This is it. This is the game fans have been fearing all year. Johnny Manziel, one of the best quarterbacks in college football will come to Columbia to take on the stout Missouri Tigers defense. But now, this game has bigger implications. This game is the one thing standing in Missouri’s way from reaching the SEC Championship game.
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BROOKLYN – This is Jason Kidd’s first year coaching in the NBA and he may have taught veteran head coaches a new trick. Read the rest of this entry
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CLEVELAND – The Cleveland Cavaliers are planning to build a contender and it looks like Dion Waiters isn’t a part of the plan. The team is reportedly shopping the second year shooting guard to multiple clubs. ESPN’s Chris Broussard first reported the ongoing negotiations the Cavaliers are having with teams.
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CHARLOTTE – When the Charlotte Bobcats decided to change their team name, they decided to take back their old name: Hornets. Now, they’re taking back the colors as well.
The Missouri Tigers control their own destiny. Whether it’s the SEC East or the BCS, Missouri’s play in the next few games determines which games they play in to end the season.
Quick game recap I wrote right after covering this game. Enjoy.
COLUMBIA – The Rock Bridge football team started the postseason with a 4-5 record. Now, they are 8-5 and headed to St. Louis to play in the Class 6 State Championship.
DETROIT, MI – Make that two former Tigers playing for the Tigers.
Former Missouri Tigers baseball player Ian Kinsler has been traded from the Texas Rangers to the Detroit Tigers in exchange for first baseman Prince Fielder as reported by Baseball Insider Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. The deal is currently pending physicals. Fielder is expected to waive his no-trade clause to let this deal go through.
COLUMBIA – Missouri football head coach Gary Pinkel has been named a semifinalist for the 2013 Maxwell Football Club Collegiate Coach of the Year.
ST. LOUIS – After failing to return to the mound during the 2013 season, Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter has told Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that he will officially retire.
KANSAS CITY – The NFL has announced current standings for Pro Bowl votes and Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles is the top vote getter for running backs. Overall, Charles only trails quarterbacks Peyton Manning and Drew Brees in total votes. Charles has 453,761 votes total.