Mizzou Links, 3-9-12

KANSAS CITY, MO - MARCH 08: Marcus Denmon #12 of the Missouri Tigers smiles after scoring during the NCAA Big 12 basketball tournament quarterfinal game against the Oklahoma State Cowboys on March 8, 2012 at Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

I'm attempting Google Chrome this morning for a sustained amount of time ... either Firefox is getting worse, or it just doesn't handle the SBN platform very well. Quick question: what in the hell is the keystroke shortcut for bolding something on a Mac/Chrome? It sure as hell isn't Command-B or Ctrl-B.

Mizzou Basketball Links

Other Basketball Links

    Big 12 Sports: Perry Jones III Leads Bears Over K-State
    KC Star: Postgame: Baylor 82, K-State 74
    ESPN.com: Rapid Reaction: Baylor 82, Kansas State 72
    ESPN.com: Baylor's Perry Jones III has career day
    Big 12 Sports: Elijah Johnson Leads Kansas Past Aggies
    Rock Chalk Talk: Kansas Vs. Texas A&M: Jayhawks Cruise To The Big 12 Semifinals
    Rock Chalk Talk: Bill Self Press Conference: Kansas Looks Ahead To Baylor
    KC Star: Kansas pounds A&M in Big 12 tourney, Baylor next
    KC Star: Jayhawks stumbled against Bears in '09
    Lawrence Journal-World: Bill Self 'not a fan' of Baylor's neon uniforms
    Big 12 Sports: Longhorns Upset Cyclones in Quarterfinals
    Burnt Orange Nation: Texas Bounces Iowa State, NCAA Tournament Bubble
    Rush the Court: Facing Its Own Mortality, Texas Finds a Way To Stay Alive
    ESPN.com: Rapid Reaction: Texas 71, Iowa State 65

Mizzou Football Links

  • Spring Football Continues
    The Trib (Dave Matter): Tigers back for more

    I'll have more on this topic in Friday's Tribune, but one of the leading spring storylines is the ongoing competition at the receiver positions. Assistant coach Andy Hill said the staff is hoping to identify its top eight receivers heading into preseason camp — or at least the top six who will most likely figure into the rotation. The X-factor, of course, is incoming freshman Dorial Green-Beckham. Or, in his case, more like the Y-factor. Coaches haven’t settled on a position for Green-Beckham, but one of the first considerations will be the Y, which in the Missouri playbook is the inside receiver position that can be filled by either a tight end or wide receiver. The Tigers generally have two four-receiver packages: one that puts a tight end at Y and one that puts a receiver at Y. In 2009, when Danario Alexander was an All-American and set the team record for receiving yards, he mostly played the Y position as a receiver. The last two seasons, Michael Egnew, played the Y as a tight end. Right now, Eric Waters is playing the Y as a tight end, but if the Tigers prefer a quicker receiver at the Y, they've identified receivers Bud Sasser or Jaleel Clark for those roles. I'm told incoming freshmen Sean Culkin and Brandon Holifield will definitely be designated as tight ends, but Green-Beckham is more in the mold of a Y, a position that can be lined up in the slot or isolated to the outside depending on the play call.

    PowerMizzou: Stepping Up

    A few quick hits: Gaines continues to impress. He had another interception on Thursday, and broke up a deep pass to Marcus Lucas during one-on-one drills. Lucas looked open, too -- Gaines is just closing that much faster this year ... Lucas Vincent bulled over Morse in one drill, drawing ample, and vocal, celebration from Sheldon Richardson: "First team, baby!," Richardson shouted from the sideline ... Randy Ponder intercepted a pass down the sideline from Corbin Berkstresser, intended for Rolandis Woodland ... Woodland responded later in practice, making a tough catch over the middle in between defenders. He also turned a short catch into a touchdown at the end of practice.


  • Outsiders Learn About Como
    ESPN.com (SEC Blog): The SEC guide to Missouri's home turf
  • Scheduling
    Dawg Sports: SEC Expansion, Permanent Inter-Divisional Opponents, and Prioritizing Rivalries
  • EXPANSIONAPALOOZA™ Continues Apace
    SB Nation: Conference Realignment Catch-Up, Now That Temple's Joined The Big East
  • Spring Previews
    SI.com: Alabama, LSU burning questions lead SEC spring football primer

Other Mizzou Links

  • Mizzou Women's Basketball
    MUtigers.com: Tigers Fall To Sooners in Quarterfinal Round
    The Trib: MU women bounced from Big 12 Tournament
    The Missourian: Missouri's season ends with tournament loss to Oklahoma
    The Missourian: PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri loses to Oklahoma
    KC Star: Mizzou women fall to OU in Big 12 tournament
    Daily Oklahoman: OU women rally past Missouri
  • Mizzou Softball
    The Trib: Thomas is MU softball team stress reliever
  • Mizzou Baseball
    SimmonsField.com: Game Day: Charlotte @ MU
  • Mizzou Gymnastics
    MUtigers.com: No. 14 Mizzou Heads to No. 4 Alabama


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