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The SEC has not been too friendly this year to Gary Pinkel and the Missouri Tigers football program thus far. After a trio of thumpings at the hands of traditional SEC powers Georgia, Alabama, and South Carolina and an embarrassing home loss to Vanderbilt, Mizzou was finally able to pick up their first SEC conference victory with their 33-10 victory over cellar-dwelling Kentucky. Mizzou was so happy win their first SEC victory that the school decided to celebrate in style by selling t-shirts to commemorate the victory. The shirt describes how Mizzou "caged the cats" in their brilliant win over the Kentucky Wildcats. Check out the shirts for yourself. When things are not going as expected in your new home you have to celebrate every chance you can. But should Mizzou fans really be proud enough of their first SEC win over "Kentucky" to pay $16.99 for a shirt? Is a win over a team you suppose to beat really worthy of printing shirts over? What will happen if ...
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Gary Pinkel and his Missouri Tigers were able to pick up their first ever SEC victory on Saturday with a 33-10 victory over Kentucky.
While Mizzou was able to get the win, the discussion of whether or not Mizzou's spread attack will work in the SEC continues as the Tigers offense was hardly spectacular in the victory.
In fact, the usually prolific passing attack, despite a...
ST. LOUIS - The Missouri Tigers are having a hard time fitting in on the field during their first season in the SEC. They arent doing themselves any favors off the field either.
After finally recording their first SEC win Saturday - a 33-10 blowout of lowly Kentucky in Columbia the Tigers decided to celebrate it with a t-shirt.
For the bargain price of just 16.99, fans can purchase...
During a press conference on Monday in Columbia, Missouri, head football coach Gary Pinkel announced that junior quarterback James Franklin would start for Mizzou as they get ready to face the highly ranked Florida Gators this upcoming Saturday.
Pinkel told reporters that Franklin, who made a surprise second half appearance in Mizzou's 33-10 win over Kentucky this past weekend...
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Missouri guards Michael Dixon and Dominique Bull have been suspended indefinitely for undisclosed violations of team rules.
Both players will miss the 15th-ranked Tigers' first exhibition game Monday against Northwest Missouri State. Coach Frank Haith announced the suspensions Friday but declined to offer any details.
Dixon is a senior who averaged 13.5 points...
The Missouri Tigers have been hot on the football recruiting class in their search for some top flight prospects along their defensive line for 2013. ShowMeMizzou.com has the info on a top prospects interest in the Tigers.
COLUMBIA, Mo. Slide your finger down Missouri's roster. No, this isn't a Penn & Teller act. There's junior guard Phil Pressey and senior guard Michael Dixon then poof! no other player who has slipped on a black-and-gold jersey for second-year coach Frank Haith before this season.
The Tigers could have the biggest face lift this side of Lexington, Ky. Senior forward...
The Missouri Tigers 2013 basketball recruiting class is not full yet, and the basketball program be bringing in another elite prospect that could add to an already impressive class. ShowMeMizzou.com has the latest.
While the Missouri Tigers did not host any official visitors on Saturday during their first SEC conference win, there were plenty of unofficial visitors, including a standout 2014 target who updates us on his recruitment.
During Mizzou's Midnight Madness event a couple of weeks back, Mizzou newcomer Keion Bell caused a stir with his dunk over six pedestrians.
It did not take long for Bell to display his dunking abilities in a game, albeit an exhibition against a hapless Northwest Missouri State team.
Late in the game, Bell exploded towards the rim and dunked over two players. Check out the...
Recruiting for the 2013 class continues to heat up as the Missouri Tigers are looking for speed and defensive line help to add to the team for next year. We talk to a prospect recently hearing from Mizzou.
On Monday, Missouri junior defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson was named the SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week. Even with that honor bestowed on him, the Tigers DT feels he can be better.
This may be the best Halloween costume we’ve seen that is college football related. We’ve already seen the Muschamp Pumpkin carving. Now we have seen an angry Will Muschamp out. @JimmySharpesent us in this picture and it’s absolutely amazing. We can only hope he finds some officials to yell at and scream BOOM MOTHERF%*CKER at anyone and everyone. The Florida Gators and Will...