A win over Iowa State next Saturday would make this season's Jayhawks the first to go 11-0 since Kansas started playing football more than a century ago.
Engine problems ruined Carl Edwards' longshot chances for the Nextel Cup title.
Impressive performances from Marc Bulger, Steven Jackson and the Rams' defense helped end the Saints' four-game winning streak.
Denver capitalized on three Damon Huard turnovers and beat Kansas City at home for the first time since 2002.
Edwards won his first pole in almost two years.
When the Tigers open their season against Central Michigan on Monday, there are still many uncertainties ahead for the team.
Shakara Jones, a freshman forward, was often guarded by shorter players, but dominated near the basket and had 27 points and 14 rebounds Friday against Murray State.
The win gives the Tigers, who were up by just five points heading into the fourth quarter, a fifth Big 12 Conference win for the first time under Gary Pinkel.
After completing one of his best games for Missouri, senior running back Tony Temple was quickly in a car traveling to Kansas City for his grandmother’s funeral.
Mrs. Baird’s Ultimate Grill, marketed as the world’s largest grill, can cook 2,500 pounds of meat at one time, and those who ran the grill handed out free food to fans before the game Saturday.
Ever since MU’s victorious football season began, MU fans have become more and more devoted to the team, showing their school spirit before and after the games. Today, though, they’re up against the fans for the other team, who are known for their enthusiasm.
Older Tigers fans are afraid history may repeat itself this season for the MU football team.
The Missouri women’s soccer team lost 4-1 on Friday in the semifinals of the Big 12 Conference Tournament
One questions about the Missouri women’s basketball team entering the season was how the Tigers would compete inside the lane. Friday, the Tigers outscored Murray State 44-28 around the basket.
The Missouri football team is looking to continue a notable season in its last game in Columbia of the 2007 season.
After losing a teammate, MU defensive lineman Lorenzo Williams still found the strength to lead his team.
When running back Tony Temple came to Missouri in 2004, he was one of the most hyped recruits in the country. Four years later, injuries and legal trouble have overshadowed his stellar play on the field. Now a senior, Temple will likely play his final game at Faurot Field on Saturday.
Chase Coffman, a 6-foot-6-inch, 245-pound tight end, describes his logic-defying leaps