Know Your Enemy: St. Louis Rams, 2014 NFL Draft Rounds 2 & 3

The Pick: RB Tre Mason, Round 3, No. 75 Overall
Who He Is: A 5-foot-8, 208-pound running back from the national-champion runner-up Auburn Tigers. He's the second player the Rams have selected out of Auburn this year (Robinson, No. 2 overall).

What He's Done: The first non-quarterback to lead Auburn in total offense since Bo Jackson in 1985. Piled up 1,816 yards and 23 touchdowns on 5.7 yards per carry for the Tigers on his way to SEC Offensive Player of the Year honors in 2013.

The Pick: DB Lamarcus Joyner, Round 2, No. 41 Overall
Who They Are: The Rams acquired the pick in a trade with the Bills, shipping their second- (No. 44 overall) and fifth-round (No. 153) selections to Buffalo to target the 5-foot-8, 184-pound defensive back out of Florida State.

What He's Done: Versatile cover man who racked up 69 tackles, two interceptions, seven tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks, and three forced fumbles for the national champion Seminoles in 2013.


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The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is Freshman Cross Country Runner Julia McIntyre from New Haven High School. Julia finished sixth in the state meet in Jefferson City with a time of 20:58.40 at the Oak Hills Golf Course in Jefferson City earlier this month. She helped her team to a 12th place finish. Julia was a straight A student at Franklin County R-2 and she continues to get A's in high school.

OFF THE CUFF with Diane Jones

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Football players strike. A university president resigns. Suddenly, the University of Missouri is in the eye of a media firestorm. Mizzou has now supplanted Ferguson as the hash tag known round the world.



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Scottie Upshall scored the game-winning goal early in the third period to help the Blues slip by the Blue Jackets 3-1 at the Scottrade Center. Vladimir Tarasenko added his 14th goal of the season and Jake Allen made 23 saves to earn the win for St. Louis, which improved to 15-6-and-3. Ryan Johansen tallied the lone goal for Columbus, which had won two straight. Sergei Bobrovsky stopped 29 of 31 shots in the loss.