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FEELING BUSCHED: In St. Louis, Dave Matter reports Missouri and Arkansas State "won’t be moving their 2015 football game to Busch Stadium." Arkansas State AD Terry Mohajir informed St. Louis Sports Commission President Frank Viverito on Monday that the game "will stay in Jonesboro." Missouri can buy out of the '15 game "for a $600,000 fee, but as of July, Mohajir had not discussed that option with MU." Viverito "declined to say how much the sports commission offered ASU to move the game to St. Louis." The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reported in July that St. Louis’ offer was $1.5-2M (ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, 8/27).