COLUMBIA — It’s another Southeastern Conference honor for Shane Ray.
COLUMBIA — Sydney Deeken of the Missouri Tigers was named the Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Week in volleyball Monday.
The Missouri Tigers are back in the Associated Press college football rankings.
Russell Hansbrough scored two of his three touchdowns in the final seven minutes and Missouri rallied from 13 points down to beat No. 13 South Carolina 21-20 on Saturday night.
When Missouri football fans tune into the Tigers’ first Southeastern Conference game of the year, they’ll likely do so with two frustrating losses in mind.
Missouri football’s nation-leading turnover streak, 47 games, died Saturday, Sept. 20 at home with 66,755 at its side.
Before this season started, Missouri center Evan Boehm was named to the Rimington Award and Outland Trophy watch lists. The awards, respectively, go to the best center and interior lineman in the country. Boehm, one of the Tigers’ representatives at Southeastern Conference Media Days, planned to aim high this year.
When Andrew Baggett made a rare appearance at Missouri football’s media day Monday, he showed up with some bright teal Nikes on his feet. He probably won’t be wearing any cleats of that color this season.
When Brad McNulty took over as Missouri’s left guard against Indiana, it didn’t go exactly as planned.
Missouri lost a lot Saturday. The Tigers lost left guard Anthony Gatti to an ACL injury. They lost defensive end Markus Golden for the game to a nagging hamstring injury. They even lost their nation-leading streak of forcing a turnover in 47 straight games. But the loss that will sting most was on the scoreboard.
D'Angelo Roberts scored on a 3-yard touchdown run with 22 seconds remaining and Nate Sudfeld passed for 252 yards and a touchdown to help Indiana upset No. 18 Missouri 31-27 on Saturday.
No. 18 Missouri defensive end Markus Golden injured his left hamstring in practice this week and did not start against Indiana (1-1) on Saturday.
The Missouri Tigers begin today with a top-20 ranking, three comfortable wins in their pocket and one remaining non-conference game — against a team that just lost to Bowling Green, no less — before commencing Southeastern Conference play.
Missouri and Connecticut finalized a deal Thursday to play a home-and-home football series between the programs.
COLUMBIA — The Missouri athletic department announced Thursday a multi-million renovation plan for Mizzou Arena.