We begin with what will apparently be a new, weekly feature: a week-in-review piece from Dave Matter.
1. 13 hours to Arkansas
MUtigers.com: Mizzou Basketball Back In Action Tuesday
The Trib: Brown is Tigers' can't-miss kid
The Trib (Courtside View): Haith talks about Tuesday night's game at Arkansas
The Missourian: Missouri basketball enters critical stretch
Post-Dispatch: Tigers, Razorbacks renew border rivlary
KC Star: MU’s basketball season enters critical point starting with game at Arkansas
KC Star: Missouri-Arkansas basketball preview
PowerMizzou: Brown becomes Mizzou's leader
Mizzou Network: POSTGAME INTERVIEW: Jabari after his 24 points against South Carolina
Mizzou Network: PREVIEW: Mizzou takes on Arkansas Tuesday
2. 8 days to Signing Day
I'm going to do my best to filter between the truly substantive Sasha Menu Corey pieces and the more hysterical, "Independent investigation? Not enough! Get the government involved! Take it to the president! Fire Mike Alden just in case!" links. But I make no promises. An awful piece might slip through. Regardless, like I said on Sunday, I'm all for asking further questions, I'm all for making sure Missouri made no specific, crushing mistakes in this process (things that need to be rectified immediately so this doesn't happen again), and I'm all for a rape investigation. But I'm already tired of the posturing and the piling on (and it's only just begun), and I hate that the parents decided to get ESPN involved because Missouri was showing "condolence, but not comfort," or whatever that quote was from Sunday.
The Trib: Sasha Menu Courey’s parents: Response is move in right direction
The Missourian: Sasha Menu Courey's family releases statement in response to investigation
KC Star: Columbia police open criminal investigation into alleged rape of Sasha Menu Courey
Post-Dispatch: Columbia, Mo., police launch investigation into alleged rape of MU student
4. How much do you figure he would charge as a personal trainer (asking for a friend)?
5. "8 SEC teams in the preseason Top 25"
Godspeed to you, Tim Jamieson.
7. RIP, folk legend
I hope to still be an idealist in some regard at 94 years old ... or, hell, even 44. That's a tough enough feat, but Pete Seeger pulled it off (and this obit is tremendous).