The Missouri House of Representatives is trash talking the University of Kansas.

The House has unanimously backed a resolution, sponsored by Rep. Kurtis Gregory, R-Marshall, a former Mizzou football player who played during the Big 12 Conference era and the bitter rivalry days against Kansas. His proposal supports the University of Kansas playing four home football games at  Arrowhead Stadium in Missouri for the upcoming college football season.

The proposal expresses “support for Kansans’ spending in Missouri and their ability to relive Border War memories when they cross the border” to attend four Jayhawk home games this year.

According to CBS Sports, construction at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, the Jayhawks home, is the reason why KU will be playing four Big 12 games at Arrowhead, and two at Children’s Mercy Park, the home of Major League Soccer’s Sporting Kansas City.

The Kansas football games at Arrowhead are against TCU, Houston, Iowa State, and Colorado.

The resolution heads to the Senate for consideration.

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