At this point in the semester, a lot of college students are ready for a break. With finals and papers galore, not to mention a few more football games, Missouri football players are excited for the end of the semester, too.
It's hard to beat a team when one of its players scores 29 points. But Missouri's complete team effort overwhelmed the highlight reel play of Oral Roberts' star.
The Volunteers could be without two defensive starters who were suspended indefinitely this week after allegations of sexual assault.
The Tigers aim to advance to the first Sweet 16 in program history with a victory against the Washington Huskies at 6:30 p.m. Friday.
Judging by college football analysts' projections, the College Football Playoff is a far cry for the Tigers right now.
For one night, the Georgia Bulldogs are going to be hard-core Tennessee fans.
Missouri takes on Oral Roberts on Wednesday night. Missouri coach Kim Anderson and Oral Roberts coach Scott Sutton are two very similar coaches with a long history.
Todd Gurley's season-ending knee injury — in his first game back from a four-game suspension for violating NCAA rules — was a stunning blow to his teammates, who were looking forward to No. 3 closing out his college career in style.
Missouri's athletics department announced a four-pack general admission ticket special for the football team's game against Arkansas.
Bree Fowler's two 3-pointers and hustle helped Missouri to an 88-42 win over Southeast Missouri State on Monday night.
The chance of returning to Atlanta for the SEC Championship doesn't escape the Tigers, who need to win their next two games to take the Eastern division crown. But more important to coach Gary Pinkel is that players keep their attention on the next opponent: Tennessee.
Michael Sam was selected for GQ's cover and could get a chance to play in the Arena Football League.
The Tigers emerged from opening weekend with a 1-1 record and head coach Kim Anderson with confidence in his freshman reserve forward.
Kim Anderson earned his first career victory as a Division I coach, even if it wasn't pretty.
No. 19 Missouri (8-2, 5-1 SEC) returns to Columbia with an improved offense, healthy captain and a resilient victory against Texas A&M.
After losing in five sets on Friday, The Tigers redeemed themselves with a 3-2 come-from-behind win against Mississippi. The team credited the victory to its improved defense.
With some help from upsets throughout The Associated Press Top 25, Missouri returned to the rankings at No. 19.
WEEK IN PHOTOS: Spartans celebrate District football title; first transgender NCAA athlete visits MU
This week Missourian photographers took pictures of a ribbon-cutting ceremony marking the beginning of construction for a new elementary school, a Veterans Day ceremony at MU, and a talk by Kye Allums for Transgender Awareness Week.
THE WEEK'S MOST-READ STORIES: Tigers adjust for Texas A&M; feds charge 27 in cocaine, prostitution conspiracies
The Tigers' adjustments for Texas A&M was the Missourian's most-read story this week. Other stories include the announcement that the Aggies' Kyle Allen would start in Saturday's game and a federal indictment involving conspiracies to distribute crack cocaine and promote prostitution in Boone County.
Following a 3-1 Border War victory on Sunday in Lawrence, Kansas, the Tigers will face Washington on Friday in the second round of the NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament