After two years at Missouri, wide receiver Jeremy Maclin is preparing to take his step in professional football as a probable first round pick in the NFL Draft.
Here's what others are saying about football analyst John Madden's retirement. The coach-turned-broadcast personality is retiring.
The 73-year-old former coach says now is "the right time."
Members of the International Olympics Committee toured 12 sites in Chicago on Sunday as part of Chicago's bid to host the 2016 Summer Olympics. Sporting venues visited included Soldier Field, the United Center and the proposed Olympic Stadium site.
Edwards is unable to defend title at Texas Motor Speedway as Gordon wins for the first time in 48 races.
St. Louis' roster is set for Monday's game against Pittsburgh.
Snow, cold, high winds are in the forecast in Chicago. Game moved to Tuesday.
Dubbed "Mr. Martinsville" by Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson won for the fifth time in the last six races at the track.
Kurt Busch led 234 of 330 laps and won the Kobalt Tools 500 by 0.332 seconds over Jeff Gordon. Carl Edwards finished third.
Former Royal has returned to the team as the batting coach.
Edwards' motor fails with two laps to go while he was running fourth.
Busch lives up to pre-race announcement and said victory is "bigger than winning the Daytona 500."
Columbia native Carl Edwards led NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series in wins last year with nine victories, but he fell 69 points short of the championship. He would like to change that this season.
The New England Patriots sent quarterback Matt Cassel and linebacker Mike Vrabel to the Kansas City Chiefs on Saturday for a second-round draft choice.
The former Missouri pitcher has been slowed in spring training by tendinitis in his right shoulder, but he threw off the mound for the first time Monday for the Arizona Diamondbacks.
The Daytona 500 winner captures the checkered flag in the season's second race.
MU grad student Moones Mellouli cheered on his brother, Olympic gold medalist Ous Mellouli, at this year's Missouri Grand Prix. It was one of the few times the brothers are able to get together throughout the year.
Some of the best swimmers at this weekend's Missouri Grand Prix say life changes during the years they aren't preparing for an Olympic competition.
Missouri swimmer Lauren Lavigna finished second in the women's 200-meter backstroke during Day 3 of the 2009 Missouri Grand Prix. Mary Descenza won the race as well as the women's 200-meter butterfly for her fourth and fifth gold medals of the event.
The third annual Missouri Grand Prix swimming event runs Friday through Monday at the MU Student Recreational Complex.