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THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS PLAY AT NEW ENGLAND SUNDAY.
– CHIEFS ARE 8-4, PATRIOTS ARE 10-2
– THE PATRIOTS ARE A 3 POINT FAVORITE TO WIN SUNDAY
– THE CHIEFS HOLD A 2 GAME DIVISION LEAD OVER THE RAIDERS. OAKLAND PLAYS AT HOME AGAINST THE TITANS SUNDAY
– CHIEFS ARE 5-1 ON THE ROAD, 3-3 AT HOME, AND 4-0 IN THE DIVISION
– CHIEFS HAVE OUTSCORED THEIR OPPONENTS BY 83 POINTS, SCORING 348
– REMAINING GAMES ON THE CHIEFS SCHEDULE INCLUDE: PATRIOTS, BRONCOS, BEARS, CHARGERS

MISSOURI HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS:
CLASS 1 – VALLE CATHOLIC beat LINCOLN 30-27
CLASS 2 – LUTHERAN NORTH beat AVA 49-0
CLASS 3 – ODESSA beat CASSVILLE 49-28
CLASS 4 – WEBB CITY beat PLATTE COUNTY 48-0
CLASS 5 – CARTHAGE beat JACKSON 27-21 IN OVERTIME
CLASS 6 – DESMET beat JOPLIN 35-20

CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL. FINALS:
PAC-12 CHAMPIONSHIP- OREGON beat UTAH 37-15
BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP – OKLAHOMA beat BAYLOR 30-23 OT
SEC CHAMPIONSHIP – LSU beat GEORGIA 37-10
ACC CHAMPIONSHP – CLEMSON beat VIRGINIA 62-17
BIG 10 CHAMPIONSHP – OHIO ST. beat WISCONSIN 34-21

WOMEN’S NCAA VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT SATURDAY SAW THE MIZZOU LADIES FALL TO 5TH RANKED NEBRASKA IN THE 2ND ROUND. THE LADY TIGERS WON THE FIRST SET, BUT NEBRASKA RALLIED WINNING THE NEXT 3 SETS FOR THE WIN. THE LADY TIGERS SEASON ENDS WITH A 22-8 RECORD ON THE SEASON.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL SATURDAY SAW THE MIZZOU TIGERS PICK UP A BIG ROAD WIN, 64-54 AT TAMPLE TO IMPROVE TO 5-4 ON THE SEASON. THE TIGERS LED BY 6 AT HALFTIME, LOST THE LEAD IN THE SECOND HALF BUT PULLED AWAY LATE FOR THE WIN. MIZZOU WILL BE BACK AT HOME TO PLAY SOUTHERN ILLINOIS SUNDAY DEC. 15TH.
-THE MIZZOU LADIES ARE 3-6 WITH A TRIP TO UMKC ON SUNDAY.
-MSU MEN ARE 5-5 ON THE SEASON. THE BEARS ARE OFF UNTIL WEDNESDAY WHEN THEY ENTERTAIN ARKANSAS ST.
-22ND RANKED MSU LADY BEARS ARE 8-1. THEY ARE OFF UNTIL SUNDAY DEC 15TH WHEN THEY HOST THE MIZZOU LADIES.

STANLEY CUP CHAMPION BLUES CAME UP SHORT AT HOME SATURDAY NIGHT, LOSING TO TORONTO 5-2. THE LEAFS JUMPED OUT TO A 4-1 LEAD AFTER THE FIRST PERIOD AND CRUISED TO THE WIN. THE BLUES HAVE LOST 2 IN A ROW ON THE HEELS OF A 4 GAME WIN STREAK.
– BLUES ARE 18-7-6 ON THE SEASON
– BLUES ARE 8-4-3 AT HOME, 10-3-3 ON THE ROAD
– UPCOMING GAMES – AT BUFFALO TUE, HM TO VEGAS THR

UPCOMING HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE:
SUNDAY 12/8
Norm Stewart Classic ST. ELIZABETH VS NIXA

MONDAY 12/9
STOUTLAND HM TO FORDLAND
ST. JAMES HM TO POTOSI

TUESDAY 12/10
LEBANON HM TO MARSHFIELD
ROLLA AT ST. JAMES
OSAGE AT IBERIA
VERSAILLES HM TO SMITHTON
BUFFALO AT ELDON
CROCKER AT ST. ELIZABETH
LAQUEY HM TO NIANGUA
LICKING AT STOUTLAND
RICHLAND HM TO STEELVILLE
NEWBURG AT BELLE
CLIMAX SPRINGS HM TO WHEATLAND

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MISSOURI HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND:
CLASS 2 – LUTHERAN NORTH BEAT AVA 49-0 FOR THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
CLASS 4 – WEBB CITY BEAT PLATTE COUNTY 48-0 FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP
CLASS 6 – DESMET BEAT JOPLIN 35-20 FOR THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
SATURDAY GAMES:
CLASS 1 – VALLE CATHOLIC vs LINCOLN 12/7 3PM
CLASS 3 – ODESSA vs CASSVILLE 12/7 11AM
CLASS 5 – JACKSON vs CARTHAGE 12/7 7PM

