Not only does Derrick Washington replace Tony Temple, one of the best Tigers running backs, but he also takes over a key position on a team that expects to compete for a national title.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb told Juice Williams to play with confidence and have fun.
The Missouri basketball team is getting a head start on this season with three games in Canada.
The Missouri women's basketball team announced their schedule for the 2008-09 season Thursday.
If you're going to the game in St. Louis and don't know much about the area, here's a guide of what's going on this weekend.
The unit touts its experience against top quarterbacks during its time at Missouri as a key factor.
Missouri-Illinois matchup expected to bring influx of fans' business to downtown.
The MU football team seems to be getting plenty of practice in so-called “bowl game atmospheres” lately.
More than eight months after Illinois loss to USC in the Rose Bowl, Illini coach Ron Zook has found a way to turn the defeat into a positive.
This weekend’s Tiger football game is a sellout, but tickets are still available online.
Gary Pinkel held his first Tiger Talk on Monday, giving fans an opportunity to quiz him on the upcoming season.
Texas coach detailed some uniques ideas for improving the way college football rankings are determined Monday in the Big 12 coaches teleconference.
A year ago, Jeremy Maclin entered a matchup with Illinois in St. Louis as a relative unknown. This season, he enters with a bulls-eye firmly planted on the 9 on the front of his jersey.
Hundreds of MU students stood in line at Brady Commons on Monday, not to attend their first class, but to secure spots in the Tiger’s Lair, the official student cheering section of the Missouri Tigers.
Wes Kemp, a 6-foot-4, 225-pound freshman wide receiver out of DeSmet in St. Louis, is hoping to impress his coaches enough to avoid a redshirt season.
Reserve redshirt freshman quarterback Jimmy Costello has developed into a more complete player in the offseason, and he took snaps against defensive starters for the first time this fall in the Tigers’ final preseason scrimmage Thursday.
In addition to the standard bag check at entrances to the stadium, fans' items must be able to fit in a 16-inch square plastic box, no deeper than 9 inches, roughly equal to the amount of space under each seat.
Michael Egnew, a 6-foot-5 Plainview, Texas, native, was one of eight true freshmen Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel pinpointed after Monday’s practice as a possibility to bypass a redshirt season. Egnew’s transition from standout high school wide receiver to potential contributor as a reserve tight end behind senior Chase Coffman and junior Jon Gissinger represents a movement with the Tigers’ future in mind.
Freshman Wes Kemp highlighted the scrimmage with two impressive catches.
The once defense-minded league has now become a hot bed for great offenses and even better quarterbacks.