Links: Moe on Up, Sykes with a walk-off

T.J. Moe talked about unions on Up, Softball and Baseball both took big series against ranked teams, and the Mizzou athletic department made some money this year.

Links: Moe, #stubble, and a baseball upset

T.J. Moe talks about unions and the sanctity of amateurism, Ehren Earleywine previews Georgia, and Mizzou Baseball pulls an upset on ESPNU.

Links: #stubble and unions

Northwestern athletes are granted the right to form a union if they so choose, "newcomers" will be the watchword for Mizzou Hoops in 2014-15, and Mizzou Softball splits a doubleheader in St. Louis (and Ehren Earleywine is NOT impressed).

Links: Steals, early entries, and #Stubble

Steals are perhaps more valuable than you thought (and Mizzou was awful in the steals department this year), the NCAA's super early early-entry deadline is ridiculous, and ... who's up for some midweek softball at Lindenwood?

Links: Hoops and the future

The state of Mizzou Basketball and the week in review for Mizzou Softball.

Links: Great, good, bad, and awful

J'Den Cox won a national title, and Mizzou Softball went 4-0 at University Field. Good weekend! Mizzou Hoops' season ended at the hands of Southern Miss, and Mizzou Baseball got outscored 19-7 in three games at Ole Miss. Bad weekend!

Links: Pro Day and #TigerStyle

Kony Ealy and Michael Sam improve on their measurables (and Eric Waters puts up explosive numbers) at Mizzou's Pro Day, three Mizzou wrestlers advance to the national quarterfinals, and the women's basketball season comes to an end.

15 Tigers will run and jump at Mizzou's Pro Day

Mizzou's annual Pro Day gets going at 10:30 a.m. today. Among the participants will be Michael Sam, E.J. Gaines, Henry Josey, James Franklin, L'Damian Washington, and Max Copeland.

Links: It's Southern Miss

Missouri will play Southern Miss on Sunday in the second round of the NIT, and both Mizzou Softball (Illinois State) and Mizzou Baseball (UW-Milwaukee) finish mid-week sweeps.

Checking in on spring football

With one week of spring football practice in the books for Missouri, the focus is on quarterback competition and mixed-and-matched pieces on the offensive line and in the linebacking corps.

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