A Missouri graduate is one of 13 powerful people tasked with deciding which teams will play in this year's inaugural College Football Playoff.
Missouri hopes to learn from Saturday's loss to Indiana. As the Tigers look ahead to South Carolina, players say there are three things they need to do to get a win against the Gamecocks.
In the 31-27 upset loss to Indiana on Saturday, the Tigers showed plenty of room for improvement heading into their Southeastern Conference opener against South Carolina.
Despite falling out of the two main college football polls after a shocking 31-27 loss against Indiana at home, Missouri's next game will be featured on ESPN's "College GameDay" program.
Missouri was stunned at home against Indiana, losing 31-27. As the Tigers played their third home game, we collected scenes from game day — from around Columbia and from fans who are far away.
The Tigers fell to 3-1 despite Indiana only converting one third down on 14 attempts. Indiana upset Missouri 31-27. The Tigers hadn't lost to a non-conference opponent at home since 2012 against Syracuse.
The senior co-captain manned the sidelines while Indiana marched to a 31-27 victory over the Tigers on Saturday.
After MU's loss to Indiana University, some fans took to social media to express their emotions and reactions.
For Eric Hollabaugh, football is a family event. He hasn’t closely followed the football scandals that seem to be dominating the headlines lately. And the day when he has to explain them to his son hasn't arrived yet.
The "U crew," a group assigned by ESPN to produce game broadcasts for the SEC Network this football season, was in Columbia last Saturday to bring Missouri's first game onto the first-year network. Missouri's second game will be Saturday's game against Indiana. Here's a look from inside the production truck leading up to kickoff.
As a kid, Mitch Morse embarrassed his parents at church. But by middle school, the precocious child had transformed into an angelic child — or at least a "goody-two-shoes."
Four players share their thoughts on five basketball-related questions in the spirit of this week's opponent: Indiana.
The SEC Network broadcasted its first Missouri game on Sept. 13. Take a look behind the scenes and inside the network's TV truck as its crew prepared for its first Tiger football game.
As an incoming freshman at Peoria (Ill.) High School, Missouri's 6-foot-4, 335-pound defensive tackle wasn't planning on playing football. Then a coach promised him it would be fun.
Central Florida’s ability to control the clock illustrated how an opposing team can stymie Missouri’s quick-strike offense. While the Tigers are happy to score quickly, they’re cognizant of the pressure it puts on the team.
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.
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.
The SEC Network hired an array of talent for its Aug. 14 launch. Here are four of their stories.