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Maty Mauk has career day for hometown fans in win over Toledo

Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk turned in a career day before the people who had watched him do more of the same at Kenton High School.

TIGERS REPORT LIVE: Missouri vs. Toledo

The Tigers hit the road Saturday for their first away game against Toldeo. We collected scenes from fans who made the trek, along with coverage from our reporters and others. Check out the action from Twitter, Instagram and Facebook and to relive the second win of the season.

Ten things you didn't know about Toledo

The Rockets hold the third-longest winning streak in the history of Division 1-A (Now the Football Bowl Subdivision) football. Toledo won 35 straight games from 1969 to 1972. Former Missouri rival Oklahoma won 47 straight games between 1953 to 1957.

Gary Pinkel's Toledo legacy: friendship and success

If you talk to longtime Toledans, they'll share fond memories of Gary Pinkel. They remember the big wins. The Toledo Rockets will play Missouri this Saturday.

Maty Mauk's longtime friend and inspiration to attend Toledo game

On Saturday, in his home state of Ohio, Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk will be able to look to the wheelchair-accessible section near the Glass Bowl's south end zone to find Drey Dearing.

Ole Miss-Vanderbilt highlights Southeastern Conference Week 2 matchups

A look at things to watch in Week 2 of the Southeastern Conference football season.

UPDATED: Michael Sam joins Dallas Cowboys practice team

The Dallas Cowboys announced at a press conference Wednesday morning the addition of Michael Sam to the team's 10-man practice squad.

Cut by his hometown Rams, former Missouri football player TJ Moe looks for next chance

The former Tiger is lined up with career options but still hopes to fulfill his dream of playing in the NFL. Moe played at Missouri from 2009-12. 

Gary Pinkel's wedding date set for next summer

The Missouri football coach proposed to Missy Martinette in July in New York.

Gary Pinkel, Tigers look to avoid scene of typical upsets at Toledo

Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel knows the feeling of claiming an upset victory as Toledo's former coach. On Saturday, now as the opposing team'scoach, he'll hope to avoid being on the receiving end of one.

UPDATE: Michael Sam to meet with Dallas Cowboys on Wednesday, reports say

ESPN and NFL Network reported former Missouri defensive lineman Michael Sam is headed to the Dallas Cowboys, but a team spokeswoman said they "don't know anything about that."

Missouri football keeps No. 24 ranking in AP poll

The Tigers were previously ranked No. 24 in the preseason Associated Press poll. Other Southeastern Conference teams are ranked higher than Missouri. 

Michael Sam left off Rams' practice squad

NFL opportunities are dwindling for Michael Sam, the first openly gay player drafted into the league.

Relocated Lot J fans have new neighbors at Missouri football tailgate

Danny Grant and Chuck Link tailgated Saturday for the first time in their new spot: Lot I. They'll tell you that some longtime tailgaters grumbled about having to change locations, but Grant and Link see the change of scenery as a chance to make new friends.

Looking ahead: Missouri football prepares for first away game at Toledo

Five things to know leading up to the Tigers' next game.

Chancellor Loftin gets first taste of Missouri football

MU chancellor R. Bowen Loftin has "patterns" that he abides by on football game days.

Missouri football recap: What we learned from the South Dakota State opener

The first game of the season revealed a few things about Missouri's special teams and defensive line.

Missouri defeats South Dakota State, 38-18, in season opener

Quarterback Maty Mauk connected with receiver Darius White for touchdowns on the Tigers' first two drives, propelling the team to a season-opening victory over the Jackrabbits. Mauk went 12-for-21 with 173 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions.


UPDATE: St. Louis Rams release Michael Sam

Michael Sam and the other players released from the Rams were not picked up by any other NFL team Sunday.

Missouri starts like a cannon but fades away in win over South Dakota State

Although the offense failed to score in the second and third quarters, the Tigers won 38-18 against the Football Championship Subdivision team. It was the most points allowed by a Gary Pinkel-coached Missouri team to an FCS school.