MISSOURI TIGERS NEWS

Led by Wright's career performance, Mizzou snaps 13-game skid

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- The Missouri Tigers' school-record 13-game losing streak ended with a 64-52 victory over the Florida Gators Tuesday night at Mizzou Arena. "Finally," Tigers first-year coach Kim Anderson said. "This has been miserable. It's been hard for me. It's been hard for them." All it took was a career-best 28 points from freshman Namon Wright and an atrocious free-throw shooting...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Led by Wright's career performance, Mizzou snaps 13-game skid

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- The Missouri Tigers' school-record 13-game losing streak ended with a 64-52 victory over the Florida Gators Tuesday night at Mizzou Arena. "Finally," Tigers first-year coach Kim Anderson said. "This has been miserable. It's been hard for me. It's been hard for them." All it took was a career-best 28 points from freshman Namon Wright and an atrocious free-throw shooting...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
4 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Florida's Devin Robinson Posterizes Missouri Forward Keanau Post With One-Handed Slam

The Florida Gators have not had the best of seasons this year, but with an overall record of 13-14 heading in to Tuesday night's game against the Missouri Tigers there was still plenty to play for. No team likes to end the season with a winning record and with some tough games coming up against Texas A&M and Kentucky they need to win now if they are going to have a chance of...
Via FatManWriting
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Florida’s Devin Robinson Posterizes Missouri’s Keanau Post (Video)

Keanau Post loves to dunk on people — Tuesday night he got a taste of his own medicine. In Tuesday’s matchup between the Florida Gators and Missouri Tigers, Gators freshman forward Devin Robinson drove down the lane and cocked back the hammer for this one-handed slam. h.t OnlyGators.com
Via Thacover2
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Let bygones be bygones: Ray and Sims have become friends since SEC Championship Game

The last time Missouri defensive end Shane Ray and Alabama quarterback Blake Sims collided on the gridiron, Ray was ejected for targeting. That was last December at the SEC Championship game in Atlanta. In the two months since, the two have actually become friends, bonding with one another in Boca Raton, Florida, of all places. "Me and Blake train together so I talk to him every...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Let bygones be bygones: Ray and Sims have become friends since SEC Championship Game

The last time Missouri defensive end Shane Ray and Alabama quarterback Blake Sims collided on the gridiron, Ray was ejected for targeting. That was last December at the SEC Championship game in Atlanta. In the two months since, the two have actually become friends, bonding with one another in Boca Raton, Florida, of all places. "Me and Blake train together so I talk to him every...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Shane Ray will not participate in NFL Combine drills due to injury

Missouri defensive end Shane Ray will be unable to take part in any drills during the defensive lineman portion of the NFL Combine on Sunday due to an injury he suffered during the Citrus Bowl on Jan. 1. "Unfortunately, I won't be able to perform because of an injury I had in my bowl game with my foot," he said Saturday afternoon. "So everything that is listed for tomorrow as far...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Shane Ray will not participate in NFL Combine drills due to injury

Missouri defensive end Shane Ray will be unable to take part in any drills during the defensive lineman portion of the NFL Combine on Sunday due to an injury he suffered during the Citrus Bowl on Jan. 1. "Unfortunately, I won't be able to perform because of an injury I had in my bowl game with my foot," he said Saturday afternoon. "So everything that is listed for tomorrow as far...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Turnover-prone Tigers fall to Razorbacks

An 84-69 loss at No. 18 Arkansas Wednesday night makes it official: Missouri is enduring a historically bad season. The Tigers' 12th straight loss matched the school record last set in 1966-67. Missouri fell to 7-19 overall and dropped farther into the SEC cellar at 1-12. No other SEC team has fewer than four conference wins. 3-POINTERS First-half woes Though they stayed close early...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Turnover-prone Tigers fall to Razorbacks

An 84-69 loss at No. 18 Arkansas Wednesday night makes it official: Missouri is enduring a historically bad season. The Tigers' 12th straight loss matched the school record last set in 1966-67. Missouri fell to 7-19 overall and dropped farther into the SEC cellar at 1-12. No other SEC team has fewer than four conference wins. 3-POINTERS First-half woes Though they stayed close early...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Shane Ray and other Tigers look to measure out well and impress at NFL Combine

This week's NFL Scouting Combine could go a long way toward determining Shane Ray's future for reasons mostly unrelated to his efforts on the football field. Mizzou's dominant defensive end proved his worth as a pass rusher by breaking the school record with 14 1/2 sacks to earn SEC Defensive Player of the Year and unanimous All-American honors. But before he signs a massive contract...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Shane Ray and other Tigers look to measure out well and impress at NFL Combine

This week's NFL Scouting Combine could go a long way toward determining Shane Ray's future for reasons mostly unrelated to his efforts on the football field. Mizzou's dominant defensive end proved his worth as a pass rusher by breaking the school record with 14 1/2 sacks to earn SEC Defensive Player of the Year and unanimous All-American honors. But before he signs a massive contract...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
13 days ago  |  Discuss