WOMEN’S NCAA VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT FRIDAY SAW THE MIZZOU LADIES BEAT NORTHERN IOWA IN THE FIRST ROUND. THE LADY TIGERS PLAY 5TH RANKED NEBRASKA IN THE 2ND ROUND SATURDAY NIGHT.
– BAYLOR, TEXAS, STANFORD, WISCONSIN ARE THE TOP 4 TOURNY SEEDS
– NEBRASKA AND STANFORD HAV SPLIT THE LAST 4 NATIONALS TITLES

COLLEGE BASKETBALL FRIDAY SAW THE MSU MEN BEAT MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE 86-62 TO IMPROVE TO 5-5 ON THE SEASON. THE BEARS ARE OFF UNTIL WEDNESDAY WHEN THEY ENTERTAIN ARKANSAS ST.
THE 4-4 MIZZOU TIGERS ARE BUSY AT TEMPLE SATURDAY. IT’S THE TIGERS LAST GAME FOR A WEEK, THEY WILL BE BACK AT HOME TO PLAY SOUTHERN ILLINOIS SUNDAY DEC. 15TH.
THE MIZZOU LADIES ARE 3-6 WITH A TRIP TO UMKC ON SUNDAY.
AW 22ND RANKED MSU LADY BEARS ARE 8-1. THEY ARE OFF UNTIL SUNDAY DEC 15TH WHEN THEY HOST THE MIZZOU LADIES.

THIS WEEKS COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF RANKINGS HAVE OHIO ST., LSU, CLEMSON AND GEORGIA HOLDING DOWN THE TOP SPOTS. UTAH AND OKLAHOMA HOLD DOWN #5 AND #6. LSU AND GEORGIA PLAY EACH OTHER THIS WEEK IN THE SEC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME. GEORGIA HAS TO WIN TO KEEP THEIR TITLE HOPES ALIVE.

IT’S CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL. HERE ARE THE BIG CONFERENCE TITLE GAME MATCHUPS:
PAC-12 CHAMPIONSHIP- UTAH vs OREGON – FRI
BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP – OKLAHOMA vs BAYLOR – SAT 11AM
SEC CHAMPIONSHIP – LSU vs GEORGIA – SAT 3PM
ACC CHAMPIONSHP – VIRGINIA vs CLEMSON – SAT 6:30PM
BIG 10 CHAMPIONSHP – OHIO ST. vs WISCONSIN – SAT 7PM

STANLEY CUP CHAMPION BLUES GET BACK IN ACTION SATURDAY AT HOME AGAINST THE TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS. THE BLUES SAW THEIR FOUR GAME WIN STREAK COME TO AN END IN PITTSBURGH WEDNESDAY NIGHT.
– BLUES ARE IN FIRST PLACE IN THE CENTRAL DIVISION
– UPCOMING GAMES – HM TO TORONTO SAT, AT BUFFALO TUE 12/10, HM TO VEGAS THR 12/12, HM TO CHICAGO SAT 12/14, HM TO COLO MON 12/16, HM TO OILERS WED 12/18, AT SHARKS SAT 12/21, AT KINGS MON 12/23, AT JETS FRI 12/27, HM TO JETS SUN 12/29, AT COYOTES TUE 12/31

THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS CONTINUE TO PUT IN THE GAME PLAN THURSDAY FOR THEIR TRIP TO NEW ENGLAND THIS WEEKEND. THE PATRIOTS ARE 10-2, COMING OFF A LOSS TO HOUSTON. THE CHIEFS ARE 8-4 COMING OFF A WIN OVER OAKLAND. THE PATRIOTS HAVE BEEN LISTED AS A 3 POINT FAVORITE PRETTY MUCH ALL WEEK.
– CHIEFS ARE 8-4, PATRIOTS ARE 10-2
– THE PATRIOTS ARE A 3 POINT FAVORITE TO WIN SUNDAY
– THE CHIEFS HOLD A 2 GAME DIVISION LEAD OVER THE RAIDERS. OAKLAND PLAYS AT HOME AGAINST THE TITANS SUNDAY
– CHIEFS ARE 5-1 ON THE ROAD, 3-3 AT HOME, AND 4-0 IN THE DIVISION
– CHIEFS HAVE OUTSCORED THEIR OPPONENTS BY 83 POINTS, SCORING 348
– REMAINING GAMES ON THE CHIEFS SCHEDULE INCLUDE: PATRIOTS, BRONCOS, BEARS, CHARGERS

UPCOMING HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE:
SATURDAY 12/7
12/5-7 William Chrisman Tournament (Camdenton-
11/30 – 12/7 Frisco League Tournament
12/2-7 Tri-County Conference Tournament (Eldon- Versailles- Osage-
12/2-7 Sullivan Tournament (Waynesville-
12/2-7 33rd Annual Eugene Tournament (Macks Creek-St. Elizabeth-

SUNDAY 12/8
Norm Stewart Classic ST. ELIZABETH VS NIXA

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL THURSDAY SAW THE MIZZOU LADIES PICK UP A BIG 83-58 WIN AT HOME OVER ST. LOUIS. THE LADY TIGERS HOPE THE WIN HELPS THEM START TURNING AROUND WHAT HAS BEEN A BAD START TO THE SEASON. THE MIZZOU LADIES ARE NOW 3-6 WITH A TRIP TO UMKC COMING SUNDAY.
THE MO.ST. MEN (4-5) ARE BUSY FRIDAY NIGHT AT HOME AGAINST MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ST.
THE MIZZOU TIGERS ARE ON THE ROAD SATURDAY TO PLAY TEMPLE. THE TIGERS ARE OFF TO A 4-4 START TO THE SEASON.
AW 22ND RANKED MSU LADY BEARS ARE 8-1 ON THE SEASON AFTER A 68-55 WIN OVER WICHITA ST. WEDNESDAY.

