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TIGERS REPORT LIVE: SEC Nation and Kentucky visit Mizzou

We collected scenes from Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and shared scenes via Snapchat (comissourian) of the game, the tailgating and the behind the scenes action.

Missouri football: 4 notes about the Kentucky Wildcats

Missouri looks for a third straight win this seasonagainst a rising program that could become bowl eligible for the first time since 2010.

Military appreciation day features ROTC Hall of Fame, name for new cannon

Missouri football will celebrate the nation's military during Saturday's game against Kentucky. Among the festivities are a ROTC Hall of Fame induction ceremony and the reveal of a name for the new ROTC cannon.

TIGER KICKOFF: Shane Ray uses dark past to fuel bright future

Missouri's star defensive end has surpassed his father's career in almost every measurable way. But Wendell Ray's absence hurt him growing up. 

TIGER KICKOFF: Markus Golden went against the grain to emerge a Missouri football captain

The path to Missouri was far from clear for the Tigers' senior defensive end. 

Missouri football placing more trust in freshman Witter

Freshman running back Ish Witter could soon emerge as a key player in Missouri’s offense. Will more responsibility for Witter spark the Tigers?

TIGER KICKOFF: 10 things you didn't know about Kentucky

As a state — oops, commonwealth — Kentucky is best known for its horse racing and bourbon. But the University of Kentucky football program has some fame of its own.

TIGER KICKOFF: Fast Five, Halloween edition

We asked MU football players about their favorite Halloween costumes and who they think is the scariest coach at MU.

TIGER KICKOFF: Toddlers to Tigers: Christian Brinser supported the Royals from a young age

Christian Brinser's youth baseball team was called the Royals. He is one of many Tigers who rooted for the Kansas City club during this year's World Series.

Missouri football's offense a running debate

The Tigers' ground game garnered much of the attention after Missouri's win over Vanderbilt. But the Tigers aren't calling themselves a run-first team.

Taylor Chappell, Missouri football look to shore up penalties

The Tigers — especially their right tackle — are looking to move past the miscues that cost the Tigers 100 yards in Saturday's game.

Missouri football players trade tickets to bring family and friends

Missouri players are allotted four tickets per game. Politics of geography and seniority play a part in how these courtesy tickets are distributed among teammates. 

An early — very early — look at Missouri football's bowl possibilities

A lot can happen between now and the remaining five weeks of the college football season, but with the Tigers bowl-eligible after their latest victory, we thought we'd take a look at some possible postseason destinations. 

NCAA graduation rates improve; critics cry foul

The NCAA's newest graduation report, released Tuesday, showed 84 percent of athletes who entered college in 2007-08 earned a degree within six years, a 2 percentage-point increase over last year's previous high mark.

Four takeaways from Missouri football media day

Missouri hosts Kentucky on Saturday, and Tigers coach Gary Pinkel has a saying about the importance of November games.

Missouri football recap: What we learned from the Tigers' win vs. Vanderbilt

Missouri's offense showed more signs of life, but Saturday's win didn't create much confidence before the Tigers face Kentucky.

Missouri uses gritty ground game to overcome Vanderbilt

The Tigers leaned heavily on tailbacks Marcus Murphy and Russell Hansbrough in their 24-14 homecoming win over Vanderbilt on Saturday.

Penalties torch Missouri despite victory

With penalties including intentional grounding and defensive holding, Missouri gave up 100 yards in penalties to Vanderbilt in its 24-14 victory on Saturday.

Homecoming bittersweet for Missouri football players

The vibe at Tiger Walk was different from the homecoming revelry found on other parts of campus. Yes, there was clapping. Yes, there were smiles. But the mood felt bittersweet.

Missouri football beats Vanderbilt 24-14

The homecoming win makes Missouri bowl eligible.



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