The Bears have fallen, and they can’t get up.The trip to Los Angeles on Sunday night offered up a Ra…
LOS ANGELES — Breaking down the Bears' 17-7 defeat to the Los Angeles Rams on "Sunday Night Football."
The Missouri defense has kept the Tigers somewhat competitive recently even as the offense struggles. Jordan Elliott and Kobie Whiteside showed Saturday they're at the center of that defensive success.
LOS ANGELES — David Montgomery is active for the Bears against the Los Angeles Rams Sunday night after popping up on his first NFL injury report this week with an ankle injury he sustained Wednesday in practice.
Going in with an 18-6 season record, Missouri played South Carolina on Sunday at Hearnes Arena. There were 1460 fans in attendance for the game, including students, alumni, family members and out-of-towners. Each set was close with the scores being 25-21, 27-25, and 25-21, but ultimately, Mi…
Led by Kylie Deberg and Leketor Member-Meneh, Missouri extended its winning streak to four in its straight-set victory over South Carolina on Sunday.
LSU and Ole Miss combined to rack up 1,328 yards of total offense as the No. 1 ranked Tigers beat the Rebels, 58-37.
The Louisiana Tech Bulldogs couldn’t overcome a series of miscues, losing 31-10 on the road to the Marshall Thundering Herd.
Colin Kaepernick's NFL workout was moved from the Atlanta Falcons' training facility to a high school field south of Atlanta. CNN's Andy Scholes has the details.
SIOUX CENTER, Iowa — Camdon Griffiths booted a 24-yard field goal with 40 seconds left to break a tie and give Midland a 31-28 in over Dordt in a Great Plais Athletic Conference football regular season finale for each team Saturday at Open Space Park.
Missouri also played without Johnathon Johnson again Saturday as he continues to miss time because of a shoulder injury.
The Tigers are riding high after three-straight victories, but a tough South Carolina team comes to Columbia on Sunday. The match will decide if Missouri sits on third or sixth place in the SEC come Monday.
In the short term, the question facing Odom and the Tigers is this: What now? But the future includes its own looming question.
OMAHA — Devyn Kemble scored 16 points and Sammy Blue 14 to lead the No. 11 ranked Raiders to a 83-70 win over the College of St. Mary Flames in a Great Plains Athletic Conference women's basketball game played in Omaha Saturday.
SEWARD, Neb. — Freshman Nick Hoyt hit a 3-point shot at the final buzzer to rescue the Chargers to a 70-69 win in a men's college basketball game played in Seward, Neb. Saturday.
Missouri's return home to Faurot Field for the first time in five weeks didn’t provide enough comfort Saturday as the No. 11 Gators held the Tigers out of the end zone in a 23-6 victory. Mizzou (5-5, 2-4 SEC) plays Tennessee at home next week and closes against Arkansas on Nov. 29.
LINCOLN — Nebraska always brings out the best in Jonathan Taylor.
After facing a ranked opponent for the second straight week, the Tigers’ offensive woes continued as they were routed 23-6 by the University of Florida on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. The offense struggled to convert on third downs, converting 5 of 17 attempts on the day. The Florida defense forced Kelly Bryant to make tough throws throughout the game, containing the ground game and holding the Tigers to less than two yards per carry. Bryant threw one interception on the day.
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Woe is Missouri ... again. Saturday's 23-6 loss to the Gators is the Tigers' fourth straight, and this one came at home of all places.
The Tigers haven't scored a touchdown since the third quarter against Kentucky.
Missouri continues to win when it matters most. The Tigers are heating up with seven wins in their last nine matches.
As disquieting and sickening as the video of Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett assaulting Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph with Rudolph’s own helmet is, it’s hard to take your eyes off if for no other reason than you have almo…
SIOUX CITY — Only one team can win the Great Plains Athletic Conference regular-season football championship on Saturday.
Kyle Gibson, Tyron Woodley, Molly Kreklow and more of the greatest athletes in Missouri history gathered on Friday to be enshrined into the school's Hall of Fame.
The Bears are calling David Montgomery a game-time decision Sunday night against the Los Angeles Rams after their top draft pick and leading rusher was limited in Friday's practice with the ankle injury that he first suffered Wednesday.
CLEVELAND (AP) — Myles Garrett is done playing for the Cleveland Browns this season. The NFL isn’t saying when the star defensive end will play again.
HOMESTEAD, Fla. (AP) — Tony Stewart was convalescing from a nasty wreck, and he was depressed because, as he cracked, "if you live with your mom and stepdad for a month, you'll be depressed," when he took a phone call he was sure was a prank.
With his second-place finish at Friday's Midwest Regional, Thomas George became Missouri's first national qualifier since Karissa Schweizer in 2017.
PFW's Week 11 Handicappers Corner, with odds provided by BetIndiananews:COWBOYS (-4) at LIONSHub Ark…
PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) — There aren’t many ranked teams who bring a backup quarterback into a meeting with the media to preview their next opponent late in the season.
Minnesota Timberwolves center Gorgui Dieng was given a philanthropy award by the NBA for his charity to his home country of Senegal. It's the latest example of athletes giving to charity.
Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett ripped the helmet off Pittsburgh Steelers' quarterback Mason Rudolph and clocked him in the head with it, sparking a brawl that descended into chaos as players from both sides spilled onto the field. CNN's Coy Wire reports.
Kobie Whiteside needed more than muscle to overcome his struggles. Now the faith he found is renewing the strength of others.
Missouri's center loves to be the center of attention, but the outspoken leader's identity traces back to his Puerto Rican roots.
Five topics from columnist Ben Frederickson that area college basketball fans should be discussing
Rounding up the hot topics from Mizzou beat writer Dave Matter's weekly chat.
BY DAVE MATTER • Post-Dispatch College Football Writer
As Louisiana Tech tries to win a school-best ninth game in a row, they'll have to do so without quarterback J'mar Smith.
HASTINGS, Neb. — The Briar Cliff men's soccer team tried to hang with Hastings for as long as it could, but the 15th-ranked Broncos pulled away late with a 2-0 win on Wednesday in the GPAC men's soccer tournament championship match.
SIOUX CENTER, Iowa — Dakota Wesleyan won a 79-78 decision at Dordt on Wednesday night on a buzzer beater to open the GPAC basketball season.
Missouri (16-6) begins its final push towards the NCAA Tournament with a matchup against Alabama (12-11) on Friday night.
The Tigers converted on one in about every four chances on third down over its road losing streak.
Missouri and Joshua Taylor have agreed to a five-year contract extension, officially removing the interim tag from the first-year coach's title.
Brian Smith's team lost two-straight dual meets for the first time since 2011.
Top pick David Montgomery was held out of Thursday's practice with an ankle injury and is in jeopardy of missing his first NFL game when the Bears visit the Los Angeles Rams Sunday night.
Even though Halloween is in the rear-view mirror, it is never a bad time to talk about curses. Many…
Perhaps there's some debate whether it was the Bears defense last December that broke the once-electrifying Los Angeles Rams offense.
Hub Arkush and Arthur Arkush discuss the win against the Lions, and if the Bears can make it two in a row on Sunday night against Los Angeles.