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Mizzou Links, 11-18-09

BASKETBALL! Missouri Rolls Past Tennessee-Martin, 83-68 Post Game Notes

The Trib: Tigers top Tennessee-Martin in season opener

The Missourian: Bowers puts on show in Missouri's season-opening win
The Missourian: Bench leads Missouri
The Missourian: PHOTO GALLERY

KC Star (Campus Corner): Foot Injury Takes Tiller Out of Second Half of MU Opener

Post-Dispatch: Mizzou rolls in season opener

PowerMizzou: PMTV: Locker Room report
: Instant Analysis: Tigers open up

The Trib (Steve Walentik): Mitchell officially in fold Mitchell Adds to Mizzou Recruiting Haul

ESPN: Kansas 57, Memphis 55
ESPN: Oklahoma 72, UL-Monroe 61
ESPN: Iowa State 90, Drake 70

Mizzou-Iowa State Links OFFICIAL RELEASE

Iowa State proved to be a nemesis on a regular basis during one stretch for Mizzou, as the Cyclones posted a 4-0-2 record in Columbia in six appearances from 1982 through 1991.

The last three visits to Columbia have resulted in Tiger victories, but one was a memorable nailbiter in 2005 that saw an unproven rookie quarterback come off the bench to replace an injured Brad Smith in the 4th quarter and lead Mizzou back from a 10-point deficit to post a 27-24 overtime win that essentially began the legend of Chase Daniel.

Mizzou Head Coach Gary Pinkel stands 5-3 overall against Iowa State. Five of the eight contests between MU and ISU since Pinkel took over in 2001 have been decided by seven points or fewer.

The Trib: Pinkel seeks different methods to motivate Missouri football team

The Missourian: Iowa State defense key to football team's success

KC Star: Mizzou won't be fooled into another poor showing

Other Football Links

Inside Missouri Football: Tiger Rookie Spotlight: Jarrell Harrison

Big 12 Links

Dr. Saturday: Kansas AD asking players to take their shots at Mark Mangino
Lincoln Journal-Star: Kansas' Mangino says school investigating incident
Topeka Capital-Journal
: Todd Reesing: All eyes on Texas Documents show what it looks like when Mangino loses his temper
Post-Dispatch: Football coach in trouble at KU
Mizzourah: Joc Crawford is Willing to Drive the Bus Over Mangino

Tulsa World: Demarco Murray is 'pretty sure' he will return next year

Double Extra Point: Boise State v. Nebraska in the works

Houston Chronicle: A&M bonfire tragedy still vivid memory to players

Other Mizzou Links

MU Women's Basketball Mizzou Hosts Memphis Wednesday

MU Wrestling
The Missourian: Former Missouri wrestler Pell moves into coaching role


NY Times (The Quad): A Checklist for College Recruits

Rush the Court: ATB: Tired Yet? (wrap-up of yesterday's ESPN basketball marathon)