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Hickman rallies late to win dramatic Providence Bowl over Rock Bridge

Hickman football players hoist the Providence Bowl trophy for fans after beating Rock Bridge 22-21 on Friday night at Memorial Stadium.

Behind first-year starting quarterback Mason Murray, Hickman snapped a three-year losing streak in the Providence Bowl, scoring a touchdown with just over a minute left to beat Rock Bridge 22-21.

 

Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival fires up competitors for prize, fun

Sixty-five teams gathered in downtown Columbia to compete in Roots N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival with their secret recipes and different smokers.

PHOTO GALLERY: Images from first day of the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival

There was food, fun and music aplenty during the first day of the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ Festival.

 

TIGER KICKOFF: Football, horseback riding showcase Kony Ealy's versatility

Before he could be found on a football field, Missouri defensive end Kony Ealy could be found just as often on a horse.

Marching Mizzou takes to the road for SEC football games

Marching Mizzou is traveling for every SEC away football game. As some band members leave for Columbia, S.C., Rebecca Phillips, band director for the University of South Carolina, discusses the unwritten rules for SEC marching bands.

U.S. Senate candidates' views contrast sharply during debate

Todd Akin, Claire McCaskill and Jonathan Dine shared their views on key issues for November's U.S. Senatorial race. 

South Carolina waits patiently for game day with Missouri

Football isn't yet on the mind of South Carolina students, but things will start to warm up as the game day gets closer.

FROM READERS: Welcome to game day in the other Columbia

An employee at a bar and grill in Columbia, S.C., offers some advice on what Missouri fans traveling to watch the Tigers can expect from this new SEC town.

Gubernatorial candidates debate at Missouri Press Association event

The Missouri gubernatorial candidates Gov. Jay Nixon, Dave Spence and Jim Higgins debated issues involving the economy, health care reform and education on Friday.

TIGERS REPORT: Missouri hits the road to play No. 7 South Carolina

Missouri's opponent this week is No. 7 South Carolina, the second top-10 team the Tigers will play in a three-week span. The Gamecocks are 3-0 so far this season, sharing the lead in the SEC East with Georgia and Florida.

Body Combat Chicks run with friendship and endurance

Body Combat Chicks, a martial arts fitness group turned runner's collective, provide companionship and support while staying fit and training for half marathons.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri soccer stays undefeated in SEC play

The Tigers' second half output proved key in the 2-1 win against Mississippi.

Walgreens remains out of network for UM System Health Plan

UM System faculty and staff covered by the system's myChoice Health Plan are unable to fill prescriptions at Walgreens at the lower in-network cost. 

Tigers tweet about their exhaustion, fans, Carrie Underwood

Take a peek at what Missouri football players are tweeting about after their win against Arizona State.

Ten things you didn't know about South Carolina

The South Carolina Gamecocks will be the first team to host the Tigers in Missouri's first road game as a member of the SEC.

Gear up for Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ with our playlist, videos

Enjoy a Spotify playlist and videos of Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ artists as you prepare for the festival this weekend.

GEORGE KENNEDY: Constitution Day should not be forgotten

In light of the recent anniversary of the signing of the Constitution, it's worth examining the role money and cynicism plays in our democracy today.

MU starts tapping into wind power

MU expands its renewable resource platform with a wind turbine that will power the old Beef Barn near Memorial Stadium. 

Willingham gives Hickman football fourth option in backfield

The Kewpies began the season with a three-man rotation of upperclassmen at running back. But the emergence of sophomore Marshall Willingham has made the Hickman backfield even more crowded.

Tolton quarterback drops soccer for chance to lead football team

Tolton football player Christian Elliot switched from playing soccer to being the starting quarterback last year after a competition with teammate Caleb Lucero.

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