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Mizzou Links, 10-28-09

CU Links!

  • The Trib: Cast aside? Not just yet
  • The Trib (Dave Matter): Gabbert returns to practice, sans cast
    [C]ornerback Carl Gettis worked with the first-team defense during walk-through drills and lined up at one of the No. 1 cornerback spots during stretch lines, which typically reflect the official depth chart. Gettis was replaced in the second half of Saturday's game against Texas after giving up back-to-back touchdown passes, caused in part by a signaling snafu.
  • The Missourian: Today's question: Should Blaine Gabbert play on Saturday?
  • The Missourian: Two quarterbacks part of Colorado game plan

    When initially asked about who will play, Dan Hawkins provided a simple answer.

    “Tyler [Hansen]’s still the guy,” he said on Monday’s Big 12 coaches teleconference.

    When asked a follow-up question on the subject, Hawkins left open the possibility that both quarterbacks could play.

    “Well, you just kind of have to see how it goes,” he said. “You kind of have to play it by feel, I think Cody [Hawkins] has a little bit better handle on the no-huddle part of it and some of that, but Tyler’s still the guy.”

  • PowerMizzou: Tuesday Notebook: Don't Stop Believin'
  • Jeff City News Tribune: Pinkel accepts, shares blame for Tigers' woes
  • Denver Post (blog): Hawk: 'I will be here a long time'

Not sure it's your call there, Nick Nolte Hawk...

Other Mizzou Football Links!

  • Tickets Available for MU-KU Game at Arrowhead
  • KC Star: Missouri running game shows life against Texas

    Offensive line splits tightened up. Couple of backs in the backfield with quarterback Tim Tebow. The big difference is that the Gators often employ two tight ends, in tight.

    Missouri was using just one, allowing one extra wideout to go with Danario Alexander and Jared Perry.

    “It may look familiar to a lot of people,” said De’Vion Moore, who along with fellow running backs Kendial Lawrence and Derrick Washington combined to net 101 yards rushing and 4.2 yards a carry.

    “For us it was something new.”

    Installed the previous week in practice when a decision was made that — without evidence that Missouri could run against a Texas defense that in three previous Big 12 Conference games had yielded just 0.3 yards per run — the Tigers had to try.

  • PowerMizzou: Tuesday Top Tigers
  • PowerMizzou: [Mizzou target] Marcus Lucas proud to represent Liberty in U.S. Army All-American Game

Big 12 Links!

I'll be going into a lot more detail about Nebraska's amazing loss on Friday's FO Varsity Numbers column...

Other Mizzou Links!