The Missouri Tigers will travel 7,308 miles during a 14-day stretch. The team will play in four different venues and in seven games.
Wide receiver Rolandis Woodland's 51-yard reception last Saturday in the Tigers' win over Kansas State was the longest of his career and marked his first sizable contribution this season.
In preparation for the Tigers' game against the Wildcats, Missouri head coach Gary Pinkel and offensive coordinator Dave Yost spiced up the team's playbook.
Missouri will be without linebacker Luke Lambert for Saturday's game at Iowa State. Lambert will miss his fifth game in a row because of a knee strain.
Starter Austen Arnaud injured his left knee Saturday at Colorado, cutting short his final season with the Cyclones. Now the Cyclones look to Jerome Tiller in their final game to earn bowl eligibility.
The Huskers haven't won a Big 12 title since 1999, and the Cowboys would be the first South Division team other than Oklahoma or Texas to make the title game since 1998.
The Missouri basketball team held its position at No. 15. The Tigers make their season debut on Thursday.
Michael Egnew, a junior tight end on the Missouri football team, has been named one of eight semifinalists for the 2010 John Mackey Award, given each season to the nation’s top collegiate tight end.
The defense dealt with a rushing quarterback in Collin Klein and a passing threat in Carson Coffman.
The Tigers ended their two-week slide after winning against Kansas State.
The Tigers lost on the road to Eastern Illinois. The next time Missouri plays is over Thanksgiving weekend in the Paradise Jam tournament in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
With successful running plays and a much-improved passing game, Missouri seemed more synchronized as a team Saturday in its 38-28 win over Kansas State.
MU defensive end Aldon Smith's forced fumble in the third quarter led to a touchdown and provided the spark the Missouri football team needed to get past Kansas State.
It wasn't really a goodbye; the Tigers still have three more games to play. But coach Gary Pinkel and the seniors on the Missouri football team had a difficult time controlling their emotions before Saturday's game — the last game at Faurot Field for the team's seniors.
Missouri football's Senior Day game ended with a victory over the Wildcats. The 38-28 victory brings Missouri's record to 8-2 and 4-2 in conference play.
Tigers quarterback Blaine Gabbert went 17-for-25 for 208 yards passing in a game in which six receivers recorded catches and eight players ran the ball for 232 yards.
Kansas State is one of only two Big 12 teams, the other being Nebraska, that has gained more yards rushing than throwing this season.
The Big 12 Conference has eight bowl affiliations and those bowls have a hierarchy for picking teams. Take a look at potential outcomes for Missouri.
The Tigers play their first regular season game against Western Illinois on Thursday night in the first round of the 2010 Cancun Challenge.
Missouri's next game is at 4 p.m. on Sunday against Eastern Illinois in Charleston, Ill.