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  • Defending champion Blues found trouble in bubble Posted on 22 August 2020 at 10:17am

    EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — The defending Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues were managing their pursuit of a repeat well, carrying the best record in the Western Conference with largely the same roster.

    Then the global pandemic put the NHL on pause. When the Blues reconvened in Edmonton, they found nothing but trouble in the bubble. St. Louis was eliminated in six games in the first round by the younger, faster and apparently hungrier Vancouver Canucks.

  • Amid COVID-19 concerns, football essential to Mizzou athletics budget Posted on 20 August 2020 at 4:04pm

    COLUMBIA - The SEC and MU's season begins on September 26 amid COVID-19-related concerns, but there's more on the line than the health of student athletes, staff and fans.

    Mizzou Athletics recently announced that attendance at home football games will be limited to 25% of the stands at Faurot Field. It was good news for fans hoping to attend games at Faurot Field. However, it will do little to mitigate the financial loss the university will suffer as of COVID-19-related cutbacks and changes.

  • SEC releases 2020 football schedule, Missouri football will kick off hosting Alabama Posted on 17 August 2020 at 7:56pm

    COLUMBIA - The SEC released the conference only 2020 schedule on Monday.

    MU will kick off its season against quite the opponent.

  • KC Chiefs to reduce capacity to 22 percent Posted on 17 August 2020 at 7:45pm

    KANSAS CITY - The NFL reported the Kansas City Chiefs have finalized plans to host games with around 22 percent capacity.

    The start of the 2020 season in September will have a fraction of the fans. The team announced the reduction on Monday.

  • Faurot Field capacity set to 25% ahead of 2020 football season Posted on 17 August 2020 at 6:51pm

    COLUMBIA - Mizzou Athletics announced Faurot Field's stadium capacity will be set to 25% ahead of the 2020 football season.

    The reduction of people in the stadium follows CDC social distancing guidelines.

  • They're still here: Cardinals back after long virus absence Posted on 15 August 2020 at 4:18pm

    CHICAGO (AP) — The St. Louis Cardinals are back.

    They have returned to the field for the first time in 17 days after their season was derailed by a coronavirus outbreak.

  • Canucks beat Blues 4-3 in OT to take 2-0 series lead Posted on 15 August 2020 at 10:10am

    EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — Bo Horvat scored on a breakaway at 5:55 of overtime Friday night to give the Vancouver Canucks a 4-3 victory over the defending champion St. Louis Blues and a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference series.

    Horvat took a stretch pass from Quinn Hughes and chipped the puck through Jordan Binnington’s legs. Game 3 of the best-of seven series is Sunday. St. Louis overcame a 3-1 deficit in the third period to tie it, with Jaden Schwartz tying it with eight seconds left.

  • New Major League Soccer team will be called St. Louis City SC Posted on 14 August 2020 at 11:23am

    ST. LOUIS — The newest Major League Soccer team will be called St. Louis City SC when it debuts in 2023, team officials announced Thursday.

    The team’s name and logo were unveiled nearly a year after the city was given an MLS franchise. St. Louis City SC and Sacramento will be the 29th and 30th teams when they begin play. The name was selected from more than 6,000 submissions.

  • NCAA cancels fall championships as major football marches on Posted on 13 August 2020 at 7:10pm

    (AP) - The NCAA will not conduct fall championship events - a move that does not effect major college football - because not enough schools are competing in sports such as men’s and women’s soccer and women’s volleyball.

    NCAA President Mark Emmert made the announcement in video posted on Twitter, but it has been clear this was coming. Emmert said the NCAA will try to stage the fall sports championships in the winter and spring.

  • Dylan Hair picks up where his brothers left off as Blair Oaks' quarterback Posted on 13 August 2020 at 6:34pm

    WARDSVILLE - For the eighth consecutive season, Blair Oaks will start a Hair brother at quarterback this fall.

    From 2013-2015, it was Jordan Hair leading the Falcons. His little brother Nolan Hair took over in 2016 and led the Falcons to a state championship as a senior in 2018.