COLUMN: 2018: The Season of Change

Logan Franz, 23 Sports This offseason has been the season of change for the Chicago Bears. They’re getting used to a change at the quarterback position in Mitchell Trubisky. They experienced a changing of the guard at head coach, firing John Fox and hiring former Chiefs offensive coordinator Matt Nagy. It’s been a productive offseason […]

Michael Porter – A Rookie Perspective in the NBA

Keegan Hartman, 23 Sports Michael Porter Jr. joined the Missouri Tiger family back in March of 2017 after decommitting from the University of Washington due to the departure of former coach Lorenzo Romar, whom Porter had developed a strong relationship with in part because Porter’s father, Michael Porter Sr., was an assistant coach for Romar. […]

COLUMN: The King equals His Airness? The James vs. Jordan Debate

Walter Fields, 23 Sports Ever since LeBron earned his second title, there has been this constant question that surrounds James whenever his name is brought up in any discussion. Is he the G.O.A.T.? The question is brought up constantly when talking about The King and His Airness, LeBron James and Michael Jordan. For the longest time […]

Mizzou recruits quarterback of the future

Logan Franz, 23 Sports  Mizzou has recruited the quarterback that might well be Drew Lock’s successor. With Lock leaving for the NFL draft after this year, the Tigers will need a new quarterback to step in and take charge and they’ve found just the right guy for the job.  Connor Bazelak is a 3-star quarterback from Dayton, Ohio. Per Rivals, […]

Another NBA Podcast Week #17: Season Finale!

Another NBA Podcast Week #17: Season Finale!

This week on Another NBA Podcast we gave out our NBA title predictions and played Would You Rather! Tony Albertini, Ben Clanin, EJ Stephens, Mitchell Soell, Robert Soltero and Josiah Schueneman joined me for one of our best shows yet. Give it a listen!

All Aboard the Shohei Ohtani Hype Train

Ben Clanin, 23 Sports For the past few days I have been sitting around trying to figure out what I was going to write for the column this week and the one thing that has kept coming to my mind was the biggest headline grabber in the MLB since Trout and Harper got the call […]

Mizzou Softball Picks up First SEC Series Victory

Chance Sticklen, 23 Sports Heading into their sixth SEC series, the Mizzou softball team had yet to pick up a series win in their conference play. The nearly five-week drought came to end on Saturday though, as the Tigers defense only allowed No. 8 Auburn to tally five runs over the two-day series, picking up […]

Mizzou Track and Field Wins Four Events at John McDonnell Invitational

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports The Missouri track and field team competed in 13 events at the John McDonnell Invitational in Fayetteville, Arkansas on Friday and Saturday, seven on the track and six on the field. In four of those field events Missouri was able to bring home victory, and overall the Tigers had 11 top […]

Mizzou Tennis Drops Twelfth Straight SEC Match Against No. 31 Tennessee

Chance Sticklen 23 Sports With only two matches left to go in SEC play, the Mizzou tennis team is still in search for their first conference win. On Thursday, the Tigers traveled east to Knoxville to square off against No. 31 Tennessee. The Volunteers were too strong for the Tigers though, handing Mizzou a 4-0 […]

Another NBA Podcast Week 16: Season Awards, Childhood TV Shows, Memes and More!

Another NBA Podcast Week 16: Season Awards, Childhood TV Shows, Memes and More!

This week on Another NBA Podcast we predicted each playoff series, gave out season awards, talked about our favorite childhood TV shows, covered our favorite and least favorite memes and more! I was joined by Tony Albertini, Josiah Schueneman, Ben Clanin, Robert Soltero and Becca Pasteris, and we had a blast. Make sure to give […]

Rice’s Dominant Showing Lifts Missouri to Shutout Victory Over Omaha

Josiah Schueneman, 23 Sports Reporter Lauren Rice tossed a complete game shutout, allowing just one hit and one walk while striking out four batters as the Missouri Tigers rolled to a 6-0 victory over Omaha on Wednesday. The Mavericks could not muster any kind of offense in this ballgame as Rice was in the zone […]

Mizzou Baseball Scores Comeback Victory over Missouri State

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports Missouri Baseball has struggled against their main in state rival, Missouri State, in recent years. Going in to Tuesday’s match-up, they had lost six out of their last seven against the Bears, and they hadn’t won at Missouri State since 2013. By the fourth inning, with a 5-1 lead, it looked […]

Mizzou Men’s Golf Claims Third First-Place Finish of Regular Season

Chance Sticklen, 23 Sports It had been exactly twelve days since the Mizzou mens golf team had seen the links ahead of this years Tiger Invitational. Over a two day stretch on Monday and Tuesday, the squad captured their second consecutive title at the invite, posting a -25 under par score (839), 11 strokes clear […]

Mizzou Drops Series Against Alabama

Ben Clanin, 23 Sports The No. 18 Missouri Tigers baseball team dropped two games out of three against the Alabama Crimson Tide over the weekend in their last home series before they hit the road once again. The lost 2-1 in the first game, but came out strong the second game by a score 1-0 […]

Mizzou Tennis Nearly gets back on Track Against Alabama

Emerson Stephens, 23 Sports The Missouri Tiger tennis team took the courts Sunday against Alabama with hopes of snapping a 10 game losing streak. Despite a strong start, the team eventually fell to the Crimson Tide by a score of 4-2. The doubles event saw the Tigers come out on top as they won the […]