Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel said once his players began watching film of Iowa, it didn’t take them long to realize what a talented team the Hawkeyes are.
The Missouri men's basketball team held one of the nation's leading scorers to eight points, defeating Northern Illinois 97-61 to give coach Mike Anderson his 100th win with the Tigers.
This year, Tempe, Ariz., is hosting three bowl games: the Insight Bowl, the Fiesta Bowl and the national championship game. The football games set to take place this week are a tiny fraction of everything else that surrounds the bowl games.
In the time between MU's last game and the Insight Bowl, the Tigers players nursing injuries got a much needed break, while some of the younger players got a chance to play a bigger role.
Missouri players are looking at Tuesday's Insight Bowl with the lessons of the past year in mind.
The Hawkeyes hope to rise above a tough month with a good showing in Tuesday's Insight Bowl.
The Missouri football team woke up early on Christmas morning, but not to open presents. Instead the players headed outside to practice for Tuesday's Insight Bowl.
The Missouri men's basketball team beat Northern Illinois 97-61 at Mizzou Arena on Monday to give coach Mike Anderson his 100th win as a Tiger.
With a win over Northern Illinois on Monday, Missouri men's basketball coach Mike Anderson would earn his 100th win at Missouri, reaching the milestone in fewer games than any previous Missouri coach.
There are few factors that, at face value, set apart Missouri backup quarterback James Franklin. He’s funny, but even starter Blaine Gabbert will crack a joke. He’s polite, but many of his teammates’ reserved manners border on politeness. He is religious, but many Tigers thank God for their success on the field. With Franklin, the differences are in the details, and when you’ve spent time with him you realize just how unique those details make him. His humor is different, more genuine and guileless, and his politeness isn’t just a means to evade questions. His religion, though so much less overt than many athletes', is deeper — there’s no need to talk about it — and it drives everything he does.
On Dec. 28, Missouri will play Iowa for the first time since 1910, bringing a once ugly rivalry into the 21st century.
The Missouri football team has spent the past weeks learning how to blend the fun of playing in the Insight Bowl with the intensity it needs to succeed on Tuesday in Tempe, Ariz.
The Missouri men's basketball team capitalized on clutch moments to defeat Illinois on Wednesday night in the annual Braggin' Rights game at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis.
Fans of opposing teams met on the dividing line of the Scottrade Center on Wednesday night, but only one left with 'Braggin' Rights.'
With 1.3 seconds remaining, and Missouri holding a 75-64 lead over Illinois, Laurence Bowers walked over to the side of the Scottrade Center and waved his arms up and down, a big grin on his face. The Tigers had sealed their second-straight victory over the Illini, and Bowers had quite a game, finishing with 13 points. He also came up with the play that sealed Missouri’s win.
No. 9 Missouri earned 'Braggin' Rights' with a 75-64 victory over No. 21 Illinois on Wednesday night at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis.
The Illinois men's basketball team looks to bounce back against Missouri on Wednesday after being upset by Illinois-Chicago on Saturday.
Missouri men's basketball coach Mike Anderson announced Tuesday that Tigers sophomore guard Michael Dixon Jr. will play against Illinois on Wednesday in the Braggin' Rights game at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis.
Shakara Jones became the 28th Tiger to reach 1,000 career points in the Missouri women's basketball team's 68-65 win against California-Riverside on Tuesday at Mizzou Arena.
For Justin Safford, who is from Bloomington, Ill., Wednesday's Braggin' Rights game against Illinois has a special significance.