Travel packages to the Big 12 Championship are sold out, but driving is always an option.
MU football players, Coach Gary Pinkel and various spirit squads will make appearances. Coffee and hot chocolate will be provided.
MU football players took some time after their victory over Kansas to celebrate their No. 1 ranking, but they quickly went back to work, preparing for a rematch Saturday against Oklahoma for the Big 12 title.
Precision passing from quarterback Chase Daniel and clutch kicking from Jeff Wolfert helped them earn Big 12 player of the week honors
Down on the Las Vegas Strip the Tigers aren’t even rated the best team in their next game, against No. 9 Oklahoma.
The Associated Press put the Tigers on top of its poll for the second time in school history. It is the Tigers’ first No. 1 ranking since November of 1960. The Tigers received 45 first-place votes, while No. 2 ranked West Virginia got 20. In the BCS rankings, which ultimately determine which teams play for the national championship, Missouri was also listed at No. 1 over West Virginia.
When asked about the challenges presented by MU quarterback Chase Daniel and tight ends Martin Rucker and Chase Coffman, Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops responded confidently. “We’ve dealt with that the last two years with them. Right?”
Tigers can enjoy their great season, Big 12 North title.
Typically a rarely-penalized time, Missouri was flagged 14 times in its win over Kansas.
Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel makes the Heisman case for his quarterback, Chase Daniel
ESPN's GameDay, and raucous fans turned the area surrounding Arrowhead into a spectacle.
In anticipation for Saturday night's football game between MU and the University of Kansas, fans gathered in downtown Kansas City on Friday evening at McFadden's Restaurant.
Sports hate can be enjoyable, but old-time real hate is something best left in the past.
TigerBoard.com connects thousands of Missouri sports fans scattered across the globe, and before MU’s biggest game in decades, the message board has become a haven for taking jabs at the Jayhawks.
Thirsty fans at this weekend’s MU-KU Border Showdown need look no farther than the concession stands at Arrowhead Stadium for beer.
Here are what Missouri and Kansas stand to gain with a victory on Saturday.