THIS WEEKS COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF RANKINGS HAVE OHIO ST., LSU, CLEMSON AND GEORGIA HOLDING DOWN THE TOP SPOTS. UTAH AND OKLAHOMA HOLD DOWN #5 AND #6. LSU AND GEORGIA PLAY EACH OTHER THIS WEEK IN THE SEC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME. GEORGIA HAS TO WIN TO KEEP THEIR TITLE HOPES ALIVE.

IT’S CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL. HERE ARE THE BIG CONFERENCE TITLE GAME MATCHUPS:
PAC-12 CHAMPIONSHIP- UTAH vs OREGON – FRI 7PM
BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP – OKLAHOMA vs BAYLOR – SAT 11AM
SEC CHAMPIONSHIP – LSU vs GEORGIA – SAT 3PM
ACC CHAMPIONSHP – VIRGINIA vs CLEMSON – SAT 6:30PM
BIG 10 CHAMPIONSHP – OHIO ST. vs WISCONSIN – SAT 7PM

STANLEY CUP CHAMPION BLUES GET BACK IN ACTION SATURDAY AT HOME AGAINST THE TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS. THE BLUES SAW THEIR FOUR GAME WIN STREAK COME TO AN END IN PITTSBURGH WEDNESDAY NIGHT.
– BLUES ARE 18-6-6 ON THE SEASON
– BLUES ARE 8-3-3 AT HOME, 10-3-3 ON THE ROAD
– BLUES HAVE SCORED 90 GOALS, OUTSCORING OPPONENTS BY 12 GOALS
– BLUES ARE IN FIRST PLACE IN THE CENTRAL DIVISION
– UPCOMING GAMES – HM TO TORONTO SAT, AT BUFFALO TUE 12/10, HM TO VEGAS THR 12/12, HM TO CHICAGO SAT 12/14, HM TO COLO MON 12/16, HM TO OILERS WED 12/18, AT SHARKS SAT 12/21, AT KINGS MON 12/23, AT JETS FRI 12/27, HM TO JETS SUN 12/29, AT COYOTES TUE 12/31

THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS CONTINUE TO PUT IN THE GAME PLAN THURSDAY FOR THEIR TRIP TO NEW ENGLAND THIS WEEKEND. THE PATRIOTS ARE 10-2, COMING OFF A LOSS TO HOUSTON. THE CHIEFS ARE 8-4 COMING OFF A WIN OVER OAKLAND. THE PATRIOTS HAVE BEEN LISTED AS A 3 POINT FAVORITE PRETTY MUCH ALL WEEK.
– CHIEFS ARE 8-4, PATRIOTS ARE 10-2
– THE CHIEFS HOLD A 2 GAME DIVISION LEAD OVER THE RAIDERS. OAKLAND PLAYS AT HOME AGAINST THE TITANS SUNDAY
– CHIEFS ARE 5-1 ON THE ROAD, 3-3 AT HOME, AND 4-0 IN THE DIVISION

SAN FRANCSCO 49ER BROADCASTER TIM RYAN HAS BEEN SUSPENDED. RYAN IS ACCUSED OF BEING A RACIST. AFTER THE NINERS LOSS TO THE RAVENS RECENTLY, HE WAS TALKING ABOUT RAVEN QB LAMAR JACKSON AND SAID, “He’s really good at that fake, Lamar Jackson, but when you consider his dark skin color with a dark football with a dark uniform, you could not see that thing. I mean, you literally could not see when he was in and out of the mesh point…”

THE WOMENS NCAA VOLLEYBALL TOURNY STARTS FRIDAY. THE MIZZOU LADIES ARE GOING DANCING FOR THE 5TH STRAIGHT YEAR. THE LADY TIGERS PLAY NORTHERN IOWA IN THE FIRST ROUND FRIDAY.
– A WIN WOULD SEND THEM TO A 2ND ROUND MATCHUP AGAINST EITHER #5 NEBRASKA OR BALL ST.
– BAYLOR, TEXAS, STANFORD, WISCONSIN ARE THE TOP 4 TOURNY SEEDS
– NEBRASKA AND STANFORD HAV SPLIT THE LAST 4 NATIONALS TITLES

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND – MATCHUPS INCLUDE
CLASS 1 – VALLE CATHOLIC vs LINCOLN 12/7 3PM
CLASS 2 – LUTHERAN NORTH vs AVA 12/6 3PM
CLASS 3 – ODESSA vs CASSVILLE 12/7 11AM
CLASS 4 – WEBB CITY vs PLATTE COUNTY 12/6 7PM
CLASS 5 – JACKSON vs CARTHAGE 12/7 7PM
CLASS 6 – DESMET BEAT JOPLIN 35-20 FOR THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

UPCOMING HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE:
FRIDAY 12/6
CONWAY AT NORWOOD
12/5-7 William Chrisman Tournament (Camdenton)
11/30 – 12/7 Frisco League Tournament
12/2-7 Tri-County Conference Tournament (Eldon- Versailles- Osage)
12/2-7 Sullivan Tournament (Waynesville)
12/2-7 Marionville Invitational (Buffalo)
12/2-7 33rd Annual Eugene Tournament (Macks Creek-St. Elizabeth)

