When Missouri and Florida met at “The Swamp” last year, the Tigers blew out the Gators in unusual fashion, gaining just 20 yards through the air and 119 total but still winning 42-13 thanks to six takeaways and four return touchdowns.
Missouri’s defense has been the Tigers’ stronger side of the ball this season, so it’s only natural that it would lend the offense a hand. Or, better yet, a pair of them.
Another year, another No. 56 racking up sacks for the Missouri Tigers.
Quarterback Drew Lock picked up a win in his first start Saturday against South Carolina, but Lock showing poise as a freshman is nothing new to senior center Evan Boehm.
Drew Lock hasn’t even been at Missouri long enough to get a Tigers backpack, but he’s about to get his second collegiate start.
Saturday’s game between Missouri and South Carolina was the first in Southeastern Conference history in which both teams started true freshmen at quarterback. Luckily for the Tigers, theirs didn’t show his age.
Missouri's 24-10 victory against South Carolina Saturday marked the first time in the history of the Southeastern Conference that two true freshman quarterbacks started in the same game.
The last time Missouri hosted the South Carolina football team, the Tigers started a freshman at quarterback. It was a surprise to no one as the freshman, Maty Mauk, was filling in for injured starter James Franklin.
The Missouri football team certainly wouldn’t mind if the black-and-gold uniform worn by Marcus Murphy this season was that of the Tigers and not the New Orleans Saints.
Missouri women's basketball coach Robin Pingeton has agreed to a new five-year contract through the 2019-2020 season that includes a base salary of $300,000.
The backup quarterback is every fan’s favorite player, and that has been especially true for this year’s Missouri football team.
While Maty Mauk’s suspension has gotten most of the attention as the Missouri football team prepares for its game Saturday against South Carolina, the starting quarterback is far from the only player the Tigers will be missing.
Missouri starting quarterback Maty Mauk and offensive lineman Malik Cuellar have been suspended for the Tigers’ game Saturday against South Carolina, the team announced Tuesday.
Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk and backup tackle Malik Cuellar have been suspended indefinitely by the school for violating team rules and will not participate in the Tigers' (3-1, 0-1 SEC) home game against South Carolina (2-2, 0-2) Saturday.
Missouri linebacker Joey Burkett began this season looking to get more experience. The sophomore, a graduate of Jefferson City High School, just might get his wish Saturday.