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The dream of a perfect season and BCS championship was scratched out by the border rival Missouri Tigers. 6Sports reporter Andrew Baker reports live from the news center with more on Border Showdown.
Published on November 25, 2007
Crowds brave cold for ESPN's Gameday
Hours before kickoff Saturday, ESPN made Arrowhead Stadium the perfect scene for the perfect big game preview.
Fans cheer on Hawks from Lawrence
KU fans flocked to various locations around Lawrence to grab a seat for the most anticipated game of the season. 6News reporter Crispin Lopez has more.
Police investigate armed robbery
Lawrence police say a man entered Hird Retail Liquor near 6th St. and Kasold around 5:40 Saturday night.
Festival of Trees helps county children
Crews are setting up for The Shelter Inc.'s 21st annual Festival of Trees. The event opens to the public tomorrow and will be on display throughout the week.
Humane Society raises money with Santa Paws
Lawrence residents brought their furry friends to the Lawrence Humane Society for the annual Santa Paws event.
1 in 5 young people uninsured
A state agency believes it has found a way to cover the largest uninsured segment of the population: the 19- to 25-year-old crowd.
Holiday shopping a huge temptation
The holiday shopping season is officially underway. As BoomerGirl.com managing editor Cathy Hamilton reports, that means some boomer-aged women could be tempted to spend more than they can afford.
Beaten but still in top 5
The new BCS standings were released, and the Jayhawks are still in BCS bowl contention, but first: how the unbeaten season slipped away last night at Arrowhead.
Hawks survive OT scare, 76-72
Amidst all the Border Showdown hype, the Kansas basketball team was at home tonight with the always dangerous Arizona Wildcats.
Pack the House to help LHS coach
Lawrence High School will host its 14th annual Pack the House event tomorrow night. Money raised will be donated to Coach Devon and his family to help alleviate his medical expenses.
Cheering on the Hawks
KU fans at bars around Lawrence cheer on the Jayhawks during the Border Showdown.
Fans talk about the loss
KU fans Jennifer Holladay, Ray Hodgson and Matthew Riordan talk about the Jayhawks' loss to Missouri.
Second half at Wayne and Larry's
Marc Wright from Wichita speaks his mind about the Jayhawks' performance in the first half.
Half-time at Free State Brewery
Michael Folendore, Kansas University senior from Florida, and Lindsey Smith, Kansas University junior from Arizona, share their thoughts on the KU-MU game.
6Sports Border Showdown special
6Sports brings you 30 minutes of postgame analysis, highlights, interviews and more from the Border Showdown.
KU struggles, falls
The Kansas football team drops 21 points on the Missouri defense in the fourth quarter, but it's still not enough tonight at Arrowhead Stadium.
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