Posted January 12, 2014 on
On Saturday, the #21 Missouri Tigers (13-2, 1-1) defeated the Auburn Tigers (8-5, 0-2) by the final score of 70-68.
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ST. LOUIS -- Dorial Green-Beckham has a winning lottery ticket in his back pocket, but he hasn't learned.
Missouri's standout wide receiver had a breakout sophomore season for the SEC East champion Tigers, who finished 12-2 and ranked fifth in the AP Top 25 and USA Today Coaches Poll. The 6-foot-6, 225-pound specimen, who was the No. 1 prospect coming out of high school,...
Three TV takeaways from Missouri's 70-68 victory at Auburn on Saturday afternoon:
Toughness there, shooting not so much
After the Tigers lost to Georgia on Wednesday night, coach Frank Haith said he was most disappointed by a lack of toughness shown by his players. To win on the road, Haith added, Missouri would have to be tougher. He promised they would be, too.
According to Mike Colombo of KMOV, Missouri star wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham was arrested early Saturday morning on “drug charges”, but released by the police a few hours later. Green-Beckham was booked and held at the Greene County Jail in Springfield, Missouri.
Springfield, MO Police arrested Mizzou’s Green-Beckham. Only will tell me “he was arrested, booked,...
Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham has given head coach Gary Pinkel another thing to think about: He was arrested on Friday night. DGB was pulled over for expired plates on a Jeep which had a pound of marijuana in car. A POUND. Now, it must be noted that Green-Beckham and the two other men in the car were released without charge or bail while the incident was investigated...
Missouri Tigers wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham has been arrested for "suspicion of drug activity." He was booked and released on Saturday.
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Early Saturday morning, Missouri WR Dorial Green-Beckham was arrested on drug charges. The original charges that were filed by the Springfield police are for " felony distribution, delivery, manufacture or production of a controlled substance". According to Dave Matter, of the St Louis Post-Dispatch, the Springfield police department will not comment...
Talented junior safety Ben Edwards talks about the Auburn Tigers and what he likes about the program. He also talks about his top five and when he hopes to make a decision.
Mark Murphy and Jason Caldwell of Inside the Auburn Tigers discuss AU sports including a look back at an impressive football season and what the Tigers have to look forward to in 2014.