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A bold prediction that may upset Mizzou fans. Hear the reasons why one SEC reporter thinks Tennessee wins big (VIDEO)
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Holder releases guidelines for police/protestor relations (AUDIO)
The Justice Department has issued guidelines for police behavior during demonstrations. Attorney General Eric Holder says the Bureau of Justice Assistance and the Office of Community-oriented Policing have issued the guidelines in anticipation of more protests in Ferguson. Holder says the “vast majority” of law enforcement officers have “honorably defended” citizens in peaceful protests. He […]
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Central Missouri soccer advances to NCAA D-II Elite Eight
Central Missouri defeated top seeded Minnesota State-Mankato 3-2 in an overtime thriller to advance to the round of eight in the NCAA Division II Women’s Soccer Tournament. Hannah Pyle got the scoring started as she netted a header off of a corner kick from Taylor Thompson in the 18th minute. Megan Wooley made it a […]
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Jennies volleyball upset in first round of NCAA regionals, falling to sixth seeded Wayne State, Neb. Rockhurst and top-seeded Truman meet today
Fourth seeded Central Missouri was defeated 3-1 (17-25, 26-24, 14-25, 22-25) by fifth seed Wayne State in the opening round of the NCAA Division II Central Regional. For the Jennies Carly Sojka led the way with a double-double racking up 17 kills and adding 12 digs. Maddie Jones had eight kills hitting .296 with eight […]
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Derek Carr drives down the field late as Raiders hand Chiefs a stunning loss
The Oakland Raiders ended their 16-game losing streak to the Chiefs on Thursday night, as rookie Derek Carr threw a 9-yard touchdown pass to James Jones with 1:42 remaining, and then their defense made a stand to hand the Chiefs a 24-20 defeat. The Chiefs said all week this was going to be a battle.  Oakland […]
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