The Tigers defense posted its second shutout of the season and ended Iowa State's season with a 14-0 win Saturday in Ames, Iowa. The shutout was MU's first conference road shutout since 1967.
The Tigers beat the Ospreys 96-58 on Saturday at Mizzou Arena to improve their record to 2-0 to start the season.
Shivering has become a part of the football culture for Iowa State fans. The open and windy Jack Trice Stadium offers little buffer from the cold, and every season there are two or three games with 30-degree temperatures.
The Tigers beat the Cyclones 14-0 on the way to their ninth win of the season.
Ricardo Ratliffe scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Tigers.
Michael Dixon Jr. helped Missouri’s defense cause 34 North Florida turnovers, a record while playing at Mizzou Arena, in a 96-58 win over the Ospreys. The Tigers scored 30 points off of those turnovers.
De’Vion Moore, a junior tailback for the Tigers, is the leader of a young group of running backs that includes sophomore Kendial Lawrence and freshmen Henry Josey and Marcus Murphy.
Many Missouri football players outside of the offensive line can't help but laugh when they think of playing without long sleeves this Saturday in the cold in Ames, Iowa.
Saturday’s game against Missouri is the Cyclones' final regular season game. With a win Iowa State will have a 6-6 record and a chance at a postseason bowl game. A loss means the season is over.
After two games that didn't play out as expected, the MU women's basketball team prepares for three tough games in the Paradise Jam tournament beginning Nov. 25 in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Missouri coach Mike Anderson called junior center Steve Moore "the player of the game."
The Leathernecks' Emeka Okafor Jr., is the third cousin of the former UConn standout and current New Orleans Hornets player.
Senior safety Jarrell Harrison was 12 years old the last time he played linebacker. He expects that Iowa State coaches will target him when the two teams meet Saturday.
The Missouri Tigers will travel 7,308 miles during a 14-day stretch. The team will play in four different venues and in seven games.
Wide receiver Rolandis Woodland's 51-yard reception last Saturday in the Tigers' win over Kansas State was the longest of his career and marked his first sizable contribution this season.
In preparation for the Tigers' game against the Wildcats, Missouri head coach Gary Pinkel and offensive coordinator Dave Yost spiced up the team's playbook.
Missouri will be without linebacker Luke Lambert for Saturday's game at Iowa State. Lambert will miss his fifth game in a row because of a knee strain.
Starter Austen Arnaud injured his left knee Saturday at Colorado, cutting short his final season with the Cyclones. Now the Cyclones look to Jerome Tiller in their final game to earn bowl eligibility.
The Huskers haven't won a Big 12 title since 1999, and the Cowboys would be the first South Division team other than Oklahoma or Texas to make the title game since 1998.
The Missouri basketball team held its position at No. 15. The Tigers make their season debut on Thursday.