More Videos

Cuonzo Martin: Fan energy, excitement is great 0:45

Cuonzo Martin: Fan energy, excitement is great

Gary Pinkel’s house has a lot of football stories 4:06

Gary Pinkel’s house has a lot of football stories

MU Coach Robin Pingeton talks about Jordan Frericks, high expectations 1:54

MU Coach Robin Pingeton talks about Jordan Frericks, high expectations

Kevin Puryear on Border War: 'Hopefully it'll be a great environment' 4:53

Kevin Puryear on Border War: 'Hopefully it'll be a great environment'

Jordan Barnett talks Border War and NBA pro day 5:35

Jordan Barnett talks Border War and NBA pro day

Kansas' government workforce reduction could have big impact for years to come 0:43

Kansas' government workforce reduction could have big impact for years to come

Local groups step in when national dollars for marketplace insurance ads cut.
0:31

Local groups step in when national dollars for marketplace insurance ads cut.

Corrections boss talks about Kansas staffing issues 2:13

Corrections boss talks about Kansas staffing issues

Look at the overwhelmingly positive responses to #metoo, a hashtag for survivors of sexual abuse 1:15

Look at the overwhelmingly positive responses to #metoo, a hashtag for survivors of sexual abuse

Aerial footage: Devastation from the California wildfires in one Santa Rosa neighborhood 1:30

Aerial footage: Devastation from the California wildfires in one Santa Rosa neighborhood

  • Mizzou assistant coach Brad Loos addresses the Rally for Rhyan crowd

    Missouri assistant coach Brad Loos addressed the crowd at halftime of Saturday's game against Tennessee at Missouri Arena. The game, which was dubbed the Rally for Rhyan Game in honor of Loos' 5-year-old daughter who has cancer, doubled as a benefit for pediatric cancer research.

Missouri assistant coach Brad Loos addressed the crowd at halftime of Saturday's game against Tennessee at Missouri Arena. The game, which was dubbed the Rally for Rhyan Game in honor of Loos' 5-year-old daughter who has cancer, doubled as a benefit for pediatric cancer research. Tod Palmer tpalmer@kcstar.com
Missouri assistant coach Brad Loos addressed the crowd at halftime of Saturday's game against Tennessee at Missouri Arena. The game, which was dubbed the Rally for Rhyan Game in honor of Loos' 5-year-old daughter who has cancer, doubled as a benefit for pediatric cancer research. Tod Palmer tpalmer@kcstar.com

Austin Peay’s NCAA berth a refreshing win for embattled Loos family

March 08, 2016 3:02 PM

More Videos

Cuonzo Martin: Fan energy, excitement is great 0:45

Cuonzo Martin: Fan energy, excitement is great

Gary Pinkel’s house has a lot of football stories 4:06

Gary Pinkel’s house has a lot of football stories

MU Coach Robin Pingeton talks about Jordan Frericks, high expectations 1:54

MU Coach Robin Pingeton talks about Jordan Frericks, high expectations

Kevin Puryear on Border War: 'Hopefully it'll be a great environment' 4:53

Kevin Puryear on Border War: 'Hopefully it'll be a great environment'

Jordan Barnett talks Border War and NBA pro day 5:35

Jordan Barnett talks Border War and NBA pro day

Kansas' government workforce reduction could have big impact for years to come 0:43

Kansas' government workforce reduction could have big impact for years to come

Local groups step in when national dollars for marketplace insurance ads cut.
0:31

Local groups step in when national dollars for marketplace insurance ads cut.

Corrections boss talks about Kansas staffing issues 2:13

Corrections boss talks about Kansas staffing issues

Look at the overwhelmingly positive responses to #metoo, a hashtag for survivors of sexual abuse 1:15

Look at the overwhelmingly positive responses to #metoo, a hashtag for survivors of sexual abuse

Aerial footage: Devastation from the California wildfires in one Santa Rosa neighborhood 1:30

Aerial footage: Devastation from the California wildfires in one Santa Rosa neighborhood

  • Cuonzo Martin: Fan energy, excitement is great

    New Mizzou basketball coach Cuonzo Martin speaks at the SEC Tipoff in Nashville, Tenn., about increased fan interest in the Tigers' program after a transformative offseason.