Since MU’s School of Journalism rolled out the first issue of the Missourian in 1908, a long line of sportswriters has covered the team. Hearing the perspectives of some of these writers provides a clearer view of how special the Tigers’ recent rise has been.
MU and Fox Sports entered discussions this summer to make games available that were not slated to be aired by the Big 12's broadcast partners.
Nevada’s Luke Lippincott, a first-team All-WAC player, will be sidelined when Nevada faces No. 6 Missouri on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
Jake Harry is the new go-to punter for MU after transferring last year from a community college in California.
Nevada, with the nation's fifth-ranked rushing attack, travels to Missouri a week after throwing a scare into Texas Tech.
Aaron O’Neal died in July 2005, but the Tigers have still found a way to carry on his legacy by letting a teammate wear his No. 25 every game.
For the game's first 30 minutes, the No. 6 Tigers toyed with Southeast Missouri State, from Cape Girardeau, countering every SEMO flicker of hope with a crowd-pleasing haymaker on their way to a 42-0 lead. They finished with a 52-3 win.
Football fans are beginning to pay the price of success. With bigger crowds coming to the Tigers' games, it's becoming a bigger headache to find parking.
Any fans left in the stadium after the Tigers put up 42 points against Southeast Missouri State got a first look at MU’s reserve quarterbacks, who are likely to see more playing time, especially during Missouri’s nonconference schedule.
Sustain Mizzou will be providing free bicycle parking, known as Tiger Cage, at home football games for the rest of the season.
Eddie Calvin, who attended Rockwood Summit High School and now attends Southeast Missouri State University, wants to make a difference in Saturday’s football game against the Tigers, who didn’t offer him a scholarship.
The Missouri football team’s victory over No. 20 Illinois was seemingly sealed, but Illinois quarterback Juice Williams and his receivers threw a scare into the Tigers.
Tony Samuel was a two-year starter at defensive end for Nebraska, and was 2-0 in Columbia as a player. He returned to the Cornhuskers as an assistant coach from 1986-1996 and remained perfect on Faurot Field.
The Tigers beat rival Illinois 52-42, but an impressive offense was overshadowed by defensive miscues and an injury to star receiver Jeremy Maclin.