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Feb. 25, 2015
24-0: Recapping Missouri wrestling’s historic regular season

24-0: Recapping Missouri wrestling’s historic regular season

By Harrison Degrood

Senior 125-pounder Alan Waters: “We have a great chance for everyone on our roster to be national qualifiers, All-Americans and national champions.”

Every loss has a story

By Will Jarvis

After the Tigers broke the program record for consecutive losses, The Maneater broke down every one.

Mayes, team looking ahead to MAC, National Championships

Mayes, team looking ahead to MAC, National Championships

By Quinn Malloy

Mayes was named Most Improved Wrestler at the end of last season. Now, he sits at 24-1.

Column: NFL Combine: The ‘underwear Olympics’

By Andrew McCulloch

The NFL Combine was a revolutionary idea when it was started in 1977. With hundreds of draft prospects and NFL scouts in the same building, every team would get a look at every player and the entire draft process would be streamlined. It’s a relatively simple idea, but somewhere ...

Senior Bree Fowler approaches her final games

Senior Bree Fowler approaches her final games

By Bobby Ceresia

Fowler’s senior season has been her highest yet in almost every statistical category.

Column: Storming the court: An epidemic

By Daniel Schmidt

Storming the court. It's meant to be a once-in-a-lifetime type of thing. Something you get to tell people. “Yeah I was there and yeah, it was incredible.” I'll never forget when dozens of MQP faithful stormed the court in eighth grade after the mighty Eagles of MQP felled ...

 Tigers finally find mojo against Gators

Tigers finally find mojo against Gators

By Michael Natelli

Namon Wright scored 28 to lead the Tigers over Florida Gators.

Tigers rule the diamond: Missouri off to unprecedented start

Tigers rule the diamond: Missouri off to unprecedented start

By Jason Lowenthal

Missouri baseball is off to an unprecedented start. The team sits atop the Southeastern Conference Eastern Division with a 7-1 record, captured the Kleberg Bank College Classic title and has a plethora of players who have received individual honors. The Tigers began the season with a four-game sweep of Iona ...

With career nearing end, Eye content

With career nearing end, Eye content

By Bruno Vernaschi

Ask Missouri women’s basketball senior guard Morgan Eye about any of her teammates and she’ll give you a rousing review. Junior guard Juanita Robinson: “Mature.” Senior forward Bree Fowler? “Most athletic person on the team.” Sophomore guard Sierra Michaelis “can do anything under the basket.” Sophomore forward Jordan ...

Feb. 18, 2015
‘Brothers’ in the backcourt

‘Brothers’ in the backcourt

By Daniel Witt

Keith Shamburger and Wes Clark shared the backcourt this season, and an apartment.

Holmes returns following rough start as Tiger

Holmes returns following rough start as Tiger

By Bruno Vernaschi

The forward remains on the team following disciplinary issues in October.

Column: I can dunk, I promise

By Daniel Schmidt

Growing up playing basketball, there is one thing you and your friends practice in the driveway more than hitting a buzzer-beater to win a championship. And that is dunking. Dunking on a 7-foot rim with a mini-basketball, to be more precise. I remember hours and hours in Clark Randall's ...

Michaelis struggles to find consistency

Michaelis struggles to find consistency

By Bobby Ceresia

Michaelis scored an SEC-high 28 points against Alabama last week.

Missouri dual-sport signee Doherty ready to make impact

By Bruno Vernaschi

Doherty: “I think the football guys and the baseball guys are both onboard. And if they’re onboard and I’m onboard, then I think we’re going to make it work.”

Column: The absurdity of NBA All-Star Weekend

By Andrew McCulloch

This past weekend, the NBA took its biggest event to the biggest stage. The world’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden, played host to basketball’s most infamous game, the NBA All-Star Game. It’s a chance for the game’s true stars to gather on a global stage ...

Wrestling a family affair for Miklus brothers

By Quinn Malloy

Willie Miklus: “It’s pretty special to have somebody wrestle with you from day one through all of college.”

Feb. 15, 2015

Tigers’ heartache continues on Valentine’s Day

By Daniel Witt

Mizzou basketball loses 11th consecutive contest.

Feb. 11, 2015

Anderson wants to build his team the ‘right way’

By Will Jarvis

Anderson: “Can I teach these guys? I don’t know. But I’m damn sure going to try.”

Column: An invitation to Taylor Stadium: Why you should root for Mizzou baseball

By Quinn Malloy | Updated Feb. 11, 2015 at 1:11 p.m.

There are four major American sports: football, basketball, baseball and hockey. Of those four, three are widely played at colleges across the country: football, basketball and baseball. Of those three, there are two that are widely televised and celebrated: football and basketball. Now, I’d mourn the unpopularity of college ...

Clark hurt as Tigers fall to Gamecocks

Clark hurt as Tigers fall to Gamecocks

By Michael Natelli

Missouri dropped its 10th straight game as its starting guard suffered a gruesome injury.