In Missouri’s 52-17 victory over Iowa State, many fans left at halftime or early in the third quarter. The Tigers were up big and, after all, it was Homecoming. There were other things to do.
Missouri returns all five starters from last season's team and lost just one player to graduation.
Missouri quarterback James Franklin completed 20 passes for 289 yards and three touchdowns, despite throwing a pair of interceptions.
See how many questions about Missouri and its history you can get correct in this 101-question quiz.
A year later, the memories of Homecoming 2010 and Gahn McGaffie’s return of the opening kick still live strong. Coaches remember an important win, and fans treasure a special day.
If Homecoming started in 1911, why is this year's Homecoming No. 100? Rest easy, mathematicians. There's a reason for this. It has to do with the U.S. War Department and the Spanish flu.
Feelings for the University of Missouri don't end at graduation. Five Missouri School of Journalism alumni who now work at ESPN share their MU Homecoming memories.
Missouri will take on Iowa State in its 100th Homecoming game on Saturday. Here are five things to watch for in this weekend's game.
MU football players talk about their activities, school work and relationships on Twitter. Here's a collection of this week's most interesting tweets
Planning a Saturday full of watching football? Here's a schedule of the Big 12 games and where you can find them on the tube.
Junior Liene Priede shot 4-6 from beyond the 3-point line and led the Tigers with 18 points.
The Tigers’ previous two opponents — Oklahoma and Kansas State — are easy to label. The question is where Missouri fits on this spectrum of offensive identity.
The Missourian set out to find Tigers fans who know not just the tune but the lyrics of MU's fight song.
The Missouri football team's defensive line limited Kansas State's talented rushing attack but belied their experience by giving up crucial penalties.
Hear some inside stories from Missourian reporters about life in the press box and on the field.
The Missouri baseball team raised $12,496 for Joplin Little League baseball from two exhibition games it played against Iowa last weekend.
The Horned Frogs will replace Texas A&M as the 1oth team in the league on July 1, 2012. The Aggies joined the SEC on Sept. 25.
Head coach Gary Pinkel said the shake-ups show that there's a lot of healthy competition between his players, and that it's encouraging good work from the team.
Larry Wyatt II, a 35-year-old Columbia native, has been attending Missouri baseball games since spring 1995.
While Missouri looks at the possibility of joining another conference, the football team lost to No. 17 Kansas State 24-17 on Saturday.