“It wasn’t like we had Michael’s Secret Stuff off of Space Jam in the locker room or anything,” senior linebacker Brandon Lee said. “It just came down to doing our job.”
Larry Rountree and Damarea Crockett combined for 231 total yards to lead the Missouri offense.
The Tigers said they learned from the mistakes that doomed them against Kentucky in a dramatic loss two weeks ago.
Parker was thrown into action last Saturday after injuries to Kendall Blanton and Albert Okwuegbunam.
After missing four games, Hall led Missouri in receiving yards to get the Tigers back to their winning ways in an upset of No. 13 Florida.
Senior receiver Emanuel Hall returned after missing four weeks with an injury and helped lead the Missouri offense.
Cale Garrett was a bright spot with three fourth-down stops, but the MU offense failed to tally a first down after halftime.
Missouri falls short of beating ranked opponent again as last-second touchdown squanders defensive gem
The Tigers led 14-3 with under six minutes to go and went the entire second half without picking up a first down.
Terry Wilson completed a pass to C.J Conrad on the game’s last play and Missouri let another conference win slip through its fingertips.
Changes in the secondary and the return of Richaud Floyd headline this week's events as the Tigers look for an elusive high quality win.
With three touchdowns, the tight end looked to be in peak form against Memphis.
A look inside the fourth-and-1 play that saved Missouri against Memphis and brought the receiver’s confidence back.
Missouri’s 48 first-half points in the homecoming win topped its combined point totals from the previous two weeks.
After an inconsistent six weeks, the next three games will determine the success of Missouri football's season.
Lock’s father, sister reflect on the MU fan-turned-quarterback.
Missouri will welcome the nation’s 5th-ranked rushing offense for homecoming this Saturday.
When the Tigers lost their third straight last year, Barry Odom sounded off. This time, players echoed a more collected call to action.
There are no As to give out after Missouri's third straight loss.
After exiting the game in the second quarter for a helmet-to-helmet hit on Damien Harris, the Tigers gave up 24 points.
Drew Lock struggled under pressure and the defense held up surprisingly well — sometimes — as the Tigers dropped their third straight.