December 13, 2014
Missouri defensive coordinator Dave Steckel speaks to the media during a news conference on Jan. 1 about Missouri's Cotton Bowl matchup against Oklahoma State in Irving, Texas.
Demonstrators march on Pennsylvania Avenue toward Capitol Hill in Washington on Saturday during the Justice for All rally. More than 10,000 protesters converged on Washington in an effort to bring attention to the deaths of unarmed black men at the hands of police.
Kentucky's Dakari Johnson dunks near North Carolina's Joel James as Kentucky's Devin Booker and Tyler Ulis watch during the second half Saturday's game. Kentucky won 84-70.
Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr, center, celebrates after the Raiders beat the Kansas City Chiefs, 24-20, on Nov. 20.
Former Florida head coach Will Muschamp speaks during a news conference at Auburn University on Saturday in Auburn, Alabama. Auburn hired the former Florida coach as defensive coordinator Friday, hoping he can rebuild a defense that struggled badly late in the season.
Gerald Cunningham, left, and Joe Bailey fire off blank rounds at a cowboy shootout re-enactment in Blackwater, Missouri on Oct. 11. The two are members of the South Fork Regulators, a Old West re-enactment group that specializes in historical events, gunfight recreations and school presentations.
Members of the South Fork Regulators pretend to be dead during a re-enactment of an Old West shootout in Blackwater, Missouri, on Oct. 11. The event took place during Blackwater's Fall Festival, and the group performed multiple shootouts through out the day.
Gerald and Connie Cunningham laugh during a lunch break Oct. 11 at an Old West re-enactment at their saloon in Blackwater, Missouri. The two are both members of the South Fork Regulators, who put on re-enactments all over central Missouri.
A photo of Gerald and Connie Cunningham sits next to antique horse bits and a gun hostler in their Old West-themed tavern, Bucksnort Saloon in Blackwater, Missouri.
Gerald Cunningham shakes his fists in frustration as his wife, Connie Cunningham, pours out a bottle of liquor during a temperance movement re-enactment Oct. 11 in Blackwater, Missouri. The Cunninghams own the Bucksnort Saloon, an Old West-style tavern in Blackwater.
Connie Cunningham protests the consumption of alcohol at the Bucksnort Saloon during a re-enactment of the temperance movement Oct. 11 in Blackwater, Missouri. Connie and her husband, Gerald, own the Bucksnort Saloon, which is decorated in authentic Old West style.
The audience watches Gerald Cunningham perform Oct. 11 at the Haunting Ride Through Wildcliff Woodruns in Blackwater, Missouri.
Gerald Cunningham performs Oct. 11 at a Halloween haunted walk named 'The Haunting Ride Through Wildcliff Woodruns' in Blackwater, Missouri. Gerald and his wife, Connie, run a cowboy saloon in Blackwater. The saloon is decorated in a 1880s style and contains a collection of antiques.
Connie and Gerald Cunningham run Bucksnort Saloon, a cowboy-themed saloon in Blackwater, Missouri. The saloon is decorated in an 1880s style and contains a collection of antiques.
Protestors blocked the intersection of Broadway and Hitt Street on Friday night in response to Roxy's nightclub using the phrase 'Hands Up Pants Up' on wristbands promoting its dress code policy. The protests moved throughout downtown Columbia blocking busy intersections including Cherry and Tenth streets.
"Black Lives Matter" protestors stage a "die-in" at Tenth and Cherry streets in downtown Columbia on Friday. Protestors also blocked the road at Broadway and Hitt Street in front of Roxy's night club. The protests began in response to Roxy's use of 'Hands Up Pants Up' on its wristbands.
Protestors march north on Tenth Street during a "Black Lives Matter" protest in downtown Columbia on Friday. The group largely made up of students blocked the road at Broadway and Hitt Street as well as at Tenth and Cherry streets.
MU students Rhonda Mays, left, and Taylor Butler chant Friday night during a "Black Lives Matter" protest at Broadway and Hitt streets in downtown Columbia. Protestors blocked the road at that intersection and later also at Tenth and Cherry streets.
MU students Jonathan Butler, left, and Ayanna Poole, right, raise their arms in the "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" position just before midnight Friday during a protest that blocked Broadway at the intersection of Hitt Street. Butler and Poole both led the protestors in chants, including "Hey hey, ho ho, these killer cops have got to go," and "No justice, no peace."
December 12, 2014
Missouri women's basketball defeated Colorado, 53-50, on Friday behind a strong second half defensive performance.