The Tigers want to avoid a repeat of the team's 37-30 overtime loss last season against the Sun Devils.
A friendly Tiger Town ad, complementing Georgia fans for being "friendly, gracious and fun" has drawn criticism from an Atlanta sports blog.
Missouri lost to Arizona State 37-30 last September and will face the Sun Devils again Saturday.
Two weeks into the season, Missouri's sleek new uniforms have caught the eye of fans and recruits. More importantly, the new Nike technology has held up well, equipment director Don Barnes said.
The Missouri women's soccer team advanced to 6-1 on the season after shutting out SEC opponent Auburn 2-0 in their conference opener.
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University of Tennessee professor Mark Windham, an expert on the history of SEC football, lectured on the origins of the conference and the traditions of each program during a presentation Thursday night.
Arizona State, which Missouri faces Saturday, is one of a growing number of teams that have adopted a no-huddle offense.
Errors in more than 400 ticket scans at the Sept. 8 Georgia game could indicate ticket fraud, according to a news release.
Johnny Roland, an All-American player for the Tigers football team in 1962, 1964 and 1965, will be Missouri's first SEC Football Legend.
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Missouri's football team and fans are going to need to step it up for the SEC. Football is not to be taken lightly.
As Arizona State travels to Columbia to play Missouri this weekend, coach Todd Graham doesn't want to break his usual routine. If that means ensuring that the Missouri locker room smells like the one back in Tempe, then so be it.
Despite a rotating offensive line and an oft-disappearing helmet, the Missouri quarterback made no excuses for mistakes made during Saturday's SEC opener.
After trailing two sets to none early in the match, the Missouri volleyball team came back against Tennessee to force a fifth and deciding set, which the Tigers won 15-9 to claim a 3-2 victory in their SEC opener Wednesday at Hearnes Center.
The Missouri men's and women's basketball teams will host their season-opening practices in front of the public on Oct. 12.
Missouri coach Wayne Kreklow said his team should not be distracted by the hype surrounding their first SEC game, which is set to be broadcast by ESPNU.