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The former offensive lineman, along with other football players, stood outside with hundreds of student counterprotesters Saturday.
Resource Center coordinator said announcement is a “huge step” in breaking stereotypes.
The snow-carved letters weren’t a message from LGBT activists.
On Monday, several members from MU discussed Michael Sam’s announcement.
Resource Center coordinator Struby Struble said Michael Sam’s announcement is a “huge step” in breaking stereotypes.
Coach Gary Pinkel hauled in 27 signees on National Signing Day. Though the team’s celebratory reception was snowed-out, the Tigers still have reason to ...
MOVE has appetizers that all your friends are sure to love on football’s biggest game day.
Marks the second arrest of a Missouri football player in as many weeks.
Attorney Kevin O’Brien dispels rumors after Dorial Green-Beckham’s arrest and release two weeks ago.
People from around the nation expressed their opinions hours after news broke.
The receiver was also arrested on drug charges in October 2012.
Senior struggles in Cotton Bowl while freshman Mauk excels.
Site of 2015 National Championship allures Missouri backers.
73-yard fumble return secures MU’s dramatic Cotton Bowl win.
It’s the second MVP win for Andrew Wilson in as many bowl games.
Coach Gary Pinkel’s 102nd win at the 2014 Cotton Bowl makes him the all-time winningest coach in Missouri history.
Missouri looks to flex its SEC muscle against Big 12’s OK State.
Missouri captured its first Cotton Bowl title six years ago.
AU’s Mason racks up 304 rushing yards, named game’s MVP.
Auburn defeats Missouri to capture conference crown.
SEC title gives Auburn a chance at the BCS Championship.
SEC Championship MVP running back racks up Nintendo-numbers in victory.
Wintery weather wreaked havoc for Missouri drivers, extending the drive times for many fans who left Friday.
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A key to victory could be which team wins the rushing attack.
After rough 2012 campaigns, Auburn and Missouri sit atop the nation’s most elite football conference.
Triumphs in final quarter made the difference in three games.
Running back Henry Josey’s fourth quarter running touchdown helps Missouri defeat Texas A&M, 28-21.
Running back Henry Josey’s fourth quarter running touchdown helps Missouri defeat Texas A&M, 28-21.
Banged-up Heisman winner musters minimal offensive effort against the Tigers.
The 2012 Heisman Trophy Winner led Texas A&M to a 51-29 victory over Missouri last season.
After two more wins, coach Gary Pinkel will become the winningest coach at two universities, MU and Toledo.
This year’s seniors, 19 in total, changed the mentality of the team by setting goals higher than just a bowl game.
Senior quarterback returns from injury to provide 184 yards of offense.
Franklin starts, but Mauk leads scoring drive in reserve role.
Sophomore receiver hauls in school-record four touchdown catches.
The size advantage helped to propel Green-Beckham to four TD catches.
Defense has forced a turnover in every game for longest active stretch in college football.
Franklin went into the game at the end of the fourth quarter.
This year’s five offensive linemen enjoy each other’s company on and off the field.
Hey football fans, don't forget about Kansas City.
Redshirt freshman quarterback throws for 163 yards and three scores and rushes for 114 yards in win.
Senior safety tallied six tackles and an interception in 28-point win.
Team and coaches confident that Baggett can bounce back.
The Tigers were out-scored 17-3 in the second half.
The South Carolina superstar bugged Missouri’s offense all night, but not too much.
Everyone is vulnerable in this dog-eat-dog conference.
Coaching staff works with the team to keep them focused as hype builds around the 2013 season.
Kicking game excels, quarterback Mauk shows poise.
Redshirt freshman overwhelms tough Gator defense in 36-17 win.
In first career start, St. Louis native grabs a pick and three tackles.
Pinkel says Tigers will run their offense with no changes.
With the Tigers on a roll, call me "Derek the Optimist."
Franklin has dealt with injuries in the past and will use that experience to his benefit.
Tigers have looked good in their 5-0 start, but it remains to be seen if they can hang with the powerhouse Bulldogs.
Coach said his quarterback, if healthy, would have performed just as well in 2012.
Missouri topped Vanderbilt 51-28 Saturday night in front of up to 8,000 MU faithful.
Hansbrough, Josey and Murphy have combined for 797 yards and 11 touchdowns so far in the Tigers’ backfield.
