Missouri held No. 16 Texas A&M to three second-half points and came alive on offense to win 38-31 in overtime Saturday at Kyle Field.
The Aggies jumped ahead on consecutive second-quarter touchdown drives.
Behind a receiver-turned-quarterback, Texas A&M is a much better team than the one that lost when Missouri went to College Station last season.
Using what it calls a crowd noise simulation system, the Missouri football staff desensitizes its offense to hostile away game environments. Projected over high-quality speakers, the noise matches and can exceed decibel levels in which the offense will have to perform.
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Missouri is the Big 12's top rushing team, and Texas A&M boasts the No. 1 rush defense in the conference. When looking past the initial statistics, however, it seems both sets of numbers could be misleading.
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This weekend features a date with a Texas A&M offense that's scoring more than 40 points per game.
This year, the Gold Team won the annual intrasquad series with a 4-1 record.
With no official announcement from MU Chancellor Brady Deaton, the timeline for Missouri's anticipated departure from the Big 12 Conference is still murky.
After his four-turnover performance Saturday against Oklahoma State, Franklin said he has had a lot of thinking to do.
Missouri lost its fourth game of the season on Saturday, just one day after MU Chancellor Brady Deaton was granted decision-making powers on conference realignment.
The Tigers had their chances in Saturday's loss, but with every impact play that went in Missouri’s favor, another in the Cowboys’ favor followed.
Missouri fans filled the tailgating area near the stadium Saturday as the Tigers prepared to take on the Cowboys. Lots of tents with food, libations and games were easy to spot. Talking about and playing football were also favored activities.
Looking to turn their season around, the Missouri Tigers faced off against No. 6 Oklahoma State. Despite only trailing 24-17 at halftime, the Tigers couldn't overcome a potent Oklahoma State offense and several turnovers by quarterback James Franklin.
The Tigers' six-year streak of bowl appearances is in serious jeopardy.
For two couples with ties to three Big 12 teams, conference realignment threatens to change the landscape they have enjoyed for years.