In 2008, Oklahoma State came to Columbia and knocked off the then-No. 3 Tigers, altering the rest of Missouri's season. This time around, it's the Cowboys with a high ranking and an undefeated record, and it's Missouri with a chance to return the favor.
Madison often devours White Castle sandwiches, enjoys hunting and fishing and leaves his socks on while his ankles are taped.
Find out how much MU football players Zaviar Gooden and Jacquies Smith know about each other.
The Tigers hope to meet the expectations they set at the beginning of the season as they begin a tough stretch of the season.
MU football players talk about the 100th Homecoming. Here's a collection of this week's most interesting tweets.
After attending MU for three years, senior Andy Rosburg is walking on to the Tigers' men's basketball team. He will now have an opportunity to play with the team he has only previously watched from a distance.
Planning a Saturday full of watching football? Here's a schedule of the Big 12 games and where you can find them on the tube.
Get in the know-how about this week's opponent: Oklahoma State.
The UM System Board of Curators is expected to discuss the next step in Missouri's conference alignment process as part of its regularly scheduled meetings Thursday and Friday at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
The Gold Team won 6-3 in Game 2 of the Missouri baseball team's Fall World Series on Wednesday at Taylor Stadium.
Shaky at times this season, the Tigers' secondary will face its stiffest test yet this Saturday against Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden and wide receiver Justin Blackmon.
The Gold team scored the go-ahead run off a sacrifice fly from Blake Brown in the top of the eighth.
Second-year Missouri women's basketball coach Robin Pingeton says the team is on a "journey," and she expects great success in the growth, maturity and building of the program.
Two years after Missouri initially recruited Sheldon Richardson, an injury to a teammate has set the stage for the junior defensive lineman to finally appear in the Tigers' starting lineup.
On Saturday, the weather was perfect, the centennial Homecoming festivities were in full swing and the Missouri football team rolled to an easy 52-17 win over Iowa State in front of a sold-out crowd of 71,004.
Tailgaters emerged en masse for MU's centennial Homecoming game. The Tigers would later take on Big 12 Conference rival Iowa State.
Missouri kept the momentum going into the second half of its game against Iowa State on Saturday, 52-17. The 71,000 fans who packed the stadium were undoubtedly delighted as the Tigers won during MU's centennial Homecoming celebration.
In Missouri’s 52-17 victory over Iowa State, many fans left at halftime or early in the third quarter. The Tigers were up big and, after all, it was Homecoming. There were other things to do.
Missouri returns all five starters from last season's team and lost just one player to graduation.
Missouri quarterback James Franklin completed 20 passes for 289 yards and three touchdowns, despite throwing a pair of interceptions.