>>Cowboys Blown Out By Saints 49-17
(New Orleans, LA) — The Cowboys are searching for answers following a 49-to-17 blow out by the New Orleans Saints on Sunday Night Football. Dallas’ defense allowed the most yards in a game franchise history at 634 during last night’s game. They also allowed the most first downs in NFL history at 40. The offense gained only 217 total yards and was 0-for-9 on third downs. Dallas now heads to a bye week, before having three games in 14 days. They’re still tied for the lead in the NFC East with Philadelphia.
>>Carolina Defeats San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Carolina sacked Colin Kaepernick (KAP’-ur-nihk) six times and intercepted him once on the way to a 10-9 win over San Francisco. The Panthers held the 49ers to just 151 yards total offense in winning their fifth straight to improve to 6-3.
>>Jags Top Titans
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Maurice Jones-Drew and Jordan Todman each ran for a touchdown to help Jacksonville top Tennessee 29-27 for the Jaguars first win of the NFL season. The Titans also lost quarterback Jack Locker to a right foot injury and he was on crutches after the game.
>>Rams Crush Colts In Indy
(Indianapolis, IN) — Rookie Tavon Austin had two touchdown catches and a 98-yard punt return for a score as the Rams crushed the Colts 38-8 at Lucas Oil Stadium. Austin ended with 138 yards receiving and became just the third player in NFL history to post three touchdowns of 55 yards or longer in a single game. Kellen Clemens finished 9-of-16 for 247 yards and the two TD’s for St. Louis, which snapped a three-game skid and improved its record to 4-and-6. Zac Stacy and Benny Cunningham combined for 134 rushing yards in the victory.
>>Mizzou Slips One Spot In BCS
(Undated) — Missouri is down one spot in this week’s BCS Standings despite winning Saturday. The Tigers went from eighth to ninth following Saturday’s 48-17 win at Kentucky. Kansas was blown out 42-6 at 14th-ranked Oklahoma State and Kansas State topped Texas Tech, 49-26.
>>KU, Mizzou Win In Hoop, K-State Loses
(Undated) — Kansas and Missouri are 1-and-0 in basketball, while K-State lost its opener. The sixth-ranked Jayhawks beat Louisiana-Monroe 80-63 on Friday, the Tigers topped Southeastern Louisiana 89-53 and the Wildcats lost 60-58 to Northern Colorado. KU plays Duke in Chicago tomorrow.
>>Holden and Lafayette Co. Battle Monday
Holden and Lafayette County face each other tonight for the District Championship and a chance to move on in State competition. That game will be on KRLI Country 103.9 beginning at 6:45 tonight.