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Arch Rivalry Game tickets available starting Friday

A limited number of tickets are available to the Missouri football team's 2010 season opener against Illinois on Sept. 4 at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis and will go on sale starting at 6 p.m. Friday.

Missouri No. 2 in North in Big 12 preseason football poll

The Missouri football team is predicted to finish second in the North Division of the Big 12 Conference in the league's preseason media poll.

Missouri dismisses reserve linebacker

A spokesman for the Missouri football team said reserve linebacker Tyler Crane was not in legal trouble but declined to elaborate on the reasons for his departure.

Colorado's Big 12 departure without exit plan

Colorado is still unsure how much it will cost to leave the Big 12 Conference and join the Pac-10.

Oklahoma also heard from SEC in conference realignment talks

The University of Oklahoma president said Wednesday that the SEC made an offer to the school as a reaction to the possible breakup of the Big 12.

Deaton new chairman of Big 12 group

Big 12 leaders held a board of directors meeting by phone Thursday to move forward with plans for a beefed-up television contract, to reassign some leadership duties and to restore unity. Missouri chancellor Brady Deaton was chosen as the groups' new chairman in the meeting, replacing Texas president Bill Powers for a one-year term.

Congressman says television money makes college football playoffs a possibility

Texas Rep. Joe Barton, who has introduced anti-BCS legislation in Congress, says the television money that persuaded Big 12 members to reject Pac-10 overtures shows the financial jackpot awaiting a college football playoff.

 

Texas lawmakers want Houston in Big 12

Texas lawmakers wrote a letter Thursday asking Big 12 officials to consider adding the University of Houston to the conference.

Missouri has trust in Big 12's ability to increase revenue

In a press conference on Tuesday, MU leadership reaffirmed the school's committment to the Big 12 and announced expectations for the conference to return on the promise of more lucrative revenues.

Conference realignment shifts to readjustments

Expansion angst passes with assurances that Big 12 Conference will not disband.

LIVE TWEETS: MU holds Big 12 news conference

Read the live tweets from MU's news conference by Missourian reporter Christie Megura.

Texas decision to stay in Big 12 pleases Missouri officials

MU Chancellor Brady Deaton and Missouri Athletics Director Mike Alden both said they were pleased with the news Monday night out of Austin, Texas.

Texas statement says it will stay in Big 12

Shortly after Pac-10 Commissioner Larry Scott said that Texas turned down an offer to join the Pac-10 athletic conference, the Longhorns issued a statement saying it would "continue competing in the Big 12."

UM System Board of Curators meets for an hour, mulls conference realignment

The meeting continued the conference realignment discussion that started Friday with Missouri Athletics Director Mike Alden.

Missouri's conference future is uncertain; fans remain positive

The UM system Board of Curators is meeting this week to discuss Missouri's options in conference realignment, among other issues.

UPDATE: KU chancellor urges Nebraska to stay in Big 12

Bernadette Gray-Little said she hopes to talk to MU's Brady Deaton as well.

KU chancellor urges Nebraska to stay in Big 12

Kansas chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little has reached out to her counterpart at Nebraska, urging him to keep the Cornhuskers in the Big 12 Conference.

Caution prevails at Big 12 meetings

Many said there won't be any real answers to the question of conference realignment until presidents of Big 12 Conference schools join the discussions at the Big 12 meetings on Thursday.

Big 12 Conference tries to map out future at meetings

No decision by Missouri, Nebraska or anybody else about leaving the Big 12 Conference is expected for several months, but the league commissioner and several others are trying to work out the possibilities in meetings this week in Kansas City.

Good reasons for Missouri-Big Ten rumors

There are several good reasons why Missouri would be a good candidate for joining the Big Ten if the conference decides to expand.



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