Missouri beat Miami (Ohio) 17-6 on Saturday, taking Tigers fans' minds off of conference realignment for a day.
Under a blistering hot sun the Missouri Tigers beat the Miami (Ohio) RedHawks 17-6 in the opening game on Saturday.
With temperatures creeping toward 100 degrees, the Missouri Tigers claimed a 10-0 lead over the Miami (Ohio) Redhawks during the opening game of the Missouri football season on Saturday.
As team members for Missouri and Miami (Ohio) prepared to face off in the football season's first game, fans took the opportunity to get reacquainted, meet new people and eat a tailgate breakfast.
Alden admitted he "was concerned."
The Miami (Ohio) offense marched down the field throughout the first half, but when it reached deep into Missouri territory, it was stopped time after time by the Missouri defense.
Quarterback James Franklin struggled in his first start, something that his predecessors did not. He and his teammates are not worried.
No. 21 Missouri won its first game of the season but saw two defensive starters leave the game with injuries.
Fans share a sense of community in the RV lot southeast of Hearnes Center.
Many tailgaters, inspired by the early start time of the football game Saturday, decided to tailgate with breakfast foods instead of burgers and hotdogs.
Tigers linebacker Darvin Ruise, one of the Missouri football team's most promising young defensive players, learned to play four instruments in church as a child. But he said singing is his greatest passion.
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Zaviar Gooden is not only an impressive physical specimen but a great player and great person, according to his teammates.
Preparations for Saturday's Missouri football opener have begun throughout Columbia, and many stores in town are preparing for the expected increase in shoppers.
The move, which had been expected, might set off another round of conference realignment in college sports.
Defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson has been a Tiger for less than a month. Although he's been called the most-hyped Missouri football player ever, he's proving himself on the field as a humble young man ready for some field time.