September 27, 2014
Missouri players and fans celebrated a come-from-behind victory against South Carolina with a last minute touchdown to put Missouri ahead 21-20.
Rosanne Cash was among the performers Saturday on the second day of Roots 'N' Blues at Stephens Lake Park.
Missouri football goes head-to-head against the the South Carolina Gamecocks Saturday in Columbia, South Carolina.
Swimmers from Rock Bridge, Muriel Williams Battle High School and Hickman High School competed Saturday in the CoMo Invitational held at the MU Student Recreation Complex.
Participants at the annual South Farm Showcase met a variety of farm animals from cows to owls.
ESPN's College GameDay visited Columbia, South Carolina, on Saturday before the night football game against the Missouri Tigers and the South Carolina Gamecocks. The show attracted a host of football fans, with Gamecocks partisans outnumbering the MU faithful at The Horseshoe on the University of South Carolina.
Rock Bridge High School triumphed over the Jays 36-31 on Friday evening at Adkins Stadium in Jefferson City.
Battle defeated Hickman 14-7 on Friday in the first ever meeting between the two schools. Battle improved to 3-3 on the season, while Hickman remains winless at 0-6.
September 26, 2014
The annual Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival began Friday at Stephens Lake Park. The night included performances by the Flood Brothers and St. Paul and the Broken Bones.
The MU Tigers volley team swept Mississippi State on Friday at Hearnes Center. The win marks the 19th consecutive Southeastern Conference win for the Tigers.
The Gamecocks are hosting both the Tigers and ESPN's College GameDay this weekend in Columbia, South Carolina. Fans of South Carolina begun to camp out in the Horseshoe in the Old Campus District on Friday night to secure their chance to appear on the nationally broadcasted program.
Although his big-name teammates might get a lion's share of the attention, Rock Bridge running back Nick Collins keeps the offense chugging.
September 25, 2014
The Missourian's Mark Kauzlarich decided to visually document his journey from Columbia, Mo., to Columbia, S.C., for Saturday's football game.
The Missouri men's basketball team held tryouts at Mizzou Arena Wednesday, which 13 students attended.
Workers prepare Thursday for the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival, set for this weekend at Stephens Lake Park. The festival features many artists, including The Avett Brothers, Amos Lee, Rosanne Cash and Los Lobos.
Battle High School practices Wednesday in preparation for playing Hickman High School on Friday. Battle was founded with players from Hickman. The game will pit friends and former teammates against one another.
Volunteers from three Columbia community gardens donate their time and produce to aid local food banks and organizations in need.
September 24, 2014
The two-story Sturgeon Court of Common Pleas, built in 1882, could be demolished at any time. Sturgeon Mayor Gene Kelly said the town council voted unanimously in May to have the building, located in the town park near a playground, demolished due to its worsening condition.
September 23, 2014
South Carolina is known for Williams-Brice Stadium, one of two stadiums in Division I FBS named after a woman; alum Daruis Rucker, country singer and frontman of Hootie & The Blowfish; and "railgating," a special type of tailgating.
Columbia College women's volleyball beat Stephens College in three straight sets on Tuesday night.