Mizzou (and Big 12) Football Links
- PowerMizzou: Ten Tigers to watch: #5-7
- KOMU.com: Former Tigers Return to Columbia
The Trib: Players can't do it alone: A look at the league's top assistants
4. Andy Hill, Missouri receivers: About to enter his 15th season coaching pass-catchers at his alma mater, Hill has survived a head-coaching change and numerous offensive makeovers in Columbia. And through it all, he’s coached the most productive receivers to play for the Tigers: All-Americans Justin Gage, Jeremy Maclin and Danario Alexander. In 2009, he added MU’s tight ends to his coaching responsibilities.
- The Trib: Big 12: We Know Drama
Daily Oklahoman: Saluting the Greatest Generation of Sooners
Tulsa World (Good Ol' Dave Sittler): How long Pickens' patience will last is billion-dollar question
College Football Talk: T. Boone denies Mike Leach-Oklahoma State rumors
Mizzou (and Big 12) Basketball Links
I hope everybody was keeping up with Kim English on Twitter this weekend as he jetted off to Carmelo Anthony's wedding...was an entertaining series of posts...
- PowerMizzou: Summer Sessions: Justin Safford
PowerMizzou: Summer Sessions: John Underwood
PowerMizzou.com: Last year, you told me you needed to add weight. You happy with the progress you've made, getting up over 225?
John Underwood: "Oh yeah. I've put on a lot of weight since then."
PM: Other than just sitting down and eating more, how do you add that much weight?
JU: "You know, just eat protein, protein bars, shakes and eat the right kind of food."
- The Trib (Steve Walentik): The conference's forget-me-nots
New Big 12 Links
- Tulsa World: More than a concept
KC Star: After their fling, Big 12 schools endorse the virtues of commitment
Other Mizzou Links
The Trib: Klein's prospects come up aces
ESPN.com (Rob Neyer): Tigers' Scherzer just another figure filbert
SimmonsField.com: 2011-12 Mizzou Recruit: Brett Thomas, RHP/SS
I couldn't help but pass this along from Red Cup Rebellion ... the best "Don't blame me, I voted for _____" I've seen since Willie Nelson.