Given their success, Missouri offensive players scoff at the time-of-possession statistic and look to continue their hurried scoring barrage.
The Tigers rank last in the Big 12 in pass defense, but without MU's struggles against Illinois, the Tigers would jump ahead of Texas and Nebraska, two defenses that haven't been criticized nearly as much.
The PedNet Coalition views bicycling as a legitimate and overwhelmingly practical mode of transport for local journeys. Most trips to work, school, shopping or social events in Columbia are five miles or less, so the time saved by driving is negligible.
The government got us jump-started by dropping a trillion dollars to absorb free radicals from our financial system. It’s probably time for us to bypass the pomegranate juice. $4 for a vial of POM isn’t the most thrifty way to eliminate antioxidants. There are ways to save money by spending some, though.
Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy and his offensive staff welcome the opportunity to keep pace with MU's prolific spread attack Saturday night in Columbia, and they don't plan to alter their approach.
The current economic crisis has some Columbia residents who lived through the Great Depression remembering the hard times they endured.
A gang awareness forum will be held in the Hickman High School media center at 7 p.m. Oct. 22.
The Rock Bridge softball team used smart base-running and the emergence of young players to defeat Camdenton 7-2 on Wednesday night in the Class 4, District 10 tournament.
The Federal Reserve's cut in its benchmark interest rate Wednesday could put more money in your pocket — or take some out. Or both.
The Rock Bridge softball team's Carly Levy, Sara Stafford and Kate Rikoon all recently committed to play at the college level.
Permit applicants are now able to drop off construction plans in one place instead of a number of city offices scattered throughout Columbia. Also, City Manager Bill Watkins plans to hire a business ombudsman to nurture relationships between the city and employers, beginning in spring 2009.
To counter the effects of high fuel prices, Columbia Transit is considering allowing businesses to buy ads that would be placed on the sides of buses.
When Hudson Residence Hall closes for renovations at the end of the semester, KCOU/88.1 FM, MU’s student-run radio station and an auxiliary of the Missouri Student Association, will no longer have access to its transmitter on the roof.
Moscow Ballet will hold open auditions at 10 a.m. Saturday for its production of "Great Russian Nutcracker." Auditions will be held at Columbia Dance Academy, 4250 E. Broadway, Suite 1031.
Jurors began deliberating the case Wednesday of a man accused of kicking a 3-year-old girl in the head, waiting hours without seeking help while she died, then decapitating the girl and dumping her body.
The contract covers more than 5,000 employees at the company's 12 U.S. breweries. Union members will vote on the agreement in November.