College basketball team's plane makes emergency landing

ST. LOUIS (AP) A plane carrying the Mississippi State men's basketball team has made an emergency landing in St. Louis after one of the engines failed. The mishap occurred after the Bulldogs defeated the Missouri Tigers 77-74 Saturday in Columbia, Missouri. Mississippi State coach Rick Ray posted on Twitter that the twin-engine plane landed safely. He described hearing a loud noise...
Via AP on Fox
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Despite career performance by Johnathan Williams III, Mizzou loses 11th straight

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Plenty went right for the Missouri Tigers Saturday afternoon at Mizzou Arena. Check it out: Sophomore forward Johnathan Williams III scored a career-high 27 points, including 23 in the second half. Senior point guard Keith Shamburger played all but 15 seconds and did not commit a turnover while passing for six assists and scoring 15 points. He also made all six of...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Despite career performance by Johnathan Williams III, Mizzou loses 11th straight

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Plenty went right for the Missouri Tigers Saturday afternoon at Mizzou Arena. Check it out: Sophomore forward Johnathan Williams III scored a career-high 27 points, including 23 in the second half. Senior point guard Keith Shamburger played all but 15 seconds and did not commit a turnover while passing for six assists and scoring 15 points. He also made all six of...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
14 days ago  |  Discuss

After surviving plane scare, Anderson now must halt Mizzou's tailspin -- without Clark

For a while Wednesday night, Missouri coach Kim Anderson had a more important matter at hand than his job as the first-year coach of Missouri's struggling basketball team. Like his life, and the lives of the two pilots flying the twin-engine plane that had to make an emergency landing near St. Louis sometime after 5 p.m. At his weekly presser at Mizzou Arena on Thursday afternoon...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
17 days ago  |  Discuss

After surviving plane scare, Anderson now must halt Mizzou's tailspin -- without Clark

For a while Wednesday night, Missouri coach Kim Anderson had a more important matter at hand than his job as the first-year coach of Missouri's struggling basketball team. Like his life, and the lives of the two pilots flying the twin-engine plane that had to make an emergency landing near St. Louis sometime after 5 p.m. At his weekly presser at Mizzou Arena on Thursday afternoon...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Cold-shooting Tigers drop eighth-straight

When a hitter in baseball goes 18 for 56 at bat, he's good. When a college basketball team goes 18 for 56 from the field, it's not so good. Missouri was not so good -- again -- Wednesday night in a 62-49 defeat at Alabama that extended the Tigers' losing streak to eight games. The Tigers (7-15, 1-8) stayed close throughout the first half and much of the second, and did not fall behind...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Cold-shooting Tigers drop eighth-straight

When a hitter in baseball goes 18 for 56 at bat, he's good. When a college basketball team goes 18 for 56 from the field, it's not so good. Missouri was not so good -- again -- Wednesday night in a 62-49 defeat at Alabama that extended the Tigers' losing streak to eight games. The Tigers (7-15, 1-8) stayed close throughout the first half and much of the second, and did not fall behind...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Through dedication, staff stability, Pinkel lands best recruiting class yet

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- When it comes to college football recruiting, it's tough to beat familiarity, consistency and a successful tradition. Hard work to develop all three of those areas paid off for Gary Pinkel and his staff at Missouri on arguably the most successful Signing Day of his 14-year tenure. Back-to-back SEC East titles and 23 wins in two seasons have made the Tigers a player...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Through dedication, staff stability, Pinkel lands best recruiting class yet

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- When it comes to college football recruiting, it's tough to beat familiarity, consistency and a successful tradition. Hard work to develop all three of those areas paid off for Gary Pinkel and his staff at Missouri on arguably the most successful Signing Day of his 14-year tenure. Back-to-back SEC East titles and 23 wins in two seasons have made the Tigers a player...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Tigers put best foot forward to bring East St. Louis' Beckner to #DLineZou

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Missouri's efforts to land one of the nation's top recruits and one of Gary Pinkel's best classes ever got another boost in the final weekend before Signing Day. Tiger fans made it clear they understand the potential value of Terry Beckner Jr., a 6-foot-4, almost 300-pound defensive tackle from East St. Louis. ESPN ranks him as the No. 2 overall player in the 2015...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Tigers put best foot forward to bring East St. Louis' Beckner to #DLineZou

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Missouri's efforts to land one of the nation's top recruits and one of Gary Pinkel's best classes ever got another boost in the final weekend before Signing Day. Tiger fans made it clear they understand the potential value of Terry Beckner Jr., a 6-foot-4, almost 300-pound defensive tackle from East St. Louis. ESPN ranks him as the No. 2 overall player in the 2015...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Mizzou Arena no longer providing extra energy for Tigers

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- The last remnants of magic in Mizzou Arena faded away late Saturday afternoon. Ole Miss never looked the least bit intimidated in a 67-47 rout of the Tigers, their worst home loss since Kanas won 77-56 in March 2010. Fans began exiting the arena en masse with about six minutes to play while the Rebels went on a 15-0 run, extending their lead to 24 points. Energy...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Mizzou Arena no longer providing extra energy for Tigers

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- The last remnants of magic in Mizzou Arena faded away late Saturday afternoon. Ole Miss never looked the least bit intimidated in a 67-47 rout of the Tigers, their worst home loss since Kanas won 77-56 in March 2010. Fans began exiting the arena en masse with about six minutes to play while the Rebels went on a 15-0 run, extending their lead to 24 points. Energy...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
28 days ago  |  Discuss
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