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Missouri football boasts 'high energy' in 51-28 attack on Vanderbilt

The Missouri football team and its fans traveled to Nashville, Tenn., for the team's first conference game of the season. The Tigers remained undefeated with the 51-28 against Vanderbilt.

The Tigers ruined homecoming in Nashville thanks to a near-perfect performance from James Franklin and the offense. Missouri is now 1-0 in the SEC after its dominating 51-28 win.

On Vanderbilt campus, tradition isolated from Music City

Vanderbilt is building its own tradition, and it's separate from downtown Nashville.

Missouri football stunts Vanderbilt's progress in lopsided win

Vanderbilt's football program is making progress. But on Saturday night, nothing could get in Missouri's way as it continued its fastest start to a season since 2010.

LIVE PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri vs. Vanderbilt

The Missouri Tigers football team defeated the Vanderbilt Commodores 51-28 Saturday in Nashville, Tenn. Check here for images from inside and outside the stadium.

Helias trounces Rock Bridge football 59-21

Rock Bridge senior receiver Zach Reuter was a bright spot, scoring two of the three Bruins' touchdowns.

Columbia College's Ojo sets herself up for success

Senior middle hitter Trinity Ojo started volleyball late and overcame what she calls a "strange" background to be a successful student and player. 

Missouri football fans make impressive showing in Nashville

Saturday was Homecoming at Vanderbilt University, but the majority of the pregame crowd represented a different school.

At Citizen Jane Film Festival, director Jillian Schlesinger shares her inspirations

The creator of "Maidentrip" talks filmmaking, her favorite directors and the Citizen Jane Film Festival. Sunday is the final day of the annual event.

5K brings color to Stephens Lake Park

More than 1,000 people came out for Columbia's first Color Dash on Saturday. The 5,000-meter run raised $7,000 for the Central Missouri Humane Society.

Local diner raising money for Columbia woman killed in car crash

The 63 Diner is giving Saturday and Sunday's proceeds to the family of Heather Cole, who died Friday after a car crash on Interstate 70. Her passenger remained in critical condition Saturday.

Rainy-day bike ride benefits families at Ronald McDonald House

Melissa Bass relied on the Ronald McDonald House when her son was born premature. Now she volunteers at the Show-Me 100 Bike Ride, which benefits the new house near the MU Women's and Children's Hospital.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Cyclists also bear responsibility on the road

Bikers have a responsibility to follow the laws and rules of the road, just as drivers do.

Boone County deputy attacked while making drunken-driving arrest

A drunken-driving arrest ended with an attack on a Boone County sheriff's deputy Friday evening. Rex Barstow and Patricia Basurto, both of Ashland, face multiple charges.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Blunt's actions show little regard for Missourians

By voting “yes” to cloture then “no” to adding back in Obamacare language, Senator Blunt has made clear his one true goal: To make a career of being Senator and to protect his job at all costs.

Rock Bridge volleyball rolls to tournament title

The Bruins brought their record to 21-2 after winning the Troy Invitational on Saturday.

PHOTO GALLERY: Hootenanny hoots and hollers after a Saturday rainstorm

Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture's event, beyond being a fundraiser, aimed to celebrate and expand knowledge of locally grown food.

Hot start helps Columbia College men's soccer win on the road

The Cougars won their fourth straight match by topping Mid-Continent (Ky.) University 4-2 on the road Saturday afternoon.

TIGERS REPORT LIVE: Missouri vs. Vanderbilt

The Missouri Tigers football team defeated the Vanderbilt Commodores 51-28 in Nashville, Tenn. The Missourian played score updates and social media posts during the game.

Cut gas line closes portion of Sam's Club

Workers evacuated part of the Conley Road location Saturday morning after a cut gas line started a leak. Columbia police are investigating the incident.

John Young showed love to family through work

John Overton Young, 84, taught his children and grandchildren the value of working hard and how to truly pay attention to people. Mr. Young died Sunday, Sept. 29.

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