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MU Grinds out 11th Straight Road Win

by Benjamin Herrold

It wasn’t always pretty, but Missouri churned out a 27-20 win at Arkansas State on Saturday night.

Aided by two first-half Tiger interceptions, Arkansas State (0-2) took a 17-10 lead into halftime. But Missouri (2-0) battled back to earn its 11th straight road win.

As has often been the case over the last two years, the Tiger defense played a starring role, holding Arkansas State to 217

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Missouri Opens Season with Win

Heads to Arkansas State next

by Benjamin Herrold

Missouri kicked off its season last Saturday with a 34-3 win over Southeast Missouri State University at Faurot Field. On a hot early September afternoon in Columbia, beginning the 90th season for the Tigers at Faurot, No. 24 Missouri jumped ahead early with two first quarter touchdowns from Maty Mauk to J’Mon Moore and Nate Brown.

But after that, the game slumped

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Missouri’s Season Comes to an End

by Benjamin Herrold

Missouri’s basketball season mercifully came to an end last Wednesday night in Nashville with a 63-54 loss to South Carolina in the SEC Tournament.

Missouri (9-23, 3-15 in SEC play) set the school record for losses in a season, with 23. The team showed progress in late December and early January, losing close games with Illinois and Oklahoma State and then beating LSU in overtime. But then

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Struggles Continue for Missouri Basketball

Missouri’s struggle of a season slogged on with two more losses last week, an ugly 62-49 loss at Alabama and a 83-61 home loss to Texas A&M (16-6, 7-3 in SEC).

The only shocking thing about the A&M loss is that it was thoroughly not shocking for Missouri (7-16, 1-9 in SEC play through Sunday) to get hammered in Mizzou Arena. Missouri had lost six home games in six

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Missouri Struggling to End Losing Streak

Missouri added to its growing collection of narrow defeats on Saturday, losing 61-60 at home to Arkansas.

It was a fifth straight loss for Missouri (7-12, 1-5 in SEC play through Sunday). If Tiger fans haven’t been numbed by the losing in this rebuilding season, it was perhaps the most stinging defeat yet. Missouri’s Wes Clark, a good free throw shooter who had made a lot of plays on the

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Missouri Faces Minnesota on New Year’s Day

by Benjamin Herrold

New Year’s Day has historically occupied a special place for college football. With much of the country firmly in the icy grip of winter, the nation turned its attention to warm locales like Pasadena, Miami and New Orleans for the Rose Bowl, Orange Bowl and Sugar Bowl.

The Bowl Championship Series gave fans a clear national championship game, but it was played days into January and

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Missouri Needs One More Win for SEC East Title

by Benjamin Herrold

In the fourth quarter of Missouri’s game at Tennessee last Saturday, the Tigers were clinging to a 16-13 lead and facing a third-and-eight at their own 28-yard line. The crowd of nearly 96,000 had been hot all night, cheering and singing “Rocky Top” with vigor.

The crowd was thunderous, willing the Volunteer defense to make the stop, the sound echoing out of the massive, 93-year-old stadium,

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Missouri Beats Kentucky, Moves into First in SEC East

by Benjamin Herrold 

On the surface, Missouri’s 20-10 win at home over Kentucky last Saturday was not the most pleasant viewing experience, unless you like an obscene number of punts and uncomfortably cold temperatures. Missouri’s Christian Brinser and Kentucky’s Landon Foster combined for 15 punts, and sustaining drives was a tall task for both offenses.

But digging deeper, it was a beautiful day for for Missouri (7-2,

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Tigers Hold Off Vandy, Host Kentucky Next

by Benjamin Herrold 

It wasn’t until late in the game on Saturday, as a warm October day yielded to the soft glow of twilight, that Missouri (6-2, 3-1 in SEC play) finally put away its game with Vanderbilt. Bud Sasser reeled in a 25-yard touchdown pass from Maty Mauk with 2:05 to go, the final score in a 24-14 Tiger win on Homecoming.

Vanderbilt (2-6, 0-5 in SEC) is not

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