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Sierra Michaelis fights for the ball

Sophomore guard Sierra Michaelis fights for the ball during the game against the Northern Illinois Huskies on Sunday. The Tigers beat the Huskies 47-44.

Chiefs win big

Kansas City Chiefs running back Knile Davis (No. 34) and wide receiver Albert Wilson celebrate after Davis scored a 70-yard touchdown during the second half of Sunday's football game against the Oakland Raiders in Kansas City, Missouri.

Blues fight for puck against Avalanche

St. Louis Blues defenseman Jay Bouwmeester, left, checks Colorado Avalanche left wing Gabriel Landeskog, of Sweden, as they fight for control of the puck in the corner in the first period of Saturday's game in Denver.

Missouri forward Johnathan Williams III lunges for a loose ball

Missouri forward Johnathan Williams III lunges for a loose ball around Xavier guard Dee Davis during the second half of Missouri's 74-58 loss at Mizzou Arena on Saturday.

Missouri's Namon Wright has his shot contested

Missouri's Namon Wright has his shot contested by Xavier center Matt Stainbrook in the first half at Mizzou Arena on Saturday.

Missouri forward Ryan Rosburg drives to the basket against Xavier center Matt Stainbrook

Missouri forward Ryan Rosburg drives to the basket against Xavier center Matt Stainbrook in the second half at Mizzou Arena on Saturday.

Missouri assistant coach Brad Loos restrains head coach Kim Anderson

Missouri assistant coach Brad Loos restrains head coach Kim Anderson during Saturday's men's basketball game after Anderson received a technical foul in the second half. Mizzou lost 74-58 to Xavier at Mizzou Arena.

Jakeenan Grant walks to the bench

Missouri forward Jakeenan Gant walks back to the bench for the final time in the game Saturday after scoring 13 points against Xavier. The game was his first of the season.

Wes Clark drives to the hoop against Xavier

Missouri guard Wes Clark drives to the hoop against Xavier at Mizzou Arena on Saturday. Clark shot one-for-four from the floor and score three points on the night.

Gary Pinkel paces the sideline

Missouri head football coach Gary Pinkel paces the sideline on Dec. 6 during during the SEC Championship at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.

Oregon's Mariota wins Heisman

In this photo provided by the Heisman Trust, Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota holds the Heisman Trophy after being named college football's best player during the Heisman Trophy presentation in New York on Saturday.

Kim Anderson walks off the court after loss to Xavier

Missouri head coach Kim Anderson walks off the court Saturday after Missouri's 74-58 loss to Xavier at Mizzou Arena. Anderson said this week that he regretted not focusing more on the team's offense early on in the season.

Missouri-Xavier game draws season-high crowd

A season-high crowd of 7,854 attended Missouri's game against Xavier on Saturday at Mizzou Arena, but there were still plenty of empty seats.

D'Angelo Allen battles under the basket

Missouri forward D'Angelo Allen, right, battles under the basketball during the team's loss to Xavier on Saturday. Allen scored 8 points on 3-for-3 shooting.

Taisiya and Samantha Hopkins attend Jingle Bell Run/Walk

Taisiya Hopkins holds her 4-year-old daughter Samantha Hopkins on Saturday during the award ceremony at the annual Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis. Samantha, who has juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, was the youth honoree for this year's fundraiser. The event raised more than $42,000 for the Arthritis Foundation.

Natural cover fire scorches home

A natural cover fire scorched a home in the 100 block of Foxwood Court around 1:55 p.m. Saturday. Crews arrived fewer than seven minutes later and observed heavy smoke and fire coming from the rear of a large, single family home.

A bell sets the pace

Mary Rollins celebrates crossing the finish line Saturday at the Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis. The bell she wore around her neck, she said, helped set the pace as she ran.

Waiting for a runner

Jarrod Schwartz holds his 3-year-old son Parker Schwartz as he waits for his wife to finish the Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis on Saturday. More than 600 people registered to participate in the annual Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis, which raised more than $42,000 for the Arthritis Foundation.

Post-race phone check

Kat Birkenbeuel checks her phone Saturday after finishing the Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis. More than 600 people registered to participate in the annual fundraiser, which raised more than $42,000.

Jingle bells on her shoes

Sarah Ernst tied bells to her running shoes for the Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis on Saturday. She was one of more than 150 people who participate in the annual fundraiser, which raised more than $42,000.
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