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Poosey Digest: Truly giving thanks

PooseyDigest_WPby Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from Poosey.
My friend, Bobbi, said she didn’t sleep a wink that night. We’d gone out to eat with a couple other friends and Bobbi insisted that she pick up the tab. She’s the type who’s always doing that unless you break her arm. We stayed long past our dessert and by the time the evening was over our waitress had become our close friend,

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Missouri loses Pinkel’s Faurot farewell, heads to Arkansas for finale

Years from now, it will be largely just a footnote that Gary Pinkel lost his final home game as the head coach of the Missouri Tigers. However, sitting through Missouri’s 19-8 loss to Tennessee for three-plus hours in cold temperatures was pretty painful.

It was the coldest home game at kickoff in Pinkel’s 15 years, with temperatures in the 20s. As the game progressed, the temperatures dropped and the relatively

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Pinkel announced retirement, Tigers beat BYU

by Benjamin Herrold

At the end of a tumultuous week of protests and resignations for the University of Missouri, coach Gary Pinkel announced he would retire at the end of the season. It was a stunning move, as Pinkel has been the head coach at Missouri since Bill Clinton was President.

Pinkel was diagnosed this spring with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and although he says he feels fine, he wanted to focus

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Poosey Digest: Sittin’ beside Bubba

PooseyDigest_WPby Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from Poosey.

As global warming continues to raise its hoary head and threaten our extinction, terrorists plot to destroy the Western World, and ingrown toenails now afflict 21% of our population I know that there are larger matters confronting us than what seems to be bothering me at the moment, but dog-gone it, move over!

It happened again last week. I’d paid big bucks for

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Missouri scores touchdown, but losing streak continues

by Benjamin Herrold

There might be a rule that when Missouri hosts Thursday night football games, it must rain and rain hard. During last Thursday’s game with Mississippi State, the heavens dutifully opened up and for a while, the Tigers and Bulldogs were playing in sheets of rain.

Fortunately it didn’t rain all game long this time, and somewhere in all those drops of rain Missouri broke its 47-drive drought

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MU hosts No. 24 Mississippi State in Thursday night game

On the surface it may not make a lot of sense, but Missouri’s Thursday night home game with No. 24 Mississippi State (8 p.m. on ESPN) has something of a big-game feel to it.

Sure, after back-to-back SEC East Division titles and two seasons worth of big games, the Tigers have stumbled to 4-4 and 1-4 in SEC play, sitting at sixth in the division. And yes, the offense is

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MU goes third straight game without a touchdown

by Benjamin Herrold

I like to think I have a decent vocabulary, but it’s difficult to think of adjectives to adequately describe how hard-to-watch Missouri’s 10-3 loss to Vanderbilt last Saturday was.

Playing on a gray day in the otherwise vibrant city of Nashville, Missouri (4-4, 1-4 in SEC play) and Vanderbilt (3-4, 1-3 in SEC) had offenses that almost comically struggled to score. Both kickers missed field goals off

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Poosey Digest: Losing your chlorophyll

PooseyDigest_WPby Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from Poosey.
I think I paid attention a total of three days in fourth grade science. The first time was at the opening of school when the seating assignments were made and I had to be sure I wrangled a seat by my friends. The second time I actually listened was when the teacher announced what day we’d get out for Christmas vacation, and the

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MU’s offensive struggles continue

by Benjamin Herrold

Last Saturday night in Athens, a charming, quintessential college town, Missouri and Georgia played on a grand stage. Playing “Between the Hedges” that famously ring the field, the teams ran out before a lively crowd of 92,746. A trumpet soloist had played the opening notes to Georgia’s “Battle Hymn” fight song, driving the crowd into a frenzy. It was Homecoming in Georgia. It was SEC football. It

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