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Pinkel hopes depth chart shake-ups will stop Missouri football's slump

Head coach Gary Pinkel said the shake-ups show that there's a lot of healthy competition between his players, and that it's encouraging good work from the team.

Missouri baseball super fan likes to be heard

Larry Wyatt II, a 35-year-old Columbia native, has been attending Missouri baseball games since spring 1995.

THE WEEK IN MISSOURI FOOTBALL: Exploring other options, another road loss

While Missouri looks at the possibility of joining another conference, the football team lost to No. 17 Kansas State 24-17 on Saturday.

Bad habits exacerbated in Missouri football loss to Kansas State

Even after addressing numerous minor problems during the bye week, the Missouri football team made costly mental errors against Kansas State, leading to a 24-17 loss.

Missouri defense unable to stop Kansas State running game

The Missouri defense had excelled at stopping the run in the season's first four games, but even though the Tigers held Kansas State under its season average in rushing yards, the Wildcats' run game was still effective.

HALFTIME: Missouri trails Kansas State 10-3

A James Franklin interception led to a touchdown for Kansas State, as the Missouri offense struggled early.

'Wabash Cannonball' a proud tradition for Kansas State

The Kansas State band takes pride in its rendition of "The Wabash Cannonball" and uses it to pump up the crowd during the Wildcats' home games.

Kansas fans react to Missouri possibly leaving the Big 12

After the Brady Deaton authority to pursue other conference options, it seems likely that Missouri will leave the Big 12. Kansas, presumably, will not be able to follow.

TIGER KICKOFF: Snyder's slow pace makes Kansas State a unique team in Big 12

If the rest of the conference is moving toward jet tempo, Kansas State is a single-engine propeller plane. But that plane flies just fine, just ask the Associated Press voters, who have Kansas State at No. 20 in this week's poll.

TIGER KICKOFF: MU athletic dining hall serving more than burgers and fries

The Sells Family Athletic Dining Hall accommodates 502 student-athletes. It caters to their nutritional needs while aiming for a dining experience better than your typical cafeteria.

Big 12 votes to begin talks with TCU, extend grant of TV rights

Missouri decided to hold out on two votes of the Big 12 Conference board of directors on Thursday. The board voted to start the process of bringing Texas Christian University into the league and to a six-year grant of TV rights.

TIGER KICKOFF: Big 12 games on TV this weekend

With Missouri looking to bounce back after a loss to Oklahoma, the Red River Rivalry, eyes on Baylor quarterback as an early favorite for the Heisman Trophy and undefeated Texas Tech on the field this weekend, here's how you can watch it all.

TIGER KICKOFF: Things to do in Manhattan, Kan.

For those of you headed to Manhattan, Kan., to watch the Tigers take on Kansas State, we gathered advice on where to eat and what to do in "The Little Apple."

TIGER KICKOFF: This week's interesting player tweets

COMMENT: Welcome to the culture of fear in college sports

In these uncertain days of conference realignment, schools have become so occupied with fighting off the grim reaper of irrelevance and financial instability that they have forgotten why college athletics exist in the first place.

Missouri cornerback E.J. Gaines setting example for shaken secondary

The Missouri football team's secondary has struggled to stop opponents' passing so far this season. However, sophomore E.J. Gaines has shown in the past two games that mistakes can be overcome.

Curators give Deaton power to explore SEC, other conference options

MU Chancellor Brady Deaton also announced that he had stepped down as the chairman of the Big 12 Conference Board of Directors.

SEC move would bring significant change for many MU sports

Missouri softball coach Ehren Earleywine said Tuesday night he doesn't oppose or support a move to the SEC. 

Bad news can't keep Missouri's Bowers away from read-to-children program

On Tuesday, men's basketball player Laurence Bowers learned that he had torn his ACL and will be out for the upcoming season. It didn't stop him from reading to children at the Columbia Public Library on Tuesday night.

Missouri football players spend bye week watching football, recovering, studying

With no game on the schedule this past Saturday, a group of Tigers got a chance to watch college football like regular fans for a day.