COLUMBIA — In any given year, Lori Painter and Willie Geissert attend games for six or seven different MU sports, cheering their hearts out for their beloved Tigers.
Engine problems ruined Carl Edwards' longshot chances for the Nextel Cup title.
Impressive performances from Marc Bulger, Steven Jackson and the Rams' defense helped end the Saints' four-game winning streak.
Denver capitalized on three Damon Huard turnovers and beat Kansas City at home for the first time since 2002.
Edwards won his first pole in almost two years.
Brett Favre was 24-for-34 passing with two touchdowns in the Packers’ 33-22 victory over the Chiefs on Sunday at Arrowhead.
Columbia's Carl Edwards finally wrapped up his first NASCAR Busch Series championship Saturday at Texas Motor Speedway.
John Mozeliak was named the Cardinals new general manager on Wednesday
Columbia’s Carl Edwards appeared to take issue with teammate Matt Kenseth after Sunday’s Nextel Cup race.
Tony La Russa will come back to manage the Cardinals and said he would like to see a decision made soon about the team’s general manager.
Despite a lack of experience at the major league level, new Royals manager Trey Hillman says he is confident he’ll be able to handle the job.
At the Big 12 basketball media day, Bobby Knight spent most of his time talking about baseball.
Larry Johnson the Chiefs' struggling running back turned in just his second 100-yard rushing performance of the season and scored the Chiefs’ first rushing touchdown all season, helping Kansas City hold off the Bengals.
It was a rout waiting to happen. The winless St. Louis Rams and their depleted offense against a defense eager to prove that it’s still the best in the NFL.
Jeff Gordon led for one lap at Talladega Superspeedway on Sunday. Luckily for him, it was the last one.
Running back Larry Johnson rushed for only 12 yards in a Chiefs’ loss to Jacksonville on Sunday that had Arrowhead Stadium rocking with boos.
Former Rams quarterback Kurt Warner stepped in to lead Arizona past St. Louis, which tied a team record for the second-worst start in franchise history.
Walt Jocketty is out after 13 seasons as general manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, one year after the team won the World Series for the first time since 1982.
Signing Paul Kariya gave the St. Louis Blues instant box-office credibility. More importantly, the players believe they’re contenders.