Mizzou Sports

Life of an NFL football scout more than game film

After over 20 years as an assistant college football coach, Bob Morris is in his eighth season as a scout for the Cleveland Browns. And unlike Morris' press box neighbors, whose gameday work begins and ends a couple hours before and after kickoff, Morris' Saturday afternoons are just the beginning of a much longer process.

Lewis family shows affinity for football

Leo Lewis II played football in the Canadian Football League for 12 seasons and lives in Columbia. His son Leo Lewis III starred for Hickman and MU before playing 11 seasons for the Minnesota Vikings.

Missouri women's basketball team loses on late basket

Missouri, which led by 17 at halftime, gave up the lead for good when Memphis sophomore Brittany Carter hit a mid-range jumper with 12 seconds remaining.

Missouri football releases 2010 schedule

The addition of a game against San Diego State for Sep. 18, 2010, completed the football schedule.

Former Missouri women's basketball standout returns as opposing coach

Memphis coach Melissa McFerrin was a talented basketball player when she played for Missouri in the early 1980s. She returned to Columbia and helped lead her team to a comeback victory against Missouri.

Iowa State defense key to football team's success

After struggling early in the Big 12 Conference season, the Cyclones football team has become bowl eligible largely through strong performances from its defense.

Missouri women's basketball team looks to seniors for C.H.A.N.G.E

The Tigers' new motto, C.H.A.N.G.E, an acronym standing for competitiveness, happiness, attitude, new beginning, greatness and energy, reflects the goals of the four seniors on this season's team.

Pregame Playmakers: Homecoming committee worked for eight months on parade

For MU and Columbia, Homecoming is the game day of the football season. But for the 29 members of MU's homecoming steering committee, planning starts in February.

Bowers puts on show in Missouri men's basketball team's season-opening win

It was hard not to notice Missouri’s gangling 6-foot-8-inch, 205-pound forward during the Tigers’ season-opening 83-68 win against Tennessee-Martin on Tuesday night in front of 6,986 at Mizzou Arena.

Bench leads Missouri men's basketball team

When senior captain J.T. Tiller left the game with an ankle injury early in the second half, Missouri's bench players filled the void in the Tigers' 83-68 win over Tennessee-Martin on Tuesday at Mizzou Arena.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri men's basketball team defeats Tennessee-Martin

The Missouri men’s basketball team won its season-opener against Tennessee-Martin 83-68 on Tuesday night at Mizzou Arena.

Training puts Missouri men's basketball players on the clock

Being in the proper physical shape to play "The Fastest 40 Minutes in Basketball" is no easy task, but the Missouri men's basketball team has developed a unique training program to help it get there.

Pinkel seeks different methods to motivate Missouri football team

The Missouri football team has dealt with frustration since early October. Now the coach will try to help the young team win back-to-back conference games for the first time this season.

Danario Alexander earns more Big 12 honors

Missouri senior wide receiver Danario Alexander was named the Big 12 Conference Offensive Player of the Week for his performance in Saturday's football game at Kansas State.

Missouri football win against Kansas State about more than one game

Lorenzo Williams, a former defensive lineman, inspires Tigers to think about tradition.

Missouri's depth points to promising women's basketball season

A balanced attack led Missouri to a victory against visiting Northern Iowa in its season opener. Missouri's 21 bench points highlighted the team's depth.

Missouri women's basketball team rolls in season opener

The Missouri women's basketball team beat Northern Iowa 74-57 in its regular season opener Sunday night at Mizzou Arena.

MU men's basketball gets verbal commitment from 5-star recruit

Missouri women's basketball team looking for success

After struggling the past two seasons, the Missouri women's basketball team is hoping for a breakout season like so many other athletic programs at Missouri have had recently.

Alexander leads Missouri football to victory

Kansas State did not score a touchdown Saturday.