More Videos

Students hold candlelight vigil for 17-year-old John Albers 0:41

Students hold candlelight vigil for 17-year-old John Albers

Person reportedly threatening to harm self killed by Overland Park police officer 1:07

Person reportedly threatening to harm self killed by Overland Park police officer

Watch: Curious penguin pops into a boat for a brief visit with researchers 0:19

Watch: Curious penguin pops into a boat for a brief visit with researchers

Touching tribute from Guatemala caps remembrance of Mike McGraw 7:56

Touching tribute from Guatemala caps remembrance of Mike McGraw

Walk through the cemetery in the Dominican Republic where Yordano Ventura was buried 0:45

Walk through the cemetery in the Dominican Republic where Yordano Ventura was buried

KU coach Bill Self speaks about Billy Preston leaving the Jayhawks 3:19

KU coach Bill Self speaks about Billy Preston leaving the Jayhawks

KU coach Bill Self on the Jayhawks' win over Baylor 2:20

KU coach Bill Self on the Jayhawks' win over Baylor

Chiefs fan downs two beers, elbow drops into a fire and walks away unscathed 0:36

Chiefs fan downs two beers, elbow drops into a fire and walks away unscathed

Retracing the fatal route driven by Yordano Ventura before his Jeep crash 5:21

Retracing the fatal route driven by Yordano Ventura before his Jeep crash

Royals prospects and Dominican baseball players remember Yordano Ventura 1:28

Royals prospects and Dominican baseball players remember Yordano Ventura

  • Robin Pingeton on Mizzou's all-conference honors

    Missouri coach Robin Pingeton was chosen SEC women's basketball coach of the year Tuesday, while sophomore guard Sophie Cunningham was a first-team All-SEC selection and freshman guard Amber Smith was chosen as the conference co-freshman of the year.

Missouri coach Robin Pingeton was chosen SEC women's basketball coach of the year Tuesday, while sophomore guard Sophie Cunningham was a first-team All-SEC selection and freshman guard Amber Smith was chosen as the conference co-freshman of the year. Tod Palmer The Kansas City Star
Missouri coach Robin Pingeton was chosen SEC women's basketball coach of the year Tuesday, while sophomore guard Sophie Cunningham was a first-team All-SEC selection and freshman guard Amber Smith was chosen as the conference co-freshman of the year. Tod Palmer The Kansas City Star

Mizzou’s Robin Pingeton wins SEC Coach of Year, two players honored

February 28, 2017 10:53 AM

More Videos

Students hold candlelight vigil for 17-year-old John Albers 0:41

Students hold candlelight vigil for 17-year-old John Albers

Person reportedly threatening to harm self killed by Overland Park police officer 1:07

Person reportedly threatening to harm self killed by Overland Park police officer

Watch: Curious penguin pops into a boat for a brief visit with researchers 0:19

Watch: Curious penguin pops into a boat for a brief visit with researchers

Touching tribute from Guatemala caps remembrance of Mike McGraw 7:56

Touching tribute from Guatemala caps remembrance of Mike McGraw

Walk through the cemetery in the Dominican Republic where Yordano Ventura was buried 0:45

Walk through the cemetery in the Dominican Republic where Yordano Ventura was buried

KU coach Bill Self speaks about Billy Preston leaving the Jayhawks 3:19

KU coach Bill Self speaks about Billy Preston leaving the Jayhawks

KU coach Bill Self on the Jayhawks' win over Baylor 2:20

KU coach Bill Self on the Jayhawks' win over Baylor

Chiefs fan downs two beers, elbow drops into a fire and walks away unscathed 0:36

Chiefs fan downs two beers, elbow drops into a fire and walks away unscathed

Retracing the fatal route driven by Yordano Ventura before his Jeep crash 5:21

Retracing the fatal route driven by Yordano Ventura before his Jeep crash

Royals prospects and Dominican baseball players remember Yordano Ventura 1:28

Royals prospects and Dominican baseball players remember Yordano Ventura

  • Jordan Barnett: Texas A&M post players a tough matchup for Mizzou

    Missouri has tough time inside in 60-49 loss at Texas A&M on Jan. 20, 2018.