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One of the top football prospects from the Western side of the state in the 2014 football class will be making an unofficial visit to see the Missouri Tigers final 2012 home game against Syracuse.
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Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham scored the all-important game-tying touchdown with 47 seconds remaining against Tennessee on Saturday. It was a brilliant play call that ultimately allowed the Tigers to go on to win by a score of 51-48 in four overtimes. So who was responsible for drawing it up?
According to Mizzou quarterback James Franklin, Green-Beckham came up with...
Missouri Tigers defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson has been of Gary Pinkel's best players all season.
Now, just one win away from becoming bowl eligible, Pinkel will do without his play-making big man.
According to The Maneater, Mizzou's student newspaper, Richardson has been suspended for this weekend's game against Syracuse.
The report suggests that Richardson...
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Phil Pressey scored 21 points and Laurence Bowers added 14 -- all in the second half -- to help No. 14 Missouri rout Alcorn State 91-54 on Tuesday night. After a rough first half, the Tigers (2-0) pulled away from the Braves. Missouri made just nine of its 39 attempts before the break and held a seven-point halftime advantage thanks to Pressey's deep 3-pointer...
The Missouri Tigers have a huge game coming up this Saturday, as they send off eighteen seniors and try to become bowl eligible during their black out game. They will do so with a talented Georgia athlete in the house.
Despite watching his team struggle in the first half for the second consecutive game, Missouri coach Frank Haith remains encouraged.
After all, the Tigers are only returning one player from last year's 30-5 team.
''This team is a work in progress,'' Haith said. ''We're not going to be where we're going to be in January. We're not going to...
Syracuse is in need of the all-important win #6 in order to become bowl eligible. With an opportunity to achieve that this week, CuseNation.com takes a look at the Missouri Tigers.
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) Phil Pressey scored 21 points and Laurence Bowers added 14 - all in the second half - to help No. 14 Missouri rout Alcorn State 91-54 on Tuesday night.
After a rough first half, the Tigers (2-0) pulled away from the Braves. Missouri made just nine of its 39 attempts before the break and held a seven-point halftime advantage thanks to Pressey's deep 3-pointer...
Before Laurence Bowers and his teammates head off to the Bahamas, the senior forward is hoping to see a more complete effort from Missouri.
Bowers and the 14th-ranked Tigers will try to deliver that performance during Friday night's matchup with visiting Nicholls State.
While it hasn't made too much of a difference in the final score, Missouri (2-0) hasn't gotten off...
On the first day of the early signing period for basketball players to sign their national letters of intent to play for a college, the Missouri Tigers received LOIs from their three known commitments.