Indiana's defense got on track against Bowling Green. Now, the Hoosiers will find out if that unit can build some consistency to support the team's explosive offense.
Heather Leidy and Ted Collins train for strongman competitions in their garage, which they have turned into a gym. Their 6-year-old daughter, Rain, exercises too, and the family has opened their gym — and their home — to fellow competitors.
Spurrier said his team had a "bad coaching day" in a 41-30 loss to the Bulldogs and now is hoping to turn that around when South Carolina (1-1, 0-1 Southeastern Conference) takes on Vanderbilt (1-1, 0-1) on Saturday.
Trent Morrow finished in 199th place with a time of five hours, 10 minutes, and 17 seconds.
Australian marathon runner Trent Morrow is attempting to break the world record for running the most marathons in a year, and his 99th will be the Heart of America Marathon on Monday in Columbia.
After one round, Taylor Gohn has a one shot lead in the first annual Columbia Women's Championship.
Columbia College men's and women's golf teams will play at Columbia Country Club beginning this season.
One softball team has an entertaining round of Show-Me State Games miniature golf. Bets were made and fun ensued.
Show-Me Games athlete Andy Gilmore is a high jumper and high jump coach. Employed as a software developer, his co-workers have a hard time understanding his love for the sport. For fun, he plays basketball with his friends.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, a former standout on the Missouri football team, tore the ACL in his right knee during practice Saturday and could miss the season.
Today's games took place at Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic and Hickman high schools, the MU Student Recreation Complex and the Southwell Complex at Columbia College.
A skydiver parachuting in before a baseball game accidentally kicked the shortstop for a summer league team in the face, knocking him to the ground and, it turns out, ending his season.
The schools in the most powerful and wealthy leagues want more freedom to be able to run their programs the way they want, without the less powerful schools standing in the way.
Bob Bowlsby and the commissioners of the SEC, Big Ten, Pac 12 and ACC met about six weeks ago to discuss issues, including an NCAA legislative system that makes it difficult to enact substantial changes or enforce the rules in place.
In the preseason poll released Thursday, the Crimson Tide received 182 first-place votes out of a possible 243. Missouri was picked to finish sixth in the Eastern division.
The Crimson Tide's ultra-focused coach didn't let 1,000-plus reporters at Southeastern Conference Media Days change his process-oriented approach.
Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel said he largely enjoys the spotlight that comes with winning the Heisman Trophy, even if it sometimes includes unsavory headlines.
South Carolina's Steve Spurrier opened his quip-filled media days address Tuesday by saying the 28 football and men's basketball coaches were in favor of paying players about $300 a game in football and perhaps a little less in basketball.
Southeastern Conference Commissioner Mike Slive reiterated proposals he made in Hoover, Ala., two years ago, including boosting financial aid for athletes and upgrading recruiting rules to fit the new technology and social media.
Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier says Jadeveon Clowney, the SEC Defensive Player of the Year who finished sixth in the Heisman voting as a sophomore last season, has avoided the pratfalls of that fame.