Tigers right tackle Colin Brown didn't take football seriously in high school, but has shown serious dedication in developing his raw talent and body size into what Chase Daniel now calls "the cornerstone of the offensive line."
Should University of Washington officials fire Tyrone Willingham, those close to the program say Pinkel and MU offensive coordinator Dave Christensen, both with Washington ties and rising national profiles, could become attractive options.
Looking back at where he's been, what he's seen, and what he's done, for Zach Milligan, who spent 11 months as a soldier in Iraq, working toward a Big 12 Conference championship suddenly doesn't seem like such an imperative mission.
MU football coach Gary Pinkel and MU quarterback Chase Daniel appeared on separate ESPN programs Tuesday, and tackled topics including Texas and Nebraska and motorcycling.
Should the Tigers win at Nebraska on Oct. 4, the Tigers will have passed another landmark on their journey toward national supremacy.
Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops remembers exactly what it felt like to lose at home to TCU in 2005. By the end of this week, his players won't have any trouble with remembering that either.
The Missouri football team fell one spot in the AP poll this week, but kept its No. 5 ranking in the USA Today Coaches poll.
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It's a rare statement from a college starter on a top-ranked team, but MU nose tackle Jaron Baston says he is not looking for "superstar-ism," as he calls it.
Jeff Gettys, a sophomore reserve linebacker for the Missouri football team, has taken advantage of every opportunity he has had a a walk-on for the Tigers. His efforts have earned him a scholarship.
It's hard for former teammates and coaches at Palo Duro High School in Amarillo, Texas, to forget the plays MU's Ziggy Hood used to make.
The offense of the Missouri football team has become a topic of national discussion, and those with ties to the program reflect upon its transformation.
Drew Willy, Buffalo’s quarterback and team leader, won’t let his team’s previous struggles dampen his spirit.
As a player, Turner Gill enjoyed much success against the Missouri Tigers.
After beating a ranked team and dominating its next two opponents, the Missouri football team is still looking for ways to improve.
Texas was set to play Arkansas next, but now the Longhorns next game is against Rice.
The performance of Missouri's defense was largely overlooked amid the offense's praise Saturday. Players and coaches said some areas must be addressed before the Tigers begin Big 12 Conference play Oct. 4 at Nebraska, but they are optimistic improvements will be made.
Hard as it is to fathom, the top teams in the conference found ways to look even stronger.
Going 23-for-28 in the Tigers' 69-17 win over Nevada, Chase Daniel overtook Brad Smith's career passing record in the first quarter with a pass to Jeremy Maclin for an 80-yard touchdown.
Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel has put up eye-popping numbers through three games this season while playing in just over four halves.