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  1. ESPN.com’s Powers Talks Tiger Hoops

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    ESPN.com College Basketball reporter Scott Powers joined the Big Show after Christmas to talk about Missouri’s win over Illinois. (more…)

     
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  2. What Was Best Sports Gift You Ever Recieved?

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    What a great reaction from this guy as he was given tickets to NCAA Title Game to see Alabama take on Notre Dame. What was the best sports gift you ever recieved? (more…)

  3. Bowers Named SEC Player of the Week

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    Missouri forward Laurence Bowers became the first Tiger to win SEC Men’s Basketball Player of the Week for his past week’s efforts. (more…)

  4. Chiefs Fall on Late Luck TD

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    Andrew Luck’s fourth-quarter touchdown pass sent the Chiefs to their 13th loss, 20-13, on Sunday. (more…)

  5. Rams Win Despite Getting Eliminated

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    The St. Louis Rams did their part in a 28-13 win over Tampa Bay, but ended the day eliminated from playoff contention. (more…)

  6. Tigers Retain Braggin Rights

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    The Fighting Illini made things interesting down the stretch, but Mizzou found a way pull away in the end. (more…)

  7. ESPN’s Jimmy Dykes Joins the Big Show

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    No one will have a better seat for the Braggin Rights Game than the man calling the game for ESPN. (more…)

     
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  8. Gary Parrish Talks Braggin’ Rights with Big Show

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    CBSSports.com reporter Gary Parrish joined us from St. Louis to talk about Missouri and Illinois squaring off in the Braggin’ Rights Game. (more…)

     
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  9. Winthrop Coach with Emotional Message

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    Winthrop Coach Pat Kelsey used his platform to deliver a message. (more…)

  10. Mizzou Women Win Sixth Straight

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    It wasn’t the same kind of offensive fireworks, but the Missouri women got it done again. (more…)