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STANLEY CUP CHAMPION BLUES SAW THEIR FOUR GAME WIN STREAK COME TO AN END IN PITTSBURGH, LOSING TO THE PENGUINS 3-0. THE BLUES SPLIT THEIR QUICK TWO GAME ROAD TRIP AND NOW HEAD HOME FOR THEIR NEXT GAME SATURDAY NIGHT AGAINST TORONTO.
– BLUES ARE 18-6-6 ON THE SEASON
– BLUES ARE 8-3-3 AT HOME, 10-3-3 ON THE ROAD

COLLEGE BASKETBALL WEDNESDAY SAW 22ND RANKED MSU LADY BEARS IMPROVE TO 8-1 WITH A 68-55 WIN OVER WICHITA ST.
THE MIZZOU LADY TIGERS (2-6) ARE BACK IN ACTION THURSDAY AT HOME AGAINST 5-2 ST. LOUIS.
THE MO.ST. MEN (4-5) ARE OFF UNTIL FRIDAY WHEN THEY HOST MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ST.
THE MIZZOU TIGERS HIT THE ROAD SATURDAY TO PLAY TEMPLE. THE TIGERS ARE OFF TO A DIFFICULT START WITH A 4-4 RECORD.

THIS WEEKS COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF RANKINGS HAVE OHIO ST., LSU, CLEMSON AND GEORGIA HOLDING DOWN THE TOP SPOTS. UTAH AND OKLAHOMA HOLD DOWN #5 AND #6. LSU AND GEORGIA PLAY EACH OTHER THIS WEEK IN THE SEC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME. GEORGIA HAS TO WIN TO KEEP THEIR TITLE HOPES ALIVE.

IT’S CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL. HERE ARE THE BIG CONFERENCE TITLE GAME MATCHUPS:
PAC-12 CHAMPIONSHIP- UTAH vs OREGON – FRI 7PM
BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP – OKLAHOMA vs BAYLOR – SAT 11AM
SEC CHAMPIONSHIP – LSU vs GEORGIA – SAT 3PM
ACC CHAMPIONSHP – VIRGINIA vs CLEMSON – SAT 6:30PM
BIG 10 CHAMPIONSHP – OHIO ST. vs WISCONSIN – SAT 7PM

THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS CONTINUE TO PUT IN THE GAME PLAN THURSDAY FOR THEIR TRIP TO NEW ENGLAND THIS WEEKEND. THE PATRIOTS ARE 10-2, COMING OFF A LOSS TO HOUSTON. THE CHIEFS ARE 8-4 COMING OFF A WIN OVER OAKLAND. THE PATRIOTS HAVE BEEN LISTED AS A 3 POINT FAVORITE PRETTY MUCH ALL WEEK.
– CHIEFS ARE 5-1 ON THE ROAD, 3-3 AT HOME, AND 4-0 IN THE DIVISION
– CHIEFS HAVE OUTSCORED THEIR OPPONENTS BY 83 POINTS, SCORING 348
– REMAINING GAMES ON THE CHIEFS SCHEDULE INCLUDE: PATRIOTS, BRONCOS, BEARS, CHARGERS

THE WOMENS NCAA VOLLEYBALL TOURNY STARTS FRIDAY. THE MIZZOU LADIES ARE GOING DANCING FOR THE 5TH STRAIGHT YEAR. THE LADY TIGERS PLAY NORTHERN IOWA IN THE FIRST ROUND FRIDAY.
– NEBRASKA AND STANFORD HAV SPLIT THE LAST 4 NATIONALS TITLES

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND – MATCHUPS INCLUDE
CLASS 1 – VALLE CATHOLIC vs LINCOLN 12/7 3PM
CLASS 2 – LUTHERAN NORTH vs AVA 12/6 3PM
CLASS 3 – ODESSA vs CASSVILLE 12/7 11AM
CLASS 4 – WEBB CITY vs PLATTE COUNTY 12/6 7PM
CLASS 5 – JACKSON vs CARTHAGE 12/7 7PM
CLASS 6 – DESMET BEAT JOPLIN 35-20 FOR THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

UPCOMING HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE:
THURSDAY 12/5
12/5-7 William Chrisman Tournament (Camdenton)
11/30 – 12/7 Frisco League Tournament
12/2-7 Tri-County Conference Tournament (Eldon- Versailles- Osage)
12/2-7 Sullivan Tournament (Waynesville)
12/2-7 Marionville Invitational (Buffalo)
12/2-7 33rd Annual Eugene Tournament (Macks Creek-St. Elizabeth)

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL TUESDAY SAW MIZZOU LOSE AND MO.ST. WIN. THE BEARS BEAT MURRAY ST. 71-69 TO IMPROVE TO 4-5. THE MSU MEN WILL BE AT HOME TO PLAY MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ST. FRIDAY.
THE TIGERS FELL AT HOME TO CHARLESTON SOUTHERN 68-60 TO FALL TO 4-4 ON THE SEASON. THE TIGERS TRAVEL TO PLAY TEMPLE SATURDAY.
THE 22ND RANKED MSU LADY BEARS HOST WICHITA ST. WEDNESDAY.
THE 2-6 LADY TIGERS GET BACK IN ACTION ON THURSDAY, WHEN THEY HOST 5-2 ST. LOUIS.

