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MUtigers.com: Mizzou's Keion Bell to Participate in Denny's Slam Dunk Championship
KC Star: Missouri's Keion Bell will compete in slam-dunk contest at Final Four
KC Star: Missouri coach Haith seeks to have NCAA case against him thrown out
MUtigers.com: Mizzou Basketball Set to Host 2013 Awards Banquet
Mizzou Football Links
Black & Gold Game
Mizzou Network (YouTube): Mizzou 2013 Black & Gold Game
PowerMizzou: Daily Recruiting Blast: April 1
PowerMizzou: Markel Smith opens it up
The Trib (Dave Matter): Vianney coach: Missouri still in the running for Markel Smith
KC Star: St. Louis running back who picked Missouri re-opens recruitment
PowerMizzou: Raymond Wingo takes his time
Tickets (10 Days)
Mizzou Network (YouTube): Renew 2013 Mizzou Season Tickets
Mizzou Diamond Sports Links
MUtigers.com: Tigers Set for Braggin' Rights at Busch Stadium
SimmonsField.com: MIZZOU MATCHUP: Illinois Fighting Illini
SimmonsField.com: HI NOTES: Braggin' Rights
SimmonsField.com: Mizzou Baseball in the Majors: Ian Kinsler
And The Pitchers Have Been Pretty Damn Dialed In...
The Missourian: Catcher's voice keeps Missouri pitchers dialed in
Case In Point:
And The Valley Shook: LSU Sweeps Missouri
LSU got its second straight SEC series sweep this weekend on the road against Missouri, but the real Tigers did not get victories in their normal fashion. Instead of dominating with offense, LSU relied on its pitching staff to hold slight leads in two games and to limit Mizzou's chances to score.
For the series, LSU hit a season low 0.243 (26/107) and struck out a season high 22 times. On the flipside, the team hit a season high six home runs for the series. Outside of Saturday and one inning on Sunday, the LSU offense was held mostly in check by Mizzou. LSU had season lows in just about every statistical category except home runs.
There's an NPF?
MUtigers.com: Marston and Thomas Selected in NPF Draft