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Kassius Robertson says Missouri defense can be better

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Mizzou QB Drew Lock pleased with spring game performance 4:04

Mizzou QB Drew Lock pleased with spring game performance

This is the dunk that put Michael Porter Jr. on the map 0:17

This is the dunk that put Michael Porter Jr. on the map

Emanuel Hall: Georgia changed coverage after two big Mizzou touchdowns 0:43

Emanuel Hall: Georgia changed coverage after two big Mizzou touchdowns

Veteran Mizzou players offer first impressions of Michael Porter Jr. 1:10

Veteran Mizzou players offer first impressions of Michael Porter Jr.

Missouri Sports Hall of Fame: Former MU coach Gary Pinkel enjoys being free of the grind 6:25

Missouri Sports Hall of Fame: Former MU coach Gary Pinkel enjoys being free of the grind

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Despite loss to Georgia, Barry Odom believes Mizzou is making progress

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National adoption day-ecstatic mother overjoyed by her son's adoption

  • MU’s Cuonzo Martin explains injury to Michael Porter Jr., analyzes season-opening win

    University of Missouri freshman forward Michael Porter Jr. left the Tigers' season opener less than two minutes into the first half. Missouri defeated Iowa State 74-59 on Friday, Nov. 10, 2017.

Sam Mellinger

Michael Porter Jr. hardly plays, but a good night for Mizzou* (*as long as MPJ plays soon, often)

The presumed top pick in next year’s NBA Draft played just 2 minutes, so it wasn’t the season debut we expected, but in many ways it was even more encouraging for Mizzou.

Vahe Gregorian

Ozarks native and Mizzou grad Justin Britt takes a stand for racial equality

Lebanon High and Mizzou product Justin Britt of the Seattle Seahawks made a momentous statement last week when he stood with his hand on the shoulder of teammate Michael Bennett as Bennett sat during the national anthem in protest of racial oppression in the wake of Charlottesville. Britt’s gesture, which has earned him praise and scorn at home and nationally, is in the tradition of white athletes such as Joe Gordon and Peter Norman, who lent their support and encouragement to African-American athletes or causes at pivotal moments.

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Border War back on: KU-Mizzou to play charity exhibition Oct. 22 at Sprint Center

The Kansas Jayhawks will play the Missouri Tigers in an exhibition men’s basketball game at 3 p.m. on Sunday, October 22 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City. Proceeds from the game will go to hurricane relief efforts. Mizzou and KU haven’t played the Border War in basketball since the Tigers departed the Big 12 Conference for the Southeastern Conference in 2012. Tickets will be split among both schools and sold by each athletic department. There will be no TV but the KU and MU radio networks will carry the game.

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