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Marcus Murphy making a habit of 'game-breaking' plays for Mizzou

By Christian Clark, KBIA Sports

Early in the third quarter Saturday at Memorial Stadium, Missouri found itself clinging to a 21-18 lead after South Dakota State reserve quarterback Zach Lujan connected with Jason Schneider for a successful two-point conversion. 505 more words

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Missouri offense struggling to convert third downs

By Brandon Kiley, KBIA Sport

Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk awaited a snap on third-and-long at the South Dakota State 29-yard line. The redshirt sophomore felt the pass rush coming from his blindside so he stepped up into the pocket, scrambled to his right and let the ball fly. 335 more words

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Mizzou vs South Dakota St.: a Review

Mizzou is 1-0 after defeating South Dakota St. 38-18. And that’s something considering South Carolina is 0-1 and UGA could be 1-0 after beating Clemson when I finish this review. 832 more words

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Saturday Sports: More on the South Dakota State Jackrabbits

In this session KBIA sports commentator Darren Hellwege talks with Terry Vandrovec, the South Dakota State Jackrabbits beat writer for the Argus-Leader in Sioux Falls, South Dakota about Missouri’s first football opponent. 8 more words

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Pinkel, players have faith in Mauk to lead No. 24 Mizzou

By Christian Clark, KBIA Sports

For just the fifth time since 2003, Missouri coach Gary Pinkel will have a new starting quarterback under center to start a season. 812 more words

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Saturday Sports: Team captain Braylon Webb

As we count the days to the start of football season, Darren Hellwege talks with Tiger safety Braylon Webb about the importance of his experience in the young Tiger defense, and his having been named a team captain. 30 more words

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Mizzou QB Mauk set to become full-time starter 


By The Associated Press

Growing up in Kenton, Ohio, Maty Mauk didn’t know much about Missouri. But he got an offer to play quarterback for the Tigers, and decided to visit them during the Fourth of July weekend in 2011. 619 more words

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