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Missouri football wideouts make adjustments in time for comeback

Tigers wide receiver Danario Alexander breaks through Bowling Green's defense in the second half of the game on Saturday.

Missouri struggled to complete passes early and fell behind 20-6 to Bowling Green, but players said the running game's strength, coupled with adjustments, helped spur the Missouri offense to three unanswered touchdowns.

Tigers need late push to edge Bowling Green, 27-20

After two and a half quarters of stagnant offense and sloppy play, Missouri needed two fourth-quarter touchdowns to squeak out a 27-20 come-from-behind victory over Bowling Green on Saturday night at Memorial Stadium.

Fan Notes: Former Missouri football player finds unique way to navigate tailgate scene

Checking out the scene Saturday outside Faurot Field.

Millard pounds Bruins to 35-14 victory

Running back Trey Millard rushed for three touchdowns and 210 yards in Rock Bridge's 35-14 victory over McCluer North on Saturday. A change in the Bruins' pregame routine might have fueled their victory.

World-class cyclists compete in Jefferson City

On Thursday, bicyclists from around the world rode into Jefferson City for the fourth stage of the Tour of Missouri.

Activists mark Sept. 11 with call for peace

About 45 people gathered for a service Friday evening on the Stephens College campus to remember the victims of Sept. 11 and to call the community to act for peace.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri beats Bowling Green 27-20

Despite trailing 20-6 until late in the third quarter, the Missouri Tigers came from behind to beat Bowling Green, 27-20. The nationally-ranked Tigers' offense was stagnant early in the game, but came alive for two fourth quarter touchdowns. Running back Derrick Washington had 124 yards rushing and scored the winning touchdown.

Meals on Wheels to expand with $25,000 Walmart donation

The money will not only help ensure that free food gets to those in need, but also that clients will receive evening and weekend meals.

Chicchi wins sixth stage of Tour of Missouri

Italian Francesco Chicchi received a special Pony Express statue from St. Joseph Mayor Ken Shearin.

Teenager survives overturned van accident

A young woman sustained only minor injuries after her van overturned on Interstate 70.

No. 9 in '09: Columbia named the ninth-best college town

According to the American Institute of Economic Research's College Destination Index, Columbia is the ninth-best college town in the nation. Ithaca, N.Y., placed No. 1, and Lawrence,  Kan., was No. 14.

Ivanova fits in with Hickman cross country

Dana Ivanova grew up in the eastern Slovakian mountain town, Poprad. This year, she is a foreign exchange student living in Columbia.

Stephens gets cross-country season started

Freshmen on the Stephens cross-country team will be challenged competing as one of the smallest schools in the AMC.

Michigan too much for Missouri volleyball team

Missouri won its first three matches in the Michigan/Pepsi Challenge but couldn't get past the home team in its fourth and final contest of the tournament.

Columbia College soccer team on a roll

The Cougars earned their fifth victory in six chances with a 2-0 win over St. Ambrose.

Columbia College volleyball team takes tournament title

The Columbia College volleyball team remained undefeated after winning Saturday's Graceland University Tournament.

Missouri women's team wins home cross-country meet

Freshman Katie Vanatta led the Tigers to victory at the Missouri Cross Country Challenge on Saturday at A.L. Gustin Golf Course.

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