“I don’t know. It’s tough right now, but I’m sure it’ll be good later,” MU defensive tackle Lorenzo Williams said about the Tigers playing in this season's Cotton Bowl.
With the Tigers trailing late in the third quarter, quarterback Chase Daniel threw a dart to tight end Martin Rucker. The ball hit off his hands and was intercepted. The Sooners scored two plays later, and the Tigers never recovered.
The latest chapter in this crazy college football season was written Sunday when LSU was picked to play Ohio State for the championship and about a half-dozen other candidates were left with plenty to complain about.
It was the end of a week’s stay in the limelight for MU, the program and the town — seven days in the top spot when the elusive National Championship bid had been run down.
In less than a month, the Missouri football team returns to Texas. On Sunday, the Tigers, ranked sixth in the Bowl Championship Series, accepted a bid to play in the Cotton Bowl on Jan. 1 in Dallas.
What Nebraska once was to the Missouri football team has been passed on to Oklahoma. The Sooners are the Tigers’ new kryptonite.
When the Missouri women's basketball team needed some offense, sophomore forward Amanda Hanneman stepped up with 13 points and two assists in the Tigers’ 70-51 win Saturday over Texas State at Mizzou Arena.
Missouri football bowl tickets available online at 8 a.m. Monday.
The Tigers played well in the first half on their way to a halftime lead against California Saturday night in Berkeley, Calif. But the Golden Bears outscored the Tigers by 22 points in the second half.
Missouri could muster only one touchdown in four trips inside Oklahoma’s 20-yard line.
Crimson and cream dominated the tailgate scenery on Saturday, but a loud contingent of Missouri fans found ways to entertain all.
The top-ranked Missouri Tigers take on the Oklahoma Sooners.
Missouri women's basketball team holds off late charge for its fourth win.
If Missouri wants to win on Saturday, these five points will be key. At No. 5? Cut the cute stuff.
Stuck in Columbia with a sprained ankle, MU running back Tony Temple missed the Tigers' first game against Oklahoma this season.
In the past, upsets in the Big 12 championship game have been a huge setback for national title hopefuls.
To her coach and teammates, Shakara Jones, a 6-foot-2 freshman forward and the top post presence on the Missouri women’s basketball team, is Shak, pronounced the same as the nickname for dominant NBA center Shaquille O’Neal.