2010 Seattle Seahawks. Remember them? You probably shouldn’t. They made the playoffs despite finishing the regular season at 7-9, the only team in NFL ...
After seven years of service, Tiger Tailgate Recycling has helped recycle 122.9 tons of garbage.
Franklin links up with Washington five times on pivotal third quarter drive
Eleven different receivers have caught passes this year for the Tigers.
Who doesn’t love the NFL’s early surprises?
Tigers forced three turnovers and posted one defensive score.
New book gives detail regarding Derrick Washington’s sexual assault conviction.
Missouri’s defense has six interceptions in two games.
After 2012’s dismal year, 2013 is looking up.
GaryPinkel.com marks a new era.
Book alleges tutoring system had highly sexualized environment.
Quarterback paced the team in rushing last week, tallying 77 yards on 17 carries against Toledo.
Police reported 120 incidents, roughly 60 more than the week prior.
When courting football recruits, Oklahoma State pulls out all the stops. All of them.
Indiana and Arkansas State will pose to be difficult non-conference games.
Food columnist Aaron Pellish on cooking a beef brisket in honor of the season
Missouri hauls in three interceptions as the Tigers take down Gary Pinkel’s old team.
New rule aims to protect defenseless receivers.
Junior quarterback combines for 486 yards and six touchdowns.
Mizzou Athletics says number could have been higher.
Pinkel and current staff have 43 years combined coaching experience at Toledo.
Santa left a weak non-conference schedule under Missouri’s tree.
The A&M quarterback has a duty to handle his situation better.
Henry Josey returns to great fanfare in 58-14 win
Seasoned MU fans make annual pilgrimage for season opener.
The new high school dominates 56-6 in ever ever contest
All construction supplies will be moved south of the stadium.
After a “one-in-a-million” injury sidelined the junior tailback more than a year, Josey is ready to power the Tigers’ offense.
A clean bill of health means the senior quarterback has more weapons to use.
Squatting strong in the middle, Boehm eyes an o-line revival this season.
E.J. Gaines is the face of MU's defense, but through camp he was missing. That will change.
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Pinkel says the redshirt freshman will see playing time.
The two schools have played one another on and off since 1896. Tags: football.
Players say politician’s presence is a strong motivator.
StatBroadcast will become available in August.
New York coach Ryan pairs ex-Tigers together to speed up learning process.
Football coach looks to improve on dismal season, stave off injury bug.
As construction continues at Faurot Field, Frank Haith signs another transfer and the volleyball team brings in a top-20 recruiting class.
Missouri’s 39th-ranked signing class doesn’t merit the vitriol.
Justin Smith cold not attend because of Super Bowl XLVII.
Missouri’s offense sputtered this season, but who could’ve done better?
Gary Pinkel insists against 'magic.' How else to describe Missouri's stunner over Tennessee?
After four overtimes, quarterback James Franklin led his team with four touchdown passes in the 51-48 win.
Amid injury decimation, Missouri’s offensive line makes no excuses.
The kicker has connected on seven straight field goals.
Quarterback James Franklin returned from injury halfway through the game.
Marcus Murphy gives Missouri a spark heading into the second half of the season.
Under a downpour, the Tigers remained winless after a 42-10 loss from Alabama.
The Tigers showed life after a weather delay but were unable to overcome the Crimson Tide.
Backup quarterback Corbin Berkstresser and the Tigers couldn't overcome their own mistakes in a 19-15 loss to Vanderbilt.
Freshman wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, the former No. 1 recruit in the nation, and two other Missouri football players were arrested on drug charges Wednesday ...
After one play he recalls all too well, E.J. Gaines looks to move on from his team’s dismantling Saturday.
The SEC defensive player of the week had a breakout performance Saturday after arriving quietly at Missouri.
Corbin Berkstresser started in place of an injured James Franklin in the 24-20 win.
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What can Lindsey Greeson, his bus and his traveling crew tell us about living the SEC life?
Late turnovers proved costly in the Tigers' 41-20 loss to Jarvis Jones and No. 7 Georgia.
After months of anticipation, Missouri aims for respect in SEC opener.
Rock 'n' roll enthusiast Max Copeland seeks a balance between the excitement and the present.
After a 62-10 win over Southeastern Louisiana, the talk after the game was about the Tigers' next opponent.
Last year’s All-Big 12 cornerback is ready to earn respect with an encore in the SEC.
