With the only team we know we will play out of the way, let’s turn our attention to the team that, based on seeds and rankings, is the most likely for us to play moving forward, the Pride of Hofstra.
After the latest results of the weekend, we know a handful of things about SEC baseball that we didn't know before Friday. There are still a few things to figure out, though
Hofstra and Oregon State kick things off at 3 p.m. CT, and Mizzou and Stony Brook follow up at 5:30.
Given how the bracket normally falls, if seeds hold to form, #1 MU would not match up at any point with #3 Oregon State.
Otto Porter said he was "very close" to attending Mizzou but that changed quickly when "the coach left and didn't tell me."— stu durando (@studurando) May 16, 2013
You really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really didn't have to confirm it.
Yesterday we looked at the second-best dunk to ever take place in Kansas. Today, we relive the best, even if it technically didn't happen.
We learned last year that Stony Brook doesn't mess around on the diamond. Can the softball team follow up on baseball's dramatic run to the 2012 College World Series? Let's hope not.
Mizzou's final baseball series starts today, Henry Josey is the starting running back (for now), and back-to-back-to-back might doom Chelsea Thomas.
Basketball is often about pure, unadulterated, freakish athleticism. That is and will always be what made Rickey Paulding so memorable and endearing.
Before we take a look at Missouri's weekend opponents in the Columbia Regional, let's take a look at Missouri.
Mizzou adds two more football commitments, Mizzou Baseball tries to secure an SEC Tournament bid, Mizzou Track is ready for more, and Happy Belated Birthday, Steve Wonder.
Jordan Clarkson's good, a judge turns down Frank Haith, the schedule is taking shape, Phil Pressey is Combining, and Alex Oriakhi is not.
For the last six months, I've been putting the pieces together for a book about, well, college football.