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Nov. 26, 2014

Reaction: Missouri tops Chaminade

By Michael Natelli

Mizzou’s freshman guards carried the Tigers past the Silverswords.

Nov. 24, 2014

Reaction: Mizzou vs. Arizona

By Will Jarvis

The Tigers had 17 turnovers in the 21-point loss to No. 3 Arizona.

Nov. 23, 2014
 D-line posts big night in Tiger victory

D-line posts big night in Tiger victory

By Aaron Reiss

Ray said he’s always competing with his teammates

Nov. 22, 2014
Tigers survive Vols’ comeback bid

Tigers survive Vols’ comeback bid

By Andrew McCulloch

Said Pinkel: “Sometimes I wonder why I do this for a living.”

What to watch for: Missouri vs. Tennessee

What to watch for: Missouri vs. Tennessee

By Jason Lowenthal

Missouri continues its quest for a second straight Southeastern Conference East Division title against the Tennessee Volunteers. Here are five things to watch for ahead of the critical conference clash at Neyland Stadium: 1. The play of Tennessee quarterback Joshua Dobbs Since Dobbs took over behind center for Tennessee, the ...

Nov. 21, 2014

Schweizer impresses in debut season

By Morgan Magid

Cross-country runner Karissa Schweizer is SEC Freshman of the Year, and one of the team’s most important contributors throughout the fall.

Nov. 19, 2014
Clearer picture for Tiger squad

Clearer picture for Tiger squad

By Michael Natelli

The starting lineup is seemingly set, with Clark and Allen standing out early.

Dobbs leads newfound Tennessee offense

By Jason Lowenthal

The Volunteers have won both of the games Dobbs has started this season.

Doty, Tigers adapting to critical injuries

By Bobby Ceresia

The Tigers most experienced point guard is out for the season.

Column: Give Mizzou basketball some time, Tiger fans

By Daniel Schmidt

The Tigers have made the extra pass against Valparaiso, which was a rarity in the Haith era.

Grant soars, scores into her final NCAA Tournament

Grant soars, scores into her final NCAA Tournament

By Daniel Witt

“We all know we can rely on everyone on the field, but especially her,” Clark said.

Picking the field: Week 13

By Jason Lowenthal

This season marks the debut of the new College Football Playoff, in which the nation’s top four teams will be selected. Maneater staff writer Jason Lowenthal gives this week’s predictions for the field of four. 1. Alabama Crimson Tide (9-1, 6-1 Southeastern Conference) It wasn’t easy, but ...

Shooting surge leads the Tigers

By Will Jarvis

Mizzou was eight-of-nine from beyond the arc in the second half.

Tigers happy to have White back

By Andrew McCulloch

Said Pinkel: “Football is the greatest team sport in the world, but you still have to have individuals make plays.”

Column: Upcoming Mizzou Invite is huge

By Mitchell Forde

This is a big one. On Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week, the swim and dive team will host the Mizzou Invite, a swim meet that will match us against Drury, Florida International, Illinois, Missouri S&T, New Mexico, UNLV and West Virginia. If you’ve been reading my ...

With Kansas down, Missouri sets sights on Washington

With Kansas down, Missouri sets sights on Washington

By Bruno Vernaschi

“I think our chemistry is great at this point,” Missouri coach Bryan Blitz said. “I think everybody is dialed in so that’s a good thing.”

Nov. 18, 2014

Missouri women’s basketball shuts down Redhawks

By Bobby Ceresia

Two different plays summed up the entirety of the game. The first was when Missouri sophomore forward Jordan Frericks hit a layup within seconds of the start of the game. The second was when Southeastern Missouri State guard Jasmine Robinson stood under the basket with three Missouri players standing over ...

Nov. 16, 2014
Hansbrough carries Tigers past Aggies

Hansbrough carries Tigers past Aggies

By Andrew McCulloch

Said Sasser: “He’s a great competitor. He has to be unable to move before you can take him out.”

Tigers notch first win of Anderson era

Tigers notch first win of Anderson era

By Daniel Witt

A strong second half gives Missouri its first win of the season, and the first with Kim Anderson at the helm.

With big offensive night, Tigers top Aggies

With big offensive night, Tigers top Aggies

By Aaron Reiss

Mizzou wins the SEC East with victories in its next two games