Archive | September, 2017

Absurdly Generic: “American Assassin” Review

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By John Messer

Minor spoilers follow for “American Assassin”.

Michael Cuesta’s “American Assassin” released this weekend to little fanfare and even less critical praise.

The movie maintains a run-of-the-mill military thriller plot, and action scenes that are equal parts lazy Read the rest

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E23- September 14, 2017

Josie Clark on E23's Countdown

This week on E23, John Messer talks about Hurricane Irma, John Woo, and Snoop Dog’s Columbia concert. Josie Clark lets us in on the top five Taylor Swift’s that are dead. Bryce Cross and Nathan Ford talk about their most … Read the rest

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Good Morning Mizzou – September 18, 2017

Serena is on the entertainment roundup and Alexis brings us the weather on this week’s edition of Good Morning Mizzou!

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Good Morning Mizzou – September 11 2017

What’s new at Mizzou, Org of the Week and Dear Abby, with Alaina this week. All this and more on this week’s edition of Good Morning Mizzou!

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Tiger XC excels as Schweizer Beats Course Record

Hank Noah, 23Sports

The Missouri Tigers Men’s and Women’s Cross-Country teams traveled to Nashville, Tennessee on Friday to participate in the Commodore Classic. At nine o’clock on a clear and sunny morning, the men’s 8K race began and did not … Read the rest

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Missouri Volleyball Earns First Tournament Sweep with Win Over Sacramento State

Zac Aron, 23 Sports Reporter

In their final game before official SEC play begins, the Mizzou Tigers [7-6] beat the vigorous Sacramento State Hornets in five sets on Saturday. This victory not only put the Tigers back up over .500 … Read the rest

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Purdue Crushes Lifeless Missouri, Earns 2nd Win

Josiah Schueneman, 23 Sports Reporter

There has been lots of energy around Purdue, especially it’s football team after hiring their first-year coach Jeff Brohm. Unfortunately for Missouri, it seems as if the opposite has occurred in Barry Odom’s second season … Read the rest

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Tigers Swim and Dive Opens Season

Dalton Hackett, 23 Sports Reporter

The Mizzou Swimming and Diving Team unofficially opened up their season traveling to the second annual CSCAA National Collegiate Open Water Championship hosted at Lone Star Lake in Lawrence, Kansas.

The Mizzou men dominated the … Read the rest

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Mizzou Puts Georgia Away Late in the SEC Opener

Peter Alexis, 23 Sports

Until the final minutes of the 2017 SEC Opener for the Tiger soccer team, the game was all tied up. The team had largely controlled the game for the most part, which allotted them a 1-0 … Read the rest

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Tigers Sweep Pepperdine in First Match of the Nevada Tournament 

Zac Aron, 23 Sports Reporter

After suffering tough losses in four of their last five matches, the Missouri Tigers volleyball team [6-5] turned things around and pulled off an impressive sweep of the Pepperdine Waves in their first match of … Read the rest

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