Mizzou Basketball Links
MUtigers.com: Second-Ranked Tigers Face Road Test In Stillwater
The Trib (Steve Walentik): What to watch for: Oklahoma State
Post-Dispatch: Mizzou impresses former Tiger who coaches OSU
MUtigers.com: Ricardo Ratliffe Earns Lute Olson National Player of the Week
The Missourian: Ratliffe key to Missouri's unique offense
Dallas Morning News: Phil Pressey making a big impact with a small frame
Doesn't Feel Right, But Might Not Be Wrong
KC Star (Campus Corner): Mizzou better without Bowers?
Zvosec said of Missouri's loss for the season of Laurence Bowers to a knee injury: "It's a weird dichotomy. It's addition by subtraction.
"Losing Laurence Bowers I think may have been the best thing for Frank Haith and this team.
"They certainly wouldn't be as good an offensive team with Bowers in there as opposed to the extra guard."
Post-Dispatch: There's a faith in Haith that wasn't there with Anderson
The Missourian: Under Haith, Missouri focuses on preparation
Daily Oklahoman: OSU Basketball: New Missouri coach Frank Haith surprised at team's high level of play
KBIA Sports Extra: No. 2 Mizzou sold on Haith
The Trib: Tigers' rise to No. 2 built on toughness
KC Star: Staying tough vital to Tigers
PowerMizzou: Quieting the Critics
Basketball Prospectus: Tuesday Truths: Admittedly Early Edition
Other Basketball Links
Texas > ISU
Dallas Morning News: Horns get much-needed win against Iowa State
Austin American-Statesman: Slow start, scary second half
Baylor > Oklahoma
Our Daily Bears: Baylor Downs Sooners, Matches 2010 Win Total At 18-2
Mizzou Football Links
PowerMizzou: Five Days: The Race to Land #1
PowerMizzou: Decision date, final three set for Meador
SB Nation: Missouri Not In Kansas Anymore
Kegs 'n Eggs: Welcome to the SEC: Missouri's Spectacular Conference Orientation
[One SEC official pulls out a cowbell and begins hitting it which causes every Missouri official to jump out of their seat.]
"We don’t expect you to become complete acclimated to this change for at least a year."
"In time, however, you’ll grow to love the SEC."
[Even more cowbells now]
"AND WE KNOW THAT THIS WILL BE BENEFICIAL FOR ALL PARTIES INVOLVED!"
[Michael now begins playing his cowbell which he was storing in his coat pocket. The Missouri officials look incredibly uncomfortable, but after 2 minutes the cowbells stop.]
"Now, are there any questions?"
[A Mizzou official clears his throat, and for the first time today someone speaks]
"Can you provide us with any necessary information regarding SEC basketball?"
[Silence. Complete and utter silence.]
Team Speed Kills: The State of the SEC