Missouri Tigers News
Experience matters for SEC teams looking to topple Kentucky
Kentucky opponents have trouble agreeing on what it takes to topple a program that annually brings in multiple future first-round NBA picks. Yet a few Southeastern Conference teams may have stumbled across a winning formula the last couple of years. Experience matters against the talented, but
Georgia, Alabama duos stand out at SEC's midseason point
Georgia's Kirby Smart and Jake Fromm as well as Alabama's Jalen Hurts and Minkah Fitzpatrick stand out at the midway point of the season in the Southeastern Conference.
No. 4 Georgia finds running game, beats Missouri 53-28
Michel runs for 2 TDs, No. 4 Georgia pulls away after slow start to overwhelm Missouri 53-28
Georgia, Alabama, Auburn reminding SEC that defense matters
Alabama, Georgia and Auburn are separating themselves in the SEC, even though the Crimson Tide's offense looks methodical at times, the Bulldogs are playing a freshman quarterback and Tigers can have trouble moving the ball
College Football Picks: With no marquee games, upset alerts
Twenty-two ranked teams will play this weekend and no one game features two of them
Massive warehouse fire at chemical plant in Missouri
A small study suggests women who had miscarriages may be more likely to have had flu shots two years in a row.
Frank Broyles, who led Arkansas to 1964 title, dies at 92
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- Frank Broyles, who guided Arkansas to its lone national football championship and later molded the overall program as athletic director, died Monday at the age of 92. Broyles died from complications of Alzheimer's disease, according to a statement from his family, who said he
Jontay Porter reclassifies and will play at Missouri alongside brother Michael Porter Jr.
Jontay Porter, the No. 10 player in the Class of 2018 and the younger brother of Michael Porter Jr., the top-ranked freshman in the country, told ESPN he will reclassify and join his brother and his father at Missouri ?this season. "This is going to be a special year for Mizzou basketball, and I
Michael Porter Jr. expects big things for Missouri this season
Michael Porter Jr., ESPN's No. 1 prospect in the country and projected top pick in the 2018 NBA draft, said guiding Missouri to its first trip to the NCAA tournament since 2013 will not suffice in 2017-18. Porter said he wants to take the Tigers to the final stage of the season in April. "I'm not
Arizona makes huge move in Way-Too-Early Top 25
On Wednesday, the college basketball scene for 2017-18 began to take shape as players who'd entered the NBA draft without hiring agents had to withdraw if they intended to retain their collegiate eligibility. Those decisions rocked some programs and enhanced others. But the guessing games of the