Missouri Tigers News
10-1-14: A year after losing a heartbreaker at home on a missed field goal in overtime, Missouri traveled to South Carolina to avenge last season's loss to Gamecocks. The Tigers' 21-20 comeback win at Williams-Brice Stadium now has the Tigers in first place in the SEC East. The Tigers scored twice in the final eight minutes and it’s starting to look like a repeat of last season for Tigers’ fans. Missouri has a bye this week.
9-5-14: The Missouri Tigers opened their season last Saturday versus South Dakota State and things didn’t go so smoothly at the start of the game for the Tigers. However, Missouri after a slow start, separated themselves from South Dakota midway through the third quarter with a 100 yard kickoff return by Marcus Murphy. Overall, the Tigers ran the ball for 215 yards, as Russell Hansbrough led with 126 yards rushing and a touchdown. Missouri QB Maty Mauk added 178 yards through the air with three touchdown passes. Missouri will now go on the road to play Toledo this Saturday September 6.