STANLEY CUP CHAMPION BLUES GO FOR THEIR 5TH STRAIGHT WIN IN PITTSBURGH WEDNESDAY NIGHT, AND LOOK TO SWEEP THEIR QUICK TWO GAME ROAD TRIP AT THE SAME TIME. THE BLUES COME OFF A 4-0 WIN OVER CHICAGO MONDAY. BLUES WILL BE BACK AT HOME TO PLAY TORONTO SATURDAY.
– UPCOMING GAMES – AT PENGUINS WED, HM TO TORONTO SAT, AT BUFFALO TUE 12/10, HM TO VEGAS THR 12/12, HM TO CHICAGO SAT 12/14, HM TO COLO MON 12/16, HM TO OILERS WED 12/18, AT SHARKS SAT 12/21, AT KINGS MON 12/23, AT JETS FRI 12/27, HM TO JETS SUN 12/29, AT COYOTES TUE 12/31

THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS GET BACK TO WORK WEDNESDAY, GEARING UP FOR A TRIP TO NEW ENGLAND SUNDAY FOR A REMATCH OF LAST SEASON’S AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME. THE PATRIOTS ARE FAVORED BY A FIELD GOAL TO GET THE WIN AT HOME.
– CHIEFS HAVE OUTSCORED THEIR OPPONENTS BY 83 POINTS, SCORING 348
– REMAINING GAMES ON THE CHIEFS SCHEDULE INCLUDE: PATRIOTS, BRONCOS, BEARS, CHARGERS

THIS WEEK’S NFL POWER RANKINGS HAVE THE RAVENS AT #1 FOLLOWED BY THE 9ERS, PATS, SAINTS AND SEAHAWKS. THE CHIEFS COME IN AT #6. PACKERS, BILLS, TEXANS AND VIKS ROUND OUT THE TOP 10.

HEISMAN TROPHY BALLOTS ARE DUE IN NEXT MONDAY. THE FRONT RUNNER IS LSU QB JOE BURROW. OHIO ST. COULD HAVE 3 FINALISTS, QB JUSTIN FIELDS, DE CHASE YOUNG AND RB J.K DOBBINS. OKLAHOMA QB JALEN HURTS IS ALSO THOUGHT TO BE IN THE MIX.

THE WOMENS NCAA VOLLEYBALL TOURNY STARTS FRIDAY. THE MIZZOU LADIES ARE GOING DANCING FOR THE 5TH STRAIGHT YEAR. THE LADY TIGERS PLAY NORTHERN IOWA IN THE FIRST ROUND FRIDAY.
– A WIN WOULD SEND THEM TO A 2ND ROUND MATCHUP AGAINST EITHER #5 NEBRASKA OR BALL ST.
– BAYLOR, TEXAS, STANFORD, WISCONSIN ARE THE TOP 4 TOURNY SEEDS
– NEBRASKA AND STANFORD HAV SPLIT THE LAST 4 NATIONALS TITLES

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND – MATCHUPS INCLUDE
CLASS 1 – VALLE CATHOLIC vs LINCOLN 12/7 3PM
CLASS 2 – LUTHERAN NORTH vs AVA 12/6 3PM
CLASS 3 – ODESSA vs CASSVILLE 12/7 11AM
CLASS 4 – WEBB CITY vs PLATTE COUNTY 12/6 7PM
CLASS 5 – JACKSON vs CARTHAGE 12/7 7PM
CLASS 6 – DESMET BEAT JOPLIN 35-20 FOR THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

UPCOMING HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
WEDNESDAY 12/4
11/30 – 12/7 Frisco League Tournament
12/2-7 Tri-County Conference Tournament (Eldon, Versailles, Osage)
12/2-7 Sullivan Tournament (Waynesville)
12/2-7 Marionville Invitational (Buffalo)
12/2-7 33rd Annual Eugene Tournament (Macks Creek, St. Elizabeth)

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STANLEY CUP CHAMPION BLUES WON THEIR 4TH STRAIGHT MONDAY NIGHT IN CHICAGO WITH A 4-0 WIN OVER THE BLACKHAWKS. JAKE ALLEN MADE 38 SAVES FOR THE SHUTOUT WIN IN GOAL, BRAYDEN SCHENN SCORED HIS 14TH GOAL, THAT LEADS THE TEAM.
– BLUES ARE 18-5-6 ON THE SEASON
– BLUES ARE 8-3-3 AT HOME, 10-2-3 ON THE ROAD
– BLUES HAVE SCORED 90 GOALS, OUTSCORING OPPONENTS BY 15 OVERALL

THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS ARE AN EARLY FIELD GOAL UNDERDOG AGAINST THE PATRIOTS THIS WEEK. KC TRAVELS TO NEW ENGLAND FOR THE SHOWDOWN SUNDAY AFTERNOON. THE PATS BEAT KC IN OVERTIME TO WIN THE AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME LAST SEASON, AND WENT ON TO WIN THE SUPER BOWL.
– THE PATRIOTS ARE AN EARLY 3 POINT FAVORITE TO BEAT THE CHIEFS SUNDAY
– REMAINING GAMES ON THE CHIEFS SCHEDULE INCLUDE: PATRIOTS, BRONCOS, BEARS, CHARGERS

CBS SPORTS COMPILED A MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL ALL DECADE TEAM AS WE GET READY TO HEAD INTO 2020. A COUPLE OF CURRENT CARDINALS ARE NEAR THE TOP. YADI MOLINA CAME IN #2 AT CATCHER (BEHIND BUSTER POSEY), PAUL GOLDSCHMIDT CAME IN #3 AT FIRST BASE.

