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Horton arrested on suspicion of third-degree assault

MU basketball guard Jason M. Horton was arrested at 12:20 p.m. Friday in connection with a fight in which fellow player Stefhon Hannah’s jaw was broken outside of Athena Night Club, Columbia police said. He was booked and released on a summons.

MU assistant women's coach becomes head coach at Central Arkansas

Matt Daniel will begin coaching UCA’s women’s basketball team next season, but he has left the Tigers to lead UCA’s recruiting efforts for the rest of the season.

Police interested in speaking to suspended Tigers

Columbia Police Sgt. Ken Hammond said the police are in the process of contacting guard Jason Horton and forwards Marshall Brown, Darryl Butterfield and Leo Lyons so that they can be questioned. They are not currently suspects in the incident at Athena Night Club that left Stefhon Hannah with a broken jaw.

Still no word on when suspension will end

Guards Stefhon Hannah and Jason Horton and forwards Marshall Brown, Darryl Butterfield and Leo Lyons were indefinitely suspended before Missouri’s 66-62 loss to Nebraska on Wednesday for breaking team rules. Team spokesman Dave Reiter said on Thursday that there is no word on when the suspensions will be over and he didn’t know when a decision would be made.

From one court to another

Senior Nicole Wilson makes a difficult transition from veteran volleyball star to first-year basketball player.

Missouri’s remaining players show heart

With five players suspended indefinitely, Missouri put up a fight against Nebraska and kept fans entertained, using just seven players in a 66-62 loss to the Cornhuskers.

Anderson says discipline is necessary to correct problems

The Missouri basketball has had a difficult week following the suspension of five players. After the Nebraska game coach Mike Anderson discussed the disciplinary actions.

Shorthanded Tigers lose

The Mizzou basketball team, shorthanded after coach Mike Anderson suspended five players Tuesday, lost 66-62 to Nebraska.

Suspensions will cause matchup problems against Nebraska

With five players suspended, Missouri's basketball team will need to find new ways to contend with Cornhuskers.

Temple drops athletic appeal

Temple will test his worth in the NFL.

Missouri women lose to Texas A&M

Tony Temple announces his MU football career is over

COLUMBIA — It turns out Tony Temple's career at Missouri is, in fact, over.

Temple announced Tuesday he will give up on any further appeals for an extra year of eligibility and focus on readying himself for the NFL draft.

"It's time to move on and focus on doing what I need to do to make a positive impression for the next level," Temple said in a statement released through the university.

5 Missouri basketball players suspended after brawl

Three days after a weekend brawl left his top scorer with a broken jaw, Missouri basketball coach Mike Anderson has suspended five players indefinitely.

Team quiet about Hannah's broken jaw

Few details given about how the Tigers guard was injured Sunday morning at a Columbia night club.

Former MU coach Larry Smith dies

Mr. Smith, who led the Missouri football team for seven seasons, died Monday, Jan. 28, 2008 in Tuscon, Ariz. He was 68.

Tigers look to get 3-point shooting back on track

The Missouri women's team has been one of the best in the Big 12 from the three-point line, but poor outside shooting in the last two games has caused the offense to struggle.

Hannah injured after fight outside nightclub

The incident is the latest in a series dating back to last summer and leading coach Mike Anderson to institute a "no tolerance" policy in July.

Lyons leads comeback in MU victory over Colorado

The host Colorado Buffaloes scored the first 11 points of the game. Slow starts have been common for MU when playing away from home. But instead of not being able to overcome the early deficit, MU rallied from as many as 14 points down to beat Colorado 66-62 on Saturday afternoon.

Missouri women's basketball held to season-lowing scoring total in loss to Texas

Texas constantly put pressure on MU by trapping on the perimeter and playing tough man-to-man defense to force 23 Tiger turnovers and MU’s worst offensive game of the season. Tigers coach Cindy Stein said the Longhorns’ defense wasn’t the problem. Instead it was a lack of production from supporting players who Stein said needed to want to score more.

Goestenkors looks to return Texas women's hoops to place among elite

While the Texas women’s basketball program isn’t at the level of elite programs like Tennessee, Connecticut, or Duke, it’s not like the Longhorns are trudging along in the mud. They have missed the NCAA Tournament two seasons in a row, but it is Texas’ first two-year hiatus from the tournament since its inception in 1982.



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