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Parking lots not a ticket-free zone for Missouri football players

Missouri football players have to put up with parking tickets like the rest of us. Some tweeted their displeasure about receiving parking tickets outside their training complex this week. 

Kewpies staying tough after rough start

When commenting on his team's 0-3 start, Hickman High School coach Arnel Monroe said, "Men lie. Tape doesn't. Bottom line."

Three local schools earn athletic training award

Hickman, Rock Bridge and Battle high schools were honored for excellence in student athlete safety.

Battle football looking to matchup with Excelsior Springs

Second-year program feels poised to rebound from its loss at Rock Bridge on Friday.

Missouri passing game looks to target tight end Culkin more

“To me, Sean is really not a tight end,” receiver Darius White said. “He’s another wide receiver out there. He’s got hands like a wide receiver.”

Missouri volleyball: 5 things learned so far from this season

The defending Southeastern Conference champions are 4-4 after falling to Saint Louis University on Tuesday. At this point last year, the Tigers had a nation-best 8-0 record and remained undefeated throughout the regular season.

AP: Source says Rice video sent to NFL

A law enforcement official says he sent a video of Ray Rice punching his then-fiancee to an NFL executive five months ago, while league executives have insisted they didn't see the violent images until this week.

Shields shuts down Tigers as Royals win 3-0

Shields allowed two hits over seven innings in another terrific performance, and Kansas City edged Detroit 3-0 on Wednesday night to take a one-game lead over the Tigers atop the AL Central.

Simon uses arm, bat to lift Reds over Cardinals

The Reds starter doubled on the first pitch of his first at bat and then swung at the first pitch of his second plate appearance before slashing another two-bagger that drove in the go-ahead run of a 4-2 Reds win on Wednesday night.

Minus two star players, Rams get back to work

As bad as the bottom line appears from a 34-6 blowout to the Vikings at home, players believe one good week will make it all better. Still, they will be using that whipping as motivation.

Bowe, new additions give Chiefs new look in Week 2

Wide receiver Dwayne Bowe made his much-needed return to the Kansas City Chiefs' practice field Wednesday after serving his weeklong suspension following an arrest last November.

New crop of talented SEC quarterbacks emerge

A new crop of quarterbacks — including Missouri's Maty Mauk — are faring just fine on the football field in 2014. Their numbers look a whole lot like the stats their predecessors piled up last year.

Missouri volleyball lacks energy in five-set loss to SLU

After getting off to a shaky 2014 season, Missouri volleyball coach Wayne Kreklow lamented his team's lack of energy in a five-set loss to Saint Louis on Tuesday at Hearnes Center.

Missouri football's senior receivers are no talk, all action

Jimmie Hunt, Bud Sasser and Darius White are, on the whole, some of the most humble personalities on the team. But they don't lack confidence; they just prefer to make their statements on the field.

Rock Bridge soccer rolls past Battle in historic matchup

The Rock Bridge High School boys soccer team defeated visiting Muriel Williams Battle High School in the first game between the teams.

Stephens College volleyball uses height to earn second consecutive win

The Stephens College volleyball team took control of the front line in a sweep of Central Christian College of the Bible.

Stephens College volleyball earns fourth win in five matches with sweep

Halan Mann had 11 kills and Suhey Campos had 19 digs as the Stephens College volleyball team won its second consecutive match. 

Missouri football wants J'Mon Moore to break out

Redshirt freshman receiver J'Mon Moore hasn't registered a catch yet this season. But his quarterback and coach expect big things from him down the road. 

Columbia College volleyball maintains perfect record

Senior Paula Rosa had a team-high 25 kills, including the match winner.

MU's first openly gay athlete inspires former college coach

Former University of Memphis cross country and track coach Greg Russell said he found inspiration to come out as gay from the story of Greg DeStephen, MU's first openly gay athlete.

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