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Ryder Cup all but decided

All the Americans can hope for now is a repeat of Brookline, the greatest comeback in Ryder Cup history.

Flying under the radar

Smith’s performances against Nebraska in 2003 and 2005 are immortalized in poster-form at many bars in the city. Even though he used up his collegiate eligibility last season, Missouri football jerseys with his No. 16 are a common sight around town.

Buffs blow game late

ATHENS, Ga. — Freshman quarterback Joe Cox rescued No. 9 Georgia with two fourth quarter touchdown passes — the second a 20-yarder with 46 seconds left — and the Bulldogs beat winless Colorado 14-13 on Saturday.

Bruins’ backs shine

Rock Bridge running back Scott Concannon gets most of the team’s carries. But he’s happy to have company in the backfield.

Lures reel in collectors

Mike Jones, a young sales associate at Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, stands among the legion of lures precisely placed in rows and columns. Fluorescent orange and neon green stickers characterize one piece as a “floater”, or announces that another “suspends.” Slogans challenge consumers to “entice your fish” or “set yourself apart.”

Missouri hoping to reverse slide

The No. 14 ranked Missouri Tiger soccer team will conclude its nonconference schedule today against the Illinois State Redbirds. The Tigers and Redbirds will be meeting for the first time. Illinois State’s (3-3-2, 0-0-0) match against the St. Louis University Billikens was postponed on Friday night because of lightning.

Final nonconference foe looms

It hasn’t happened yet. Saturday is the last test.

Game plan won’t vary after MU’s first loss

The Missouri soccer team had, by all accounts, overachieved in its first eight games of the season. After being picked to finish eighth in the Big 12 Conference in a preseason media poll, the Tigers earned a national ranking and won seven straight games.

Happy find

The newcomer knew the most dramatic way to introduce himself to the crowd.

Coaches want Heath to get touches

Rob Heath did not beg his mother to let him play football. She begged him to play.

Putting problems pain Bruins

The scores started coming in for Rock Bridge at the William Woods Tournament on Tuesday at Tanglewood Golf Course, and coach Melissa Melahn was feeling good. Senior Anna Coil fired a 10-over-par 82 to tie for fourth place individually and Molly Ramsey carded a personal-best 95 to lead the Bruins. Danielle Kellar and Allison Coffelt also shot 95s, helping Rock Bridge to a team total of 367, one of the team’s better 18-hole scores of the season.

Starting fuels Fernandes

After mostly coming off the bench in the beginning of the season, Marcos Fernandes is back in the starting rotation and showing that he wants to stay there.

Tough test for Ohio

The Missouri football team ranks No. 2 in total defense and sacks in the nation, and defensive end Brian Smith leads the nation with six sacks.

Elbow injury doesn’t stop Tinoisamoa

ST. LOUIS — St. Louis Rams’ linebacker Pisa Tinoisamoa sounded a lot more confident than his coach about his chances of playing with a dislocated elbow.

Home run sinks Cards

MILWAUKEE — Geoff Jenkins saw the sign begging the Brewers to keep him, then stated his case.

Chided replay official takes leave for year

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. — The instant replay official whose failure to overturn a bad call helped Oregon beat Oklahoma has been granted a leave of absence for the rest of the football season by the Pac-10.

Rose apologizes on signed balls

CINCINNATI — For the right price, Pete Rose is willing to write on a baseball that he’s sorry.

Bell to take leave from Royals

KANSAS CITY — Kelvim Escobar combined with two relievers on a five-hitter and Orlando Cabrera drove in three runs Wednesday night in the Los Angeles Angels’ 3-0 victory over the Kansas City Royals, who learned manager Buddy Bell will be taking a leave of absence for medical tests.

Warner savors past with Rams

ST. LOUIS — Kurt Warner remembers a time when points were easy to come by for the St. Louis Rams. But these days, with his former team scrambling for points, the Arizona Cardinals’ quarterback says he has an even greater appreciation of the franchise’s glory days.

Cornerback exudes confidence

If nothing else, Domonique Johnson certainly has swagger.

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