Archive | January, 2018

Rough Shooting Performance Dooms Tigers at Georgia

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports

Mizzou’s #11 ranked women’s basketball team got off to a rough start Thursday night in Athens, Georgia. Unlike other recent games for Robin Pingeton’s squad, the Tigers were unable to overcome this one. The surprising Bulldogs … Read the rest

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Auburn Uses Huge Second Half to Pull Away from Missouri in 91-73 Victory

Josiah Schueneman, 23 Sports Reporter

Jared Harper scored 21 points while shooting 5 for 7 from the 3-point line and Bryce Brown added 16 points of his own as Auburn rode a dominant second half to a 91-73 victory over … Read the rest

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Migos, “Culture II” Review: For the Culture Again

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By Joseph Hernandez, E23 Reporter

Following the success of 2017’s “Culture,” hip-hop supergroup Migos released the sequel aptly titled “Culture II” January 26, 2018. The release of “Culture” last year started a chain of quality album releases and the group, Read the rest

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E23’s Table Talk- January 28, 2018

This week on Table Talk, host Josie Clark and fact checker Caitlyn Brenner bring on panelists Rachel Zulucki and Vox film critic Cameron Flatt to talk about the Oscars: snubs, who they think will win and the politics around the … Read the rest

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E23- January 25, 2018

This week on E23, John Messer and Bryce Cross debate the flaws, best parts and reviews of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. E23 reporter Bryce Cross gives a rundown of 2017’s best movies and Michael Donelan talks government shutdowns, tapeworms … Read the rest

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Must-See Movies of 2017

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By Michael Donelan, E23 Reporter

Over the past year, mainstream and independent studios released some of the best films of recent memory. From intimate indies to Hollywood blockbusters, here are my five favorite movies of last year.

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Tiger Tennis goes undefeated in season opener.

Ben Clanin, 23 Sports.

The Mizzou Tennis team kicked off their season on a strong note, winning 14-16 matches in wins over both SEMO and Central Arkansas at home. The doubleheader meet started with the Tigers facing off against SEMO. … Read the rest

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Aggies Defense Proves Too Tough in Win Over Missouri

Ashley Wright, 23 Sports

The Missouri men’s basketball team could not overcome their worst offensive game of the season on Saturday in College Station, Texas. The win was much needed for the Aggies, who improved to 13-6 (2-5, SEC). Missouri, Read the rest

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Mizzou WBB Continues to Roll

Tim Kozemczak, 23 Sports

It was all Tigers at Mizzou Arena on Sunday, as the women’s basketball team dominated Arkansas by a score of 88-54. The game took in front of a great crowd, who were encouraged by another tremendous … Read the rest

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Mizzou Tennis beats up SEMO in first match of season

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports

The Tiger tennis team had a strong showing in their first match of the year on Saturday, defeating the Southeast Missouri State Redhawks 5-0 at the Mizzou Tennis Complex. The Tigers took the lead in the … Read the rest

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