Coach Kim Anderson withheld Tramaine Isabell from action because of his behavior toward coaches and teammates.
Alvin Marquart, better known as "Squeaky," has been to every Missouri basketball game since 1986. In all those years, he can't remember a losing streak quite like Missouri's current one.
Missouri's 67-47 defeat extends the Tigers' longest losing streak since 1992-93.
Mississippi looks like a bad match-up for Missouri, which is just what the Tigers don't need in the midst of a six-game losing streak.
The Missouri athletics director, who announced Thursday that he would step down from that post in August, didn't want to cause a distraction at Mizzou Arena.
Kentucky's fan base has become known for how well it travels. For many of the fans, the best way to see their favorite team play is on the road.
It wasn't as bad as the 49-point beating in Lexington, Kentucky, but Missouri still lost to No. 1 Kentucky. The Tigers have now dropped six straight games.
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Kentucky's head coach consistently churns out NBA-level talent, and the Wildcats' machine runs powerful and efficiently.
Former coach and current ESPN broadcaster Seth Greenberg said Kentucky could compete with any college hoops team in history.
Sophie Cunningham, a 6-foot-1 senior guard at Rock Bridge High School and Missouri commit, cracked the 24-player roster, which was announced Wednesday.
It's only been two weeks since the Tigers woeful 49 point loss in Lexington, and Missouri hasn't won since then. How will Missouri approach the rematch against Kentucky?
The Missouri women's basketball team experienced poor shooting luck and fell to an 83-69 defeat against No. 14 Kentucky on Sunday at Mizzou Arena.
The point guard's nomadic college career will come to an end in March, and Shamburger is coming to terms with that.
Junior forward Ryan Rosburg entered this season as one of Missouri's few holdovers. Now, he's an absent man in Kim Anderson's rotation.
Despite a strong stretch late in the game, Wes Clark missed two free throws with three seconds left as Missouri lost to Arkansas 61-60 on Saturday.
The Tigers have now lost five in a row with Saturday's loss to Arkansas.
Rather than slowing down the pace of the game against Arkansas' "fastest 40 minutes" of basketball, Kim Anderson hopes the Tigers can keep up.
The Aggies (12-5, 3-2 SEC) held a wide rebounding advantage over the Tigers (7-11, 1-4) at 37-24, and shot 15 of 20 from the free-throw line. It was a departure from the norm for Texas A&M, which entered the contest making 64 percent of its free throws.
Missouri lost its fourth game in a row Wednesday night, falling 62-50 at Texas A&M. What's the connective string among all four of the Tigers losses?
The Tigers (7-10, 1-3 Southeastern Conference) travel to College Station to play Texas A&M (11-5, 2-2 SEC) on Wednesday, looking for their first true road win of the season.