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Chris Replogle, KY3 News and creplogle@ky3.com | December 16, 2010
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- We want to clear up viewing confusion for the Missouri Tigers' next two home games.  The 13th ranked Tigers play Oral Roberts Thursday night at 7.  They host the Central Arkansas Bears on Saturday at 7. Seeing the game on television takes a program.  Here's a list of providers and channels for both broadcasts. AT&T U-verse: 694 Cable America: 12 CableOne – Joplin: 78 DirecTV: 680 Dish Network: 445 (Thursday) and 448 (Saturday)
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Chris Replogle, KY3 News and Twitter @ky3tigertalk or on Facebook @KYTV TigerTalk | January 19, 2012
LAWRENCE, Kan. - Add more fuel to the Mizzou vs. Kansas football, despite the likely end to the series. Kansas Head Coach Charlie Weis, has hired former Missouri Tigers safety DeMontie Cross, to coach the Jayhawks' linebackers.  Cross spent last season coaching the Wisconsin Badgers special teams.  He also spent time in the NFL on the coaching staff of the Buffalo Bills. The Hazelwood East High School graduate was second team all-Big 12 Concerence as a safety in 1996.  Cross led the Tigers in tackles in his junior and senior seasons.  Two years later, he coached Mizzou's linebackers.
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Chris Replogle, KY3 News | October 31, 2010
COLUMBIA, Mo. - How low would they go?  The Missouri Tigers (7-1, 3-1) dropped several spots in the three major polls after their 31-17 loss at Nebraska Saturday.  Nebraska leapfrogged them in each. Mizzou fell six spots to number 12 in the Bowl Championship poll.  That poll determines the National Championship game.  Alabama, Nebraska, and Oklahoma are all one-loss teams ranked higher than the Tigers. Mizzou fell to number 14 in the Coaches Poll.  The Associated Press poll ranks Missouri at the same spot.
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by Chris Replogle, KY3 News and creplogle@ky3.com | December 20, 2010
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- The Missouri Tigers received a bad break before their annual "Braggin Rights" game against the Illinois Illini Wednesday.   Point guard Phil Pressey will be out at least two weeks after breaking his right ring finger during drills.  The freshman started the last two games in place of suspended sophomore guard Michael Dixon.  Pressey averages 5.2 points and 4.2 assists per game, including a career-high 15 points against Central Arkansas. Dixon's status for Wednesday's rivalry game against Illinois remains unknown.
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Chris Replogle, KY3 News and creplogle@ky3.com | October 4, 2011
COLUMBIA, Mo. - The Frank Haith-era at Mizzou will begin without a key inside presence. Missouri Tigers senior forward Laurence Bowers tore the ACL in his knee Monday.  He will have surgery, ending his upcoming season.   Bowers started 27 games as a junior.  He averaged 11.6 points and 6.1 rebounds per game.  The Memphis native finished second last season with 62 block shots.  The 6'8" Bowers will redshirt next season.  The...
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Chris Replogle, KY3 News and creplogle@ky3.com | July 27, 2011
COLORADO SPRINGS, Co. - A pair of Missouri Tigers basketball stars hope to add a trip to China to their busy off-season program. Seniors Marcus Denmon and Kim English are competing for a chance to represent the USA at the World University Games in China next month.  22 of the top college basketball players are training at the U.S. Olympic facility in Colorado Springs this week.  USA Basketball committee led by Syracuse Head Coach Jim Boeheim will...
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Chris Replogle, KY3 News and creplogle@ky3.com | May 28, 2011
OKLAHOMA CITY, Mo. - The Missouri Tigers are a win away from an improbable run into the NCAA Tournament. Kelly Fick threw seven scoreless innings, leading the eighth-seeded Tigers to a 2-1 victory over the Texas Longhorns and a Big 12 Tourney championship game berth on Sunday against the Texas A&M Aggies.  The Tigers (27-31) have to win the tournament to earn a selection to the NCAA Tournament. Missouri defeated the top-seeded Longhorns (43-15) twice in the conference tournament.  Mizzou defeated the two-seeded Aggies twice in the regular season.
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Chris Replogle, KY3 News and creplogle@ky3.com | September 22, 2011
COLUMBIA, Mo. - 1966 was a good year for the Missouri Tigers.  It was a fun year for pop culture too. The Tigers, led by Dan Devine defeated the Oklahoma Sooners 10-7 in Norman.  Oklahoma has rolled off 22 straight home wins at Memorial Stadium since.  Undefeated Missouri topped the college football charts after the November 12, 1966 victory over the Sooners.  Here's a loo at a few other number ones from that week. Topping the Billboard Charts: "Poor Side of Town" by Johnny Rivers.
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Chris Replogle, KY3 News and creplogle@ky3.com | July 7, 2011
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Already off to a fast start, the Missouri Tigers have added another top prospect to its football commitment list. Rivals.com reports Maty Mauk of Kenton, Ohio committed to Mizzou Thursday morning.  The 6'2", 185 pound signal-caller threw for 5,670 yards and 69 touchdowns as a junior.  He added nearly a 1,00 yards on the ground too while running the spread offense.  Mauk has thrown for nearly 14,000 yards and rushed for another...
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Chris Replogle, KY3 News | October 23, 2010
COLUMBIA, Mo. -  Missouri Tigers fans kept their "Game Day" word .  ESPN reports Mizzou set an all-time attendance record for its popular show with an estimated 18,000 fans in the Quadrangle.  It's an estimated attendance since there is no ticket-proof.  Mizzou shattered the old record of 15,000 fans set in 2001 by Nebraska for visiting Notre Dame.  The opponent helped too.  Missouri is facing BCS #1 the Oklahoma Sooners.  Oklahoma has won seven straight games against Mizzou including two Big 12 Championship games in the past three seasons.
