The Tigers' junior tailback says he has come a long way from his freshman year, when he found the size of SEC defenders to be intimidating. Coming off a career performance at Texas A&M, he's not backing down now.
Camping in driveways and skeletal stadiums are two of 10 things you didn't know about Missouri's next opponent.
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.
The Volunteers could be without two defensive starters who were suspended indefinitely this week after allegations of sexual assault.
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.
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.
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.
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.
With some help from upsets throughout The Associated Press Top 25, Missouri returned to the rankings at No. 19.
The Tigers (8-2, 5-1 in the Southeastern Conference) came back from a penalty-filled first half to beat the Aggies and stay atop the SEC East. It was Missouri's best offensive performance in conference play.
The Tigers (8-2, 5-1 in the Southeastern Conference) came back from a penalty-filled first half to beat the Aggies and stay atop the SEC East. It was Missouri's best offensive performance this season.
Robert Christensen says he's "not a very serious biker," but on Nov. 2, the Columbia native got on his bicycle and began a trip that on Saturday passed through College Station, Texas, for Missouri football's game against Texas A&M.
Several Missouri players showed spark they'd been missing over the last month, and helped lift the Tigers with big plays.
As the Tigers defeated the Aggies in College Station, Texas, we collected reactions from fans of the SEC's two newest teams.
The Aggies' young stars will be gunning for the Tigers in College Station, Texas, where Texas A&M football's future looks bright.
Kenya Dennis has come a long way from the woods he calls home in the Mississippi Delta. The junior transfer credits his modest upbringing for the success he's had as the Tigers' starting cornerback.
The Tigers will return to the Chiefs' home in Kansas City for the first time since 2011. Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young and BYU beat Missouri on some trickery in the closing seconds of the only other game between the two schools.
True freshman quarterback Kyle Allen is scheduled to start for Texas A&M against Missouri on Saturday.