The Trib (Dave Matter): Tigers spring back into action
DEPTH UPDATE: Lots of changes, most of them subtle, to the pre- and post-practice stretch lines. Keep in mind, the stretch lines do not always give a 100 percent reflection of the depth, but they’re usually a strong indicator for how things are developing. Among the changes … QB James Franklin was lined up No. 3, behind starter Blaine Gabbert and No. 2 Jimmy Costello, with Ashton Glaser at No. 4 and freshman Tyler Gabbert at No. 5. As they did last week, though, all four of the backups took turns working with the Nos. 2, 3 and 4 units. … There is a change along the offensive line: RG Travis Ruth is now working with the starters, replacing Jayson Palmgren, who worked with the second unit. Ruth has shuffled back and forth behind the guard and center the last two years. … Freshman TE Eric Waters is up to No. 3, behind starter Michael Egnew and Beau Brinkley — though, remember, [Andrew] Jones is out recovering from shoulder surgery.
PowerMizzou: Tuesday practice report
L'Damian Washington continues to impress. In a full-squad redzone drill, he made a nice move on an underthrown fade by Jimmy Costello in the endzone. He did a swim move on Kip Edwards to come back to the ball and made a nice catch for the touchdown. Washington is second on the depth chart behind Rolandis Woodland, but Woodland ended practice gimpy, appearing to injure his back -- although it didn't look too serious.
- Mocking the Draft: Danario Alexander NFL Draft scouting report
- PowerMizzou: PMTV signee video: Lucas Vincent
Big 12 Basketball Links
Daily Oklahoman: Financial advisor that contacted OU's Tiny Gallon also reached out to Willie Warren
Daily Oklahoman: Tommy Mason-Griffin says he's turning pro
Crimson and Cream Machine: Another Player Leaving, Graduation Rates, Willie Possibly Taking Money, and NCAA Punishments
The Trib: Basketball heals wounds at KSU
KC Star: Wildcats join a veteran group of Sweet 16 teams in West
KC Star (Campus Corner): Self speaks
Topeka Capital-Journal: Self offers no apologies
Houston Chronicle: Mississippi edges Texas Tech in 2 OTs (tough loss for the Red Raiders last night -- they had it all but locked up a couple of different times but couldn't quite seal the deal ... and they miss out on a trip to Madison Square Garden because of it)
Dallas Morning News (Chuck Carlton): If Baylor's Scott Drew keeps winning, other schools will take notice
Dallas Morning News: Avery Bradley undecided on NBA draft
NCAA Tournament Links
- The Dagger: West Virginia's Truck Bryant suffers an ill-timed flat tire
- Rush The Court: Formula For Success: Sweet 16 Edition
- ESPN.com: 'Mid-major' still means something
Lost Lettermen: Top 10 No. 1 Seed Tournament Chokes
Other Mizzou Links
MUtigers.com: Mizzou Records Second Consecutive Shutout
The Missourian: Freshman boosts confidence in Missouri victory
Big 12 Sports.com: Missouri Student-Athlete Spotlight: Aaron Senne
- Dr. Saturday: NFL owners pass overtime reform. Should the NCAA be next?
- Buster Sports: Random Prospect to Tim Tebow: 'Shut the F--k Up'