The Mizzou Tigers remain undefeated during this regular season as they roll to a 44 victory over the Wagner Seahawks 99-55. The Tigers led from the outset as they led by 16 in the first 10 minutes of the game and continued to build on that lead throughout. Led in the first half by Kassius Robertson and Jontay Porter they jumped out to a 54-21 point lead at the end of the first half as the second half followed suit of the first half with more hustle and effort from the Tigers.
Lauren Rosenberg Week 9 of the 2017 NFL season is in the books which means we are halfway through the season. There have been tons of injuries ending many star player’s seasons but the season has been bright for the healthy players. Here are my halfway season projections for the NFL honors awards. Defensive Rookie […]
At his weekly press conference, head coach Barry Odom praised his young freshman talent and showed faith in his team to get to bowl eligibility. After a dominant win over Tennessee, Missouri’s head coach Barry Odom looked relieved to be able to walk up to the podium after yet another victory for his Tigers. In his opening statement, Odom was quick to praise the performance of the run game and just as quick to recognize the missed opportunities in the passing game.
Rugby is a sport that flows like soccer and plays like football. It’s not a sport appreciated by the majority of American sports fans. Still, it’s found a niche following in clubs and universities across the nation. Mizzou’s club rugby squad has seen tremendous success in recent seasons. Just last year, the team made it to the final four in their collegiate division. In 2017, the team is off to a 3-1 start. On October 28, the team did battle in a tight game against Iowa State resulting in a 17-15 victory.
Women’s basketball hosted their first exhibition game of the year Monday night in Mizzou Arena against McKendree University. With men’s basketball generating so much excitement, the women look to solidify their top 20 preseason ranking. They currently sit at 16 in the AP poll. All-SEC guard Sophie Cunningham got off to a fast start, stuffing the stat sheet with 4 points, a steal, an assist, and 2 boards early. The rest of the Tigers started on fire behind the arc, going 4-7 from behind the arc in the first quarter. They also forced 6 turnovers, which were converted into 12 points. It all added up to a 31 to 7 Tigers lead after the first quarter.
On Oct. 11, one day after the U.S. men’s national soccer team lost to Trinidad and Tobago, former U.S. national team member and current Fox Sports analyst Alexi Lalas joined Colin Cowherd on the set of Cowherd’s podcast show “The Herd” to talk about the team’s failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. “I woke up this morning and I physically ached,” Lalas said. “It was a disappointment and a sadness and a shame. This team, they failed themselves, they failed the sport and they failed the country.”
The mood at the Missouri men’s basketball media day Tuesday could be defined as excitement.
“I’m ready to go,” junior guard Terrence Phillips said. “I want to get this thing started.”
Phillips is one of the veterans on this young team. He said that disagreements between the veterans and the newer players on the team haven’t been a problem. Two scrimmages against Kansas and Wisconsin have given the team plenty of opportunities to play with one another and see what works.
The 16th-ranked Missouri Tigers opened up its season with a 77-55 exhibition victory over Southwest Baptist University. The Tiger’s dominance on the boards, out-rebounding the Bearcats 46-28, perfectly illustrates how they handled this one with relative ease. Lauren Aldridge set the tone for the Tigers, with a 3-pointer for the first points of the game, in her long awaited debut in the black and gold, after sitting out last season due to NCAA transfer regulations.
Zach Zook Mid-Season NCAA All-American List College football season is already more than halfway over, allowing plenty of new players to forge a name for themselves in the college football world. As such, this is KCOU’s Mid-Season All-American team. The offense is lead by college football superstars Baker Mayfield and Saquon Barkley, two players that […]
Matthew Terry Drew Lock’s run of dominance against group of five and FCS schools continued today, as he shined with 377 yards and five touchdowns in a crushing 52-12 win over the Connecticut Huskies. The game started out with a struggle for the Tigers, as their first drive ended on a safety after a snap […]
On Friday October 20th, 2017, the Missouri Tigers took on the Georgia Bulldogs at Hearnes Arena in hopes of snapping their one game losing streak and improving their record to 13-8. The Georgia Bulldogs came into this game in hopes of improving their winning streak to two games and improving their record to 14-8.
As the check was toted onto the floor and projected on the Sprint Center jumbotron, two legions watching from opposite sides of the looming screen, one blue-clad, the other in gold and black, took a rare moment to cease their battle of jeers. Instead, some with mouths as agape as the zeros they were counting at the end of the check’s astronomical sum, every fan stood and applauded. It was a strangely beautiful moment of unity in the midst of an event that reverberated with echoes of past hatred between two nemeses. Missouri and Kansas, patrons of the bygone Border War rivalry, came together Sunday for a college basketball scrimmage like no other. The “Showdown for Relief,” as it was dubbed, raised over $1.75 million in charity for hurricane relief efforts.
We’re over halfway through the college football season, and while the College Football Playoff picture is still a ways off from being formed, there are plenty teams out there that stink bad enough for their coaches to have jobs on the chopping block. Determining who’s going to be fired or not isn’t an exact science, but we’ll try our best by analyzing how nervous each of these coaches should be for their job security.
About an hour after the U.S. men’s national team lost to Trinidad and Tobago, ensuring that they will miss out on next summer’s World Cup in Russia, head coach Bruce Arena faced the press.
When time came for the Vegas Golden Knights to lace up their skates for the first time this season, there were plenty of skepticism around the league as to how they would perform. Now, off the heels of their first ever home game, the Knights are a perfect 3-0-0, the only expansion team in league history to have this start.
The Colorado Avalanche finished last season with a tanking record of 22-56-4, good enough for 48 points, last place in the league. The Avalanche are a team that has struggled for quite some time. Their only cup came in 1996 where they swept the Florida Panthers.
Oct. 10, 2017. Remember that date; it will go down as the worst day in the history of U.S. soccer.
It was the day when the men’s national team lost 2-1 to Trinidad and Tobago, failing to qualify for the World Cup for the first time in 32 years.
The Missouri Tigers defeated the Mississippi Bulldogs in straight sets Friday night to bring their record to 12-7 on the season and 5-1 in conference play. Mizzou was in full control throughout the entire match and showed what they are capable of when they are firing on all cylinders.
Missouri Tigers football look onto another week after a disappointing loss to Kentucky last weekend.
“All losses are difficult and hard, but I think this one might have hurt our team just a little bit more than previous ones,” head coach Barry Odom said in response to last Saturday’s game.
As the 2017 MLB season comes to a close, all eyes are on the playoffs. The matchups are set and the excitement of who is going to advance in each round in prominent. The team that I am going to focus on is the Houston Astros. The Astros’ history in the playoffs is not a pretty story like the New York Yankees or Boston Red Sox but in order to understand the present, you have to dive into the past.