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BLOG: Where in the NFL is Brandon Williams going
What we know is that Missouri Southern All-American defensive tackle Brandon Williams will be selected in the NFL draft over the next three days.
BLOG: Looking at the good and bad of the Royals
Fans are a reactionary sort.
BLOG: MBCA all-state teams announced
Webb City junior point guard Mikaela Burgess was named to the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association Class 4 girls all-state team. Burgess led the Cardinals in scoring and helped her team finish second in Class 4.
BLOG: Spotlight shines on MSSU's Brandon Williams
Missouri Southern defensive tackle Brandon Williams continues to create a buzz as experts discuss April's NFL draft.
BLOG: Leftovers from Christian Laettner interview
College basketball icon Christian Laettner was at Missouri Southern’s Robert Ellis Young Gymnasium on Wednesday to watch the Association of Christian College Athletics National Championships.
BLOG: Early reports on college football signings
Nothing is official until Feb. 6 when players actually sign letters of intent to play college. However in the world of instant news that we live in, many verbal committments are announced well before national signing day.
BLOG: Leftovers from the Royals Caravan
Broadcaster Steve Physioc said the Kansas City Royals expected color analyst Rex Hudler to be criticized early in the season. However, Physioc also said the Royals were confident fans would learn to grow fond of his sometimes “over the top” colleague.
BLOG: Autograph opportunities aplenty
If you’re into collecting sports autographs, there will be plenty of free opportunities over the next few days.
Crawford, Cherokee counties not represented in Shrine Bowl
The rosters for the 2013 Kansas Shrine Bowl were released last week. However, the original rosters do not include a single player from Crawford or Cherokee counties.
BLOG: Rod Smith has strong case for Pro Football Hall of Fame
The concept of professional sports hall of fames is simple enough. It is a place for the game’s greatest players to be remembered. It is a place where the stories of Babe Ruth, Jim Brown and Wilt Chamberlain will still be told 100 years from now.
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