The key to the match for the Tigers will be breaking through a South Carolina defense that allows the fewest shots in the SEC.
Missouri senior Kaysie Clark was named to the All-SEC First Team, but she was more excited about an honor given to her younger sister.
In befuddling fashion, the Tigers have climbed to the top of the SEC East. But they've had some help getting there, especially from their new best friend: Florida.
The No. 4-seeded Tigers are scheduled to face South Carolina at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday on SEC Network.
The Missouri women's golf team finished seventh Monday at the Jim West Challenge in San Antonio.
The junior defensive end is one of 20 players still in consideration for the Bednarik Award.
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In this week in photos, people dress as Smurfs, cheerleaders wave pompoms and kids trick-or-treat for Halloween.
The Tigers' passing game fell apart after a strong opening set.
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Missouri (7-2, 4-1 Southeastern Conference) hasn't been ranked since Oct. 5. The Tigers enter this week's bye atop the SEC East standings.
The Tigers are in control of the SEC East and their own destiny: They can win out and earn the right to play in the SEC championship game. But remember what happened after Missouri's last bye week?
The Tigers moved into first after a Georgia loss, and Shane Ray and Marcus Murphy surpassed some Missouri milestones. But Gary Pinkel still isn't comfortable with the way the Tigers are winning.
Missouri (7-2, 4-1 Southeastern Conference) defeated Kentucky (5-4, 2-4) in a crucial SEC East contest Saturday at Memorial Stadium. The Tigers are now in first place in the SEC East.
Missouri wrestling alumni returned to the mats to face current Tigers in the Black and Gold Alumni Match on Saturday morning.
The junior defensive end's 12th sack made him Missouri's new single-season sacks leader. But he insisted the praise belonged to the team's full defensive unit.
Josh Seidel threw legendary tailgates in Lot J in the early 2000s. Since his death in a 2013 accident, his family and friends have held several tailgates to raise money in his memory.
Little Joe, meet Mizzouka.
Kan recorded her SEC-leading 15th double-double in the win.
Missouri looks for a third straight win this seasonagainst a rising program that could become bowl eligible for the first time since 2010.