Football, softball and baseball were the main affected sports, but the entire athletic department was impacted by the sanctions.
Vanderbilt leads the all-time series 17-3.
For the third time this season, the Tigers bounced back from a Friday loss to take the series.
The Tigers will open the series against the Volunteers at 5:30 p.m. CDT on Friday.
Sophomore Alex Peterson set the tone with two outstanding defensive plays in the first inning.
Small ball and capitalizing on mistakes were part of the plan in the Tigers’ win over South Carolina.
The powerful designated hitter has helped spark Mizzou’s solid season.
The Tigers got their first SEC sweep of the year on the backs of Chad McDaniel and the bullpen.
Sophomore Chad McDaniel led the way for Missouri at the plate with three hits and two RBIs.
The Tigers scored two runs unearned.
With the 6-2 win at Taylor Stadium, Missouri improved to 9-0 in Tuesday games this season.
Mizzou mustered only four runs over the weekend against Georgia’s dominant pitching.
The Tigers are 4-2 in their last six SEC games.
Tommy Springer started and threw four solid innings for the Tigers on the mound.
Art Joven threw 6 ⅔ innings and allowed two runs in the series-deciding game.
The Tigers of Columbia outscored the Tigers of Baton Rouge 26-21 in the series.
The sophomore stopped the bleeding in a rough game for the Missouri pitching staff, pitching five innings and allowing no runs.
The junior left-hander struck out 10 in seven innings of work.
Missouri failed to plate a run after the sixth inning.
Kameron Misner and Austin James homered as the Tigers defeated the Cougars.