The Missouri Tigers climbed one spot this week in the Associated Press women’s basketball poll.
Kim Anderson would rather talk basketball, if you don’t mind.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The Arkansas Razorbacks used a huge advantage at the free-throw line to upset the 24th-ranked Missouri women 64-52 on Sunday at Bud Walton Arena.
That No. 18 South Carolina's 81-72 win over Missouri was ugly hardly bothered Gamecocks coach Frank Martin.
Barry Odom hired Joe Jon Finley to be Missouri’s tight end coach next year, Odom’s first as head coach. The school announced the hiring Friday.
After a week in which the Tigers suffered a historically bad home loss and announced self-imposed sanctions on NCAA violations, word broke Friday that C.B.C. graduate Jordan Barnett will be transferring to Missouri from Texas.
The Missouri men’s basketball team has had better weeks.
Sophie Cunningham scored 18 of her 22 points in the final 15 minutes and No. 24 Missouri held off No. 7 Mississippi State 66-54 on Thursday night.
Ryan Rosburg has seen a lot in his time on the Missouri men’s basketball team: an unexpected coaching change, numerous transfers, a steep decline in the program’s quality of play and attendance — and now, self-imposed sanctions.
Tuesday night, the Missouri men’s basketball team suffered its worst home loss in nearly 50 years. Wednesday, things got worse.
One of the pieces of advice Phil Pitts received when he left Helias to become a coach at the University of Missouri was not to change the lifestyle of his family for the first year. College coaching can be a volatile profession. It was sage advice.
Admitting it found NCAA violations in its men's basketball program dating to 2011, Missouri on Wednesday banned itself from the postseason this year and said it is vacating all 23 wins from the 2013-14 season.
COLUMBIA — No one would have been surprised if Mike Anderson’s name was the one on everyone’s tongues after Missouri and Arkansas played Tuesday at Mizzou Arena. Or Jimmy Whitt. Not many were betting on Wilt Chamberlain.
When the Arkansas Razorbacks take the Mizzou Arena court today against the Missouri men’s basketball team (8 p.m., SEC Network), it will be without the team’s two biggest contributors from last year’s NCAA Tournament team: Bobby Portis and Michael Qualls. Not that the matchup will be lacking in familiar faces.
Missouri’s offensive line will see plenty of turnover next season, as five of its key contributors will be lost to graduation. Plus, for the second time in three seasons, there will be a new offensive line coach. Glen Elarbee will be Barry Odom’s first offensive line coach at Missouri, the athletics department announced Monday. Elarbee had spent the past two seasons as Arkansas State’s offensive line coach and co-offensive coordinator.