The Tigers beat the Jayhawks 35-17 on Saturday at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.
The Missouri football team concluded its regular season with a 35-7 win over Kansas on Saturday at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. The Tigers claimed a 10-win season for only the fourth time and coach Gary Pinkel earned his 150th career victory.
Nevermind that Missouri is 9-2 and Kansas is 3-8. “You can throw the records out,” Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel says. “This means so much to each team.”
The Missouri football team's top two defensive ends have the same last name and the same remarkable success at their position.
Staying on the field to play defense throughout each one of Iowa State’s drives last Saturday was something Missouri linebacker Andrew Gachkar has never done before.
Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel has used freshman quarterback James Franklin to change the look of the Tigers' offense at key times.
Vince Young, Ndamukong Suh and Bob Stoops lead the voting for The Associated Press' all-time all-Big 12 team.
Shuffling back and forth from safety to linebacker has worked out well for senior Jarrell Harrison and the Tigers, something Missouri coach Gary Pinkel said is a direct result of the senior’s mental abilities.
The Jayhawks are struggling under first-year coach Turner Gill, but Tigers coach Gary Pinkel said that because of the rivalry, he expects another competitive game.
Alison Schwartz is competing against four other students at next week's Big 12 Championship game in Dallas. MU's quarterbacks offered to help her hone her skills.
William Moore made a deal with Atlanta Falcons teammate Von Hutchins to be able to wear No. 25 in honor of Aaron O'Neal.
The top of the AP poll was virtually unchanged, with undefeated Oregon, Auburn, Boise State and TCU keeping the top spots.
Gary Pinkel believes this year's defense is the best during his 10 years with the Tigers.
Backed up on their own 28-yard line with about 3:30 left in the third, the Tigers lined up to punt on fourth and 2. That’s when senior punter Matt Grabner provided the game-changing play Missouri needed.
The Tigers defense posted its second shutout of the season and ended Iowa State's season with a 14-0 win Saturday in Ames, Iowa. The shutout was MU's first conference road shutout since 1967.
Shivering has become a part of the football culture for Iowa State fans. The open and windy Jack Trice Stadium offers little buffer from the cold, and every season there are two or three games with 30-degree temperatures.
The Tigers beat the Cyclones 14-0 on the way to their ninth win of the season.
De’Vion Moore, a junior tailback for the Tigers, is the leader of a young group of running backs that includes sophomore Kendial Lawrence and freshmen Henry Josey and Marcus Murphy.
Many Missouri football players outside of the offensive line can't help but laugh when they think of playing without long sleeves this Saturday in the cold in Ames, Iowa.
Saturday’s game against Missouri is the Cyclones' final regular season game. With a win Iowa State will have a 6-6 record and a chance at a postseason bowl game. A loss means the season is over.