The Missouri Tigers’ run to the Southeastern Conference championship game has reaped some individual awards. A total of seven Tigers made the Associated Press’ All-SEC team released Monday. Four of the Tigers were first-team picks, while two were on the second team and the other was honorable mention. Michael Sam, a senior defensive end, led the Missouri contingent by being named the SEC Defensive Player of the Year.
Aaron Donald called it the perfect birthday present for his father. The Pittsburgh senior defensive tackle won the Bronko Nagurski award given to the nation’s top college defensive player.
Auburn was the only school that didn’t have anyone on last year’s Associated Press All-Southeastern Conference team. Not surprising, since the Tigers failed to win a league game. What a turnaround for the Tigers this season, in every respect.
Missouri junior guard Jordan Clarkson was named the National Player of the Week by College Sports Madness on Monday as well as the Southeastern Conference Player of the Week.
The hottest place in Mid-Missouri on Sunday may have been Mizzou Arena.
Missouri and Oklahoma State came so close to conference titles and being in the Bowl Championship Series.
Missouri fans are used to heartbreak. Yet it never gets any easier. When the Cinderella story came to an end at 7:06 CST, it was just another kick in the pants. But what a ride it was.
The No. 4-seeded and undefeated Missouri women’s volleyball team bowed out in the second round of the NCAA Tournament with a 18-25, 25-23, 16-25, 25-27 loss to Purdue on Saturday night at the Hearnes Center.
Tre Mason rushed for 304 yards and four touchdowns, leading No. 3 Auburn to a wild 59-42 victory over No. 5 Missouri in the Southeastern Conference championship game Saturday.
Jabari Brown scored 22 points and Jordan Clarkson added 21 to help Missouri upset No. 18 UCLA 80-71 on Saturday.
Aretha Franklin would be proud. That’s because respect is the tune the Missouri Tigers are singing. As in they’re not getting enough.
It’s time to see what the Missouri Tigers are really made of.
The No. 4 Missouri volleyball team claimed a 25-22, 25-15, 25-18 win against IUPUI in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at the Hearnes Center on Friday night.
The Missouri Tigers will look to extend their undefeated volleyball season tonight when they host an opening round match in the NCAA Tournament.
The Missouri defense is still a work in progress.