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.
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.
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.
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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.
Missouri football fans took to Twitter in force to discuss the rumors about the Big 12.
Contrary to earlier reports, an SEC spokesman says the conference has not extended an invitation to Missouri to join the league.
Built like a fullback, Jared Culver is an unusual sight on the Missouri football team. But then, he's been an unusual sight in high school musicals, cheerleading squads and choirs, too.
Regents at both powerhouse schools gave their presidents the authority to find a new conference.
However conference realignment shakes out for Missouri, chances are that the fans will be hurt the most by the greed of the leaders in college football.
Senior Jacquies Smith returns from a dislocated elbow. His leadership will make a big contribution to the Tigers' effort at Oklahoma on Saturday.
Find out what Big 12 football coaches had to say about Monday's conference realignment news on the Missourian Sports Blog.
The defensive ends did not live up to their billing in Missouri's first two games, rarely applying pressure. Against Western Illinois though, they dominated.
Josey ran for 263 on 14 carries in the 69-0 Missouri win against the Western Illinois Leathernecks. Josey landed himself a spot as fourth in the Missouri record books for a single-game rushing performance.
Before Saturday's game, Missouri's Mike Alden discussed the latest conference realignment news.
On the day Missouri conducted its "Salute to America," long-time Tigers fan Russell Stokes talked about his proposal to Athletics Director Mike Alden to honor those who are veterans of the armed forces, as well as of Missouri athletic teams.
Despite the dreary weather, fans came out to tailgate and participate in the 2011 Tiger Walk before watching the MU football team take on the visiting Western Illinois Leathernecks.
The Missouri Tigers defeated the Western Illinois Leathernecks 69-0 Saturday at Faurot Field. The Tigers set a new school record with 744 yards of total offense and tied the previous record for most points scored in a game.