"I've had better Saturdays than Saturday," Gary Pinkel quipped earlier this week. But there's not much to joke about after Saturday's shellacking by Georgia, the Tigers' second loss in three games.
D'Angelo Allen and Jakeenan Gant are expected to be charged with a misdemeanor after they were arrested on suspicion of third-degree assault in September.
Keanau Post and Ryan Rosburg combine for 23 points in Missouri men's basketball scrimmage.
The sophomore quarterback's struggle through two Southeastern Conference games has given way to the most scrutiny he's faced since arriving on campus.
The Tigers will play Mississippi State in an interdivisional game set for 8 p.m. on Nov. 5.
He is retiring at the end of the academic year in order to pursue further treatment for recurring prostate cancer.
Missouri women's tennis players find chemistry at Bulldog Tennis Classic in Athens, Georgia.
Missouri is coming off its first shutout since 2002. Florida, the team's next opponent, has also had its share of offensive troubles.
Katie McLean works with the Missouri tennis players on team chemistry and cohesion, as well as building confidence and positive thoughts on the court.
The team's first home match is Jan. 28 against Northern Iowa.
On a record-setting night, the Missouri volleyball team loses a road match to Missouri-Kansas City.
A look back at Missouri's 34-0 loss at home to Georgia on Saturday.
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Like much of the game, Maty Mauk's last-second play at the half had Missouri fans rising to their feet, only to be forced back into their seats. Mauk had the worst game of his career at Missouri.
Georgia players said the absence of Todd Gurley added extra motivation behind Saturday's 34-0 win over Missouri.
Missouri's defense was on the field for 83 plays against the Bulldogs. The Tigers held Georgia to a pair of field goals in the first quarter, but the Bulldogs' attack would break through for 34 points.
Mitch Morse is a senior left tackle for the Tigers. Mitchell Morse is a senior accounting student who was mistaken by sports agents for the offensive lineman.
The Missouri Tigers were back in Columbia to take on the Georgia Bulldogs. Missourian reporters walked around the stadium and kept their eyes open online for your thoughts, reactions and moments from the game. Check out our social coverage of all the action below, and follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat (comissourian) and Facebook.
Senior Whitney Little secured her ninth school record with 378 career block assists. She helped the team tally
Facing a Southeastern Conference foe for only the second time, the Tigers lost to the Bulldogs 14-0 in the 1960 Orange Bowl. But the loss gave way to years of triumph.