Tigers can enjoy their great season, Big 12 North title.
Sports hate can be enjoyable, but old-time real hate is something best left in the past.
Their mission is to bring us a national championship game worth watching. So far they’ve done little to inspire confidence in their success.
Next Saturday’s ‘Game of the Century’ between No. 3 Kansas and No. 5 Missouri begins a three-team playoff with a national-title berth at stake.
Older Tigers fans are afraid history may repeat itself this season for the MU football team.
With his trademark back flip, toothy grin and jovial personality, Carl Edwards rocketed his way to NASCAR superstar status. Now his Nextel Cup rivals claim that Mr. Nice Guy routine was nothing more than an elaborate act.
The change will result in more returns and less touchbacks. More hits and less kneel downs. More spectators staying in their seats and less heading to the concession stands.
“It’s really bringing the play back in college football,” coach Gary Pinkel said.
One of thousands of clay targets met its demise at the hands of shooters and the Rock Bridge Lions Club on Saturday, who for the past 13 years have helped put on the Food Bank Classic at the River Hills Shooting Range.
The stacked rows of lights of Memorial Stadium will flicker on 18 weeks from today.
That’s longer than this year’s season of “Lost.”
You can tag your allegiance to any of the nearly two-dozen horses that will be thundering toward the finish line in today’s Kentucky Derby. It doesn’t matter which one you pick.
When MU associate psychology professor Mike Stadler was growing up, he dreamed of playing major league baseball.
There’s one thing that every bar in the United States has in common. It’s ESPN.
BLACKSBURG, Va. — The student slouched into his chair, his face wrapped in sunglasses, the brim of his baseball cap pulled down so low his eyes were almost lost. The Virginia Tech professor who took a seat across from him did so because there didn’t really seem to be any other option.
As an undergrad at Texas Tech, a friend approached me after a big win by the football team.
Maddie Marshall is so Hollywood. From the glittery wrap that keeps her dark brown hair in place to her academic major — film studies — she seems like the kind of woman who would be at home on the left coast.
I know the source of that chill that has overcome mid-Missouri this week.
Sports are full of well-documented what-ifs.
As you watch CBS’ coverage of the battle for the Final Four this weekend, please pay your respects to one of the pioneers of sports as we know them.