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Mizzou Links, 11-17-09

Media Day Links Tigers Hold Weekly Media Day

The Trib (Dave Matter): Tigers Meet the Press

Pinkel was asked if the first three-and-out series of the third quarter had him wondering if the second-half drought would ever end. He answered emphatically. "I don't do that," he said. "Losers do that. ... The only time I was gloom and doom was when we got three penalties in the first quarter. At that point I was going to retire."

PowerMizzou: Audio: Preview from Pinkel and Rhoads
PowerMizzou: PMTV: Tigers Talk Senior Day

KC Star: Injury sidelines Jared Perry

Other Mizzou Football Links

Post-Dispatch: Missouri 'A' game preserves Gary Pinkel's sanity

As for the second-half outburst, Pinkel said, "There was no magic there. Guys made plays. A term called 'execution' on offense. We block, we throw, we catch, we run the ball well.'"

If his team puts two halves together two weeks in a row, MU's 14-man senior class will match last year's with a school-record 37 wins.

If ...

"We've got a lot to prove," Pinkel said.

PowerMizzou: Like Father, Unlike Son: Double Duty

Bring On the Cats: Postgame Reaction: Missouri

Terrance Curry: What I like, dislike, and suggest: MU vs K State

PowerMizzou: [Mizzou commit Henry] Josey steps up

Big 12 Links

The Trib: Kansas stumbling down the stretch

Tulsa World: Stoops: Notre Dame rumors 'ridiculous'

Topeka Capital-Journal: Modeling for North supremacy


The Trib (Steve Walentik): Tony Mitchell one of Missouri's biggest recruits ever
The Trib: MU gets pledge from key recruit

KC Star: MU isn't worried about possible drop in assists

Other Mizzou Links

MU Volleyball Tigers Look to Keep Winning at Texas Tech
Our Very Own Uribe Auction: Coach Kreklow Q&A: Week 12

MU Women's Basketball
The Trib: Hanneman is outside threat


Not particularly Mizzou-related, but wow, what an ending between Chaminade and Webster Groves...