MU Tigers

Georgia shuts out Missouri, Tigers host Gators next

Saturday was one of those picturesque college football days in the South. Bulldog and Tiger fans filled Georgia’s campus in Athens for pregame tailgating and revelry amongst the fall colors and old buildings.  Sanford Stadium had a hot crowd for a game under the lights in one of the SEC’s classic venues, “Between the Hedges.”

[ Read More ]

Missouri heads to Georgia for big game

After a bye week to hopefully get ahold of itself, Missouri heads South for a big game, taking on the SEC East-leading No. 6 Georgia Bulldogs (6 p.m. on ESPN) in Athens.  As horrendous as Missouri’s last two games were, this is the kind of game you get excited for. November is the most important

[ Read More ]

Missouri suffers tough loss on a rainy Kentucky night

Stephen Foster wrote that the sun shone bright on the old Kentucky home, but that was pretty much the opposite of Missouri’s experience in the Bluegrass State Saturday night.  Rain pelted down on the proceedings, wind whipped through Kroger Field, and Missouri suffered yet another embarrassing loss, this time 29-7 to Kentucky. Coupled with the

[ Read More ]

Tigers dealing with injuries as Homecoming arrives

Missouri rolled to another dominating win on Saturday, 42-10 over Troy at Faurot Field. But it came at cost, as star linebacker Cale Garrett was lost for the season with a torn pectoral muscle. Also, quarterback Kelly Bryant had an injury scare, but he sounds like he’ll be able to play next week, although it’s

[ Read More ]

After bye week, Missouri hosts Troy

A third of the way into Missouri’s regular season, the Tigers still seem to have the potential for a memorable season, even if that seemed in doubt after a surprising season-opening loss at Wyoming.  First, it hardly seems fair that the regular season is already a third of the way over, but that seems to

[ Read More ]

Missouri defense leads the way in win over South Carolina

The Mayor’s Cup rivalry trophy made a one-way trip last weekend.  On Saturday Missouri beat South Carolina 34-14, the Tigers’ first win over the Gamecocks since 2015. That meant the silver cup would be spending the year in the Columbia in Missouri for a change, after a long stay in Columbia, South Carolina. A dominant

[ Read More ]

Mizzou rolls against SEMO, opens SEC play with South Carolina

Missouri had a nearly flawless evening at Faurot Field last Saturday, racing to a 27-0 lead in less than 10 minutes and winning 50-0 against Southeast Missouri in Memorial Stadium’s 500th game.  The Tigers (2-1) were playing an overmatched opponent, with SEMO coming from the Football Championship Subdivison, a level below Mizzou. But that first

[ Read More ]

Missouri crushes West Virginia

On Saturday, Missouri did what it was supposed to do and then some, rolling to a 38-7 win over West Virginia in Columbia. The Tigers (1-1) were two-touchdown favorites against the Mountaineers (1-1), and they went right to work making this a non-competitive afternoon in the sun at Faurot Field.  Missouri led 10-0 after the

[ Read More ]