Bedosky's number

retired ... again

After 1-1 start on road,

Pitts assesses progress

​of Blue Tigers football

Central Bank tailgates are back

Blue Tigers waste
chances, fall short
to Wis-Oshkosh, 17-7

Mike Bedosky, an All-State and All-American lineman for the Jefferson City Jays in the late 1980s, had his No. 79 retired during a halftime ceremony of the Jays-Hickman game Friday night at Adkins Stadium. Prior to his graduation in 1989, Bedosky had his No. 78 retired --- so what's this all about? 

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We know you're ready for some football, but are you ready to tailgate? For the love of hot dogs, of course you are.

For the 12th straight year, Central Bank/KRCG tailgates are coming to a high school football game near you. On those Friday nights, from 5-6:30 p.m., paying fans will receive a free T-shirt, and enjoy a free quarter-pound hot dog, Hy-Vee chips and a Coke product. Fans are urged to arrive early while supplies last. In the last 11 years, Central Bank has given away nearly 60,000 T-shirts and too many hot dogs to count.

This year's remaining tailgates are: Borgia at Helias (Sept. 21); and Rock Bridge at Jefferson City (Sept. 28).

Tom Loeffler