The No. 19 Tigers completed their first SEC sweep since April, 2015.
Brian DeLunas: “If you’re a hitter and you want to be hitting off of Tanner, I think now’s the time to do it. Because I think he’s just going to continue to get better as he goes.”
The Tigers dropped below .500 for the first time this season.
J’Mon Moore: “I see them as one of the best offensive lines in the SEC.”
A sloppy Kentucky defense allowed Missouri to avenge the Tigers’ Friday loss.
Josh Heupel on Ish Witter: “I think he, maybe as much as anybody, has transformed his body.”
Jamieson: “We did some things well offensively and came up a little bit short.”
Assistant coach Grant Milner: “I wish we had 12 Hayden Buckleys.”
The Tigers face a major test next weekend at home against LSU.
Missouri football takes the field for its annual Black and Gold Game on Saturday.
The freshman has not allowed a run in his last two starts.
The team seeks its first NCAA tournament win since 2001.
The Tigers swept the doubleheader, earning identical 6-0 wins at University Field.
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These transfers leave Jakeenan Gant as the only player from Frank Haith’s 2014 recruiting class still at Missouri.
Coach Jamieson was far from pleased with the 5–3 win.
Drew Lock: “There’s definitely a way different pace — it’s super fast to say the least.”
The qualifiers include U.S. National Team member Hannah Stevens.
The freshmen class provided Missouri’s lone bright spot in what was a dismal season.