KMOX's Bold Sports Predictions For 2018Our sports experts have some over-the-top, but not impossible predictions about 2018 – if correct, it'll be a historic sports year in the state of Missouri.
2017-18 College Football Bowl ScheduleSee the full schedule of match-ups, TV schedule an National Championship time.
Busch Stadium To Host Mizzou, MO State Baseball GameThe upcoming game will be Mizzou’s sixth played at Busch Stadium, where they have compiled a 3-2 record.
Mizzou Pours it on in Season OpenerDrew Lock had a record-setting day for Missouri, throwing for 521 yards and seven touchdowns as the Tigers beat Missouri State 72-43 on Saturday
CBS Sports: Jontay Porter Says 'Safe Assumption' He'll Play For Mizzou This YearPorter spoke with CBS Sports' Gary Parrish at the Nike Peach Jam event in South Carolina.
St. Louis-Native, UConn Forward Napheesa Collier Named AP All-AmericanCollier was named an AP All-American, and finalist for the Wade Trophy, which is "The Heisman of Women's Basketball."
Brad Underwood Joins U of I as New Men's Basketball CoachWith the uplifting motto of "We Will Win," Brad Underwood is settling in as the newly-hired coach of the University of Illinois men's basketball team.
NCAA Wrestling Nationals Underway in St. Louis
Steakhouse Promises $1 Million in Free Steaks if Northern Kentucky Beats KentuckyJeff Ruby's Steakhouse will offer all 15,000 NKU students a free steak dinner if the No. 15 seed Norse are able to beat the No. 2 seed Kentucky Wildcats.
March Madness Brackets of KMOX: Analytical to Nonsense SelectionsSome analyzed each matchup, others randomly selected teams, and one dad asked his kids to make his picks.
Illinois State Coach Tweets His Frustrations After Selection Committee SnubIllinois State's RPI was No. 33 in the country, but apparently it didn't play enough quality teams. Dan Muller is trying to fix that through Twitter.
Anderson Firing No Surprise, Led Tigers to Worst 3-Year Stretch in Mizzou HistoryKim Anderson won just nine games his first season. He won 10 the next. And his inability to lure top talent from the St. Louis and Kansas City areas made things just as bleak in Year 3.