Archive | November, 2017

Schweizer Finishes Her Illustrious XC Career

Hank Noah, 23 Sports

Karissa Schweizer is a Mizzou senior from Urbandale, Iowa. In her four years at Missouri, she has run indoor track, outdoor track, and cross country. She was the 2017 NCAA Outdoor National Champion, the 2017 NCAA … Read the rest

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Larson Posts Career High in Kills in MU Win

Hank Noah, 23 Sports

The Missouri Tigers traveled to Starkville, Mississippi on Friday to face off against the Mississippi State Bulldogs. Mizzou came into the game with a 17-10 record and had won five out of their last six games. … Read the rest

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Mizzou becomes bowl-eligible for first time since 2014

Joey Miller, 23 Sports

The Missouri Tigers defeated the Vanderbilt Commodores in Nashville, Tennessee on Saturday by a score of 45-17.

The start time was delayed by half an hour due to weather. After the brief delay, Mizzou had the Read the rest

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Preview: Mizzou Vs. Vanderbilt

Ben Clanin, 23 Sports

After struggling in the beginning of the year, and getting off to a 1-5 start, the Missouri Tigers football team is now just one win away from becoming bowl eligible for the first time since 2014. … Read the rest

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Mizzou WBB Rallies in Thrilling Win Against Wright State

Dalton Hackett, 23 Sports

Mizzou Women’s Basketball took to the floor in a thrilling game that saw the Tigers come back to defeat Wright State 82-80. Thursday nights win brought their ninth straight home-opener win at Mizzou Arena. This was … Read the rest

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Playing Without MPJ, Mizzou Struggles to Hit Shots in Utah

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports

Two games in, the Missouri basketball program looked like a markedly different product than they had the last three years. In a 77-59 loss at Utah, which extended the Tigers’ road losing streak to 39, they … Read the rest

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Booyah: “Justice League” Review

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By Jonathon Potochnic, E23 Reporter

Logo for film reviews by Jonathon Potochnic

Minor spoilers follow for “Justice League.”

The DC Extended Universe had a shaky start with “Man of Steel,” “Batman v Superman,” and “Suicide Squad.” As competition to Marvel’s bevy of popular hero flicks, many have … Read the rest

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E23- November 16, 2017

This week on E23, Josie Clark talks Trump’s latest tweets, how Cards Against Humanity is saving America and why people are throwing out their coffee machines. E23’s John Messer talks about first-person shooter “Doom” and its Switch port. E23’s resident … Read the rest

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23News Nov. 15, 2017

Jada Page and Chisom Okafor discuss the announcement of a new scholarship for ROTC students and show you how MU students are saying “thank-you” to Veterans. We also discuss how MUPD finds itself in hot water for a tweet about … Read the rest

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Week 12 SEC Power Rankings

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports

*NOTE: This power ranking isn’t necessarily just about ranking the best teams in the SEC 1-14. It’s about that, who has and who hasn’t been impressive, and who’s putting it together.

  1. Alabama 10-0, (7-0)

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