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ATHENS, Ga. - The Mizzou soccer team scored four second half goals to overcome an early 2-0 deficit and notch a 4-3 win over Georgia on Sunday afternoon in Athens, Ga. The win improved the Tigers record to 11-5-1 overall and 6-3-1 in Southeastern Conference action, while the Bulldogs fell to 5-11-1 and 2-8-0.Trailing 2-0 at the break, Mizzou tallied twice in the first two minutes of the second half to tie the score and added two more goals to complete the comeback win. It was the second two-goal deficit Missouri recovered from this season, as the team also defeated Central Arkansas 3-2 after trailing 2-0. Additionally, Sundays match marked the first time Mizzou scored four goals in a half since it tallied four in the second half of a 5-1 win over Memphis in the 2012 season opener.Georgia took early control with goals in the sixth and seventh minutes for a quick 2-0 lead over Missouri, an advantage that held through the first half.Freshman Sarah Luebbert (Jefferson City, Mo.) pulled the Tigers within one goal only 44 seconds into the second half. She corralled a loose ball in the box turned a defender and slotted a left-footed strike into the back of the net. The goal was Luebberts 10th of the season, which ties her for second on Mizzous all-time freshman goals list. Additionally, she concluded the game with 24 points, the second-most ever for a Tiger freshman.One minute later, junior Kaitlyn Clark (Liberty, Mo.) pounced on a rebound from Luebbert and beat the Bulldog keeper to the left post to knot the score at 2-2.The Missouri offense continued to put pressure on Georgia and finally broke through to give the Tigers its first lead of the match in the 59th minute of play. Clark send in a cross from the left endline that found junior Jessica Johnson (Los Angeles, Calif.), who turned to put the ball on her left foot and beat the Bulldog keeper to her right.Redshirt freshman Madison Lewis (Zionsville, Ind.) added Mizzous fourth goal when she headed a loose corner over a Georgia defender stationed at the right post in the 76th minute. Junior Savannah Trujillo (Kansas City, Mo.) was credited with an assist on the play.The Bulldogs added their third goal off a corner in the 85th minute but could not manage an equalizer in the final five minutes of regulation.Missouri outshot Georgia 20-16, including a 13-7 edge in shots on goal.The Tigers conclude the regular season on Thursday, Oct. 27, when the team hosts No. 20 Florida at 8 p.m. CT live on the SEC Network. Donatas Motiejunas Jersey. -- Ohio States Urban Meyer has never had any issue acclimating to the biggest stages in college football. Anthony Davis Pelicans Jersey. Mickelson barely made the cut but had the best round of the day with nine birdies and an eagle coupled with two bogeys to sit two shots behind leader Craig Lee of Scotland. Lee shot a 69 for a 12-under 204 total. 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RIO DE JANEIRO -- Speaking to reporters after the all-around final in mens gymnastics Wednesday night, Sam Mikulak and Chris Brooks expressed pride in their seventh- and 14th-place performances, and satisfaction with a level of competitiveness in which the two Americans avoided major errors in all six of their routines.The juxtaposition was still stark. For at the same time they made their remarks, medals were being awarded following one of the hardest fought and definitely the highest level the sport has ever seen as reigning gold medalist and six-time world champion Kohei Uchimura of Japan edged out Ukraines Oleg Verniaiev for gold, while Great Britains Max Whitlock picked up the bronze.Separated by fractions of a point all night, the drama reached its climax on the high bar, the final rotation for both Uchimura and Verniaiev. Performing last and needing a 14.899 for gold, Verniaiev appeared to have nailed it as the hushed crowd erupted, only to gasp minutes later when he received a 14.8, a full point below Uchimuras high bar score.The final point total: Uchimura 92.365, Verniaiev 92.266.The 27-year-old who led Japan to team gold two days earlier, became the first man to achieve back-to-back titles in the Olympic all-around since his countryman Sawao Kato achieved the feat in 1968 and 1972.After winning the group gold, it was tough to refocus, Uchimura said. Im so exhausted right now.The charismatic Mikulak, on the other hand, said he jumped from 16th-place after the third rotation to a final seventh based on the pick-me-up he got from slamming his third can of his herbal energy drink, a business he and two friends started while he was at Michigan.I honestly believe that was the turning point for me, said the 23-year-old, who added that he wants to compete in at least one more Olympics.Like Brooks, who at 29 was an alternate on the 2012 Olympic team, Mikulak, 23, beat the odds to compete both in London (after a sprained ankle kept him out of five of six events at Olympic trials) and in Rio (after completing rehab in March from surgery to repair ankle and Achilles injuries).Criticized for his inconsistency at times and again during team finals, when he went out of bounds on his first two passes on floor -- the Americans first rotation -- Mikulaks mission was clear.I hit six-of-six [Wednesday], I think that was the biggest goal of mine coming out here, he said. For a while, the P&G [Championships] and trials [both in June], I didnt hit six-for-six, but I came to the grandest of stages and I did it here. So I think I proved to myself and a lot of others that Im stiill capable of hitting all my routines.ddddddddddddor Brooks, this will be his first and last Olympics, his battered body delivering one of the better nights of his career Wednesday.I have a whole new respect for those who have competed in all-around finals before me, he said. That was intense, it was extreme. My body was sore, I was tired after doing prelims [Saturday] and team finals [Monday]. It was an emotional roller coaster through all that. And then to have to get up and do six events [Wednesday], it was mentally and physically a struggle, but Im glad my training, my preparation, everything Ive been doing outside the gym, paid off.To see my name even near the top of the scoreboard was an amazing honor.While it is a sport, to be sure, in which competitors are often separated by no more than tenths of a point and one or two mistakes, Mikulaks 89.631 was 1.01 off the bronze medalists point total and leaves the men to re-examine their program.Certainly finishing fifth [as a team] puts everything into question and you have to take a serious look at it and it falls on my shoulders as team coordinator, Kevin Mazeika said. I have to take a really hard look at it and see what we need to do to get over the hump and get back on the medal stand.Were definitely not satisfied with finishing fifth. [But] it was a different fifth [than 2012] in terms of the way these guys did everything and anything we asked of them inside the gym, outside the gym, with preparation, nutrition, diet, the mental part of it. Theyre all working very, very hard and we saw some amazing gymnastics. There were incredible bright spots.Mikulak, for all intents and purposes the face of U.S. mens gymnastics as the four-time national champion, said he wants to work with young gymnasts to maximize their potential and not make the same mistakes I have. But he also prefers to look at the positive.It wasnt quite as nerve-wracking as I thought, he said of Wednesday night. This is the type of situation where youve got to remember it for the rest of your life. And when I came out on the floor, I was like Wow, either this moment is going to be super nerve-racking or its going to be very enjoyable. You just have to trust your training, breathe and youre like, Wow, this is exactly the same thing I do at home.It was just very nice to have that takeaway and mentally its going to help propel me from here on out. ... I just look to the future and hope I can keep smiling and enjoy myself. Wholesale Jerseys  Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Authentic Jerseys From China Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' '

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