The Maneater

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Jan. 24, 2020

Sophomore running back Derrick Washington splits the Nebraska defense in the first half of Saturday's game in Lincoln, Neb. Washington finished with 139 yards rushing and three touchdowns, one on a reception.

Senior quarterback Chase Daniel unleashes a pass against Nebraska in the first half of Saturday's game in Lincoln, Neb. Daniel completed 18 of 23 passes for 253 yards and three touchdowns in the Tigers' 52-17 win.

Junior linebacker Sean Weatherspoon pressures Nebraska quarterback Joe Ganz during Saturday's game in Lincoln, Neb. MU linebackers held the Huskers to 79 rushing yards.

Junior Forward Michelle Collins fights for the ball with Colorado senior midfielder Alex Cousins on Friday at Walton stadium. The Tigers defeated the 15th-ranked Buffaloes 1-0.

Columbia police patrol the area outside of Ridgeway Elementary School on Thursday after reports of shots being fired nearby. There were no injuries, and police found no evidence at the scene.

Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin greets thousands of supporters at a rally in Chaifetz Arena at Saint Louis University following her debate against Democratic vice presidential nominee Joe Biden on Thursday at Washington University in St. Louis. The debate between Palin and Biden focused on the state of the economy and terrorism.

Democrat Chris Koster debates with Republican Mike Gibbons during a forum between the two candidates running for Missouri Attorney General on Sept. 11 in Fisher Auditorium.

Democrat Chris Koster debates with Republican Mike Gibbons during a forum between the two candidates running for Missouri Attorney General on Sept. 11 in Fisher Auditorium.

Democratic legislative candidates Kelly Schultz and Chris Kelly listen as State Rep. Steve Hobbs, R-Mexico, speaks during a candidate forum Wednesday in Memorial Union. The Associated Students of the University of Missouri invited several local politicians to discuss student issues.

Democrat Chris Koster

Democrat Chris Koster

Republican Mike Gibbons

Cheering to the beats of Marching Mizzou, sophomore cheerleader Tena Ball leads the crowd Thursday night during a pep rally for the MU football team on Carnahan Quadrangle. The Tigers take on the Nebraska Cornhuskers in a much-anticipated game Saturday in Lincoln, Neb.

Al Rojas, a founder of the United Farm Workers of America, speaks Thursday in Jesse Wrench Auditorium. During the discussion, sponsored by the MU Labor Education Program, Rojas spoke in favor of immigrant rights and unions.

Junior middle blocker Amanda Hantouli rises for a kill against Iowa State on Wednesday at the Hearnes Center. Hantouli had 11 kills in the Tigers' 3-2 win over the Cyclones.

First-time KCOU/88.1 FM DJ Kyle Brynsvold sits in the KCOU studio on Tuesday. KCOU provided DJ training classes for new students, and all new personalities were required to pass a Federal Communications Commission rules test before going on-air.

Chi Omega sorority member Lindsay Toler, a senior, speaks in favor of a measure to supply storage bins for predatory drug testing kits to fraternity houses Thursday at a joint student government meeting in Memorial Union. Toler's bill passed unanimously, as did a bill that alters how student fees are collected for campus construction.

Graduate student Luise King, wearing an egg costume, collects money during the Sustain Mizzou food drive Wednesday near Brady Fountain. The group will use the money collected to buy produce from local farmers to donate to the Central Missouri Food Bank.

The Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders received a $1 million grant from the Combating Autism Act. The funds will be used to expand the Rapid Response project, which focuses on diagnosing autism at an early age