Mizzou Sports

Precedents for Missouri sports-related DWI cases

Missouri coach Gary Pinkel isn't the university's first football coach to be arrested on suspicion of DWI.

MU Chancellor Brady Deaton's statement about football coach Pinkel's arrest

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.

Online reactions to Pinkel's arrest include disappointment, support and humor

Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel's DWI arrest has been the talk of Twitter and other news platforms.

Pinkel, athletics director issue statements about DWI arrest

Here is the full text of Gary Pinkel and Mike Alden's statements regarding Pinkel's arrest on suspicion of DWI on Wedensday night.

ANALYSIS: Sizing up the Missouri football team's bowl prospects

The Tigers need just one more win to reach their seventh straight bowl game. Where might they be headed come bowl season?

Missouri women's basketball team chalks up road win over SLU

The Tigers beat the Billikens 68-56 to improve to 3-0 this season.

SEC policy prohibits football fans from leaving, re-entering games

Under a Southeastern Conference policy, Missouri football fans would no longer be able to leave and re-enter Memorial Stadium during football games.

Flores earns Big 12 honors for Missouri women's basketball team

Tigers senior post player Christine Flores was named the Big 12 Conference Player of the Week.

Height difference made no difference in Missouri men's basketball win

Missouri won 81-63 on Monday night at Mizzou Arena, despite lining up against a significantly larger team.

Missouri football team plans for future after loss of Josey

Running backs Kendial Lawrence and De'Vion Moore will try to keep the Tigers' running game going without Josey, who suffered a season-ending knee injury Saturday.

TIME TO VOTE: Who is the best player in Missouri basketball history?

We invite you to weigh in with our interactive bracket. We separated 32 players into four sections: Current/recent players, late '80s/'90s players, old-school players and best of the rest.

Missouri running back Henry Josey out for season

Missouri running back Henry Josey will miss the rest of the season after tearing his patellar tendon and suffering tears to his MCL and ACL in his left knee.

THE WEEK IN MISSOURI FOOTBALL: A rare win over Texas; SEC fallout

Football coach Gary Pinkel got his first career win against Texas (6-3), within a week after Missouri announced it will be joining the SEC in 2012.

Missouri's defense overwhelms Texas in 17-5 win

The Tigers held the Longhorns to their lowest point total since 2004 and beat Texas for the first time since 1997.

PHOTO GALLERY: Longhorns come up short against Tigers 17-5

The Longhorns lost to the Tigers 17-5 at Faurot Field on Saturday. In light of MU's recent move to the Southeastern Conference, this might have been the last time the teams will play each other.

PHOTO GALLERY: First half of Missouri versus Texas football game

The Tigers led 14-3 Saturday at halftime of Missouri's football game against the Texas Longhorns at Faurot Field.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri, Texas fans enjoy pregame activities

Missouri and Texas fans participated in tailgating and the Tiger Walk on Saturday before kickoff of the Tigers versus Longhorns football game in Columbia.

Win over Texas clouded by injury to Henry Josey

Missouri running back Henry Josey was carted off the field during the third quarter, and Gary Pinkel called the knee injury to the conference's leading rusher "serious."

Longhorn Network still working out kinks

With Missouri leaving for the SEC, Texas' Longhorn Network, one of the controversies in Big 12 negotiations, goes about its business.

Former Tiger returns to Mizzou Arena with Southeast Missouri State

Tyler Stone began his college basketball career at 17 as a Missouri Tiger. Two years later, he restarted that college basketball career in the same gym, under the same lights, with many of the same players on the court. But he returned as a Southeast Missouri State Redhawk and as a changed man.