Oklahoma State head basketball coach Kurt Budke and assistant coach Miranda Serna died in a plane crash around 7 p.m. Thursday in Perry County, Ark.
Former and current Missouri athletes react on Twitter to the death of two Oklahoma State women's basketball coaches in a plane crash last night.
Pinkel could lose more than $300,000 in pay after being arrested on suspicion of DWI Wednesday night.
The Tigers have learned how to make "leftovers" in the state of Texas into a main course on the team's roster.
Senior Marcus Denmon led the Tigers with 22 points.
Missouri says it's not worried about which Texas Tech team shows up Saturday in Columbia — something that neither reason nor superstition can predict.
Here are some facts about different sports at Texas Tech.
Matt Pressey got some attention with a 12-point effort in a 83-52 victory against Niagara on Thursday at Mizzou Arena.
Missouri Athletics Director Mike Alden announced the decision about penalties imposed on Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel after he was arrested Wednesday night on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.
Not sure about keeping animals in the house? Get used to it if you want to be part of the Southeastern Conference.
The Missouri football team has had a bumpy season at the safety position. Behind the leadership of senior captain Kenji Jackson, the group hope to finish well against Texas Tech and Kansas.
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Operated by Levy Restaurants, the official restaurant of Mizzou Athletics, the big teal truck serves a variety of sloppy joes.
We've compiled a few of the Tiger football players' most humorous, thoughtful and interesting tweets from the past week.
Missouri head football coach Gary Pinkel on Thursday was suspended without pay for one week following his arrest Wednesday on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.
The Missourian live-tweeted the news conference of Missouri Athletics Director Mike Alden on Thursday afternoon.
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel isn't the university's first football coach to be arrested on suspicion of DWI.
The chancellor released an emailed statement to the media Thursday, expressing his disappointment about the news. He said he expects Pinkel to accept responsibility for his actions.
Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel's DWI arrest has been the talk of Twitter and other news platforms.