The Tigers had two of their toughest opponents, Texas and Kansas, at home, and three beatable opponents, Iowa State, Texas Tech and Colorado, on the road. So far, the only thing that’s gone right for MU is a win over then-No. 12 Texas. The Tigers then lost to Iowa State, Kansas and, on Wednesday, to Texas Tech.
Missouri lost another away game to fall to 0-5 on the road for the season. Keon Lawrence scored a season-high 24 points in the loss.
The Baylor Bears used suffocating defense to give Coach Kim Mulkey her 200th career win, but she downplayed the accomplishment.
Jessra Johnson’s 18 points weren’t enough to pull off an upset against No. 6 Baylor in a 72-57 loss to the Bears at Mizzou Arena.
The last time Baylor came to Columbia, the Bears were the defending national champions and had a 30-game winning streak. The Tigers upset Baylor and ended the streak with a 64-61 win. Now they will be looking to pull off another upset Wednesday as they face No. 6 Baylor at Mizzou Arena.
The Tigers have struggled on the road all year, and lately have been giving up lots of free throw attempts. The game against the Red Raiders provides an opportunity to correct both.
Extra practice sounded good to MU guard Matt Lawrence on Monday. The distinctive swish of a 3-pointer hitting its mark reached his ears more than it has in the Tigers' past few games.
Gallery of photographs from the men's basketball game against Kansas.
Seldom-used forward Vaidotas Volkus scored a career-high eight points in Missouri’s most anticipated contest of the year: the Kansas game.
The Tigers tried valiantly to finish off a second-half comeback, but fell 66-60 to rival Kansas on Saturday afternoon in Lawrence.
Stefhon Hannah’s 23 points weren't enough to stop No. 3 Kansas on Saturday in the Border Showdown at Mizzou Arena.
The Tigers haven’t lost a home game yet this year, but the Jayhawks are probably the most talented team on the Tigers’ schedule.
Missouri’s tallest player can be shy, but take Leo Lyons out of the limelight and more of his personality is revealed.
The statistical leaders atop the Big 12 Conference’s women’s basketball charts read like a who’s who in the game today.
There were some no-shows in the MU men's basketball team's lineup Wednesday night, leaving DeMarre Carroll and Matt Lawrence to fend for themselves a Tigers’ loss at Iowa State.
Since Mike Anderson took over as Missouri coach last season, the Tigers have been dominant at home with a 25-4 record. The problem is that MU is just 3-9 in road games under Anderson, and the team has lost all three of its road contests this year.
Riley has been unstoppable all season, averaging 22.5 points per game for the No. 18 Cowgirls. She leads an offense near the top of every category in the Big 12.
A couple of Big 12 coaches had some good things to say Monday about the recent play of the Tigers' guards.
It might finally be time to welcome Missouri guard Keon Lawrence back from his shooting slump.