Gary Pinkel’s #19 Tigers claim 10th straight road victory
If Tigers win in Knoxville and next Friday at home against Arkansas, they capture 2nd straight SEC East title.
Sports On A Sunday Morning: Jeremy Rutherford, Kevin Demoff, Derrick Goold, Bob Ramsey, Mike Kelly & Dan McLaughlin
Kevin Shattenkirk on last night’s Blues win, Derrick Goold & Dan McLaughlin on Cardinals, Kevin Demoff on Rams vs. Broncos, Mike Kelly on Mizzou Football & Basketball & Bob Ramsey on SLU Basketball.
Russell Hansbrough ran for 199 yards and 2 TDs in 34-27 victory
Sports On A Sunday Morning: Kevin Demoff, Jake Allen, Max Scherzer, Darren Urban, Dan McLaughlin, Frank Viverito
Dan McLaughlin & Max Scherzer on MLB off-season, Jake Allen on Blues, Kevin Demoff & Darren Urban on Rams & Cardinals, Kim Anderson & Keith Shamburger on Mizzou Basketball & Frank Viverito on the upcoming Stan Musial Awards.
Sports On A Sunday Morning: Alex Pietrangelo, Kevin Demoff, Ryan Rosburg, Damon Bruce, Dan McLaughlin, Gary Pinkel
Alex Pietrangelo on last nights win, Dan McLaughlin on Cardinals and MLB Off-Season, Kevin Demoff & Damon Bruce on Rams & 49ers, Ryan Rosburg on Mizzou Basketball, Gary Pinkel Postgame & a John Kadlec Tribute.
Tigers victory over Kentucky & Georgia’s loss to Florida made it happen
Sports On A Sunday Morning: Brian Elliott, Kevin Demoff, Damon Bruce, EJ Gaines, Trent Green, Randy Covitz & Dan McLaughlin
Blues goaltender Brian Elliott on last night’s win, Rams COO Kevin Demoff & KC Star Randy Covitz on Rams & Chiefs, Damon Bruce & Dan McLaughlin on World Series, EJ Gaines & Trent Green on Rams & hear from Gary Pinkel, Maty Mauk, Ken Hitchcock & David Backes.
R. Bowen Loftin picked for 5-person panel to find Mike Slive’s replacement
Mike Slive is 74 and disclosed he is fighting prostate cancer
The first matchup of head coaches who were former Kent State teammates was no contest, with Alabama pummeling a team hampered by injuries at quarterback and the offensive line.
A botched Missouri extra-point snap and a bobbled punt attempt that led to a safety helped Vanderbilt beat Missouri 19-15 Saturday night, depriving the former Big 12 school of its first Southeastern Conference win.
The Tigers lose their second official SEC game, and first on the road falling to 0-2 in conference play.