Between technology problems and not getting enough meat in your Chipotle bowl, life can be rough.
The Missouri athletics department has announced a home-and-home football series between the Tigers and the Connecticut Huskies that is scheduled to begin in 2015.
For the first time this season, Marcus Murphy didn't have a kick or punt return in a game. But he still racked up 94 all-purpose yards, and his presence on the field is enough to pressure opposing defenses.
Missouri's lone senior finished 2013 ranked ninth in the nation last season. "I ultimately want to be the No. 1 ranked player in the country," he said.
Dylan Wisman of Virginia verbally committed Saturday to join the Tiger wrestling team.
Freshmen Jakeenan Gant and D'Angelo Allen were arrested early Sunday on suspicion of third-degree assault.
Defensive end Shane Ray, the reigning Southeastern Conference Defensive Player of the Week, says talk of him being an NFL draft choice isn't distracting him from his team goals with Missouri.
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A "Star Wars" clothing line with Missouri designs was released at The Mizzou Store in the summer, but low sales are possibly preventing another intergalactic shipment.
The chemistry between seniors Kaysie Clark and Taylor Grant has been pivotal for the group's success thus far.
Indiana University students have a motto: "We’ve never lost a tailgate." Tailgating is among the best-known hobbies of the school — outside its academics and hoops, of course.
The Tigers came in second-to-last in the South Carolina tournament.
Franklin gave a presentation on his life after football, including his brief time with the Detroit Tigers and his future plans.
Wide receiver Levi Copelin was previously suspended for the entire season because of a failed drug test but has now been dismissed from the team. The Tigers (3-0) will face the Indiana Hoosiers (1-1) on Saturday at Faurot Field.
Missouri showed its depth in the defensive tackle and linebacker positions Saturday against Central Florida. Conference results later in the day would also bode well for the Tigers.
Missouri rose to No. 18 in the Associated Press Top 25 and to No. 19 in the USA Today Coaches poll.
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As the third quarter opened, both Missouri and Central Florida struggled to find their rhythm. And then it happened: a freakish play that changed the course of the game and gave the Tigers a much-needed jolt.
Missouri defensive end Shane Ray had to wait until this year to start for the Tigers. Ray had a career day Saturday in Missouri's 38-10 victory against Central Florida.
It was a shaky start, but the Tigers managed to handle the Knights on Saturday in Columbia.