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Mizzou falls to Purdue at home

(Source: University of Missouri) (Source: University of Missouri)

The Mizzou Tigers football team lost to the Purdue Boilermakers 35-3 in Columbia on Saturday.

Mizzou will host Auburn next Saturday on September 23.

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