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Missouri football: Sheldon Richardson's recovery turns the tide

Missouri defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson tackles Kentucky quarterback Jalen Whitlow during the second quarter of the Tigers' game against the Wildcats at Memorial Stadium.

Missouri beat Kentucky 33-10 on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson's performance greatly contributed to the Tigers' Homecoming victory.

PHOTO GALLERY: A chilly day, but a warm Homecoming victory for Missouri

Missouri beat Kentucky on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Fans who attended the game despite chilly conditions celebrated the Tigers' first win in the Southeastern Conference.

MU Black Homecoming's annual step show takes center stage

The MU Black Homecoming step show featured dance performances by nine historically black fraternities and sororities.

Missouri fans relieved, happy about Tigers' first SEC win

Braving the early morning start and cold autumn temperatures was worth it for some Missouri football fans as the Tigers clinched their first Southeastern Conference win against Kentucky.

Franklin helps Missouri football team in first SEC win

Quarterback James Franklin helped lead the Missouri football team to a 33-10 victory over Kentucky.

Missouri fans tweet about early Homecoming morning, cold and football

Missouri fans took to their social media pages to express their excitement about Missouri's 101st Homecoming game. People were excited to be in Columbia, but a little groggy with the early morning start.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri defeats Kentucky at Homecoming game

Missouri defeated Kentucky 33-10 on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Both teams were aiming for their first SEC win at the Tigers' Homecoming game.

Missouri fans wake early to prepare for Homecoming Parade

MU alumni, fans and students braved the early morning cold Saturday to watch the Homecoming Parade, which started at 7 a.m. 

Fans turn out early for Missouri football

Just under two hours before kickoff of the Tigers-Wildcats game, a smaller-than-usual crowd of Missouri fans gathered around the stadium to tailgate.

TIGERS REPORT ARCHIVE: Coverage of Missouri football players' tough inaugural SEC season

We've looked back through the Missourian's archive of coverage available to our digital subscribers about the season so far for the 2012 Missouri Tigers football team.

PHOTO GALLERY: Fans line up early for MU Homecoming Parade

With the game against Kentucky starting at 11 a.m., Missouri fans were up early for a 7 a.m. Homecoming parade.

Hickman football opens playoffs with a win over Timberland

Hickman's victory sets up a Providence Bowl rematch against crosstown rival Rock Bridge next week.

Young rivals become teammates on Missouri men's basketball team

Missouri freshmen Negus Webster-Chan and Stefan Jankovic started off their relationship as rivals in a fourth-grade Canadian youth basketball league.

PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri fans enjoy Homecoming festivities before Kentucky game

Missouri football fans enjoyed the annual Homecoming parade Saturday morning before the Tigers' game against Kentucky.

Missouri Homecoming: Live game-day Twitter conversation

Check out what people are saying on Twitter about Missouri's 101st Homecoming game against Kentucky.

Hickman, Rock Bridge find success at sectional cross country meet

The Kewpies and Bruins will both send runners to next Saturday's state cross-country meet in Jefferson City.

Missouri tennis celebrates Bryan Funk Memorial Court

A ceremony Saturday at the Green Tennis Center dedicated a tennis court in memory of  a member of MU's Phi Delta Theta fraternity who died in 1982. 

Two northeast Columbia apartments robbed early Saturday morning

The Columbia Police Department is looking for three men suspected of robbing two apartments early Saturday morning on Oakland Gravel Road. 

Two Columbia residents arrested on suspicion of producing meth

A press release states Boone County Sheriff's Department deputies found an active methamphetamine lab in a trailer on South Ponderosa Street. 

Candidates for Missouri lieutenant governor express why they should be elected

The Columbia Missourian interviewed three of four candidates running for Missouri's lieutenant governor about why they believe they should hold the office.

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