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Hickman football looks to snap out of losing streak

The Kewpies football team hasn't lost seven consecutive games in one season since 1948, the second year of longtime coach Bob Roark. 

'SEC Nation' show coming to MU for Kentucky game

The college football pre-game show features former SEC players Tim Tebow and Marcus Spears. MU will be the 11th campus SEC Nation has visited this season. 

TIGER KICKOFF: Toddlers to Tigers: Maty Mauk was always at his father's side

Missouri's quarterback loved spending time with his father on road trips. Maty Mauk always made sure to share his milkshake. 

The long road to Missouri high school football's Show-Me Bowl

The Missouri State High School Activities Association football playoffs are approaching, and the seeding used in the district tournaments is complicated.

Battle football's Brevinn Tyler shows more promise in second year

Although Battle relies on its running game, its sophomore quarterback has grown into his role.

Cardinals, Royals built with homegrown players

Building largely from within in the free-agent era, St. Louis topped the 10 postseason teams with 17 homegrown players on its 25-man division-series roster. Among the postseason teams, Kansas City is second with 13 homegrown players.

Carpenter leads Cardinals' power surge into NLCS

Matt Carpenter became a high-end leadoff man because of his smarts, production and ability to work counts. Now, add bat to be feared. The lefty swinging third baseman led the St. Louis Cardinals' sudden power surge in the NL Division Series, ending some of the chatter about the team's season-long, long-ball shortage.

 

Royals, Orioles: A study in contrasting offenses

The surprising Kansas City Royals and unflappable Baltimore Orioles are extremely similar with one significant exception: the fashion in which they score runs. The team that best utilizes its standard method of offense will likely win the best-of-seven AL Championship Series, which begins Friday night.

Missouri football's Hunt, White hope to challenge Georgia secondary

Head coach Gary Pinkel said there is a "greater than 50 percent chance" the Tigers' top two recieving threats will play Saturday against the Bulldogs. Both missed Missouri's win over South Carolina on Sept. 27 with injuries.

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

From a bulldog mausoleum to a record-breaking number of streakers — what you haven't heard about Missouri football's next opponent, Georgia.

Rock Bridge volleyball gets 20th win against Battle

Rock Bridge volleyball beat in-town rival Battle in two sets Wednesday night.  

Kentrell Brothers brings experience to Missouri football

Missouri linebacker Kentrell Brothers has played consistently on the weak side for Missouri. He was the only linebacker to start every game last season. 

Defensive errors end season for Tolton softball

Outs were sometimes hard to come by in Tolton's 14-4 defeat in the Class 2, District 11 Tournament.

Columbia College volleyball falls to Park University

The loss brings the No. 13 Cougars to 20-4 on the season.

Columbia College women's soccer wins fifth straight conference game

Columbia College outshoots William Woods University, 24-8.

Columbia College men's soccer fights to 0-0 tie

The Columbia College mens soccer team's game with William Woods University ended in a 0-0 tie Wednesday.

Rock Bridge High School softball advances behind Helen Trice

Helen Trice threw a complete game to advance the Bruins to the semifinals, where they will face 25-1 Blue Springs.

Breaking down Missouri volleyball's strengths and weaknesses

With their fifth conference match approaching, the Tigers need to find consistency now more than ever.

 

Billy Butler, Alex Gordon relish Royals' postseason success

It's been a challenging road filled with pitfalls and potholes, and more than once it looked as though neither Billy Butler nor Alex Gordon would see the fruits of their labor. Now the Royals are set to open the best-of-seven American League Championship Series on Friday.

 

Homegrown talent key to NLCS for Cardinals

A class of young recruits has replenished the team.

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