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Mizzou Makes Move For New Football Coach

Shane Palma-23Sports

This Sunday, the University of Missouri hired Eli Drinkwitz as their new head coach of the football program. The move comes nine days after Mizzou fired former coach Barry Odom, who is now rumored to be in the … Read the rest

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A Step Back in the Right Direction for the Tigers

DuVonte’ Beard-23Sports

Thursday night, Mizzou Women’s Basketball faced the Billikens of Saint Louis University. Despite the overall record difference between both teams, the Missouri Tigers showed that a record meant nothing entering competition that day. The Tigers (3-6, 0-0 SEC) … Read the rest

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Tigers Host Holiday Opener

Reiss Wegman-23 Sports

The Mizzou Men and Women’s Track Teams opened their indoor season by hosting the Missouri Holiday Opener. The first meet of the season is an exciting time for a team to see what the team has in … Read the rest

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Mizzou Volleyball Begins Their NCAA Tournament Against UNI

Matthew Hill-23Sports

The Mizzou Women’s Volleyball team began their NCAA tournament postseason play this past Friday night against the University of Northern Iowa Panthers in Lincoln, NE. The Tigers came into this game riding a three-game winning streak, holding a … Read the rest

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Mizzou Men’s Basketball Upset at Home

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The Tigers were sorefully upset in their eighth contest of the season. Charleston Southern shocked the crowd as they left Columbia winners, posting a 68-60 score. This is the third straight loss for the Tigers, bringing their record … Read the rest

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Mizzou Fires Barry Odom After Fourth Season as Head Coach

Kayler Smith-23Sports

Less than 24 hours after the conclusion of Mizzou’s 2019 football season, athletic director Jim Sterk fired Barry Odom after his fourth season as the head coach at his alma mater. This news came just four days after … Read the rest

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Mizzou Takes The Battle Line Rivalry Trophy For The Fourth Consecutive Year

Kayler Smith-23Sports

Coming off of their fifth straight loss, Mizzou headed to Little Rock to take on conference rival Arkansas in the sixth Battle Line Rivalry game. Mizzou went into the game hoping to earn their first road win of … Read the rest

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Mizzou men’s and women’s swim and dive teams take first at home invitational

J.J. Angelo-23Sports

Friday, at the Mizzou Aquatic Center, the Missouri Tigers swim and dive team hosted the 2019 Mizzou Invite. It was a clean sweep for both Tiger swim and dive teams as the men and women won first place.… Read the rest

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Mizzou Volleyball Swept By #14 Kentucky

Kayler Smith-23Sports

Mizzou volleyball started off their three-game road trip in Lexington Wednesday night against the #14 Kentucky Wildcats. Kentucky is the toughest SEC competition currently in the top spot with a 14-2 conference record. This shaped up to be … Read the rest

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The Cougars Claw Out A Victory Over the Tigers

DuVonte’ Beard-23Sports

Mizzou Women’s Basketball headed to Vermillion, SD in the face of defeat. On Thursday night, the Tigers fell to South Dakota, 72-64.

Multiple lead changes in the first half kept the game balanced to begin. The Tigers were … Read the rest

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