The board in the training room made the game sound as simple as Rock Bridge made it look.
The Kewpies snapped their three-game losing streak Friday night, beating the Parkway South Patriots 37-19 at Hickman High.
Coach Gregg Nesbitt said that he thought his team was fragile coming into the game, but after a quick start the players gained confidence.
The Columbia Planning and Zoning Commission has recommended approval to a commercial zoning request for two adjacent tracts of land on the south side of East Walnut Street despite objection from city planners.
The commission members voted four against three Thursday to recommend the rezoning request to the Columbia City Council. If the council approves, the land would be rezoned from R-3, which allows for a multi-family dwelling, to C-2, which allows a central business district, The council will decide on the matter on Nov. 3.
The Tigers beat the Cornhuskers 41-24 for the first time since 1978. Brad Smith tied a school record of four touchdowns during the game.