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Mizzou football coach hired

After a busy week of coaching search news, Missouri hired Eliah Drinkwitz to be its next head football coach.  It’s always exciting when your team hires a new coach, but Drinkwitz, 36, is a relatively new and young head coach who brings a lot of potential. He is far from a proven commodity, but he

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Football lands All-District honors

The Central Missouri All-District football players for Class 3 were announced last week. Southern Boone High School landed six players on the list. First team honorees are Senior Tristan John at running back. John had 1,733 rushing yards on 182 carries, 112 receiving yards and 25 touchdowns for the season. First team defense lineman honors

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MU loses fifth straight, faces Arkansas on Black Friday

On a cold and challenging night at Faurot Field, Missouri lost 24-20 to Tennessee, stretching the Tigers’ losing streak to five games.   It was a tough night to be a Tiger fan, sitting on a cold metal bench watching their team’s spiral slowly continue. Tennessee scored a touchdown to go ahead with 22 seconds left

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Georgia shuts out Missouri, Tigers host Gators next

Saturday was one of those picturesque college football days in the South. Bulldog and Tiger fans filled Georgia’s campus in Athens for pregame tailgating and revelry amongst the fall colors and old buildings.  Sanford Stadium had a hot crowd for a game under the lights in one of the SEC’s classic venues, “Between the Hedges.”

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Missouri heads to Georgia for big game

After a bye week to hopefully get ahold of itself, Missouri heads South for a big game, taking on the SEC East-leading No. 6 Georgia Bulldogs (6 p.m. on ESPN) in Athens.  As horrendous as Missouri’s last two games were, this is the kind of game you get excited for. November is the most important

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Missouri suffers tough loss on a rainy Kentucky night

Stephen Foster wrote that the sun shone bright on the old Kentucky home, but that was pretty much the opposite of Missouri’s experience in the Bluegrass State Saturday night.  Rain pelted down on the proceedings, wind whipped through Kroger Field, and Missouri suffered yet another embarrassing loss, this time 29-7 to Kentucky. Coupled with the

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