Archive | January, 2013

No. 22 Mizzou Overcomes 13-point Deficit, Downs Gamecocks

Mitch Urban has all the highlights from Missouri’s hard fought battle against South Carolina in basketball.

Tuesday, Jan. 22-

The Missouri Tigers (14-4) were looking for a bounce back game after losing by 30 points to No. 8 Florida. The … Read the rest

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Golden Globes Fashion: Dressed to Impress

Tuesday, Jan. 22-

The Golden Globes Awards were held on January 14th, but who won the awards was the last thing on people’s minds. Some of the stars came out dressed to impress and some came dressed very depressed.

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No. 3 Florida Edges Mizzou Gymnastics

Friday, Jan .18-

While their first SEC road meet did not turn into a win for the Tigers, the women’s gymnastics team did post a season-high score. Mizzou fell to the No. 3 Florida Gators on Friday, 197.300 to 194.625 … Read the rest

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Records Shatter at Missouri Invitational

Friday, Jan. 18-

The Missouri Tigers started off their 2013 season in the Missouri Invitational on Friday. The team left the invite with 17 personal bests, seven top ten marks and four stand out performances.

Senior Malcolm Pennix initiated the … Read the rest

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Review: ‘The Carrie Diaries’ Premiere

Thursday, Jan. 17-

“The Carrie Diaries” had its season debut this week on the CW network. The series is intended to be a prequel to the hit show, “Sex and the City”. Any fan can attest to how fabulous and … Read the rest

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No. 17 Missouri Pulls Away From Georgia

Wednesday, Jan. 16-

After suffering a 15-point defeat at Ole Miss, the No. 17 Missouri men’s basketball team got back on track with a 79-62 victory over the visiting Georgia Bulldogs. Guards Jabari Brown and Earnest Ross each tallied 15 … Read the rest

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Lady Tigers Overmatched By Kentucky

Sunday, Jan. 13-

The Kentucky Wildcats controlled the game from beginning to end on Sunday, as they beat the Missouri Tigers 69-43 at Mizzou Arena.

The Tigers three-point shooting was little help against the Wildcats. For a team that shoots … Read the rest

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Ole Miss Dismantles No. 10 Mizzou

Saturday, Jan. 12-

On a night most sports fans were tuned into the NFL playoffs, the No. 10 Missouri Tigers (12-3, 1-1 SEC) got their first taste of SEC road basketball on Saturday, and it was not as delicious as … Read the rest

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Tiger Swimming Crashes the Tide

Saturday, Jan. 12-

Both of Missouri’s swimming and diving teams, men and women, made a splash Saturday as they each earned victories over Alabama in the dual meet. The No. 14 men finished 168 to 132 and the No. 20 … Read the rest

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Mizzou Gymnastics Falls Short to No. 1 Alabama

Saturday, Jan. 12-

The Missouri gymnastics team set out on its SEC journey, competing in its annual Pink Out Meet on Friday night against the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide. The Tigers drew a crowd of 5,760 fans, totaling the … Read the rest

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