Mizzou Links, 2-1-13

Can't keep Elvis Fisher down... - Bill Carter

Point guards kill Mizzou, Elvis Fisher won't stay down, and Mizzou Women's Hoops wins its 14th game.

Mizzou Basketball Links

Really, Trib? It's February 1, a new month, and I still have to use Google Incognito mode to read articles? Why am I subscribing again? Please fix this quickly.

  • Mizzou Still Lost To LSU, Apparently :-(
    The Trib (Steve Walentik): Second thoughts

    [T]here were times in the second half Wednesday night when [Phil] Pressey seemed unstoppable on the offensive end, but he couldn’t stop his LSU counterpart, Hickey, who scored 14 of his 20 points in the second half, added four assists and two steals and became the latest point guard to frustrate Missouri on the road this season.

    Pressey certainly outplayed Larry Drew II while scoring 19 points and dishing out a career-high 19 assists in a Dec. 28 loss at UCLA. But while Pressey shot 8 for 22 and had five turnovers in that game, Drew showed greater efficiency, particularly down the stretch, and finished with eight points and 10 assists with only three turnovers.

    Mississippi’s Jarvis Summers burned Missouri with 12 points in a Jan. 12 loss in Oxford, Miss. He was averaging 7.7 points entering the game.

    Florida’s Scottie Wilbekin had 13 points, 10 assists and three steals while helping pressure Pressey into a career-high 10 turnovers on Jan. 19.

    "That position has really killed us on the road, the point guard position," Haith said. "You go back and look at it, we haven’t been able to defend that position. We’ve got to get better at it. You go back and look at Ole Miss, Florida, Larry Drew had a great game" for UCLA … That position has really hurt us."

    The Missourian: Missouri looking for right equation to solve road woes

Mizzou Football Links

So apparently we've offered a scholarship to Stewie Griffin's stuffed bear. Man ... this recruiting class is terrible...

Mizzou Diamond Sports Links

Other Mizzou Links

  • Mizzou Women's Basketball
    MUtigers.com: Crafton's Clutch Play Pushes Tigers Past Florida, 69-64
    The Trib: Missouri women beat Florida for 14th win
    The Missourian: Missouri holds off Florida at home
    The Missourian: Missouri coach sees growth after Florida win
    KC Star: Missouri women hold off Florida
    KBIA Sports: Mizzou holds off Florida to win 69-64 at home
  • Mizzou Wrestling & Gymnastics
    MUtigers.com: Sixth Annual Beauty and the Beast Features Top-Five Tigers Against No. 2 OSU, No. 22 OU
    The Missourian: Missouri set for Beauty and the Beast meet
    The Missourian: Missouri's Porter makes most of his shot
    The Maneater: Gymnastics and wrestling combine for Beauty and the Beast on Friday
  • Mizzou MMA
    The Trib: Woodley ready for close-up
  • Mizzou Tennis
    MUtigers.com: Tigers Travel to Face Akron, Princeton This Weekend
  • Mizzou Cross-Country
    MUtigers.com: Nine Freshmen Set to Perform on National Stage at USA XC Championships


The 2013 Alabama-Notre Dame BCS Championship Game was not a dramatic one, so SB Nation took it upon itself to heighten the emotion and tension the only way that made sense, repurposing the footage as Apollo 13 film, because even mission control roots against Notre Dame. It's science.

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