THE MSU LADY BEARS ARE RANKED #22 IN THIS WEEKS AP WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL POLL. THE MO ST. LADIES ARE OFF TO A 7-1 START TO THE SEASON. STANFORD, LOIUSVILLE AND OREGON SIT IN THE TOP 3 SPOTS. BAYLOR IS THE DEFENDING CHAMP.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL TUESDAY NIGHT FINDS BOTH MIZZOU AND MO ST. BUSY. THE 4-3 TIGERS ENTERTAIN CHARLESTON SOUTHERN. THE 3-5 MSU BEARS WILL BE AT HOME AGAINST MURRAY ST.
THE 7-1 #22 MSU LADY BEARS HOST WICHITA ST. WEDNESDAY.
THE 2-6 LADY TIGERS GET BACK IN ACTION ON THURSDAY, WHEN THEY HOST 5-2 ST. LOUIS

UPCOMING HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
TUESDAY 12/3
CLIMAX SPRINGS AT STOVER
CONWAY HM TO MANSFIELD
11/30 – 12/7 Frisco League Tournament
12/2-7 Tri-County Conference Tournament
12/2-7 Sullivan Tournament
12/2-7 Marionville Invitational
12/2-7 33rd Annual Eugene Tournament

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THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS TOOK CONTROL OF THE DIVISION RACE WITH A COMMANDING 40-9 WIN AT HOME OVER THE RAIDERS. THE CHIEFS JUMPED OUT TO A 21-0 HALFTIME LEAD AND CRUISED TO THE WIN. THE CHIEFS HAVE A 2 GAME DIVISION LEAD OVER THE RAIDERS. KC TRAVELS TO NEW ENGLAND NEXT SUNDAY AFTERNOON FOR A REMATCH OF LAST SEASON’S AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME.
– MAHOMES THREW FOR 1 TOUCHDOWN AND RAN FOR ANOTHER
– MCCOY, THOMPSON AND MAHOMES ALL RAN FOR TD’s
– KELCE HAD 5 CATCHES FOR 90 YARDS, HILL 5 CATCHES FOR 55
– CHIEFS ARE 5-1 ON THE ROAD, 3-3 AT HOME

FORMER MIZZOU STAR QB DREW LOCK PICKED UP HIS FIRST NFL WIN IN THE BRONCOS VICTORY OVER THE CHARGERS. LOCK THREW 2 TOUCHDOWNS IN THE WIN. LOCK WAS THE BRONCOS 2ND ROUND PICK, THIS WAS HIS FIRST NFL START.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL SUNDAY SAW THE MSU LADY BEARS IMPROVE TO 7-1 SUNDAY WITH A 83-58 WIN OVER UMKC. THE MO. ST. LADIES HOST WICHITA ST. WEDNESDAY.
THE 4-3 MIZZOU TIGERS AND 3-5 MSU BEARS BOTH PLAY ON TUESDAY. TIGERS HOME TO CHARLESTON SOUTHERN, THE BEARS HOME AGAINST MURRAY ST.
THE 2-6 LADY TIGERS ARE OFF UNTIL THURSDAY WHEN THEY HOST 5-2 ST. LOUIS

STANLEY CUP CHAMPION BLUES LOOK TO RUN THEIR WIN STREAK TO 4 MONDAY NIGHT AT CHICAGO AGAINST THE BLACKHAWKS. IT’S THE FIRST OF A QUICK TWO GAME ROAD SWING FOR THE BLUES, WHO WON 2 OF 3 ON THE ROAD LAST WEEK.
– BLUES ARE 17-5-6 ON THE SEASON
– BLUES ARE 8-3-3 AT HOME, 9-2-3 ON THE ROAD
– BLUES HAVE SCORED 86 GOALS, OUTSCORING OPPONENTS BY 11 OVERALL
– BLUES ARE IN FIRST PLACE IN THE CENTRAL DIVISION
– UPCOMING GAMES – AT BLACKHAWKS MON, AT PENGUINS WED, HM TO TORONTO SAT, AT BUFFALO TUE 12/10, HM TO VEGAS THR 12/12, HM TO CHICAGO SAT 12/14, HM TO COLO MON 12/16, HM TO OILERS WED 12/18, AT SHARKS SAT 12/21, AT KINGS MON 12/23, AT JETS FRI 12/27, HM TO JETS SUN 12/29, AT COYOTES TUE 12/31

MIZZOU FIRED FOOTBALL COACH BARRY ODOM SATURAY AFTER FOUR YEARS ON THE JOB. THE TIGERS FINISHED WITH A 25-25 RECORD IN HIS FOUR SEASONS. MIZZOU OFFICIALS SAY THEY HAVE LAUNCHED A NATIONAL SEARCH TO FIND THE TIGERS 33RD HEAD COACH.
– ODOM SPENT 18 YEARS AT MIZZOU, EIGHT OF THOSE AS A COACH

MISSOURI TIGERS (FOOTBALL) CLOSED OUT THEIR SEASON WITH A 24-14 WIN ON THE ROAD OVER ARKANSAS. MIZZOU FINISHES THE SEASON WITH A 6-6 RECORD.

