the eighth inning preserved a 13-11 victory.

White Sox send Royals back to cellar

Jermaine Dye, Danny Richar, and Josh Fields all homered during an 11-run fifth inning for the Chicago White Sox, who beat the Kansas City Royals on Monday and sent them back into the AL Central basement.

Chiefs looking to slow sloppy start

After lackluster offensive performances at Houston and Chicago, the Kansas City Chiefs hope the advantages of Arrowhead Stadium will help end their early struggles.

Rams face tough road after 0-2 start

Stephen Jackson and Rams coach Scott Linehan were visibly frustrated after their second straight home loss to start the season, and a looming road stretch won’t make things any easier.

Underground sports facility planned near Crystal City

Businessman Tom Kerr plans to convert an eight million square-foot sand mine into Crystal City Underground, a year-round athletic complex housing facilities for extreme, recreational and Olympic sports.