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Missouri has a chance to show some progress Saturday night

by Benjamin Herrold

Missouri showed signs of improvement Saturday at No. 10 Texas A&M, but in the end the Tigers lost 66-53, their fourth straight loss and their 20th straight road game loss, a streak that dates back two seasons.

But first let’s talk about those hints of life. Playing on the road, against a top-10 team that sits atop the Southeastern Conference standings, Missouri (8-11, 1-5 in SEC play

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MU names football head coach

by Benjamin Herrold

Last week Missouri named defensive coordinator Barry Odom to replace Gary Pinkel as its head football coach.

Georgia hired alum Kirby Smart and South Carolina hired Will Muschamp, so all three SEC East head coach openings were filled with defensive coordinators.

As with most new things, there is a mix of excitement and concern about the new, unknown era lying ahead. It’s still a little hard to

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MU hosts No. 24 Mississippi State in Thursday night game

On the surface it may not make a lot of sense, but Missouri’s Thursday night home game with No. 24 Mississippi State (8 p.m. on ESPN) has something of a big-game feel to it.

Sure, after back-to-back SEC East Division titles and two seasons worth of big games, the Tigers have stumbled to 4-4 and 1-4 in SEC play, sitting at sixth in the division. And yes, the offense is

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Tigers win in 4 OTs, one win from bowl eligibility

by Benjamin Herrold

Missouri’s 51-48 win over Tennessee in four exhilarating overtimes on Saturday felt like a season-saver. The Tigers headed into the game in Knoxville at 4-5 with the road to a bowl bid in peril.

The Tigers were also a game under .500 last year when they came from behind to win as an underdog on the road, at Texas A&M. This year, Missouri (5-5, 2-5 in SEC

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After loss in the Swamp, Tigers head to Rocky Top

by Benjamin Herrold

For big-time college football, it’s about wins and losses, and Missouri has been losing more than winning lately. That being said, Tiger fans probably were more impressed with the team’s effort in last Saturday’s 14-7 loss at then-No. 8 Florida than in the team’s win over bumbling Kentucky the week before.

Missouri (4-5, 1-5 in SEC play) led 7-0 at the half and battled to the end

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