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  1. Mizzou football spring scrimmage, take two

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    The Missouri football team was back on the field on Saturday, April 11th for its second scrimmage of the spring. Unfortunately, due to injuries and other conflicts, the scrimmage was broken up into two parts. Part one on Saturday, and part two on Tuesday.

    The defense dominated both scrimmages, but the offense was more optimistic about its performance on Tuesday than it was on Saturday. The final stats, per a Missouri spokesperson, are as follows:

    Official Stats (Saturday & Tuesday scrimmage stats combined):

    Passing:

    Maty Mauk 13/30 for 147 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT; Eddie Printz 20/40 for 131 yards, 1 INT; Marvin Zanders 8/21 for 95 yards; Corbin Berkstresser 6/8 for 51 yards; Johnny Eierman 3/5 for 18.

    Rushing:

    Maty Mauk 6 attempts for 35 yards; Johnny Eierman 2 attempts for 30 yards; Andrew Stevens 9 attempts for 30 yards; Miles Drummond 9 attempts for 24 yards; Russell Hansbrough 8 attempts for 17 yards; Tyler Hunt 8 attempts for 16 yards; Ish Witter 3 attempts for (-6) yards; Eddie Printz 2 attempts for 13 yards; Marvin Zanders 2 attempts for 8 yards.

    Receiving:

    Clayton Echard 5 receptions for 16 yards; J’Mon Moore 7 receptions for 96 and 1 TD; Marcell Kellum 4 receptions for 73 yards; Wesley Leftwich 3 receptions for 35 yards and 1 TD; DeSean Blair 5 receptions for 35 yards; Raymond Wingo 2 receptions for 20 yards; Kendall Blanton 4 receptions for 24 yards; Andrew Stevens 1 reception for 9 yards; Miles Drummond 3 receptions for 19 yards; Tyler Hunt 3 receptions for 24 yards; Eric Laurent 3 receptions for 18 yards; Jason Reese 2 receptions for 31 yards; Thomas Richard 1 receptions for 9 yards; Ish Witter 1 reception for 4 yards

    Notable Defensive Stats:

    Kentrell Brothers 6 tackles, 0.5 TFL; Clarence Green 7 tackles, 1 TFL, 2 TFL, sack; Michael Scherer 4 tackles, 0.5 TFL, PBU; Charles Harris 3 tackles, 2 TFL, 1 sack; Harold Brantley 3 tackles, 1.5 TFL, 1 sack; Aarion Penton 3 tackles, 1 PBU, 1 INTMarcus Loud 2 tackles, 1/2 TFL; Rocel McWilliams 1 tackle, 1/2 TFL; Josh Augusta 1 tackle, 1/2 TFL; Ian Simon, Walter Brady, Shaun Rupert, Tyler Hanneke, Donavin Newsom: TFL.

    Tuesday Post-Scrimmage Interviews:

    Coach Pinkel:

    Center Evan Boehm

     

    Saturday Post-Scrimmage Interviews:

    Coach Pinkel:

    Linebacker Michael Scherer:

    Linebacker Kentrell Brothers

    Wide Receiver DeSean Blair

    Cornerback Aarion Penton

    Wide Receiver Raymond Wingo

    Wide Receiver J’Mon Moore

  2. Cardinals Drop Home Opener 5-4

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    The Cardinals let sloppy defensive play cost them their home opener at Busch Stadium as the Brewers beat Adam Wainwright 5-4. (more…)

  3. Royals Only Unbeaten Team In Majors

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    The Royals rolled to a 12-3 win over the Twins and are now 7-0. (more…)

  4. Carpenter, Cards Down Reds in 11

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    Matt Carpenter picked a great time for his first home run of the season. (more…)

  5. Royals Stay Perfect, Beat Angels

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    The Kansas City Royals have only picked up where they left off in October of last year. (more…)

  6. The Inside Slant: Markus Golden

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    Markus Golden coined the phrase “DLineZou”, and will go down as one of the most beloved Mizzou football players of all time. The former Tiger defensive end joined us on this week’s episode of ‘The Inside Slant’ to discuss what his life was like growing up with 11 brothers and sisters in St. Louis, how he reacted when he met Snoop Dogg at the NFL Combine and why he doesn’t believe he’ll be visiting the St. Louis Rams or Kansas City Chiefs (hint: it’s not because those teams aren’t interested).

    Without further adieu, here’s former Mizzou defensive end, Markus Golden:

  7. KTGR at the Black & Gold Spring Game

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    Get a sneak peek of your 2015 Missouri Football Tigers at the annual Black & Gold Spring Game on Saturday, April 18th, starting at 4pm. (more…)

  8. Steve Stewart: “Moustakas should hit at least 20 home runs”

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    Steve Stewart of the Royals Radio Network joined us on The Big Show. We asked Stewart if the Royals’ power surge is sustainable, how Alex Rios and Kendrys Morales will fit into Kansas City’s lineup and whether he believes the Royals’ pitching staff will be able to have sustained success without James Shields.

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  9. #16 Mizzou Falls To Vols In Series Opener

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    The Missouri Tigers started their 3 game SEC series with the Volunteers with a 5-2 loss on Rocky Top last night. (more…)

  10. Blues Clinch Central Division Title With 2-1 Win Over Hawks

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    For the second time in 5 days Jake Allen and the Blues knocked off Chicago by the score of 2-1. (more…)