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    Deep cuts in state funding for Missouri's public universities have forced many of the state's schools to make some radical moves to stay within their budgets. Here's how athletics have been affected.

Deep cuts in state funding for Missouri's public universities have forced many of the state's schools to make some radical moves to stay within their budgets. Here's how athletics have been affected. Blair Kerkhoff and Chris Ochsner The Kansas City Star
Deep cuts in state funding for Missouri's public universities have forced many of the state's schools to make some radical moves to stay within their budgets. Here's how athletics have been affected. Blair Kerkhoff and Chris Ochsner The Kansas City Star

As Missouri higher education budget is slashed, sports programs also face cuts

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