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COLUMBIA, Mo. The loss to Kansas will not linger. After No. 7 Missouri completed its night of recovery with a 78-72 victory over NCAA Tournament-worthy Iowa State, senior guard Kim English stood near mid-court with a final request for what was left of the home crowd.
It was minutes after his last game at Mizzou Arena, just four days after he lived one of his career's most painful defeats. A one-point overtime loss Saturday to then-No. 4 Kansas at Allen Fieldhouse cost the Tigers a chance at their first Big 12 Conference regular-season title, a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament and an opportunity to sweep their bitter rivals for the first time since 1994.
But Wednesday, life moved on for English and the rest of a Tigers squad that remains a threat to win the Big 12 Tournament for the second time in program history and advance deep in the NCAA Tournament. As he turned toward the student section near the end of his farewell address, English wanted the scattered remains of the 14...
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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) After a strong junior season that had him briefly flirt with leaving early for the NBA, Missouri forward Laurence Bowers returned to school with plenty of unfinished business.
He had to adapt to a new system installed by Frank Haith, the former Miami coach hired to replace Mike Anderson, a Bowers family friend who recruited the 6-foot-8 Memphis, Tenn., native...
Missouri standout senior guard Marcus Denmon shares his thoughts on his career and season as his final home game playing as a Tiger is about to be played.
The Missouri Tigers received a quick response to an offer given out just last night from at St. Louis offensive lineman with close ties and family history to the Mizzou athletic program as they pick up his commitment less the 24 hours later.
The Missouri Tigers hosted several unofficical vistors this evening including Staley 2013 QB Trent Hosick. The Tigers wound up extending a couple of new offers, including to Hosick, who spoke to us about his new offer and where he would play.
With the Missouri Tigers set to start spring football practice only days away, we take a clos look at the offensive line and what changes are expected with the departure of three key seniors from last season.
The Missouri Tigers hosted several unofficial visitors last night, including several football recruits who left campus with verbal offers from the Tiger coaching staff. We get the second standout lineman to receive and offer to share his experience.
Missouri kicks off the pro day schedule today with a couple of notable prospects.
It will be interesting to see if TE Michael Egnew, the Tigers’ highest-rated prospect does anything beyond TE position drills after posting a solid workout at the NFL Combine last week. Egnew posted a 4.62 40 at 6’5″ 252 pounds, had a 41-inch vertical, a 10’11″ broad jump, a 7.03 time on the...
On Wednesday night, the #7/#8 Missouri Tigers (26-4, 13-4) defeated the Iowa State Cyclones (21-9, 11-6) by the final score of 78-72, to clinch second place in the Big 12 Conference.
With the Missouri Tigers top running back from 2011 sitting this spring out due to injury, we could see some interesting competition happen between Kendial Lawrence and other returning backs looking to make their mark.
The state of Missouri is producing a solid number of quality offensive lineman for the class of 2013. One of those top prospects just received and offer from the home state Missouri Tigers.
On Wednesday night (7:00 P.M., Big 12 Network) the #7/#8 Missouri Tigers (25-4, 12-4) play host to the Iowa State Cyclones (21-8, 11-5) in Big 12 Conference action.