Gary Pinkel's gameday wardrobe is carefully selected by an equipment director.
Tiger center Evan Boehm is charged with pancaking defenders and protecting the quarterback from vicious hits. But as an accident-prone child, Boehm had a harder time safeguarding himself from injury.
The Missourian found the “Mizzou Made” promotion misidentifies Missouri’s national standing in the categories related to academic performance and NFL first-round draft picks produced.
Central Florida is one of the largest universities in America, but its football program, even with recent success, is somewhat anonymous to casual football fans.
Four Missouri football players tackle five questions about travel — from their desired destinations to the worst possible roommates.
The Tigers maintain confidence despite questions about four long rushes from their first two opponents.
The Tigers' passing attack may attract the eyeballs, but running back Russell Hansbrough's contributions might deserve a second look.
A look at things to watch in the Southeastern Conference during Week 3 of the season.
Missouri football players have to put up with parking tickets like the rest of us. Some tweeted their displeasure about receiving parking tickets outside their training complex this week.
“To me, Sean is really not a tight end,” receiver Darius White said. “He’s another wide receiver out there. He’s got hands like a wide receiver.”
Jimmie Hunt, Bud Sasser and Darius White are, on the whole, some of the most humble personalities on the team. But they don't lack confidence; they just prefer to make their statements on the field.
Redshirt freshman receiver J'Mon Moore hasn't registered a catch yet this season. But his quarterback and coach expect big things from him down the road.
Coach Gary Pinkel and the Tigers ignore the SEC Network frenzy and remain focused on keeping their undefeated record intact as they prepare for Saturday's game against Central Florida.
The Tigers moved up four spots in the Associated Press Top 25 poll.
As the Tigers look ahead to their next contest — Central Florida on Saturday in Columbia — here are five things we learned from the Toledo game.
Before hometown friends and family, Tigers quarterback Maty Mauk has career day.
The Tigers' senior wide receiver had a career day in their win over the Toledo Rockets. But he may have picked up a new nickname — one he's not partial to.
An estimated 1,500 people made the trip from Kenton, Ohio, to watch Mauk play.
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.
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.