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University of Missouri and Twitter@ky3tigertalk or on Facebook @KYTV TigerTalk | August 13, 2012
WAREGEM, Belgium - Michael Dixon scored 31 points and Missouri outscored a talented Bent-Schoenen Waregem squad, 63-47, over the final three quarters to earn an 81-72 victory in front of a vocal crowd in Waregem, Belgium. The Tigers, who were playing their first game in two days, started slow and Bent came out firing, building a 12-2 advantage in the first 3:35. Bent hit four of its first five shots from the floor, including a pair of three-point plays and a trey to send the Tigers staggering.
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University of Missouri and Twitter @ky3tigertalk or on Facebook @KYTV TigerTalk | August 12, 2012
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands - Overseas exhibition games have been known to get chippy and after seeing a couple of elbows fly, words exchanged and a surprising ejection, Mizzou Head Coach Frank Haith had seen enough. The second year head coach at Missouri had just been ejected from the game for questioning a non-call on an elbow to the head of freshman forward Stefan Jankovic and pulled his team from the floor midway through the third quarter. "In my mind I was just fearful for the safety of our players, but in retrospect I wish I had let our team play it out and learn from the adversity," Haith said.
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Chris Replogle, KY3 News and Twitter @ky3tigertalk or on Facebook @KYTV TigerTalk | July 19, 2012
BIRMINGHAM, Ala - The Missouri Tigers are getting some respect in the inaugural season in the Southeastern Conference. The SEC media picked Mizzou to finish fourth in the Eastern Division race.  The writers chose Georgia, South Carolina and Florida ahead of Missouri.  Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Kentucky round out the division.  The media selected LSU to win the overall championship. Missouri returns several starters from last season's 8-5 team.  Senior offensive lineman Elvis Fisher and junior cornerback E.J. Gaines were named third-team all-SEC selections.
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Chris Replogle, KY3 News and Twitter @ky3tigertalk or on Facebook @KYTV TigerTalk | July 18, 2012
 
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by Chris Replogle, KY3 News and Twitter @ky3tigertalk or on Facebook @KYTV TigerTalk | July 18, 2012
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Dorial Green-Beckham is already the "big man on campus," literally. The 6-foot-6, 220-pound freshman wide receiver for the Missouri Tigers is earning the respect of his teammates after a month of workouts. "He's been working hard all summer," said Missouri Head Coach Gary Pinkel.  "Some of the players that come by my office, they talk about Dorial, they talk about what a great kid he is. " Green-Beckham finished his career at Springfield's Hillcrest High School as one of the country's most decorated athletes ever.  He broke the national high school football receiving yards record in 2011, ending with 6,536 yards.  In his senior season, Green-Beckham caught 119 passes for 2,233 yards and 24 touchdowns.  Last season, he led the Hornets to the Class Four quarterfinals, the best finish in school history.  Add to his stellar stat sheet three-straight all-state Class Four basketball teams.  And a state basketball championship his sophomore season.
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Chris Replogle, KY3 News, University of Missouri and Twitter@ky3tigertalk or on Facebook @KYTV TigerTalk | July 17, 2012
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Let the 2012 college football season begin. Nothing is crazier in college football than the Southeastern Conference's Media Days.  Coaches and players sit in the hot seat, taking questions from journalists across the country.  The inaugural season in the SEC starts September first against Southeastern Lousiana.  Mizzou opens SEC the next weekend against Georgia in Columbia. Here's the transcript of Head Coach Gary Pinkel's hot seat moment, courtesy of the SEC & the University of Missouri: Good afternoon.
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by Chris Replogle, KY3 News and Twitter @ky3tigertalk or on Facebook @KYTV TigerTalk | July 16, 2012
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Welcome to the Southeastern Conference.  ESPN2 will air the Missouri Tigers historic first SEC football game on Sept. 8. Mizzou will welcome  the Georgia Bulldogs to Columbia.  Kickoff is at 6:45 p.m.  Georgia is considered the likely favorite to repeat as SEC Eastern Division champions. ESPN2 will also air the Tigers' game against non-conference foe Arizona State September 15th.  Kickoff is at 6:00 p.m.  Arizona State defeated Mizzou 37-30 in overtime in desert last season.
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Chris Replogle, KY3 News and Twitter @ky3tigertalk or on Facebook @KYTV TigerTalk | July 12, 2012
DETROIT, Mich. - Kim English is officially a Detroit Piston. The Pistons signed the second-round pick from Mizzou Thursday.  The Baltimore-native was the 44th overall selection.  He is now participating in the NBA's Summer League.  The forward averaged nearly 15 points per game in his senior season.  English was a third-team all-Big 12 selection. Detroit failed to make the playoffs during the lockout-shortened 2011-2012 season.  The Pistons finished 25-41.  
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Chris Replogle, KY3 News and Twitter @ky3tigertalk or on Facebook @KYTV TigerTalk | July 12, 2012
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - The Missouri Tigers have a lot to prove in the Southeastern Conference. Mizzou landed just four players on the all-SEC coaches teams.   All four of them named to the third-team.  Linebacker Zavier Gooden, cornerback E.J. Gaines, offensive lineman Elvis Fisher and receiver T.J. Moe earned the preseason recognition.  Alabama and LSU lead the league with 11 preseason selections.  Arkansas ranks third with ten. ...
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