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Mike Yeo enjoyed a highly successful debut as Blues head coach.
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WHAT TO WATCH FOR IN SPORTS THIS WEEKEND

There are several sports stories and headlines for you to keep up with over the weekend. This Friday in the Bommarito Sports Update we help sift through it all to keep you updated. Some of the key story lines heading into this weekend are …

STRONG START UNDER YEO

Goalie Jake Allen and the Blues launched the Mike Yeo era with a 5-1 win over Toronto.
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The Blues thumped the Maple Leafs 5-1 in Mike Yeo’s debut as St. Louis head coach Thursday. The second game on his watch is at 7 p.m. Saturday at Scottrade Center and on FOX Sports Midwest.

SLU HOOPS

Coach Travis Ford’s Billikens have shown some spunk of late.
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Get this: The Billikens now have three Atlantic 10 Conference wins and have won their last two games at Chaifetz Arena. They host a non-conference opponent, North Carolina A&T, on Saturday night.

MIZZOU HOOPS

Reed Nikko (14), Cullen VanLeer and the Tigers haven’t won a game since early December.
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For those still paying attention, the Tigers (5-16 overall, 0-9 in the SEC) play Arkansas at Mizzou Arena at 5 p.m. Saturday. They’d like nothing more than to break a 13-game losing streak.

SUPER SUNDAY

Quarterback Matt Ryan (left) leads the Falcons against Tom Brady and the Patriots.
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And for those who still pay attention to Roger Goodell’s league, there’s a game Sunday evening in Houston. Former Ram Chris Long will be playing for Bill Belichick’s bunch. That’s right, the only way for a Ram to have a shot at a ring is to become an ex-Ram.