After a season-ending injury derailed his breakout 2011, Henry Josey has gathered speed on his track to recovery.
Missouri is all too familiar with the consequences of an unreliable kicking game. Grant Ressel struggled mightily last year, converting on just nine of his ...
Junior James Franklin will try to dodge the question with a big smile and a “yes sir” or a “yes ma’am” response. Does it ...
Sheldon Richardson, once the top tackle recruit in the country, looks to reclaim glory with the SEC’s newest front.
A new team rule kept the nation’s most-anticipated freshman from talking, so his actions had to answer the question: is he ready to meet expectations?
Posted to Sports Blog by Ryan Hood and Seth Boster at 10:41 p.m., July 17, 2012
The $200 million plan was jump-started after the department received the second-largest single donation in MU history.
Eight other Tiger seniors landed NFL contracts this past weekend.
The additions of Missouri and Texas A&M were big discussions in the first coaches' teleconference for the new 14-team SEC.
Fisher has returned to the practice field after losing last season to injury.
Injuries to offensive stars James Franklin and Henry Josey allowed reserve players to shine.
The Tigers introduced new uniforms for five athletic teams at Saturday’s Black and Gold Game.
Missouri introduced new uniforms for five different sports at Saturday's Black and Gold football game.
Missouri took another step toward the SEC with Saturday's spring football game.
The sophomore quarterback is not expected to miss any of the 2012 season.
Offensive coordinator Yost said he was impressed by what he saw from Berkstresser on Thursday.
The athletics department's game day changes look to make Missouri competitive in the SEC.
MU Athletics Director Mike Alden announced changes to pricing and game day operations Monday.
Missouri signed 18 new players Wednesday, headlined by No. 1 recruit Dorial Green-Beckham.
MU students reacted with excitement and anticipation over the news of Dorial Green-Beckham's signing.
The Springfield, Mo., native's commitment boosted the Tigers' class to No. 21 in the country, according to ESPNU.
The Tigers (8-5) had one of their most productive offensive games en route to a 41-24 victory.
The familiar Shreveport, La., venue will serve as the Tigers' final contest as a member of the Big 12.
The game marks the program’s third bowl trip in nine years to Shreveport, La.
Intro: Before the book is officially closed on the Border War rivalry, The Maneater takes a look back at the five games that stand out ...
Missouri's defense buckled down and James Franklin rebounded from a shaky start to defeat Kansas.
After qualifying for postseason play Saturday, the Tigers have a few possibilities of where they could play in bowl season.
Sophomore quarterback James Franklin led Missouri back from a 10-point second-half deficit to win.
The coach is suspended for a week without pay and could sacrifice $306,538 in salary.
The Big 12 Conference's leading rusher went down Saturday with a season-ending injury.
Missouri's defense kept the No. 16 Longhorns out of the endzone for the first time since 2004.
One play gone wrong sent MU football captain Elvis Fisher on a long walk of self-discovery.
Missouri's highly efficient running back has added depth to its spread offense.
The Tigers couldn't retain momentum after falling behind early, suffering a 45-24 defeat.
The Missouri football team was all smiles after notching a much-needed win on Saturday.
Brandon Weeden and Justin Blackmon pose a deadly threat to the Tigers’ defense.
Missouri cut down on mistakes to earn one of its most complete victories of the season.
The Iowa State game was left off the Big 12 television package this weekend.
Winless away from Faurot Field, Missouri football hopes a celebratory Columbia atmosphere will kick-start its season.
After struggling through the first five games of the year, Michael Egnew finally broke through Saturday.
The Missouri players admitted a lack of attention to detail during the last few weeks.
Kansas State held onto an early lead to hand Missouri a 24-17 loss.
Oklahoma and the Tigers combined for 1,124 yards in Saturday night’s showdown.
James Franklin and the Missouri offense couldn’t make up for missed opportunities in the 38-28 loss.
Last year, Oklahoma rolled into Columbia to face the Missouri Tigers as the newly anointed No. 1 in the BCS standings. The Sooners left with ...
Thrown into the starting role due to injuries, Henry Josey made history Saturday.
Even after the upset win in 2010 over the Sooners, the Tigers still haven’t forgotten some bitter losses to OU.
The Tigers set program marks in points and yards in a 69-0 win over the Leathernecks on Saturday.
The end to Friday night’s duel in the desert was a tough pill to swallow for Missouri football fans. The outcome was deflating and ...
