The Missouri football team's Homecoming game against Iowa State on Oct. 15 has been set at 1 p.m.
Missouri (2-2) had a bye week last week but looks ahead to its game against Kansas State (4-0) on Saturday.
The numbers are there to support the assertion that Josey is an elite running back. He ranks first nationally in yards per carry and fourth in total rushing yards.
Last season, Michael Egnew ranked 11th in the country in receptions. This year he has eight catches through four games. Even Tigers coach Gary Pinkel is saying Egnew needs to get the ball more.
Oklahoma fullback Trey Millard, a 2009 Rock Bridge graduate, made two impressive runs against Missouri in Saturday's game in Norman, Okla.
The Missouri Tigers could not capitalize on an early 14-3 lead and lost to the Oklahoma Sooners 38-28 Saturday. Oklahoma scored 28 unanswered points to squelch any chance of a Missouri upset.
The score may have been close, but there was no doubt which was the better team on Saturday.
The men who make up the RUF/NEKS, a semi-official University of Oklahoma student organization, are in charge of keeping Oklahoma's traditions intact. They cheer, fire guns and drive the unmistakeable Sooner Schooner.
People in Norman, Okla., engage in pregame activities while waiting for the Tigers' game Saturday at Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium.
Missouri's Grant Ressel has struggled lately, missing four field goals in the last two games.
Missouri can't capitalize on early lead in 38-28 loss to Oklahoma.
The MU Chancellor and chairman of the Big 12 board of directors says the conference has a lot of work left to do.
Both MU Chancellor Brady Deaton and University of Oklahoma President David Boren spoke Thursday night about the future of the Big 12 Conference.
A few Missouri's football players starting riding scooters to save money. Several of their teammates have joined them. It makes sense, and besides, it looks kind of fun.
Unlike last year, Missouri enters the Oklahoma football game with less hype, facing a team with revenge on their minds for last year's loss.
MU football players share their thoughts, activities and more on Twitter. Here's a collection of this week's most interesting tweets.
Each week we’ll show you a photo, and it’s your job to tell us what’s going on. Tweet us at @CoMoSports using the hashtag #captioncontest. We’ll read all of them and publish the best ones online and in next week’s print edition.
Keep up with the Big 12 games on TV and online.
The Big 12 has renewed life, and the Missourian explores what could happen next.
Missouri's blowout of Western Illinois taught fans little about how the team will fare in conference play.