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Texas Longhorns (Football)

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    December 17, 2013

    Road Trip to the Cotton Bowl: How to Drive Through Oklahoma Without Killing Yourself

    The Missouri Tigers are capping off an impressive, exciting season at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas next month. If you're planning to drive to Big D to watch Mizzou take on Oklahoma State, be warned: the quickest route is alternately tricky and borning.

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    February 2, 2012

    The Tiger Offense Gets a Huge Boost On the Recruiting Trail

    ​Yesterday was national signing day, the day when thousands of high school football players put their names to paper and signed letters of intent to universities across the country. Alabama, somewhat unsurprisingly, came away with what most analysts believe to be the best recruiting class ove ... More >>

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    December 27, 2011

    Mizzou Ready for SEC in Rout of Tar Heels

    The half-page welcome ad from the LSU Tigers to the Missouri Tigers this past week. Quite a change from the Texas and Oklahoma Mafia family antics of the Big XII. ​I really thought the Independence Bowl held a tough matchup for Mizzou. North Carolina had talent to burn, not to mention one of the s ... More >>

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    November 14, 2011

    Henry Josey: Mizzou Rusher Out After Salvaging Season

    ​The good news: the Missouri Tigers beat the Texas Longhorns Saturday, in what may very well be the last meeting between the two programs. It was the first time the Tigers had beaten Texas since 1997, which is frankly just hard to even conceive of. The bad news: the Tigers lost their leading ... More >>

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    October 5, 2011

    Why Mizzou Should Stay Put in the Big 12

    ​The University of Missouri Board of Curators emerged from a four-hour, closed-door meeting last night to announce that they'd unanimously approved a decision to allow the school to shop around for a new athletic conference. Speculation is rife that the university will now leave the Big 12 for the ... More >>

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    April 29, 2011

    Winners and Losers On Day One Of the Draft

    ​The first round of the 2011 NFL Draft is in the books, and there's plenty to talk about before round two starts up again tonight. Cam Newton was picked first overall and fellated unceasingly by pretty much everyone with a microphone for the rest of the night. The lockout scared a bunch of teams i ... More >>

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    October 28, 2010

    Looking Ahead to Missouri at Nebraska

    ​So the Tigers won their biggest game of the season, their biggest game in years, and knocked off the number one ranked Oklahoma Sooners last week. Their prize? A number six BCS ranking and the opportunity to travel to Lincoln, Nebraska to play their new biggest game of the season against the Corn ... More >>

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    October 25, 2010

    The Tigers Finally Get Over That Hump

    ​The Missouri Tigers finally beat their own personal bugaboo, the Oklahoma Sooners, on Saturday. Even better, they won like a real football team. Now, lest that second statement come across as horribly condescending, let me explain. In years past, the Missouri teams which have come so cl ... More >>

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    October 18, 2010

    Mizzou Loses Shutout Streak, Beats Texas A&M Handily

    ​The Tigers of Missouri headed into College Station Saturday as 3-point underdogs, preparing to play in perhaps the most intimidating environment in all of college football. They left with a 6-0 record, their first since 2006, and a budding national awareness of just how good this current Tigers s ... More >>

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    April 23, 2010

    Looking Ahead to Day Two of the Draft

    ​In the end, things probably worked out the way they had to in the first round of the draft. The Rams took their quarterback, and all we can hope for now is Sam Bradford turns out to be who they think he'll be. You know, you would think drafting a possible franchise quarterback would have bee ... More >>

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    December 7, 2009

    BCS Bowls: Cause for a Fiesta or Just the Same BCS Bunk?

    Will more dissapointments be churned in this year's bowls?​The college football regular season is at its end, with the exception of an Army-Navy game next weekend, now we wait for the plethora of meaningless bowls in coming weeks.The Bowl Championship Series relies on a combination of polls and ca ... More >>

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    November 19, 2009

    7 Coaches Who Should Replace Charlie Weis at Notre Dame

    Notre Dame head coach Charlie Weis could be out at the end of the season. But should replace him?​As we near the end of another college football season, one of America's favorite subjects rises again: What happens to Notre Dame? Why is this non-story a story? Yu don't have to look far -- whether i ... More >>

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