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Mizzou Softball Sweeps, Baseball Takes 2 of 3 In SEC Play

The MU Softball team took all three games of a weekend series at Auburn and the Tiger Baseball squad snared 2 of 3 at Kentucky. (more…)

Kevin Harvick Takes Checkered Flag, Carl Edwards Finishes 13th

The Bojangle's Southern 500 was under the lights and saw Kevin Harvick make a late pass to beat Dale Earnhardt Jr. to the finish line. Columbia's Carl Edwards started 21st and finished 13th. (more…)

Blues Finish Season With Six Straight Defeats

The Blues surrendered the Central Division to Colorado with a 6 game skid to end the season. 6 of the teams 12 starting forward are all out with various injuries and now they will match up with the Chicago Blackhawks ...Read More

The Day After: Mizzou Adjusts To Life Without Green-Beckham

The Missouri football team held its second Spring scrimmage on the day after Gary Pinkel dismissed WR Dorial Green-Beckham. (more…)

Will & Matt Hangout with Bill Pollock

The Big Show boys have their weekly conversation with Bill Pollock of the Missourinet. (more…)

Blues Skid Hits 4, Oshie Hurt

The Blues are in free fall with two games remaining in the regular season. Their fourth loss in a row was a costly 4-2 affair in Minnesota. (more…)

Price Kicked Off Mizzou Basketball Team

Missouri Head Basketball Coach Frank Haith has dismissed F Zach Price, who Columbia Police arrested twice in one day last week. (more…)

CPD Will Not Arrest Green-Beckham

Columbia Police will not arrest Mizzou WR Dorial Green-Beckham after completing its investigation of an alleged burglary Sunday morning. (more…)

Independence, MO Set To Host Women’s NAIA Basketball Championships

The NAIA and The Independence Tourism Department announced that the NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championships will be played at Independence Events Center for 2015 & 2016. (more…)

Cards Bats Silent In 4-0 Loss

The Cards fans at Busch were ready to wave their red brooms in the face of Brandon Phillips and the Reds but Mike Leake made sure the brooms were as silent as the Cardinals bats were on Wednesday. (more…)