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  • By 7 p.m., the word "Mizzou" was present in 0.04 percent of all tweets in the world at that moment, according to Trendistic, a social-media analysis site.

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  • Just more proof that Mizzou is SO MUCH better than KU ...

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  • We all know that when Mizzou is winning, the whole state feels better.

    Missouri shows how schools pay a price for football success

  • Daniel's fiery and efficient play led the Tigers to arguably the greatest season in Mizzou history.

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  • By landing Nash and seven other prospects from the St. Louis area, Pinkel and his staff delivered a message to the Huskers and other programs that have feasted there and sometimes throughout Missouri in recent years: Mizzou is shoring up its recruiting borders.

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  • The University of Missouri aka Mizzou infuses this town of 85,000 with life and smarts; it employs half of the town's residents.

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  • At Mizzou, which is expecting a record enrollment this year, adjustment to a big school just compounds the problem, she says.

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  • We joined a group in the parking lot, some standing on folding chairs which included young co-eds in Halloween costumes (cat ears with painted on whiskers, a tiara wearing student in a black raincoat, and several in short skirts and high heels); a woman in a flannel shirt smoking a cigarette, families, and lots and lots of students of every race and color, many wearing "Mizzou" T-shirts and other campus gear.

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  • If someone hasn't taken the time to thoroughly sort through all the forensics to understand exactly why so many schools such as Mizzou were so willing to openly flirt with other conferences - and how one of the most powerful BCS conferences in the country found itself on the brink of a historic apocalypse - then expect the Big 12 to end up in another life-threatening circumstance in the not-too-distant future.

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  • Freshman forward Laurence Bowers drew "Mizzou" and "31-6" in big brown bubble letters on a dry erase board in the locker room.

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