The Columbia Missourian’s Michael Davis looked at the MU football team’s week in review.
ESPN’s David Ubben gave one of his weekly Big 12 helmet sticker awards to James Franklin this week.
St. Louis TV station KSDK discussed Mizzou’s win on its segment called “The PIT”.
The university is looking at possibly spending $30 to $40 million on stadium upgrades.
KU football coach Turner Gill, whose job is potentially in jeopardy said “I’m here to coach and teach and develop our players and get ‘em ready for Missouri. I’m not concerned about all those (other) things.”
The Kansas City Star’s J. Brady McCollough notes “The hate that kept this rivalry going through two World Wars and plenty of bad football is the very thing that will likely put an end to this unmatched period of border brawling.”
MU’s women’s basketball team won 67-46 in its first home game.
The Missourian’s Matt Beezley noticed “early struggles” in the victory.
MUtigers.com provides key information about tonight’s men’s basketball game against Notre Dame at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo.
Zoulogy staff writer Chelsea Fricker says MU’s move to the SEC could be “the biggest thing to ever happen to SEC softball.”
Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union describes says Jaguars quarterback and former Tiger Blaine Gabbert came short of becoming “a conquering hero” for the Jaguars yesterday.
Times-Union readers were unhappy the Jaguars chose to have Gabbert throw with the game on the line.