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UPDATE: Game winning drive propels Battle football to district title game

The Battle Spartans defeated the Waynesville Tigers 21-17 on Friday, and will move on to the district final against Camdenton High School next week.

Battle gave up a 98-yard scoring drive to Waynesville with less than three minutes to go in the fourth quarter to fall behind 17-14. The Spartans then drove the ball to the 4 yard line where Nash Sutherlin ran in the winning touchdown with 41 seconds remaining.

Carly Kan's defense leads Missouri volleyball to 3-0 sweep of Arkansas

Kan recorded her SEC-leading 15th double-double in the win.

Missouri football: 4 notes about the Kentucky Wildcats

Missouri looks for a third straight win this seasonagainst a rising program that could become bowl eligible for the first time since 2010.

Missouri swimmer Carter Griffin excited to swim for Team USA

On Thursday, USA swimming announced Griffin will swim for the team in the Pan American Games on June 11 in Toronto.

Missouri swimming and diving's dual meet prepares team for rest of season

The men's and women's swimming and diving teams excelled in Friday's dual meet against Missouri State as they prepare for conference schedules.

Columbia College volleyball wins 10th straight match

The win marked the Cougars' (30-4, 8-2 American Midwest Conference) 10th straight victory.

Jets concerned about stopping Chiefs' Charles

The Kansas City Chiefs' workhorse has the best rushing average (5.52 yards) in the history of the league, even better than Hall of Famer Jim Brown, whose career average was 5.22 yards per carry. That alone says a lot.

Robinson ready to step in at left tackle for Rams

The 6-foot-5, 332-pound Robinson just made his first start of the season in the Rams' fifth game, which was against San Francisco. He played left guard in that game against the 49ers. In last week's 34-7 loss to the Chiefs, veteran left tackle Jake Long tore the same ACL he did in 2013 and he is out.

Military appreciation day features ROTC Hall of Fame, name for new cannon

Missouri football will celebrate the nation's military during Saturday's game against Kentucky. Among the festivities are a ROTC Hall of Fame induction ceremony and the reveal of a name for the new ROTC cannon.

TIGER KICKOFF: Markus Golden went against the grain to emerge a Missouri football captain

The path to Missouri was far from clear for the Tigers' senior defensive end. 

TIGER KICKOFF: Shane Ray uses dark past to fuel bright future

Missouri's star defensive end has surpassed his father's career in almost every measurable way. But Wendell Ray's absence hurt him growing up. 

As Columbia's last football team standing, Battle prepares for Waynesville

Despite having the newest football program in Columbia, Battle is the last one standing.

Missouri soccer's Pink Out victory has special meaning for one family

Missouri earned a first-round bye in next week's Southeastern Conference tournament with a 2-1 victory against Arkansas.

Missouri swimmer named to 2015 Pan American Games

Missouri sophomore swimmer Carter Griffin was named to the U.S. roster Thursday and will compete in the 100- and 200-meter backstroke at the 2015 Pan American Games.

Missouri football placing more trust in freshman Witter

Freshman running back Ish Witter could soon emerge as a key player in Missouri’s offense. Will more responsibility for Witter spark the Tigers?

SEC Nation comes to Columbia

The SEC Network's Saturday pre-game show will broadcast from Francis Quadrangle at MU ahead of the Tigers' game against Kentucky.

TIGER KICKOFF: 10 things you didn't know about Kentucky

As a state — oops, commonwealth — Kentucky is best known for its horse racing and bourbon. But the University of Kentucky football program has some fame of its own.

TIGER KICKOFF: Fast Five, Halloween edition

We asked MU football players about their favorite Halloween costumes and who they think is the scariest coach at MU.

TIGER KICKOFF: Toddlers to Tigers: Christian Brinser supported the Royals from a young age

Christian Brinser's youth baseball team was called the Royals. He is one of many Tigers who rooted for the Kansas City club during this year's World Series.

Disappointed Rock Bridge football knows best is yet to come

A high-scoring defeat against Ft. Zumwalt West High School ended the Rock Bridge High School football season. But its coach and star player know that another opportunity to strike awaits them next season.

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