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Central Standard

Seg. 1: College Campus Surveillance | Seg. 2: How Football Came To Be

Segment 1: MU and other universities are tracking attendance through a cellphone app.

Developed by a former Mizzou basketball coach, SpotterEDU has been used by MU to track attendance for student athletes for years and now they're expanding its use. MU says students can opt out if they're uncomfortable, but people across the country are concerned by the trend.

Segment 2, beginning at 9:13: How did we get to today's celebratory Chief's parade? Let's start at the beginning.

It's been 50 years since the Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl. How did this very American game get started though, and where does Kansas City fit in? Also, for those of us who might not regularly watch football, what does this moment of triumph mean? We'll hear live updates from those celebrating at the parade.

Gina Kaufmann is the host of KCUR’s Central Standard, a talkshow fueled by curiosity and critical thinking. You can reach her on Twitter, @GinaKCUR.
Melody Rowell is the lead producer for KCUR’s Central Standard. You can find her on Twitter at @MelodyRowell, or by email at melody@kcur.org.
Mackenzie Martin is an associate producer at KCUR. Reach out to her at mackenzie@kcur.org or on Twitter @_macmartin.