Franklin showed vast improvement in Missouri’s road loss to Arizona State on Friday.
After writing about how I was very optimistic about my Kansas City Chiefs for the upcoming season, I had a tough time watching them get ...
Last week aboard the S.S. Big 12, the Aggie decided to jump ship. Before he could do so, the Bear jumped out and tackled ...
With multiple starters on the sidelines, a couple of players are embracing an opportunity to shine.
Although college football season just started, people will inevitably be talking about who will be in the BCS Championship Game. It’s only natural to ...
The sophomore threw and ran for a touchdown in Missouri's 17-6 victory over Miami (Ohio).
All eyes will fall on the sophomore quarterback as the football season begins.
With no clear number one at running back, three Tigers continue to battle for the starting role.
After a breakout performance in 2010, the second-year coordinator has the trust of his players.
All it took last year was a bobbled snap, an interception or an occasional incompletion for someone in the student section of Faurot Field to ...
Missouri players are trying to stay positive despite being riddled with preseason maladies.
Years of playing together created a strong bond between Missouri’s four senior offensive linemen.
Mike Alden denied reports of a move to the SEC after the first scrimmage of the preseason.
Missouri's new quarterback looks to become the final piece to a Tiger offense that is both talented and experienced.
Many questions revolved around the newcomers that will fill in for talent lost to the NFL.
Howard Richards is set to replace legendary John “Mr. Mizzou” Kadlec as the football color commentator this fall.
It has been roughly one month since the TatGate bombshell erupted on the campus of The Ohio State University, and an unpopular truth beats on ...
Coach Gary Pinkel announced the redshirt freshman's intentions to play elsewhere on Monday.
Draft selections of Smith and Gabbert could lead to added benefits to various aspects of MU.
Aldon Smith and Blaine Gabbert became the 16th and 17th first-round picks, respectively, from MU in the history of the NFL Draft Thursday. But did ...
The Jacksonville Jaguars took Blaine Gabbert and Aldon Smith became a 49er in the draft's first round.
Coach Gary Pinkel said final depth charts for the spring will be released later this week.
Sophomore James Franklin and redshirt freshman Tyler Gabbert are jockeying for the top spot.
The junior quarterback chose to forgo his senior season as a Missouri Tiger to enter the NFL Draft.
Love it or hate it, college football recruiting has taken on a life of its own, from scouting in high school all the way to ...
Freshmen James Franklin and Tyler Gabbert will vie for the starting position in 2011.
Blaine Gabbert described his decision to enter the NFL Draft as “bittersweet.” When I heard yesterday of the junior quarterback’s intentions, I couldn’t ...
The junior ranks fourth in yards passing and third in touchdowns for Missouri quarterbacks.
Junior quarterback Blaine Gabbert’s 434 yards passing were not enough for a Missouri win.
A victory for Missouri will result in the team's third-ever 11-win season.
The Tiger football team finished 10-2 on the season.
Missouri volleyball will face Duke on Friday.
As the final seconds ticked off in overtime last week in Kansas City, the players on Missouri’s mens basketball team looked lost, wondering how ...
The Tigers finished with a 10-2 record on the season.
The Tigers pounded the Jayhawks on the ground, racking up 218 yards rushing on the day.
Expectations are a funny thing. They constantly evolve but, in the case of college football, only seem to grow. There are no steps back. Coaches ...
The Tigers look to improve to 10-2 on the season with a win over the Jayhawks.
The Tiger senior class earned its school-record 39th win.
Missouri is coming off a bounce-back win over Kansas State after dropping the previous two games.
After Memorial Stadium all but cleared out Saturday, the 15 seniors on the Missouri football team exited Faurot Field for the final time in style ...
Missouri will head to Ames, Iowa next weekend to face the Iowa State Cyclones.
The Tigers will try to bounce back after losing two straight games.
The Tigers fell to 7-2 on the year with the loss.
Junior quarterback Blaine Gabbert completed 10 passes for 95 yards in the loss.
The high-powered Tiger passing offense faces a struggling Red Raider pass defense.
The Mizzou Student Foundation, which reaches out to alumni for donations, saw a 100 percent increase in applications this year.
The Tigers look to bounce back against the Texas Tech Red Raiders Saturday.
It was a perfect day to decide the definitive favorite for the Big 12 North. Nebraska’s venerable Memorial Stadium practically overflowed with 85,904 ...
