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Gabbert oddly ineffective in Missouri football team's upset loss

Many of his throws seemed impressive as they left his hands — until they landed yards in front of the intended receiver.

Missouri offense fades in loss to Texas Tech

Texas Tech quarterback Taylor Potts came in off the bench to lead the Red Raiders to 21 unanswered points and a 24-17 upset victory over No. 14 Missouri. 

PHOTO GALLERY: Texas Tech overtakes Missouri Tigers

Missouri lost to Texas Tech 24-17.

Missouri running back's mom relishes son's dazzling touchdown run

Missouri running back Kendial Lawrence's 71-yard touchdown run early in Saturday's game at Texas Tech was the longest of his career and a thrill for his mother to see in person.

Ryan Ferguson denied hearing before top state court

Ferguson's father said the decision was no surprise and will allow Ferguson's legal team to file a habeas corpus petition in which he can present new evidence not available during the first trial.

Winter trout fishing program returns to Cosmo-Bethel lake

After a one-year hiatus, the Mid-Missouri Chapter of Trout Unlimited has collaborated with Columbia Parks and Recreation and the Missouri Department of Conservation to revive the popular winter fishing program. 

Prospective buyers preview horses from the MU Equine Science Program

Bidders from multiple states came to MU's Equine Teaching Facility for a horse sale preview on Saturday. Ten horses are up for auction through Thursday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Pre-gaming in Lubbock

Missouri fans who made the trip to Texas as well as Texas Tech's mascot, "The Masked Rider," hung out before the game started at 7 p.m.

Missouri volleyball team topples No. 12 Iowa State

The Tigers beat Iowa state 3-1 Saturday night at Hilton Coliseum in Ames Iowa.

NORML conference at MU looks at marijuana as medicine

Marijuana enthusiasts at the state conference touted the health benefits of the illegal drug.

Missouri women's basketball team set to face tough NAIA opponent

In their final exhibition game, the Tigers are facing a tough Oklahoma City team that comes to Columbia on Sunday ranked No. 3 in the NAIA.

Rock Bridge boys run to second at state cross-country championships

The Rock Bridge boys cross-country team placed second in the Class 4 championship Saturday in Jefferson City with 89 points, trailing only Lee's Summit North, which won with 66 points.

Man shot outside Midwest Sports Academy

The 18-year-old man shot outside of a party early Saturday morning was released from the hospital later in the day.

Section 8 housing assistance opens up for first time since 2008

The Columbia Housing Authority said it expected more applications than it received.

Missouri men's basketball turns tune-up game into highlight reel

An average basketball highlight on TV lasts about a minute and a half. On Friday, the Missouri men’s basketball team showed just how much scoring it can fit into the time frame.

Columbia College soccer blanks Missouri Baptist

The Cougars beat Missouri Baptist 5-0 on Saturday in the quarterfinals of the American Midwest Conference tournament.

Mattos honored at Columbia College volleyball doubleheader

The Cougars' libero from Brazil is the only senior on the team this season, so Saturday's senior-day doubleheader against Williams Baptist was all about her.

NORML conference opens with talks concerning marijuana legalization

Two speakers open the NORML Fall 2010 State Conference by discussing the importance of marijuana law reforms.

Columbia veteran, David Scott, dies at 88

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