Missouri freshman tailback Henry Josey was told the night before the season's first game he might get a chance to play. He said he spent a lot of time thinking and reflecting once the possibility of playing became real.
Reports say Missouri third-string quarterback Ashton Glaser was arrested Thursday for missing a court date for a speeding charge.
Although Michael Egnew and Andrew Jones share a position, their physical strengths are anything but similar. Instead of fitting into a physical prototype, the two tight ends embrace their different body types, and the two fill the wide range of needs for the Tigers.
The Missouri football team showed a new defensive look against Illinois that had two players lined up out of position.
Aldon Smith, a sophomore defensive end on the Missouri football team, had 10 tackles, three tackles for loss and two sacks in Missouri's 23-13 win over Illinois on Saturday.
Detroit's Max Scherzer allowed four runs to the White Sox on Monday, ending a streak of six straight starts in which he goes at least six innings without allowing more than one earned run.
Darvin Ruise is new to the linebacker position after spending his high school years as a quarterback and safety. Co-offensive line coach Josh Henson recruited Ruise as a safety, but Ruise spent the winter and spring bulking up to the point that he’d simply outgrown his former position
The Tigers' defensive end was named the defensive player of the week by The Walter Camp Football Foundation.
In his first start for the Missouri football team, T.J. Moe, a sophomore, was the standout wide receiver in Missouri’s 23-13 win against Illinois. He caught 13 receptions for 101 yards and scored the team’s first touchdown of the day.
Coach Pinkel tells his playmakers at the break that they have to step up and gets more offense from Gabbert and his wide receivers.
Carl Gettis' one-handed interception in the fourth quarter securely placed all the momentum on Missouri's side and helped lead the team to a 23-13 victory over Illinois.
“The easy thing to say is that Illinois doesn’t want to get beat anymore.” — Missouri sports historian Michael Atchison on the end of the Arch Rivalry series.
The Missouri men's basketball team will hold walk-on tryouts at 6 p.m. Oct. 11 at Mizzou Arena.
The Tigers running back was charged with deviate sexual assault on Monday. He will keep his athletic scholarship as long as he remains enrolled at MU.
After Derrick Washington’s suspension last Thursday, Kendial Lawrence, the sophomore tailback, moved from second on the depth chart to first string. He and the other three backup tailbacks are ready to step up in Washington’s absence.
Dallas-area recruit Tony Mitchell missed the deadline to enroll for fall classes because of academic issues.
MU junior receiver Wes Kemp said he couldn't help being affected when Munir Prince, a senior cornerback and longtime friend of Kemp, was knocked unconscious during a punt return in last Thursday’s scrimmage.
The tickets will be available starting 6 p.m. Wednesday on mutigers.com.
Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel said Monday he feels responsible for the disciplinary problems his team is facing, but thinks the program has a good system for dealing with such difficulties.
Missouri wide receiver Jerrell Jackson was supposed to be out until October with a wrist injury, but some fast healing put him back in the lineup against Illinois on Saturday.