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NOTEBOOK: Fan started ESPN tradition

Come next week, the Washington State flag will have followed ESPN's "College Gameday" crew to their next location, like it has done for the past five years.

MU swimmers win Show-Me Showdown

In a meet that serves as a warmup, the Tigers men's and women's swimming and diving teams won by comfortable margins.

MU runners compete in Indiana

The Tigers' men's team was 19th and the women's team was 29th Saturday at the Pre-National Invitational in Terre Haute, Ind.

MU tennis players excel

Four Missouri tennis players advanced to championship matches at the New Mexico Invitational in Albuquerque, N.M.

Cougars volleyball splits matches

The Columbia College volleyball team split its two matches Saturday at the Lindenwood University Classic in St. Louis.

MU recruit Moe too much for Kewpies

The Fort Zumwalt West quarterback had six touchdowns and over 400 yards of total offense against an injury-riddled Hickman squad to open district play.

Columbia College plays to draw

The Cougars played solid defense in slowing down Hannibal-LaGrange but could not capitalize on scoring opportunities in a 0-0 game.

Columbia College volleyball wins Friday doubleheader

The Cougars extended their win streak to nine matches.

Daniel stayed true to his Tigers commitment

When top quarterback recruit Ryan Perrilloux changed his mind and committed to LSU instead of Texas, the Longhorns made a late run at Chase Daniel. Missouri quarterbacks coach David Yost doesn't like to think what might have happened if Daniel went to Texas.

Tigers still eyeing football title, for now

If the MU football team's mission is to get to the national championship game, the mission could be over before it starts if the Tigers aren’t able to go down to Austin, Texas and defeat the top-ranked Longhorns.

Rock Bridge player eats to improve his football success

Bruins junior Stuart Eiken says he eats 7,000 calories a day in an effort to add weight for football. He is second on the team in rushing yards.

Multi-position football players necessary for Hickman

Injuries and the lack of players have played a role in forcing the Hickman football team to play around a dozen players on both sides of the football.

Big volleyball weekend ahead for Columbia and Stephens colleges

Both teams are looking to prove themselves this weekend, but in different ways. The Cougars want to build on an already successful season, while the Stars want to improve the team's confidence.

MU swimming debuts cheering section

H-ZOU-O, the new student cheering section for the Missouri swimming and diving teams, debuts Saturday at the Tigers' Show-Me Showdown meet at the Mizzou Aquatic Center at the MU Student Recreational Complex.

Tigers have mixed feelings on Texas trip

Missouri has 28 players traveling to play at the school that rejected them as recruits coming out of high school

MU volleyball team defeats Kansas

MU volleyball coach Wayne Kreklow said the Tigers' victory Wednesday over the Jayhawks was "a biggie" for making the NCAA tournament.

Hickman wins softball sectional

The Hickman softball team advanced to the quarterfinals of the Class 4 state softball tournament Wednesday with a 7-1 victory over Wentzville-Holt.

Newcomers add to MU basketball team's hopes

Five freshman and a junior college transfer join Zaire Taylor, who redshirted last season after transferring from Delaware, in their debuts for the Missouri men's basketball team this season.

Bruins' trainer busy helping athletes

Greg Nagel, the athletic trainer for Rock Bridge High School, works closely with the Bruins athletes, which means treating dozens of athletes a day.

Tigers golfers fifth at New Mexico tournament

The Missouri women's golf team was fifth out of 17 teams Wednesday at the Price's Give `em Five Intercollegiate tournament in Las Cruces, N.M.

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