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Nebraska defensive end Zach Potter [Photo]

Defensive end Zach Potter says there have been fewer mistakes on defense this season. ". . .guys are still adjusting,” Potter said. “It’s a process.”

Missouri wins at Nebraska in 1978 [Photo]

Mark Jones (64) celebrates James Wilder’s winning touchdown in the fourth quarter of Missouri's 35-31 victory at Nebraska in 1978.

Biden, Palin shake hands at debate's close [Photo]

Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., left, and Republican candidate Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin shake hands following the only vice presidential debate of the campaign at Washington University in St. Louis on Thursday, Oct. 2, 2008.

Getting it right [Photo]

Stephen Kruse and Grant Watkins rehearse a scene for "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" on Thursday.

Ta-da [Photo]

The cast of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" finishes up a song during rehearsal on Thursday.

MU's Golden Girls perform at a spirit rally [Photo]

MU's Golden Girls perform during a spirit rally on Oct. 2, 2008 held in honor of Saturday's MU-Nebraska game.

Playing around [Photo]

Grant Watkins and Alexander Milner rehearse a scene for the production of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." The production will run Oct. 7 to 12 at the Rhynsburger Theatre.

MU spirit rally attendees show off their autographs [Photo]

From left, Laurie Spaunhorst, Kathleen Heermann and Lexy Martin show off their autographs from Rucker during a spirit rally at MU on Oct. 2, 2008.

A business tip [Photo]

Zach Ruesler and the rest of the cast rehearse a song for the production of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" at the Rhynsburger Theatre on Thursday. Ruesler plays Bud Frump in the musical which is directed by James M. Miller.

Martin Rucker signs autographs at the MU spirit rally [Photo]

Martin Rucker, right, a former MU All-American tight end now with the Cleveland Browns, signs an autograph on the arm of Kathleen Heermann during a spirit rally held for the MU-Nebraska game at Carnahan Quadrangle on October 2, 2008.

'Read for the Record' event reads Corduroy [Photo]

Jumpstart, affiliated with MU, hosted "Read for the Record" at the University Bookstore on Thursday afternoon, where the book Corduroy was read to preschool age children by community members.

Jumpstart promotes reading [Photo]

Tagalong the Clown, Martina Hoyt, with Jumpstart, reads Corduroy to children during Jumpstart's "Read for the Record" event at the University Bookstore on Thursday afternoon. The event was part of a national effort aiming to set a world record of the most preschoolers reading the same book at the same time.

Roots 'N' Blues preparations underway [Photo]

Sound engineer Ben Monroe performs a sound check on Thursday afternoon for the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival.

Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ [Graphic]

Groundbreaking bluegrass player to play Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ [Photo]

Known for his solo albums as well as his role in Alison Kraus and Union Station, Jerry Douglas will close out the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ festival Saturday night.

Mustard Seed to offer Fair Trade goods [Photo]

Jaylyn Salmons, an art minor at Mizzou, helps set up a window display Wednesday morning at the new Fair Trade store opening in downtown Columbia. The non-profit store, Mustard Seed, is associated with the ministry of Karis Community Church and opened in October.

River road scenic and unsafe [Photo]

Easley River Road is dangerous for cars because of its single lane for traffic and its proximity to the unstable river bank.

How traditional and nontraditional math solve the same problem [Graphic]

For simple math problems, traditional and nontraditional math take different approaches.

One man, one church, 22 years [Photo]

Frost takes fishing trips almost every week with fellow churchgoers from Broadway Christian Church.

One man, one church, 22 years [Photo]

Rick Frost, a recently retired pastor of the Broadway Christian Church, reads over his sermon before officiating the wedding of a friend in September. Frost says he officially retired Sept. 1, but had made special arrangements to perform the ceremony. He has known the bride since she was an infant. In retirement, he plans to pursue photography, fishing and travel to national parks.
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