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MU football fans speak up online

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TigerBoard.com connects thousands of Missouri sports fans scattered across the globe, and before MU’s biggest game in decades, the message board has become a haven for taking jabs at the Jayhawks.

Off-campus game means beer in stands

Thirsty fans at this weekend’s MU-KU Border Showdown need look no farther than the concession stands at Arrowhead Stadium for beer.

MU vs. KU: Ten things at stake

Here are what Missouri and Kansas stand to gain with a victory on Saturday.

MU vs. KU: Five keys to the game

Here are the areas the Tigers must excel in against the Jayhawks on Saturday.

This year's success recalls glory of 1969 MU football campaign

The 2007 Tigers may not have a more passionate group of supporters than those who charmed mid-Missouri in 1969 on their way to a co-Big Eight Conference championship and Orange Bowl bid.

BOONE LIFE: Weaving tales and friendship

As a little girl, Navajo weaver Sarah Natani remembers watching her mother, who was a weaver and potter, work.

Volunteers, Salvation Army serve Thanksgiving dinner

More than 60 volunteers helped serve food at the Salvation Army’s Thanksgiving dinner at Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken on Paris Road. For years the dinner had been hosted at Everett’s Restaurant and Lounge on Range Line Street, but after it closed the owners of Lee’s volunteered to play hosts.

Don’t forget donations in your budget

Put a little aside for those charities that really need the money.

MU and KU football teams rivals many times over

After 115 games, Missouri and Kansas don’t agree on which team leads the football series.

Documentary to show depth of Border War

Erik Ashel and Steven Spiegel of Metro Sports have been interviewing MU and KU students for a documentary that hopes to explain the historical significance of the rivalry

Comment: So far, BCS success still seems far off

Their mission is to bring us a national championship game worth watching. So far they’ve done little to inspire confidence in their success.

Former MU women's basketball player finds new home with Cougars

Since Rachel Oswald was young, she always wanted to play college basketball in Columbia. Now she can say that she played the game at two different Columbia schools.

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