MSU BEARS (FOOTBALL) FINISHED THE SEASON WITH A 1-10 RECORD. THE BEARS LONE WIN OF THE SEASON CAME IN WEEK 4 AT WESTERN ILLINOIS WHEN THEY WON IN TRIPLE OVERTIME. SCHOOL OFFICIALS HAVE DECIDED TO STAY WITH THE CURRENT COACHING STAFF DESPITE THEIR LACK OF SUCCESS ON THE FIELD THE LAST FEW YEARS.

FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 4 YEARS, ALABAMA IS NOT RANKED IN THE TOP 5 OF A.P.’S COLLEGE FOOTBALL POLL. THAT SNAPS THE TIDE’S RECORD STREAK OF 68 STRAIGHT APPEARANCES IN THE AP’S TOP 5. ‘BAMA LOST TO AUBURN SATURDAY.

UPCOMING HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

MONDAY 12/2
CONWAY HM TO AVA
11/30 – 12/7 Frisco League Tournament
12/2-7 Tri-County Conference Tournament (Eldon-Versailles-Osage-
12/2-7 Sullivan Tournament (Waynesville-
12/2-7 Marionville Invitational (Buffalo-
12/2-7 33rd Annual Eugene Tournament (Macks Creek-St. Elizabeth)

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STANLEY CUP CHAMPION BLUES RAN THEIR WIN STREAK TO THREE SATURDAY NIGHT WITH A 5-2 HOME WIN OVER PITTSBURGH. IVAN BARBESHEV SCORED TWO GOALS. THE BLUES WILL BE BACK IN ACTION MONDAY AT HOME AGINST CHICAGO.
– BLUES ARE 17-5-6 ON THE SEASON

MIZZOU FIRED FOOTBALL COACH BARRY ODOM SATURAY AFTER FOUR YEARS ON THE JOB. THE TIGERS FINISHED WITH A 25-25 RECORD IN HIS FOUR SEASONS. MIZZOU OFFICIALS SAY THEY HAVE LAUNCHED A NATIONAL SEARCH TO FIND THE TIGERS 33RD HEAD COACH.
– ODOM SPENT 18 YEARS AT MIZZOU, EIGHT OF THOSE AS A COACH

MISSOURI TIGERS (FOOTBALL) CLOSED OUT THEIR SEASON WITH A 24-14 WIN ON THE ROAD OVER ARKANSAS. MIZZOU FINISHES THE SEASON WITH A 6-6 RECORD.
– TIGERS WERE 5-2 AT HOME AND 1-4 ON THE ROAD THIS SEASON
– DUE TO NCAA RULE VIOLATIONS THE TIGERS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO PLAY IN A BOWL GAME

MSU BEARS (FOOTBALL) FINISHED THE SEASON WITH A 1-10 RECORD. THE BEARS LONE WIN OF THE SEASON CAME IN WEEK 4 AT WESTERN ILLINOIS WHEN THEY WON IN TRIPLE OVERTIME. SCHOOL OFFICIALS HAVE DECIDED TO STAY WITH THE CURRENT COACHING STAFF DESPITE THEIR LACK OF SUCCESS ON THE FIELD THE LAST FEW YEARS.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL FRIDAY SAW THE MIZZOU LADY TIGERS FALL TO 2-5 ON THE SEASON WITH AN 82-69 LOSS TO NORTH CAROLINA IN THE CANCUN CHALLENGE.
ALSO, ON FRIDAY THE MSU BEARS (3-5) LOST TO LSU 73-58. THE BEARS WILL ENTERTAIN MURRAY ST. ON TUESDAY.
ON SUNDAY THE MSU LADIES (6-1) ARE AT HOME TO UMKC
THE MIZZOU MEN (4-3) WILL BE AT HOME TO PLAY CHARLESTON SOUTHERN ON TUESDAY.

THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS WILL BE AT HOME TO PLAY THE RAIDERS SUNDAY AFTERNOON WITH FIRST PLACE ON THE LINE. THE CHIEFS HAVE A ONE GAME LEAD OVER THE RAIDERS IN THE DIVISION STANDINGS AFTER OAKLAND LOST LAST WEEK.
– CHIEFS ARE 7-4, RAIDERS ARE 6-5
– THE CHIEFS WILL HOLD A 1 GAME DIVISION LEAD OVER THE RAIDERS
– CHIEFS ARE 5-1 ON THE ROAD, 2-3 AT HOME
– REMAINING GAMES ON THE CHIEFS SCHEDULE INCLUDE: RAIDERS, PATRIOTS, BRONCOS, BEARS, CHARGERS

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL ON THANKSGIVING THURSDAY THE MIZZOU LADY TIGERS FELL TO NEW MEXICO 71-68 IN THE CANCUN CHALLENGE. THE LADY TIGERS PLAY NORTH CAROLINA FRIDAY.
ALSO, ON FRIDAY THE MSU BEARS PLAY AT LSU.
ON SUNDAY THE MSU LADIES ARE AT HOME TO UMKC
THE MIZZOU MEN WILL BE AT HOME TO PLAY CHARLESTON SOUTHERN ON TUESDAY.

