The chance to play with Marching Mizzou in front of 50,000 fans will give high school bands an experience they won’t soon forget
The Name Game: Six Missouri football players go by aliases. Can you match the player and real name.
Tall buildings, credit cards and circuses all have ties to the school and town the Tigers' next opponent hails from.
Missouri standout tight ends Martin Rucker and and Chase Coffman say their close relationship with assistant coach Bruce Walker has helped them succeed.
Still mindful of Appalachian State's upset of Michigan, the Missouri football team wants to make sure it keeps its focus Saturday against Illinois State.
Running back Parrish Fisher used to play for the K-State Wildcats and was at Bill Snyder’s last game against MU. Two years later, he is playing against the Tigers, this time with Illinois State.
After a stellar season that earned kicker Jeff Wolfert a spot on the 2007 Lou Groza Award watch list, Missouri’s kicker is struggling to find his 2006 form.
Sidelined all of last season with a torn ACL, MU redshirt freshmen receiver Jeremy Maclin has been making up for lost time on offense and special teams in the Tigers’ first three games.
After giving up 24 points and 372 yards of total offense to Western Michigan on Saturday, the Tiger defense will have to improve before conference play begins against Nebraska on Oct. 6.
A touchdown in the first drive of the game and a large first-half lead pushed the Tigers past the Broncos 52-24 on Saturday.
Backup quarterback Chase Patton scored the first touchdown of his collegiate career on a rush, not a pass.
Many fans found a new experience in Columbia at Memorial Stadium on Saturday.
Quarter-by-quarter recaps of the Missouri-Western Michigan football game
Will Franklin is situated in front of a helicopter at the University Health Center. The Tiger wide receiver has arrived slightly later than the agreed-upon 6 p.m. meeting time.
Click on a picture to find out more about MU's receivers.
Though he’s still near the beginning of a life in football, A.J. Ricker, 27, has some life lessons to share.
In its past two games, the Missouri football team's focus has faded the more its lead has grown. The Tigers hope to fix the trend in their home opener Saturday against Western Michigan.
Nose-tackle Lorenzo Williams and his defensive unit are trying to correct problems that have turned blow-outs into close games the past two weeks.