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The Big Show: Dan Wolken

Dan Wolken of USA Today tells us whether he thinks the end of the Big 12 Conference is in sight after they chose not to expand, and offers thoughts on Mizzou Football and where it stands compared to SEC peers.

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The Big Show: Bill Connelly

Bill Connelly of SB Nation and Rock M Nation joined us to discuss Mizzou’s defeat at Florida and how the Tigers can still salvage a bowl game berth in 2016.

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The Sports Wire: Dan Szymborski

Dan Szymborski of ESPN.com joined us to discuss the wild NLDS Game 5 between the Dodgers & Nationals. What’s ahead in the ALCS and NLCS. And do the Cardinals and Royals need to do this offseason.

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The Big Show: Gabe DeArmond

Gabe DeArmond of Power Mizzou joined us to discuss Mizzou Football’s upcoming matchup with Florida and what should the expectations going forward should be.

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All Purpose Football Podcast: Week 6

The Week 6 version of The All Purpose Football Podcast is live! Jeff and John pick which 1 or no loss team is the league’s best. And which team with a losing record is most likely to turn it around. What should Dallas with Dak when Romo is healthy and as always our picks for Week 6.

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The Big Show: Tod Palmer

Tod Palmer of the KC Star joined us to breakdown Mizzou’s match up against Florida. Will the defense bounce back after a difficult start to the season and more.

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The Big Show: Greg Wyshynski

Greg Wyshynski from the Puck Daddy Blog on Yahoo! Sports joined The Big Show to preview the 2016-2017 for the St. Louis Blues and who the under the radar team in the NHL will be this season.

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The Big Show: Eric Edholm

Yahoo! Sports’ Eric Edholm diagnoses what’s wrong with Kansas City, tells us who’s impressed him early in the NFL season, and explains why the Panthers are in trouble.

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The Big Show: Will Carroll

Our injury expert, Will Carroll of the Cox Media Group, tells us about Cam Newton’s concussion problem, Luke Del Rio’s potential limitations against Mizzou, and why Latavius Murray might not run against Kansas City on Sunday.  

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