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  • Numbers to Know: Missouri football after three-loss road trip Posted on 11 November 2019 at 7:00pm

    COLUMBIA - Finding reason for optimism in a shut out is not easy. But true freshman quarterback Connor Bazelak provided some Saturday against Georgia. 

    Bazelak entered Missouri's 27-0 loss in the fourth quarter and immediately produced a 17-play drive. The drive brought Missouri closest that it came to points all day as the drive sputtering on the Georgia four yard line. 
    In that drive, the Tigers gained six first downs with Bazelak on the field. That's more than the five Missouri gained through 10 drives with redshirt sophomore Taylor Powell at quarterback. 
    Powell faced the Bulldogs during the heat of the game, though. Georgia had a 27-0 lead when Bazelak entered the game. 
    It's a small sample size but an encouraging one, nonetheless, for Bazelak's future with the Tigers. 
    That future could be years down the road, or it could be this season, depending on how much the coaching staff values that 17-play drive. 
    And it may be based on need. Bazelak and Powell filled in for starter Kelly Bryant, who missed the game with a hamstring injury. He could return against Florida, but in case he doesn't, Missouri will have to turn to a backup again. 
    Powell is still likely the choice if Bryant can't go, but his efforts Saturday didn't make him the clear cut guy. Maybe, just maybe Bazelak earned himself some more playing time with his efforts Saturday. 
    Here are two more numbers to know: 
    51: Sophomore linebacker Nick Bolton has tallied 51 solo tackles this season, the most of any Southeastern Conference player. He's been a play maker for the Tigers all season, and he turned in another strong effort Saturday against the Bulldogs with nine total tackles, two tackles for loss and Missouri's only sack. 
    26 percent: Missouri's offense has converted on 26 percent of its third down attempts over the three-game losing skid. That's about once every four tries. It would behoove Missouri to improve this number in an overall effort to spark a sputtering offense. 

  • Titans spoil Mahomes' return Posted on 10 November 2019 at 6:19pm

    NASHVILLE - After missing two games to a dislocated kneecap, 2018 MVP Patrick Mahomes returned to the field in the Kansas City Chiefs' 35-32 loss to the Tennessee Titans.

    The Chiefs kept the balling rolling coming out of the gates, going into the second quarter up 10-0, while also forcing a turnover.

  • Missouri football shut out by Georgia Posted on 9 November 2019 at 11:39pm

    ATHENS - The Missouri Tigers lost, 27-0, Saturday night to the Georgia Bulldogs. 

    Unable to find the end zone against the sixth-ranked Bulldogs, Mizzou has now dropped their last three games after being ranked 22nd in the nation just a month ago. 

  • Columbia College advances in AMC soccer tournament Posted on 9 November 2019 at 6:24pm

    COLUMBIA - Columbia College remains undefeated while heading into the second round of its conference tournament. .

    Columbia College Cougars men's soccer team participated in the annual AMC conference tournament. Columbia is 11-0 in conference play and 17-0 overall.

  • Jefferson City beats Rock Bridge in PKs for District title Posted on 7 November 2019 at 11:38pm

    COLUMBIA - The Jefferson City Jays and the Rock Bridge Bruins faced each other Thursday night in the district title game in soccer and it was a rugged match.

    Multiple yellow cards were given out through the game as neither team would back down until the final whistle.

  • Mizzou wrestler heading north Posted on 7 November 2019 at 6:50pm

    COLUMBIA - Former Mizzou wrestler Jaydin Eierman announced Thursday, that he will transfer to the University of  Iowa.

    Eierman is a former Tolton Catholic high school wrestler.

  • St. Louis Blues add to winning streak in Edmonton Posted on 6 November 2019 at 11:31pm

    EDMONTON - The St. Louis Blues won 5-2 against the Edmonton Oilers in their sixth straight win on Wednesday.

    The Oilers were the first to score on a power play by Connor McDavid but the dynamic changed quickly.

  • Missouri Men's Basketball wins 5th straight season opener Posted on 6 November 2019 at 10:46pm

    COLUMBIA - Missouri Men's Basketball started its season with an 82-42 win against Incarnate Word on Wednesday.

    This is the first meeting between the two teams, but Mizzou looked comfortable with junior forward Jeremiah Tilmon on the court. He came into the season with the highest field goal percentage in the SEC. Tilmon also led the team with 12 points in its 43-22 lead at the half in the season opener. Xavier Pinston trailed close behind with 15 points.

  • Mizzou wrestler enters transfer portal Posted on 6 November 2019 at 5:45pm

    COLUMBIA - Jaydin Eierman, a Tolton high school graduate, has decided to enter the transfer portal after taking a redshirt season with Mizzou wrestling.

    In his time at Mizzou, Eierman has already racked up many wins and honors such as his recent 2019 MAC Wrestler of the Year Award.

  • Mizzou Women's Basketball joins watchlist for Player of the Year Posted on 6 November 2019 at 5:21pm

    COLUMBIA - A guard for Mizzou Women's basketball is one of the 50 players on the Women's Citizen Naismith Trophy Watch List.

    Senior Amber Smith made her season debut with 27 point and 15 rebounds to lead the Tigers to an overtime win against Western Illinois.