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.
The Tigers — especially their right tackle — are looking to move past the miscues that cost the Tigers 100 yards in Saturday's game.
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.
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.
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.
Missouri hosts Kentucky on Saturday, and Tigers coach Gary Pinkel has a saying about the importance of November games.
Missouri's offense showed more signs of life, but Saturday's win didn't create much confidence before the Tigers face Kentucky.
The Tigers leaned heavily on tailbacks Marcus Murphy and Russell Hansbrough in their 24-14 homecoming win over Vanderbilt on Saturday.
With penalties including intentional grounding and defensive holding, Missouri gave up 100 yards in penalties to Vanderbilt in its 24-14 victory on Saturday.
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.
The homecoming win makes Missouri bowl eligible.
The Commodores of 2014 are not the Commodores under James Franklin. Here are a few notes about the Tigers' incredibly young Southeastern Conference opponent.
The Missouri Tigers defeated the Vanderbilt Commodores 24-14 in the 103rd anniversary of the Homecoming football game. We are collected scenes from Twitter, Instagram, Facebook to give you an inside look at the traditions of house decorations, the parade, tailgate and, of course, the game.
As a senior at DeSoto High School in Texas, Marcus Murphy could have scored more touchdowns. Instead, Tigers' return specialists gave up downs for one of his teammates.
The Missourian is collecting a roll call of where MU alumni are now. Take a look at the responses and share your own.
Former Missouri defensive lineman Lorenzo Williams is best known for his sack that resulted in a Tiger victory against Kansas in the 2007 Border Showdown. After brief stints in the NFL and as an arcade owner, he couldn't bear to be away from his favorite sport.
You may remember Saunders as the Tigers’ scrappy receiver who came to Missouri as a walk-on in 2004 and eventually worked his way into the starting lineup. Today, Saunders is a fitness entrepreneur who believes he’s finally poised for his big breakthroughafter re-imagining the ab wheel.
Danny LaRose never could have imagined the success he experienced as a football player at Missouri from 1958-1960. Now, living in a cabin in Michigan, he thinks back to those days and the short time he got to spend with his mother.
In 1990, Missouri was burned by an officiating gaffe that allowed Colorado a fifth down. Referee J.C. Louderback isn't pleased that he allowed the extra play to happen, but he's not letting it haunt him.
Darvin Ruise's interception Saturday against Florida at The Swamp, just 50 miles from his high school, inspired memories of the linebacker at his former position — an option quarterback.