The assumption that the Missouri basketball team is lacking depth in the front court might have been proved false at the black and gold game on Tuesday night.
The team’s leading tackler, known for his vocal leadership, is an emerging talent in the Big 12 Conference.
MU safety Pig Brown is recovering after undergoing successful surgery on his torn right Achilles tendon on Sunday morning. Although he’s out for the season, Brown will still travel with the Tigers.
The Tigers have not been recognized as a top 10 team since 1981 when Warren Powers was the head coach. The team landed the No. 8 spot, but only for one week, until MU lost to Iowa State — an unranked team at the time.
While the Missouri football team won on Saturday against Iowa State, losing captain safety Pig Brown could be what the team remembers most when looking back at the game.
The win puts Missouri in a position to have its best season since 1969.
This season, Tiger opponents have converted third downs on Missouri 42 percent of the time. On Saturday, Iowa State continued the trend by converting 11 of 20 third downs.
The Stokes family began collecting stuffed tigers in 1970, and brought more than 30 of them to decorate their cars before the game on Saturday.
For Tommy Saunders, working out diligently not only helps gain muscle for the football field, it also lifts his spirits
Darnell Terrell doesn't have much time for it now as a starter for the Tigers, but ever since he was a child he has loved drawing, especially comic book characters.
Bill Cocos, 76, has been at every Mizzou football home game since 1948. That’s 337 games.
The Tigers say last season's controversial loss at Iowa State isn't on their minds heading into Saturday's game against the Cyclones at Memorial Stadium.
Gregory's small-town roots have grown into familes, both at home and at the University of Missouri.
Led by quarterback Todd Reesing, coach Mark Mangino's Kansas Jayhawks might be Missouri’s chief competitor in the Big 12 North this football season.
MU football team kept expectations high after a tough loss at Oklahoma last week, holding Texas Tech, the nation’s former No. 1 offense, to just 10 points.
Coming off the heels of a loss last week at Oklahoma that players felt should have gone the other way, the Tigers put together their most impressive defensive performance to date in a 41-10 victory over the Red Raiders.
While quarterback Chase Daniel struggled against Tech, throwing for a season-low 210 yards, Missouri’s rushing attack combined for 212 rushing yards against the Red Raiders.
Doug Simon and Tim Morrow came up with the Sports Fan Tailgating Table that hitches to the back of a vehicle.