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Oct. 24, 2014
What to watch for: Missouri vs. Vanderbilt

What to watch for: Missouri vs. Vanderbilt

By Jason Lowenthal

With a win, Missouri will become bowl-eligible.

Oct. 23, 2014

Column: How we balance school and sports

By Mitchell Forde

I would like to say that as a student-athlete, I have to combat the “dumb jock” stereotype, but everyone pretty much expects swimmers to do well in school. Still, the demands of class can be hard to deal with in addition to swimming. At times, it can seem like we ...

It’s the finale for three senior Tigers

By Daniel Witt

Clark and Sauerwein said they both want to play soccer professionally.

Oct. 21, 2014
Age not stopping Gill-Caesar

Age not stopping Gill-Caesar

By Michael Natelli

Said Fulford: “Teki's here because I'm here.”

Column: Confessions of a Rams addict

By Daniel Schmidt

It seems like the Rams will always find a way to lose — until they don’t.

Defense thinks it has mojo again

By Andrew McCulloch

Said Webb: “Takeaways equal victory and that’s a testament to that game.”

Following multiple injuries, Bri Porter brings skill, height

Following multiple injuries, Bri Porter brings skill, height

By Bruno Vernaschi

“I think we’re finally starting to see her be Bri Porter again,” Cunningham said, “and she’s going to be a very big part of our team this year.”

Freshman guard hopes to raise game

Freshman guard hopes to raise game

By Bobby Ceresia

Shephard averaged 35 points per game her junior year of high school.

Tigers set to face another tricky QB situation

Tigers set to face another tricky QB situation

By Jason Lowenthal

No Vanderbilt quarterback has thrown for even 400 yards this season.

Oct. 19, 2014

Alabama spoils Missouri’s “senior day” game

By Daniel Witt

A late goal by Alabama spoiled Missouri soccer’s “senior game,” in which seniors Mckenzie Sauerwein, Kaysie Clark and Taylor Grant were all honored before the contest. Missouri fell to Alabama 0-1 Sunday afternoon at Walton Stadium. With the loss, the Tigers fell to 10-4-2 overall and 5-3-0 in Southeastern ...

Mizzou-Kansas rivalry re-established on ice

By Joseph Schneider

Over the weekend, it seemed like the Boston Bruins were playing the New York Rangers at Jefferson City’s Washington Park Ice Arena. Goals were scored often, skaters brought physical energy and the fans cheered loudly throughout the battle between the yellow and blue jerseys. Instead, the pair of games ...

Oct. 18, 2014

Rapid Reaction: Mizzou vs. Florida

By Andrew McCulloch

Mizzou is now in third place in the SEC East.

Oct. 17, 2014

LSU Sweeps Mizzou

By Will Jarvis

It was Missouri's first SEC home loss in 12 matches.

What to watch for: Missouri vs. Florida

By Jason Lowenthal

Here are five things to look for in Missouri's upcoming football game.

Oct. 14, 2014

Fouls a familiar foe for Rosburg

By Daniel Witt | Updated Oct. 14, 2014 at 11:35 p.m.

Junior Ryan Rosburg looks to stay out of foul trouble this season for the Tigers.

Halftime goal-setting helping Tigers

Halftime goal-setting helping Tigers

By Daniel Witt

Mizzou has scored 60 percent of its goals in the second halves of its games.

Mauk dealing with recent struggles

Mauk dealing with recent struggles

By Andrew McCulloch

Mauk said he was working with his receivers at 2 a.m.

Mizzou faces tough challenge against Driskel, Harris

By Jason Lowenthal

Pinkel said the Gators run similar offenses with each quarterback.

Column: Stripping down and seeking fans

By Mitchell Forde

Mizzou Athletics hosts a spirit week to create athletic department camaraderie.

Tigers still have sights on NCAA Tournament

Tigers still have sights on NCAA Tournament

By Michael Natelli

“This isn’t the same team as in 2012,” coach Wayne Kreklow said.