Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel said no one is an offensive lineman to be a star, but Saturday, the Tigers' offensive linemen clearly stood out, playing their best game of the season against their strongest test.
Five of the nation's top offenses are in the Big 12.
Fans rushed Faurot Field on Saturday night, uprooted the north end zone goal post and, following tradition, took it to the downtown bar.
Aric Bremer, a 2003 MU graduate, will take the place of Randy Wright.
Belief mixed with preparation to produce the Tigers' big win.
Missouri made the largest jump in the poll, moving 11 spots after beating previously undefeated Oklahoma 36-27. The Sooners dropped eight spots to No. 11.
The Tigers dropped Oklahoma from No. 1 to No. 9.
Missouri students flooded the field after the Tigers upset the BCS No.1 Oklahoma Sooners.
Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel was thrilled after his first win over Oklahoma on Saturday night. His Tigers are 7-0 for the first time since 1960.
Student organizations had to restore storefronts to their pre-Homecoming conditions by 2:30 p.m. today.
An estimated 18,000 fans attended the taping of the ESPN show at the Francis Quadrangle on Saturday morning. Many fans arrived before sunrise.
Fans waited in the rain for their chance to be on The Quad as part of the crowd when ESPN broadcasts its show Saturday morning. MU fans hope to break Nebraska's record for number of people in attendance at the event.
The Tigers defeated Oklahoma, the No. 1 team in the BCS standings, 36-27.
In the two weeks since Missouri’s last home game against Colorado, something has changed. Missouri, both its team and its fans, began to compete on a higher level.
Deep within the forest of fans, it was nearly impossible to distinguish your location. A thick skyline of signs blocked every legitimate view of ESPN's "GameDay" stage.
More than 200 people crowded into Brewer Fieldhouse at the MU Recreation Center on Saturday morning for a free breakfast and to watch Brock and the other members of the Missouri women’s basketball team practice as part of the annual Brewer Breakfast.
The show made its first ever trip to Columbia on Saturday, but not without ample effort and preparation.
MU faithful celebrate the big homecoming victory in the twittersphere.
When Trey Millard was 17 and a four-star recruit at Rock Bridge High School, he made a verbal commitment to Oklahoma. It didn’t go over well around town.
Tigers come to Columbia from far and wide for MU's Homecoming celebration. But others are already here.