Mizzou Football Links
- Double-T Nation: Offensive Matchups | Missouri Defense vs. Texas Tech Offense
- The Trib: Red means stop for Missouri offense
KC Star: Will Ebner is experienced at playing through pain
Mizzou Running Game
The Missourian: Missouri freshmen running backs move on after Tigers' first loss
Post-Dispatch: Henry Josey is giving Mizzou a lift
PowerMizzou: Coming up short
- PowerMizzou: Powered up: We know we don't know
Big 12 Links
- Daily Oklahoman: Negative campaigning: Should football coaches pick up where politicians left off?
Daily Oklahoman: How do you stop Baylor's Robert Griffin III?
Lawrence Journal-World: Road hasn't been kind to Hawkins, Buffs
KC Star: KU football has reverted back to non-relevance on campus
Topeka Capital-Journal: Angus Quigley defends Turner Gill
Omaha World-Herald: Improved offensive line still has more work to do
Omaha World-Herald: Kunalic KOs 'big deal'
Tulsa World (Dandy Dave Sittler): Stoops is in denial about OU's road problems
Dallas Morning News: Ryan Broyles on pace to own Sooners receiving records
- KBIA Sports Extra: Mizzou Basketball Player Preview: Laurence Bowers
- KBIA Sports Extra: Mizzou Basketball Player Preview: Steve Moore
Other Mizzou Links
MUtigers.com: Volleyball Tops Colorado, 3-1
KBIA Sports Extra: Thoughts from Mizzou volleyball's 3-1 win against Colorado
– Molly Kreklow was fantastic Wednesday night, thanks in part to good first touches from the Missouri back row. Kreklow is at her most efficient when operating a few feet from the net, but earlier in the season, she would often have to scramble back toward the 10-foot line for sets. When she had time to set up near the net and survey her options on Wednesday, her decision making was almost impeccable, and she even showed some newfound aggressiveness when dumping for kills. In addition, her blocking continues to improve exponentially. After beginning the season unable to block with both hands because of a dislocated pinky finger, Kreklow is now at full speed on the block and came up with several block kills while stranded in isolation by her middle blockers on the outside....
– Missouri travels to Ames on Saturday, where the Iowa State Cyclones will be playing in their first match back at Hilton Coliseum this season as a result of the flooding that pushed most of their matches to Ames High School. Missouri currently sits in the low-40s in the RPI rankings, and while the Tigers still need to take care of business at home against Texas A&M and Texas Tech the following week, a win against a ranked Iowa State team in Ames would send a strong message to the NCAA Tournament selection committee. Now at 8-6 in the Big 12, the Tigers hold their NCAA Tournament destiny in their own hands.
MUtigers.com: Tigers Drop to Nebraska at Big 12 Tournament
The Missourian: MU soccer team ends season of adjustments
SimmonsField.com: Mizzou in the Majors 2010: Ian Kinsler