STANLEY CUP CHAMPION BLUES MAKE THE FINAL STOP OF THEIR 3 GAME ROAD TRIP IN DALLAS FRIDAY. THEY HAVE SPLIT THE FIRST TWO GAMES OF THE TRIP, LOSING IN NASHVILLE AND WINNING IN TAMPA.
– BLUES ARE 15-5-6 ON THE SEASON
– BLUES ARE IN FIRST PLACE IN THE CENTRAL DIVISION

THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS WILL BE AT HOME TO PLAY THE RAIDERS SUNDAY AFTERNOON WITH FIRST PLACE ON THE LINE. THE CHIEFS HAVE A ONE GAME LEAD OVER THE RAIDERS IN THE DIVISION STANDINGS AFTER OAKLAND LOST LAST WEEK.
– CHIEFS ARE 5-1 ON THE ROAD, 2-3 AT HOME
– REMAINING GAMES ON THE CHIEFS SCHEDULE INCLUDE: RAIDERS, PATRIOTS, BRONCOS, BEARS, CHARGERS

MISSOURI TIGERS (FOOTBALL) CLOSE OUT THEIR SEASON ON THE ROAD FRIDAY AGAINST RIVAL ARKANSAS. THE TIGERS LOST THEIR FINAL HOME GAME OF THE SEASON LAST WEEK TO TENNESSEE.
– MIZZOU IS 5-6, ARKANSAS 2-9
– KICK OFF IS AT 1:30 FRIDAY ON CBS

MSU BEARS (FOOTBALL) FINISHED THE SEASON WITH A 1-10 RECORD. THE BEARS LONE WIN OF THE SEASON CAME IN WEEK 4 AT WESTERN ILLINOIS WHEN THEY WON IN TRIPLE OVERTIME. MSU OFFICIALS HAVE DECIDED TO STAY WITH THE CURRENT COACHING STAFF NEXT SEASON DESPITE THEIR LACK OF SUCCESS THE LAST FEW YEARS.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL –
– Camdenton – season over (12-1 overall record)
– Lebanon – season over (9-3 overall record)
– Waynesville – season over (7-4 overall record)
– Rolla – season over (4-6 overall record)
– Osage – season over (3-7 overall record)
– Eldon – season over (1-9 overall record)
– Buffalo – season over (9-4 overall record)
– Versailles – season over (3-8 overall record)
– St. James – season over (0-10 overall record)

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STANLEY CUP CHAMPION BLUES BEAT THE LIGHTNING IN TAMPA WEDNESDAY NIGHT 4-3. THE BLUES ARE 1-1 ON THE THREE GAME ROAD TRIP WITH THE FINAL STOP IN DALLAS ON FRIDAY.
– BLUES ARE 15-5-6 ON THE SEASON
– BLUES ARE IN FIRST PLACE IN THE CENTRAL DIVISION
– UPCOMING GAMES – AT STARS FRIDAY, HM TO PENGUINS SATURDAY, AT BLACKHAWKS MON, AT PENGUINS WED 12/4, HM TO TORONTO SAT 12/7

COLLEGE BASKETBALL ON THANKSGIVING THURSDAY HAS THE MIZZOU LADY TIGERS TAKING ON NEW MEXICO IN THE CANCUN CHALLENGE.
ON FRIDAY THE MSU BEARS PLAY AT LSU.
ON SUNDAY THE MSU LADIES ARE AT HOME TO UMKC
THE MIZZOU MEN WILL BE AT HOME TO PLAY CHARLESTON SOUTHERN ON TUESDAY.

THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS HAVE A 1 GAME LEAD OVER THE RAIDERS IN THE DIVISION STANDINGS AFTER OAKLAND LOST TO THE JETS SUNDAY. THE CHIEFS WILL BE AT HOME TO PLAY THE RAIDERS SUNDAY AFTERNOON WITH FIRST PLACE ON THE LINE.
– CHIEFS ARE 7-4, RAIDERS ARE 6-5
– THE CHIEFS WILL HOLD A 1 GAME DIVISION LEAD OVER THE RAIDERS

MISSOURI TIGERS (FOOTBALL) CLOSE OUT THEIR SEASON ON THE ROAD FRIDAY AGAINST RIVAL ARKANSAS. THE TIGERS LOST THEIR FINAL HOME GAME OF THE SEASON LAST WEEK TO TENNESSEE.
– TIGERS ARE 5-2 AT HOME, 0-4 ON THE ROAD THIS SEASON
– MIZZOU IS 5-6, ARKANSAS 2-9
– KICK OFF IS AT 1:30 FRIDAY ON CBS

MISSOURI ST. (FOOTBALL) FINISHED THE SEASON WITH A 1-10 RECORD WITH A 51-24 LOSS AT HOME TO INDIANA ST. THE BEARS LONE WIN OF THE SEASON CAME IN WEEK 4 AT WESTERN ILLINOIS WHEN THEY WON IN TRIPLE OVERTIME.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL –
– Camdenton – season over (12-1 overall record)
– Lebanon – season over (9-3 overall record)
– Waynesville – season over (7-4 overall record)
– Rolla – season over (4-6 overall record)
– Osage – season over (3-7 overall record)
– Eldon – season over (1-9 overall record)
– Buffalo – season over (9-4 overall record)
– Versailles – season over (3-8 overall record)
– St. James – season over (0-10 overall record)