Archive | March, 2012

Tailgaters Episode 17

Hosts Molly and Eric check out the playlist of Brian Scalebrine, Javale McGee and Dwight Howard with #NowPlaying before celebrity guest Kyle Kurfirst drops by to give his sports knowledge. Then we wrap up with Eric’s March Sadness of a Read the rest

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‘My Favorite Thing is to Write and Tell Jokes’: Seth Meyers Interviewed

Monday, March 19 –

Seth Meyers is taking over America one college campus at a time and stopped to talk to us during his time at Mizzou.

Born in Evanston, Illinois, Meyers has quickly become one of the most influential … Read the rest

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Tigers Take Down Jayhawks in Game One of Doubleheader, 5-0

Sunday, March 18 –

In the midst of an offensive rampage that regularly includes performances of double-digit runs, mercy rules and home runs, the Missouri softball team found a way to win easily despite only seven hits and two extra … Read the rest

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Poor Pitching and Sloppy Fielding Snap Tigers’ Win Streak

Sunday, March 18-

Missouri headed into Sunday’s matchup with High Point riding a ten-game win streak and hoping to sweep the Panthers.

A tough 13-7 loss snapped the Tigers winning streak, but with the two victories on Friday and Saturday, … Read the rest

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Tigers End the Border War’s Softball Battle with a Bang

Sunday, March 18 –

After defeating the Kansas Jayhawks (20-5) earlier in the day 5-0, the No. 12 Missouri Tigers (20-3) softball team defeated their longtime rivals for what could be the final time, as they concluded the Border War … Read the rest

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No. 8 Texas Defeats No. 56 Missouri 5-2 in Tennis Matchup

Sunday, March 18 –

The No. 8 Longhorn tennis team exerted their dominance over the No. 56 Tigers on Sunday at the Green Tennis Center, coming away with a 5-2 victory.

It didn’t come easy, but ultimately, Texas nearly defeated … Read the rest

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It Was The Blake Show In Mizzou Win

Saturday, March 17 –

No, it wasn’t Blake Griffen, but it was Blake Holovach and Blake Brown.

Holovach pitched a gem for the Tigers, throwing his first career complete game. Meanwhile, Brown was powering the offense in the Tigers’ 4-0 … Read the rest

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MU Breaks World Record in 2012 Relay for Life

Friday, March 16 – Saturday, March 17 –

The ninth annual American Cancer Society Relay For Life hosted at the Mizzou Recreation Complex raised $80,041 over the weekend of March 16.

The funds raised support the society’s mission of saving … Read the rest

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Norfolk St. Completes Historic Upset, Stuns Mizzou

Thursday, March 16 –

In the history of the NCAA tournament, only four No. 15 seeds have taken down a No. 2 seed. The last time was over a decade ago, when Hampton stunned Iowa State in 2001.

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Baseball Stays Undefeated at Home

Friday, March 16 –

The Missouri Tigers remained undefeated at Taylor Stadium this season, defeating the High Point Panthers and ending the game on a high point.

Rob Zastryzny took the mound for the Tigers, with the workhorse looking for … Read the rest

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