Wes Kemp was the standout wide receiver in College Station, Texas, on Saturday, when he caught 10 passes for 89 yards in Missouri's 30-9 victory over Texas A&M.
The Missouri defense was impressive in a 30-9 victory over Texas A&M on Saturday in College Station, Texas, holding the Aggies to just a field goal and a touchdown.
The ability of the 12th Man, as Aggies fans are called, to change the results of a game played on Kyle Field is hard to ignore. Those who underestimate it put themselves in serious peril.
In high school, T. J. Moe and Carl Gettis started a close relationship that continues today with the Missouri football team.
Jacquies Smith has filled Aldon Smith’s void on the field. It’s making up for Smith's mouth that’s the real challenge.
The former Missouri wide receiver anticipates playing, but coach Steve Spagnuolo was noncommittal.
Those that know about Missouri kicker Trey Barrow's football abilities weren't surprised to see him rush 26 yards for a first down on a fake punt Saturday against Colorado.
MU junior Robert McGugan started working on the equipment staff for the Tiger football team this past summer. But, he first got involved with Mizzou athletics as a diver.
Missouri tight end Michael Egnew was named the John Mackey Tight End of the Week Wednesday for his performance in the Tigers' 26-0 win over Colorado last Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
MU redshirt freshman linebacker Andrew Wilson has had a strong start, and his father Jay Wilson, a standout linebacker at Mizzou from 1979 to 1983, couldn't be happier.
Missouri men's basketball hosted it's preseason media day on Tuesday. Head coach Mike Anderson and members of the 2010-11 squad met with members of the media.
Five new players have joined the Missouri basketball team for the 2010-2011 season, and a core of returning players is ready to show them their way.
Former MU wide receiver Danario Alexander was moved from the practice squad to replace injured receiver Mark Clayton.
The Tigers' starting quarterback, Blane Gabbert, is returning to full practice Tuesday, despite a hip pointer injury.
About 12 MU students vied for a spot on the Missouri men's basketball team during walk-on tryouts Wednesday night at Mizzou Arena. They found just how challenging Missouri's uptempo style can be.
A hip pointer sidelined starter Blaine Gabbert in the fourth quarter of Saturday's game against Colorado.
The Tigers are ranked as high as 19th in the USA Today coaches' poll.
Missouri has won its past five games against Colorado by a combined score of 203-40.
Before the injury, Gabbert was having one of his best games of the season. He said that he will play next week against Texas A&M.
Even though they're parked nearby, some tailgaters don't see much Missouri football.