Mizzou Links, 4-9-10

First things first: Happy Anniversary to Mrs. Bill C!!


  • MUtigers.com: Tigers Hold Mini-Scrimmage Thursday
    The offense scored a pair of touchdowns, with the first coming on a 10-yard run around left end from senior TB Derrick Washington, and that was followed by a 24-yard touchdown pass from junior QB Blaine Gabbert to sophomore WR Rolandis Woodland, who made a nice adjustment on a nicely-thrown fade pass in the right corner of the endzone to make the grab in front of the defender.
  • The Trib (Dave Matter): Tigers wrap up Thursday scrimmage
    Freshman QB James Franklin continues to work almost exclusively with the No. 2 offense during pre-scrimmage drills. I'm curious to see how the reps are split between the backups in Saturday's scrimmage and in next week's Black and Gold game. The mid-year enrollee is getting every opportunity to make an impression and earn the backup job this fall, which could mean some playing time backing up Blaine Gabbert.
  • PowerMizzou: Thursday practice report
    After missing practice on Tuesday with what was called a "personal problem" by Gary Pinkel, safety Jarrell Harrison spent most of the day working with the third team. Redshirt freshman Matt White was running No. 1 opposite Jasper Simmons. Tavon Bolden and Kenronte Walker were mostly with the second unit. There seem to be six safeties (including Jackson) who are legit threats for playing time. Will be very interesting to follow. White is the most intriguing to me. When he got to campus in August, he was just 17. He told me he is serving as the "big brother" to James Franklin, but he's actually younger than Franklin.
  • PowerMizzou: MAILBAG!!

Other Football Links

Basketball Links

Holy crap, is OU screwed...


  • MUtigers.com: Robin Pingeton Tabbed Head Women's Basketball Coach
  • The Trib: Missouri hires Pingeton as women's basketball coach
  • The Missourian: Missouri introduces PIngeton as new women's basketball coach
    The Missourian
    : AUDIO: Robin Pingeton named new women's basketball coach
  • KC Star: New Missouri women's coach likes the fast lane
    No sooner had Robin Pingeton been introduced as Missouri’s new women’s basketball coach, it was clear her approach to the game isn’t much different from that of Missouri men’s coach, Mike Anderson.

    "Very up-tempo," she said.

    "We prefer man-to-man defense//

    "We like to shoot the ball before you turn it over." And at that, a room full of well-wishers for Pingeton, a 41-year-old former coach at Illinois State, broke into both applause and laughter.

    (Ahem, the stats somewhat disagree, but that's cool.)
  • Post-Dispatch: Missouri names new women's basketball coach
  • PowerMizzou: Pingeton takes over MIzzou women's hoops
    PowerMizzou: PMTV: Meet Robin Pingeton

Other Mizzou Links

  • Mizzou Softball
    MUtigers.com: Tigers Set for Texas Series
    The Missourian: Rhea Taylor's antics draw laughs from Missouri softball team
  • Mizzou Baseball
    MUtigers.com: Missouri Ready to Face Sooners
    SimmonsField.com: Game Day: MU @ Oklahoma Sooners
  • Mizzou Gymnastics
    The Missourian: Regional first step in gymnasts' national championship aspirations
    The Maneater: Missouri gymnastics hopes to leap to championships
  • Mizzou Soccer
    MUtigers.com: Tigers Prepare for Illinois on Saturday
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