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PHOTO GALLERY: John Mayall, Al Green perform at Roots 'N' Blues

John Mayall and Al Green performed Saturday night at the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ festival in downtown Columbia.

Al Green and John Mayall performed Saturday night at the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ festival in downtown Columbia. The performance were among several on the second day of the festival.

 

South Carolina offense, atmosphere beat Missouri

In its first SEC road game, Missouri lost to South Carolina, 31-10.

PHOTO GALLERY: South Carolina defeats Missouri football 31-10

On Missouri's first road-trip game, the Gamecocks beat the Tigers 31-10 on Saturday in Columbia, S.C.

Tigers lose big, but with 'no sense of frustration'

The Gamecocks led Missouri's first away game by 31-10, but cornerback Kip Edwards says the team just needs to practice better and there is no panic.

South Carolina's Cockaboose Railroad offers a unique tailgating venue

For some South Carolina fans, empty railroad cars represent the golden standard for luxury tailgating.

PHOTO GALLERY: South Carolina fans tailgate before Missouri game

South Carolina and Missouri fans tailgate and wait outside the Williams-Brice Stadium before the Saturday game begins.

Missouri vs. South Carolina: Live game-day Twitter conversation

Check out a list of Twitter accounts related to Missouri vs. South Carolina and see what people are saying about the game.

PHOTO GALLERY: Visitors learn about environment at MU's South Farm

The South Farm Showcase, a free event sponsored by the MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources on Saturday, was organized to educate visitors about the environment.

 

Swagg the Vote helps Columbia residents register to vote

About 50 to 60 people registered to vote during Saturday's event at Douglass Park, organizers estimated.

PHOTO GALLERY: Runners participate in Roots 'N' Blues 10K

Runners participated in the Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ 10K on Saturday morning in downtown Columbia.

Kewpies defeat Bruins, Hickman prepares for game in Jefferson City

Hickman football has to put Friday's Providence Bowl victory behind them in a hurry, as the team hits the road to take on its rival Jefferson City on Friday.

Stephens women's soccer keeps positive vibe throughout season's first game

The Stars players maintained their positive attitudes despite their loss to Missouri Baptist on Saturday. The Stars will play against Kaskaskia College Tuesday in Centralia, Ill.

CRUSH Hunger holds micro-scale food packaging event

The event previews a large-scale food packaging event that will be held on Sept. 30 to combat hunger in Kenya.

Two men remain hospitalized after shooting north of Columbia

Police are searching for a man in connection with the shooting. The shooting occurred Saturday morning in the 5900 block of Gregory Drive.

Festivalgoers enjoy food, music at Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ

Competitors arrived at the festival early Saturday to start barbecuing.

Columbia Missourian receives 65 awards in Better Newspaper Contest

The Columbia Missourian won seven more awards than last year in the Missouri Press Foundation's annual contest.

PHOTO GALLERY: Providence Bowl fills Memorial Stadium with football fervor

Hickman edged Rock Bridge 22-21 in a dramatic crosstown game Friday night.

Columbia College volleyball wins twice

The Columbia College volleyball team won two matches in the second day of the Kansas Wesleyan University Invitational on Saturday.

Hickman runners compete at Kansas event

Seniors Nicole Mellow and Ethan Zars led the Hickman cross country teams to top-30 finishes at the KU Rim Rock Invite Saturday. Mellow was the top overall Missouri finisher.

Tolton drops to 0-5 after loss at Marionville

The Tolton-Calvary football will play against the Missouri Military Academy Colonels on Oct. 5.

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