Paintings, drawings and Polaroids — some in frames, some not — hang on the walls with tape, nails or gum-like Blu-Tack. Nearby rest other pieces of art, including a Sharpie-decorated guitar, haiku-embellished playing cards and even a box filled with human hair.
It’s a rainy afternoon in McBaine. Inside Lucy’s Bar & Grill, a group of farmers and other residents takes advantage of the weather. They’re playing four-point pitch in the back of the restaurant, slapping cards down on an old wooden table, laughing and joking as hands sweep up tricks.
LINCOLN, Neb. — Whether the problem was consistency, execution, a lack of star players making plays, or turnovers, Missouri players and coaches know the team didn’t play its best offensive game of the year.
When fans call themselves dedicated, they often refer to how much paint they have slathered on their bodies, how loud they scream or how many players’ statistics they can rattle off.
A banner, picturing seven women, hangs in the east hallway of Mizzou arena.
Although it was only an exhibition, Friday night’s game against in-state opponent Missouri-Rolla was Mike Anderson’s first as the Missouri men’s basketball coach.
A night that began with talk of tiebreakers, point differentials and a district championship ended with frustration and tears for the Hickman football team.
JEFFERSON CITY - Early in the season, Phillip King said that he wanted to show that Rock Bridge had what it took to run among the best cross country teams in the state.
Na Yang breathed a huge sigh of relief as she walked off Hearnes Center’s court Saturday night.
Hearnes Center’s scoreboard told the entire story, and it had nothing to do with the score.
When Missouri scores, the fans cheer and the fight song plays. Usually.
LINCOLN, Neb. — Xzavie Jackson slowly jogged off the field at Memorial Stadium, tears welling up in his eyes.