Was this a called run or pass? Yes!
Mizzou Football Links
So it looks like Mizzou might have its first commitment from the state of Georgia soon. Linebacker Terence Waugh tried to commit already, but evidently the staff wanted him to visit campus first. For the love of God, don't take him to St. Louis then!!
Kidding. Just kidding. I promise.
/Don Denkinger gets brought up again in 3 ... 2 ... 1...
MUtigers.com: Kickoff Four-Pack for Football Opener Announced
Yahoo! Sports: SEC Preview: The West again the best, but the title chase in East should be good one
PowerMizzou: Terence Waugh could be next
Other Football Links
It really is funny to think of concepts like packaged plays and then realize how rigid the structure of the box score is that we cram all of this data into at the end of a game.
Grantland (Chris Brown): "Packaged" plays and rethinking the concept of modern play calling
Mizzou Basketball Links
Not No. 37 this year, mind you...
We're No. 37! We're No. 37!
ESPN.com (CBB blog): 50 in 50 rankings: No. 37 Missouri
Other Mizzou Links
As discussed in the FanShot yesterday, the two highest-ranked SEC soccer teams right now according to SoccerAmerica are ... Missouri (No. 13) and Texas A&M (No. 15). Florida checks in at No. 20, and that's it. WHY IS THE SEC SUCH A TERRIBLE ATHLETICS CONFERENCE??
Joplin Challenge: Mizzou returns to Joplin to paint new homes
MUtigers.com: Soccer Ranked 13th Nationally
The Trib: MU soccer team faces barometer game
The Trib (Ross Dellenger): Missouri soccer: Moving on up
The Trib (Ross Dellenger): Diggs 'doubtful' for match at Cal
The Maneater: Tigers ride new scorer, scheme into season
The Trib: Well-traveled Simpson is a hit with Tigers
The Maneater: Simpson joins Missouri for SEC inauguration
Mizzou Women's Basketball
MUtigers.com: Field Set for Cancun Challenge
The Trib: MU women's hoops team's Cancun Challenge slate set
There are so many things we haven't yet mastered in 2012, but we've got the Oral History format down pat. So good, so easy to read, so many interesting stories in this one.
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Grantland: An oral history of Ron Shelton's basketball comedy "White Men Can't Jump"