Mizzou Sports

First student in line named cheer captain for ESPN's 'College GameDay'

Stephen Keller, who was the first student in line for ESPN's "College GameDay," was named the cheer captain of the show and led the crowd in chants and songs throughout the morning.

Marcus Denmon leads Missouri men's basketball to big win against Kansas

Senior Marcus Denmon led No. 4 Missouri with 29 points, including a 6-of-9 effort from the 3-point line, in the Tigers' 74-71 victory against No. 8 Kansas on Saturday at Mizzou Arena.

Missouri baseball relives past at First Pitch Dinner

Missouri baseball coach Tim Jamieson recalled games from his past at the First Pitch Dinner on Saturday.

An estimated 5,000 Missouri fans show up for Saturday's 'College GameDay' in Columbia

By 9 a.m., an estimated 5,000 fans were inside Mizzou Arena for the start of ESPN "College GameDay," being broadcast for basketball from Columbia for the first time.

Missouri women's basketball prepares for Texas Tech

In the two teams' first meeting in early January, Texas Tech narrowly escaped Mizzou Arena with a 69-63 victory.

ESPN "College GameDay" hosts eager for Missouri's game against Kansas

"GameDay" hosts are calling Saturday's men's basketball game between Missouri and Kansas one of the biggest they've seen in years.

Preparing for College GameDay: What you need to know

ESPN "College GameDay" is back in town, so the time has come to map out a game plan. This means deciding on a parking spot, breaking out the MU gold and possibly even investing in a tent.

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: Academic Progress Rate

Academic Progress Rate is an NCAA tool that measures the success of a program moving its athletes toward graduation. It takes into account academic eligibility and retention — whether the athletes stay in schoo

For Missouri coach Frank Haith, success stems from quality players

In his first season as the Tigers' head coach, Frank Haith has led the Tigers to a level of success beyond his expectations. According to Haith, having good players who are good people is the foundation of the team's success.

Missouri Tigers fit standard of toughness, says analyst Jay Bilas

Jay Bilas wrote an article defining toughness in 2009. Since then he has seen the Tigers play and said they "absolutely" are tough — and a title contender.


MU students get early jump on KU game seats

The No. 4 Missouri Tigers host the No. 8 Kansas Jayhawks on Saturday night. MU students camped out overnight Wednesday in hopes of landing one of the 250 seats behind the set of ESPN's "College GameDay" telecast at 9 a.m. Saturday.

Matt and Phil Pressey accustomed to change

Matt and Phil Pressey's nomadic childhood has toughened them over the years, leaving them more adaptable to difficult situations like the departure of coach Mike Anderson.

SEC-bound Missouri football team announces presence on signing day

By picking up the nation's top recruit in Dorial Green-Beckham, the Tigers showed they can hold their own in the SEC recruiting battle.

Dorial Green-Beckham signs letter to join Missouri football team

Green-Beckham, considered the No. 1 football recruit in the nation, chose Missouri over traditional powerhouses.

Football players choose Missouri on National Signing Day

Missouri's 2012 recruiting class is complete. We've compiled a list of the football players who have chosen to play for Missouri, along with their highlight tapes.

Missouri-Kansas basketball rivalry to be showcased on ESPN "College GameDay"

ESPN's "College GameDay" will be at Mizzou Arena on Saturday for No. 4 Missouri's game against No. 8 Kansas at 8 p.m.

Dorial Green-Beckham's commitment to Missouri prompts excited tweets

When Dorial Green-Beckham, considered the No. 1 football recruit in the nation, signed a letter of intent to play for Missouri on Wednesday morning, some fans turned to Twitter to express their excitement and support.

After lopsided loss to Baylor, Missouri women's basketball looking for positives

A 30-point walloping was a 14-point improvement from the Tigers' last date with the Bears in early January, a 44-point loss in Waco, Texas. And small improvements are what Missouri coach Robin Pingeton preaches to her team.


Missouri women's basketball team will play two televised games

The Missouri women’s basketball team will play two games against Big 12 rival Iowa State live on cable television.

Missouri women's basketball team can't contain Baylor's Griner

Baylor's Brittney Griner, a 6-foot-8 center, scored 18 points in only 26 minutes in the No. 1 Bears' 71-41 win against Missouri on Wednesday night at Mizzou Arena.