Tigers led 14-3 in first quarter.
Under Bob Stoops, the Sooners are 72-2 at home and currently have a 37-game win streak. The last time Missouri won there was in 1966.
“Conference stability has been our first goal and we look forward to achieving that goal through continued membership in the Big 12 Conference.”
While the country was getting pumped about last Saturday’s prime-time tussle in Tallahassee, Tony Jefferson couldn’t wait for the shot at redemption.
The person, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said Monday there has been dialogue between athletic directors and high-level officials in the conference offices.
Tigers hope to have two starters return from injury for Saturday’s game.
The Big 12, which seems to be falling apart, is tied with the SEC for having the most teams ranked in the AP Top 25.
University president says Sooners are looking at leaving Big 12 Conference.
Gary Pinkel’s Tigers are looking up at conference foe Oklahoma, the preseason #1.
Even though they have a new quarterback and lost a few other players, the coaches feel that Gary Pinkel has a talented enough squad.