Nebraska's senior tailback broke the school record with 307 rushing yards in the game.
The Tigers are off to a 7-0 start for the first time in 50 years.
The Tigers entered the top 10 in the BCS rankings for the first time since 2007.
18,000 people attended the ESPN broadcast.
Missouri outscored Oklahoma 16-6 in the final quarter to earn the victory.
As I walked around campus Friday and saw several tours of prospective students, I couldn’t imagine there was a finer campus to be at ...
The Tigers are off to a 7-0 start for the first time in 50 years.
The Tigers are off to a 7-0 start for the first time in 50 years.
The crowd broke a record set in 2001 at the University of Nebraska.
The Tigers are 6-0 overall and 2-0 in conference play.
The game against No. 1 Oklahoma sold out Tuesday.
Men's basketball The Tigers enter the season ranked No. 15 in the ESPN/USA Today Top 25 Coaches Poll. The ranking is the highest ...
The sun shines bright over the six columns on the Quad at the University of Missouri campus. The aura is a calm one, the vast ...
Gameday's main set will sit in front of Jesse Hall and The Columns.
Blaine Gabbert threw for 361 yards and three touchdowns in the victory.
Gabbert threw for 361 yards and three touchdowns against Texas A&M.
Missouri is 3-7 all-time against Texas A&M.
Missouri remains unbeaten with a 5-0 record on the season.
The Tigers capitalized on efforts from the special teams to earn the victory.
The Tigers defeated the Buffaloes 36-17 last season.
The officer found an open bottle of beer in the vehicle that was still cold.
The Tigers face their first conference foe, Colorado, on Saturday.
The six Missouri football players make up the Kentucky Boulevard Boys.
The Tigers capitalized on the ground despite the Redhawk’s No. 5 run defense in the nation.
Grant Ressel missed his first extra point at Missouri, but also hit a career long 50-yard field goal in the victory.
The Missouri football team had seven different players score touchdowns in the victory.
An overview of Missouri sports
Missouri football aims to stay undefeated heading into conference play.
Attendance has steadily declined in the last two years.
The game-winning touchdown came with less than a minute to play.
The sophomore defensive end leads the team in sacks and tackles for loss.
The Tiger offense scored a last-minute touchdown to earn the 27-24 victory.
Sophomore wide receiver T.J. Moe scored the winning touchdown with 51 seconds left in the game.
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The Tigers are 2-0 and ranked No. 25 in the Coaches Poll.
The doctors help players practice their focus for game day.
The Tigers will return Will Ebner and Kendial Lawrence to the lineup.
The freshman tailback lit up the scoreboard against the Cowboys.
Basketball The Missouri Tigers basketball team announced the 2010-11 schedule Monday. The Tigers have put together a challenging year, facing the powerhouse Georgetown Hoyas as ...
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Freshman tailback Henry Josey led the Tigers with 112 yards and three touchdowns.
Football Tiger defensive end Aldon Smith had a career game against the Fighting Illini on Saturday, leading the defense with 10 tackles and two sacks ...
The Tigers shut out the Illini in the second half of the season opener.
A strong second half resulted in a come-from-behind win for the Tigers.
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The Tigers enter their final Arch Rivalry game with a perfect record against the Illini.
Illinois (at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis) When: Sept. 4 2009 Record: 3-9 (2-6 Big Ten) All-Time Series: Missouri holds the 16-7 edge ...
Missouri's backup tailbacks prepare to step up with the former starter out.
More than 100 schools in the Football Bowl Subdivision lost money on football.
Four Tigers football players have been arrested this month.
Jarrell Jackson, De’Vion Moore and Munir Prince have been among the injured Tigers.
The Missouri Tigers' first game is Sept. 4 against Illinois.
Injuries have left young receivers fighting for playing time.
The event was the Tigers' eighth annual appreciation day.
Pinkel said Blaine Gabbert will continue his success this year.
Gymnastics After qualifying for two events in Thursday night's semifinal, Missouri senior Sarah Shire finished within the top five in vault and floor exercise ...
He became Missouri's third first-round draft pick in the last two years.
The scrimmage marks the end of the spring practice schedule.
Five turnovers by the offense helped the Gold side earn the win.
Departing seniors accounted for 60 percent of Missouri's receptions.
The Tigers had 23 players sign a National Letter of Intent.
Ticket sales have come up short for recent bowl games.