Posted February 24, 2012 on
On Saturday (3:00 P.M., CBS), the #3 Missouri Tigers (25-3, 12-3) travel to Lawrence to take on the #4/#5 Kansas Jayhawks (23-5, 13-2) in a battle for first place in the Big 12 Conference standings.
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The postseason chances of the fourth-ranked Kansas Jayhawks will not rest upon the broad shoulders of 6-foot-10 power forward Thomas Robinson, a national player of the year candidate as a junior. Nor will KU's shot at winning Saturday's rivalry game against third-ranked Missouri -- not to mention the Big 12 Tournament or even the Big Dance -- fall to the play of suddenly...
It was in the middle of class, that Missouri receiver Jerrell Jackson received the phone call with the late invitation to the 2012 NFL Combine. He reminisces inside, while also breaking down preparation for the next level, Tigers' SEC future, and more.
LAWRENCE, Kan. – The Border War may well have breathed its last Saturday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse, but the combatants made sure it went out in style. The Kansas Jayhawks erased a 19-point second half deficit to bring down the Missouri Tigers in overtime, 87-86.
Lawrence is going to rowdy and loud this weekend as the Tigers come to Lawrence to try an upset the Jayhawks at home. through eight seasons at Kansas, Bill Self is 237-46. Self has coached 18 seasons overall with a 444-151 record.
The Jayhawk's aren't going to bow down to the Tigers this weekend and will be ready after what happen in Columbia on Feb. 15. They...
INDIANAPOLIS _ Flash back to 2010, Mizzou fans. Jerrell Jackson catches nine for 139 yards, including the go-ahead touchdown in the Tigers’ first victory over Oklahoma since 1998
The top-ranked Baylor Lady Bears will take their undefeated mark into historic Allen Fieldhouse when they take on the Kansas Jayhawks on Friday, Feb. 24, at 6:30 p.m. CT.
Marcus Denmon led Missouri (25-4, 12-4) with 28 points. Ricardo Ratliffe finished with 22.
Tyshawn Taylor hit two free throws in the final 10 seconds of overtime to cap a 19-point rally as No. 4 Kansas beat No. 3 Missouri, 87-86, in what could be the last game in one of college basketball's longest rallies.
Junior Thomas Robinson scored 18 of his 28 points after halftime, including the game-tying free throw in the final seconds of regulation, while junior Tyshawn Taylor nailed a pair of free throws with eight seconds to go in overtime to help lift No. 4/5 Kansas over No. 3 Missouri, 87-86, Saturday afternoon in the teams' final regular-season meeting as members of the same conference.