Before Saturday's game, Missouri's Mike Alden discussed the latest conference realignment news.
On the day Missouri conducted its "Salute to America," long-time Tigers fan Russell Stokes talked about his proposal to Athletics Director Mike Alden to honor those who are veterans of the armed forces, as well as of Missouri athletic teams.
Despite the dreary weather, fans came out to tailgate and participate in the 2011 Tiger Walk before watching the MU football team take on the visiting Western Illinois Leathernecks.
The Missouri Tigers defeated the Western Illinois Leathernecks 69-0 Saturday at Faurot Field. The Tigers set a new school record with 744 yards of total offense and tied the previous record for most points scored in a game.
The Missouri Tigers dominated in the first half against the Western Illinois Leathernecks.
At halftime Saturday in Missouri's game against Western Illinois, the Tigers played a strong offense to advance against the Leathernecks.
Records fall and Missouri overwhelms Western Illinois.
Setting up and tearing down is the constant theme for the athletic department's facilities crew that works the graveyard shift to prepare the Mizzou Sports Park and surrounding campus for football games and other events.
Never before has the current crop of Missouri football players had a loss this early in the season. Add in the team's first overtime game since the 2008 Alamo Bowl, and the team is dealing with a couple new experiences.
Get to know defensive tackle Dominique Hamilton.
Breaking down what you wanted to know, and probably some things that you didn't want to know, about Western Illinois.
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When middle linebacker Will Ebner was injured in the team's first game, Andrew Wilson filled in, moving from his outside linebacker position to the middle.
Moberly native Trey Barrow is turning heads with booming, game-changing, punts.
Twitter allows Missouri football fans the chance to get to know their favorite players personalities and what they like to do when they are off Faurot Field.
After losing its second running back in two games, the Missouri football team turns to Henry Josey, who excelled against Arizona State last Friday. He will have help from some friends — bigger friends — too.
For a look at Missourian sports reporter Andrew Wagaman's analysis of Friday's Missouri football game at Arizona State go to the Missourian Sports Blog.
Holt, a redshirt freshman who had not made the team's final depth chart, has been removed from the Tigers' program.