Stories by Brent
New Missouri offensive coordinator Josh Henson had an early knack for coming up with football schemes.
After not playing for more than a year, Monday’s game was the perfect opportunity for Jabari Brown to get his feet wet.
It’s not really known what Jabari Brown will bring to the table for the 12th-ranked Missouri basketball team.
College football bills itself as the sport where every game counts.
They were offensive numbers any coach would love to have.
After sitting out last season with a knee injury, Laurence Bower’s role has changed. Now, through at least the first nine games of the season, he’s asserted himself as Missouri’s top threat on offense.
The Missouri coaching staff has a motto when it comes to shooting. “Good shot, great shot.”
In what has become status quo in Mizzou Arena this season, the Missouri basketball team struggled in the first half of its game Saturday.
In the waning seconds of Jefferson City’s dual against Eureka, assistant wrestling coach David Ganey had to practically hold his team back after getting too close to the mat.
The Missouri basketball team is about to get an early Christmas present.
There will be no lack of talent when it comes to the girls’ portion of the 2012 Missouri National Guard Shootout.
High school basketball fans will be treated to an early Christmas present this year.
Missouri coach Frank Haith likes his players to talk and communicate on the floor. Talk on defense, help teammates through screens on offense and communicating at all times is part of the deal. That’s just not freshman guard Negus Webster-Chan’s style though. Or at least it wasn’t.
Jefferson City wrestling coach Phil Cagle said he wanted to see his team be more aggressive Tuesday than they were in the season opener last week against Lebanon.
COLUMBIA — The Missouri basketball team is in the midst of the “sandwich” portion of its schedule.
Michael Dixon is no longer a member of the Missouri basketball team, but he was a hot topic following Missouri’s 72-56 victory Saturday against Appalachian State.
For years, the Jefferson City High School track and field program was one of the most successful in Missouri. Now it will be honored with some of Missouri’s top sports figures.
Opponents of Blair Oaks know who they have to contain if they want to be successful.
Gary Pinkel was all but out as Missouri’s football coach after Saturday’s loss to Texas A&M. If you believe Internet message boards.
One thing is certain for the Jefferson City wrestling team: It has a lineup for tonight’s season-opening dual at Lebanon. After that, little is certain.
COLUMBIA — Heading into its first season in the Southeastern Conference, there were a lot of question marks surrounding Texas A&M.
Finding some things not to like
Some games are just difficult to get up for. Coming off the Thanksgiving holiday, that was the situation the Lincoln Blue Tigers found themselves in against Harris-Stowe on Friday.
The Syracuse duo of quarterback Ryan Nassib and wide receiver Alec Lemon did all but end Missouri’s bowl hopes with a come-from-behind win Saturday night.
Missouri’s 2012 season will go down as the year of injuries and oddly-timed rants about old-man football.
Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria made headlines, several million dollars and more than a few enemies last week when he blew up his team’s roster by trading away essentially everything but the team’s equipment manager.
UPDATE: Final: Maryville 42, California 7.
Missouri defensive coordinator Dave Steckel vividly remembers his final high school football game.
Missouri forward Alex Oriakhi said he wasn’t a great offensive player at Connecticut last year.
Sometimes Missouri coach Frank Haith has to give a subtle reminder to followers of the Missouri basketball program.
It’s clear Missouri players understand bowl eligibility likely hinges on Saturday night’s home finale against Syracuse.
A sluggish first half for Missouri turned into a rout by the first media timeout of the second half.
Missouri’s receiving corps has taken plenty of heat for the team’s struggles on offense this season.
Allen Craig is no stranger to change.
In the midst of an unbeaten season, it’s been tough to find many flaws in California’s game. But if there was something the Pintos knew they had to get better at, it was ball control.
There were a lot of positives for California to take from its 28-21 victory Monday against Centralia to win the Class 3 District 6 title.
There is no better cure for a struggling offense than a struggling defense. And vice versa.
Phil Pressey was voted the SEC preseason conference player of the year by the media last month and was named to the top 50 Wooden Watch list released Thursday.
When Missouri’s 2012 season is finished and dissected, it won’t be said the Tigers beat themselves. At least not with penalties.
Faced with adversity for one of the first times during its unbeaten season, California decided it was time to bust out a new move.
Missouri quarterback James Franklin has a reputation as being one of the most chipper players on the Missouri football team.
In Class 4 cross country competition
If there was one thing Jefferson City can take from Saturday’s Missouri State High School Activities Association Cross Country Championships, it’s motivation for next season.
Team takes third at state cross country
Fatima coach Marcus Bridges knew what he had in freshman Hunter Hennier.
Things are a little different now for Missouri forward Danny Feldmann. And that’s not a bad thing.
There’s no better time of year to be running your best.
The only points came in the third quarter. But the game was decided in the first half.
The good news for Missouri is starting quarterback James Franklin is back and healthy. The bad news is he steps right into the fire against one of the country’s best defenses.
It’s no secret the Southeastern Conference is a league built on defense.
Missouri kicker Andrew Baggett didn’t have a memorable start to his college kicking career. But he’s used to less than stellar first kicks.
With so many new faces on the Missouri basketball team, it may take awhile for everyone to find their roles. One of the new faces, Earnest Ross, decided to establish himself immediately.
A year ago, it was difficult for the Missouri basketball team to find enough players to fill out uniforms.