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SEC EXPERIENCE: Georgia comes to Columbia for Missouri's SEC football game

The University of Georgia team and its fans are arriving in Columbia ahead of Saturday's game. Preparations are going on all around town.

Keep up with what is happening around town in advance of the Georgia game on Saturday.

TIGERS REPORT: An important game for Missouri — and Georgia

Missouri's first Southeastern Conference game against Georgia on Saturday night is one of the most anticipated games of the weekend. The outcome of the game will have a sizable impact in determining which team wins the SEC East division this season.

Sheldon Richardson expects to make noise for Missouri football in the SEC

Missouri defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson's progress this offseason has earned him publicity, but he's also made a lot of noise off the field this past week. 

Hickman football not satisfied despite 3-0 start

Despite a 56-7 victory over Smith-Cotton on Friday night and a 3-0 start to the season, the Hickman football team knows it has more work to do.

PHOTO GALLERY: Hickman football game pictures

Hickman High School's football team recorded a 56-7 victory over Smith-Cotton on Friday night. The team is off to a great start with a perfect 3-0 winning record.

MU Fencing Club hopes to bring victory from competitive tournament

Nick Hallman, one of the most talented members of the MU Fencing Club, is expecting to lead the group this weekend at the Fencers Academy Regional Open Circuit tournament in St. Louis.

Missouri, Georgia fans prod each other over football

Tigers fans are on their guard as Georgia Bulldogs fans arrive in Columbia. 

Author sends ultimatum to UM Press regarding publishing rights

In a letter to a University of Missouri System administrator, Don Spivey said he would file a lawsuit if his rights are not returned by Oct. 8.

DEAR READER: The SEC, MU and national politics, by the numbers

An MU College of Business study has published numbers on the economic impact of Missouri's move to the Southeastern Conference. It's $185 million. 

Major storylines heading into Saturday's Missouri-Georgia football game

As Missouri prepares to host Georgia in its first Southeastern Conference game, here are a few plot lines to consider during Saturday's game.

City Council hopes to amend Storm Water Ordinance to ease redevelopment

The Council members discuss about altering the passed ordinance on Tuesday which  excludes subdivided properties from redevelopment status.

Columbia College starts strong in Lee University Showcase

The Columbia College Cougars defeated Indiana Tech in its first game as part of the Lee University Showcase Thursday. The Cougars will next play Lee University and the University of Texas at Brownsville. 

E-BOOK: Tiger Kickoff Georgia

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GEORGE KENNEDY: Journalists' credibility on the decline, but why?

A recent poll saw a decline in the public's trust in many journalistic organizations. There are many reasons for this, one of which is a bias inherent to the work of a journalist.

Murray, Cowan make connection in Hickman football's passing game

Quarterback Mason Murray and receiver Jake Cowan have a friendship off the field that has translated into chemistry on the field and helped ease Murray's transition to his new starting role.

Running Clubs receive donation from Anderson Family Charitable Foundation

An MU alum and ESPN host John Anderson made a $20,000 donation Friday to Parkade, Blue Ridge and Russell Boulevard elementary schools' running clubs.

Sudden storm brings hail, power outages across Columbia

A storm that hit Boone County on Friday afternoon brought 2.75-inch hail and left 658 residents without power.

Tigers volleyball team goes 1-1 in doubleheader at Morehead State

The Missouri volleyball team swept Valparaiso, then lost to Morehead State at the Morehead State Invitational on Friday.

New flu vaccines available to combat this year's influenza

Although last season's flu was mild, it is still a good idea to get vaccinated because it is hard to predict the severity of the new season's flu.

Missouri soccer men and women flourish together on the pitch

Missouri women's soccer is off to a hot start with some help from another Missouri squad with national title hopes. 

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