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The Cougars are back in action Thursday at Park University.
With their win on Friday night, the Tigers have produced consecutive sweeps over South Carolina, Arkansas and Ole Miss. Their record now stands at 15-4 (5-2 SEC) with 11 regular-season matches remaining.
The Tigers had two golfers post 3-under-par rounds Friday.
It's difficult to make sense of some of the conference's teams, but that's OK. Here's why.
In other news, Missouri wrestling was ranked sixth in the country, Evan Boehm signed with the Colts and a bevy of MU women's athletes received SEC honors.
The Tigers are 0-14 in their history against AP No. 1 opponents. A dive into those games reveals patterns that might hint at the Tigers' chances of giving Alabama a scare on Saturday.
With the win, the Tigers improved to 14-4 on the season.
Missouri gave up two goals in the first 22 minutes of Sunday afternoon's contest.
Emanuel Hall and Nate Brown, who are recovering from groin injuries, did not make the trip to Columbia, S.C.
The Tigers beat the Gamecocks 3-0 (25-22, 25-11, 30-28) in Missouri's first-ever match at Mizzou Arena. The win snapped a two-match losing streak.
Both the men's and women's teams won by a sizable margin over second-place Missouri State in the Show-Me Showdown.
From the founding of a conference to comedians, from completion percentages to NFL owners, the quiz presents yet another tough challenge.
Since the writers recorded the episode, reports have surfaced that Michael Scarnecchia is expected to start at quarterback for the Gamecocks as Jake Bentley deals with a knee injury.
The Tigers' secondary will have its hands full with South Carolina's receiving corps, but should be able to establish the run game in Columbia, South Carolina, on Saturday.
Cisneros collected her first two collegiate goals to push the Tigers to a win over Ole Miss.
The event will take place from 5-8 p.m. Thursday under the eastern concourse of Memorial Stadium.
Most Missouri players would rather play football every weekend than take one to relax. From traveling home to watching football on TV (just like the rest of us!), this is how the Tigers spent their Saturday off.
Emma Allen won after shooting a 5-under-par 211 over the three-round tournament.
The Tigers have gotten off to good first round starts in their last two tournaments, but haven't played as well in the final rounds and dropped down the leaderboard.
South Carolina has thrashed the Tigers in each of their last two meetings. Missouri's defense is confident it can finally shut him down on the road this Sunday.