Missouri fans who made the trip to Texas as well as Texas Tech's mascot, "The Masked Rider," hung out before the game started at 7 p.m.
In their final exhibition game, the Tigers are facing a tough Oklahoma City team that comes to Columbia on Sunday ranked No. 3 in the NAIA.
An average basketball highlight on TV lasts about a minute and a half. On Friday, the Missouri men’s basketball team showed just how much scoring it can fit into the time frame.
Missouri senior linebacker Andrew Gachkar has worked through health problems and and balancing academics to become a leader for the Tigers.
After physical games against Oklahoma and Nebraska, the Tigers, a team built on speed and skill, will get back to something normal, something faster, something that's more fun for them to watch and play.
On Saturday night against Missouri, Texas Tech will wear camouflage-trimmed jerseys to honor the U.S. Armed Forces and to support the Wounded Warrior Project.
The Tigers will play the Harris-Stowe Hornets, a NAIA team, on Friday. Missouri is ranked 15th in the AP and ESPN/USA Today Coaches polls.
The Missouri football team's defeat at Nebraska last Saturday was the first loss of Henry Josey's and Marcus Murphy's college careers. But, coach Gary Pinkel said he is impressed with how the freshmen running backs are handling the setback.
The Missouri women's basketball team didn't play as well as new head coach Robin Pingeton would have liked, but the Tigers beat exhibition opponent Missouri Western 67-60 in Pingeton's coaching debut at Mizzou Arena.
The Missouri women's basketball team beat Missouri Western 66-60 Tuesday night in the season's first exhibition game, but the Tigers had to come from behind to win.
The Tigers look to recover from their first loss of the season last week against Nebraska.
Tori Niemann, a freshman on the Missouri women's basketball team, was an all-state athlete in three sports at Canton High School. After graduating as salutatorian in a class of 44 people, Niemann is set to showcase her skills at a much bigger level.
Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel said Monday he has asked the Big 12 Conference to look at videotape of Nebraska safety Courtney Osborne's hit on Tigers quarterback Blaine Gabbert in the fourth quarter of Saturday's 31-17 loss to the Cornhuskers.
New Missouri women's basketball coach Robin Pingeton says the Tigers are in condition for the start of season.
The Texas football team needs two more wins to become bowl eligible. But even six-win teams might not be guaranteed a bowl as the Big 12 could have as many as 10 bowl-eligible teams.
The running back's career day against Missouri shows that the Cornhuskers have weapons other than their quarterback.
The Sooners think the lessons they learned at Missouri will help.
The Tigers are No. 14 in both The Associated Press poll and the USAToday Coaches' poll.
Faced with one of the best secondaries in the nation, Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert had to run the ball against Nebraska more than he has all season.
The Tigers lost for the first time this season.