First off, breaking news from PowerMizzou: Chaminade's Brandon Hannah has committed to Mizzou! Hannah has slipped a smidge off the radar after a couple of knee injuries, but he has big-time WR potential with near-TE size (6'3, 230ish). That makes six commits for Mizzou so far in this class ... at least one-third of the likely available scholarships.
The Trib (Dave Matter): Another spring practice in the books
WR Rolandis Woodland put together another solid practice on Thursday. Woodland is thrilled to be practicing with the first-team offense but knows he’ll have to earn that promotion over the next few weeks and months. One thing he wanted to make clear: He never considered transferring this offseason. A few months ago Woodland mentioned on his Facebook page that he was headed out to California, instantly sparking speculation that he was transferring. "People thought I was going to UCLA or a junior college," Woodland told me. Nope and nope. Turns out, Woodland’s mother moved out to California and he headed west to visit her. "But you know how the rumor mill works," he said. "I’m always going to be a Tiger."
PowerMizzou: Thursday practice notebook
1. Gabbert hits Jerrell Jackson on an out-route. Pass complete.
2. Gabbert feels a blitz off the left edge, and dumps off a pass to Jackson. Pass complete.
3. Gabbert hits Rolandis Woodland in heavy traffic on a bubble screen. Pass complete.
4. Gabbert hits Woodland on a slant over the middle. Pass complete.
5. Gabberts finds Wes Kemp on a long out-route down the left sideline. Pass complete.
6. Gabbert takes off up the middle on an option keeper.
7. Gabbert connects with Woodland again. Pass complete.
8. Gabbert pitches to Kendial Lawrence.
9. Gabbert connects with Derrick Washington. Pass complete.
10. Gabbert scrambles to his right and eventually throws a bullet to Jackson. Pass complete.
10 plays, eight passes, and the ball didn't hit the turf once. Right now, according to Barnes, it's about the team building consistency. Over the first two practices, the 2010 Tigers appear to be doing just that on offense. And, that's where the 2007 squad made its name.
The Trib (Dave Matter): Spring Sneak Peek: Offensive backfield
- PowerMizzou: Recruiting Mailbag
- Post-Dispatch (Rams Report): 'Spoon is people's choice ... in Atlanta
- Inside Missouri Football: Atiyyah Ellison Visits Columbia
Mizzou Basketball Links
- The Missourian: Missouri waits for news about NCAA Tournament
- The Missourian: MU nicked up at Big 12 Tournament
KC Star (Campus Corner): Mizzou and the NCAA Tournament: The Sun Also Rises
Big 12 Links
- Big 12 Hoops: Big 12 Tourney 2nd Round Recap
KU > Tech
Rock Chalk Talk: 2,000 And Counting
KC Star: KU wakes up, beats Tech for win No. 2,000
KC Star (Upon Further Review): The BIG 2K
ATM > NU
KSU > OSU
KC Star: K-State beats Oklahoma State 83-64
KC Star (Upon Further Review): K-State: The Perfect Storm
Daily Oklahoman: Tough going for James Anderson
NY Times (The Quad): Kansas State Coasts in the Big 12
Baylor > Texas
Burnt Orange Nation: Longhorns Bounced from Big 12 Tourney
Austin American-Statesman: Texas men can't handle Baylor
Dallas Morning News: Bad blood flows between Longhorns, Bears
Houston Chronicle: Anger boils over in UT's loss to Baylor in Big 12 tourney
- Lincoln Journal-Star: Marquis Gilstrap done at Iowa State
Adieu to Cindy Stein
- MUtigers.com: Tigers Fall to Longhorns, 64-59
- The Missourian: Stein era ends in MU loss to Texas
- The Missourian: Hanneman goes out on high note for Mizzou
- KC Star: Missouri women fall short against Texas in Stein's final game
- Denver Post (Blog): Mizzou's Stein says good-bye; eyes a cold one
- The Missourian: Several coaches could fit Missouri women's basketball opening
Other Mizzou Links
The Trib: Tigers avoid falling prey to lethargy
The Trib: Gotta let it roll off
MUtigers.com: Missouri to Host Xavier at Taylor Stadium
SimmonsField.com: Game Day: Xavier @ Simmons Field
Mizzou Track & Field
The Trib: Adcock's effort is rewarded
Basketball Prospectus: Selection Committee Won't Weigh Finish