Missouri coach Kim Anderson said his team would have to play a perfect game to defeat top-ranked Kentucky, which beat the Tigers 86-37 just 16 days earlier. It wasn’t a 49-point blowout, but it wasn’t perfect either, as the undefeated Wildcats rolled to a 69-53 win Thursday against Missouri at Mizzou Arena.
The longest-tenured University of Missouri athletic director since the legendary Don Faurot will be stepping down, as Mike Alden has announced he will leave the post Aug. 31.
The first time the Missouri basketball team faced Kentucky under Kim Anderson, the Wildcats overwhelmed the Tigers, 86-37. So what does Missouri have to do to win the second time around?
Wes Clark had a solid statline against Arkansas on Saturday. He scored eight points, four of which came unanswered in a crucial second-half stretch. He had six assists and five rebounds, and his team can live with his two turnovers against a heavy-pressing Razorbacks defense.
After being tempted to don orange and blue, Craig Kuligowski will remain in black and gold.
Last May, Hale Hentges announced his intentions to play college football at Alabama.
Kim Anderson pulled his microphone close to him and cut off freshman Montaque Gill-Caesar, who was hesitant to answer the query about a Missouri teammate.
COLUMBIA — Both coaches are named Anderson. Both currently hold their dream jobs, at schools where they were formerly assistants. And both are in the process of trying to turn around those programs.
The worst kept secret during the past couple of days is a secret no longer.
Texas A&M overcame a seven-point halftime deficit to defeat Missouri 62-50 on Wednesday night.
Helias head football coach Phil Pitts announced this morning he will be stepping down from his position.
A late Tennessee surge led to a 59-51 defeat of the Tigers, who dropped their third straight Southeastern Conference game.
After hanging on against No. 19 Arkansas earlier in the week, Tennessee coach Donnie Tyndall said his team played the final five minutes "not to lose."
After suffering a 49-point loss to No. 1 Kentucky on Tuesday, the Missouri men’s basketball team made some adjustments. And then they made an attempt to move on.
Tiffany Mitchell scored 19 points, Alaina Coates added 15 and Aleighsa Welch grabbed 14 rebounds to lead top-ranked South Carolina past Missouri 60-49 on Thursday night.