The Missouri women's basketball team rides an eight-game winning streak into Saturday's game against No. 3 Texas A&M.
Freshman guard Kim English's work ethic is helping him make progress early in the Missouri men's basketball team's season.
The Tigers snapped an eight-game nonconference road losing streak on Saturday afternoon.
The Tiger's bench had its most impressive performance of the year in a 76-65 win at Duquesne.
Missouri guard J.T. Tiller is from Marietta, Ga., which is about an hour and a half from the University of Georgia campus. Tiller's parents are coming to Saturday's game in a group of about 20 family and friends, and several of Tiller's friends from Wheeler High School will be there, too.
The junior guards focus on assists and steals and leave the scoring to their teammates.
The Tigers will look to build on program's success in 2009.
If the Alamo Bowl turns out to be Maclin’s last game as a Tiger, he won’t be disappointed. “I caught Chase Daniel’s last pass at Mizzou,” Maclin said.
Sean Weatherspoon and William Moore’s rush on Northwestern quarterback C.J. Bacher finally knocked Northwestern out of the game.
Missouri rallied to beat Northwestern 30-23 in the Alamo Bowl on Monday night. The win gave the Tigers (10-4) double-digit victories in consecutive seasons for the first time in school history.
Fans were disappointed that the Tigers weren't in a national championship game and would have liked to have seen more wins this season. They traveled to San Antonio without complaint and hopes for a win on Monday night.
The Missouri women's basketball team won its sixth consecutive game despite playing a sloppy second half.
The Missouri women's basektball team had a week between its Dec. 21 game at Arkansas and Monday's win over SEMO. MU coach Cindy Stein gave the Tigers from the 22nd to the 25th to go home and spend time with family.
Missouri linebacker Steve Redmond had to endure the difficult transition from competitor to injured player. It’s a change that gets the best of many athletes, whose very identity can be shattered by a single blow.
The Alamo Bowl isn't where the Tigers had planned to end their season. But now that they're here, they plan to go out with a win.
Regardless of the causes, there’s one thing the Tigers can agree on: There’s no altering the past. The only thing they can influence now is Monday night’s matchup with Northwestern.
Instead of taking a lighthearted approach to Monday night's Alamo Bowl, Missouri is preparing as if its entire season hinges on its game against Northwestern.