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Missouri football suffers familiar letdown in loss to Baylor

Baylor's quarterback Robert Griffin III carries the ball against the Tigers in the Bears' win on Saturday. The Missouri Tigers lost to the Baylor Bears 42-39.

Following last week's overtime win over Texas A&M, Missouri loses 42-39 to Baylor on Saturday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri comeback falls short, loses 42-39 to Baylor

The Missouri Tigers were down 28-17 going in to the fourth quarter against the Baylor Bears. About 13 minutes later the score was 42-39, and the Tigers lined up for an onside kick. Missouri failed to recover the ball, and Baylor would leave Floyd Casey Stadium victorious. 

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Fox Sports' Jim Knox brings unique aspects to sideline reporting

Jim Knox, a sideline reporter for Fox Sports, has ridden elephants in Lubbock, Texas, run with the buffalo in Boulder, Colo., and sat shotgun on a covered wagon in Norman, Okla.

PHOTO GALLERY: Tailgating abounds for Missouri versus Baylor football game

Tailgaters came out for the Missouri Tigers versus the Baylor Bears football game on Saturday at Floyd Casey Stadium. The Tigers are 4-4 for the season, and the Bears sport a record of 4-3.

Occupy COMO protesters march, deliver message to Bank of America

Occupy COMO protesters have officially defined their movement and marched together in the streets to promote their message.

Neinas says Big 12 has no immediate plans to expand

Interim Big 12 Commissioner Chuck Neinas said that doesn't mean there won't be a move back to 12 teams eventually.

Hickman's Mello recovers, finishes ninth at girls cross country state meet

Kewpies junior Nicole Mello took ninth place, and senior Devin Sander took 12th in the boys meet, both earning All-State honors at the state cross country championships in Jefferson City.

Rock Bridge boys cross country team wins first state championship

The Rock Bridge boys cross country team won the Class 4 state championship Saturday in Jefferson City, and the girls team placed second. Both were firsts for the Bruins' program.

MU Art Department hosts High School Art Day

The event included workshops on various art forms and offered information about art scholarships to students.

Henning continues strong play for Missouri volleyball team

Tigers sophomore Lisa Henning had 24 kills and 10 digs in the Tigers' victory against Baylor on Saturday afternoon at the Hearnes Center. Her performance has gained the attention on opposing coaches and players.

MU, Alpha Phi Omega host Boy Scout Merit Badge University

Many Boy Scouts earned necessary merit badges in their quests to become Eagle Scouts during Saturday's classes.

Missouri men's basketball team holds free youth clinic

The Missouri men's basketball team hosted a youth clinic Saturday at Mizzou Arena. About 150 boys and girls in first- through sixth-grade attended.

BROKEN BUDGETS: Amid deficit gloom, some states enjoy surpluses

While the majority of the nation struggles to break even, states rich in energy reserves are enjoying increased revenue.

American Catholics prepare for new Mass translation

Some have expressed concerns over the changes in language, and others have embraced the changes. Both sides are curious about how the new rituals will affect church-goers and priests alike.

Freshman suspended from Missouri men's basketball team

Freshman walk-on Tony Lester has been suspended indefinitely from the Missouri men's basketball team for violating team policies, according to MU Athletic Department spokesman Chad Moller.

Missouri defensive tackles slow down Baylor quarterback's running game

Baylor's Robert Griffin III is an elusive runner. But, Missouri defensive tackles Dominique Hamilton and Sheldon Richardson were able to get in the backfield and catch him Saturday night in Waco, Texas.

Columbia College beats Stephens College, remains undefeated in conference play

Columbia College went undefeated in conference play for the ninth season in a row with a win over Stephens College on Saturday. The Cougars enter their conference tournament Tuesday as the top-seeded team.

States' grandparent visitation laws raise concern

The constitutional authority of parents in child rearing is being challenged across the U.S. by grandparents, who believe they have the right to visit their grandchildren.

Tim Tevlin leads Columbia College soccer team in hard tackles

Tim Tevlin has a reputation as the enforcer on the Columbia College soccer team. He's the player no one wants to face in practice. But he's also has the reputation as the nicest guy on the team.

Edwards, Stewart brace for Sprint Cup race in Texas

Carl Edwards has a mere eight-point lead over Tony Stewart heading into the "Texas Title Fight."

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