OMAHA, Neb. — Come Saturday, giant-killer Montana State becomes the giant.
WASHINGTON — Jose Vidro picked a good time to start getting clutch hits.
AUSTIN, Texas — In 1955, Texas cheerleader Harley Clark struck it big with a simple hand gesture.
The Missouri soccer team continues to climb the national rankings, rising as high as No. 11 in the Soccer America poll.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The NFL and its union are discussing strengthening their drug program to keep pace with the increase in the number of performance-enhancing substances and the efficiency of masking agents.
ST. LOUIS — Corey Chavous made a fast enough impression on his new St. Louis Rams teammates that they named him a team captain on Wednesday.
KANSAS CITY — Their 23 new players represent only a fraction of the big changes coming this season to the Kansas City Chiefs.
KANSAS CITY — Kansas City Chiefs tackle John Welbourn, who unexpectedly retired in June, was suspended for six weeks Wednesday for violating the league’s drug policy.
Dedrick Harrington is a player other teams can’t seem to ignore. Talk to opposing coaches about who they’re concerned about or what worries them, and his name almost always pops up. If you try to find him in the sideline celebrations or at vociferous post-game parties, however, you’re bound to miss him.
In his first home game as a Cougar, Lloyd Jacobs did not disappoint.
After a mediocre 1-2 start to the season, there was cause for much celebration before and after the Rock Bridge boys’ soccer home opener against Jefferson City on Tuesday night.
ST. LOUIS — Having survived impalement, exhibiting courage as a kickoff returner will be no problem at all for the St. Louis Rams’ newest player.
WASHINGTON — A first-inning mistake to Albert Pujols usually isn’t enough to decide a game. On Tuesday night, it was all the offense Jeff Suppan needed.
KANSAS CITY — One night later, Kansas City took another big lead against the New York Yankees. This time the Royals held on.
Carrie McAtee surely expected a warmer welcome home than she received Tuesday at Bethel Park.
ST. LOUIS — It was a pass that would change football forever. And no one caught it.
Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel took little time to earn a Big 12 Conference honor. He also has little time to enjoy it.
The first time Bjarne Schreck walked on the Rock Bridge soccer field wearing a bright green T-shirt, Bruins forward Henry Hauck said he couldn’t help take notice. Immediately images of Shrek, the digitally animated green ogre from the movie, flooded Hauck’s mind.
It just keeps getting tougher for the Columbia College soccer team.
For most associated with the Missouri football team, the departure of Brad Smith means the loss of the team’s leading rusher from last season and the NCAA’s most prolific rushing quarterback. To tailbacks Tony Temple and Marcus Woods, the loss of Smith means they need to make up for for the lost yards.