One major topic for today, and it's only indirectly Mizzou-related...
Mizzou Football Links
- The Missourian: Missouri should know bowl destination Sunday
- PowerMizzou: Ten plays that shaped the season
PowerMizzou: Jimmie Hunt hosts MU coaches
- Dr. Saturday: The coaches' All-America team knows a winner when it sees it
- SB Nation: Mark Mangino Resigns Over Mistreatment Investigation
- Dr. Saturday: Ding dong, Mangino's alleged reign of terror at Kansas is dead
- The Trib (Dave Matter): Mangino, Kansas part ways
KC Star: Real specifics needed about why Mangino is gone
KC Star: Mangino out as KU football coach, but many questions remain
KC Star: Mangino's exit won't influence whether Dezmon Briscoe stays at KU
KC Star: Kansas' next coaching hire could define its football legacy
KC Star (Upon Further Review): Who is really at fault in the Mangino fiasco?
Topeka Capital-Journal: Mangino resigns
Topeka Capital-Journal: Players conflicted on Mangino
Topeka Capital-Journal: Home run depends on Lew's pitch
Big 12 Links
Austin American-Statesman: Ndamukong Suh is hard to miss, even harder to stop
Rivals.com: Meyer's Mailbag: Tony Mitchell's stock climbing?
After having yet another great performance at the Texas Jamboree against one of the top players in this class, how good do you think Tony Mitchell can be? Can he ever work his way past Harrison Barnes and Jelan Kendrick?-- Denis from Columbia, Mo.
At 6 feet 8 and 220 pounds, Mitchell is a high-level, NBA-type athlete who has the potential to be a go-to wing scorer.
Presently, Mitchell has a game that is rough around the edges. There are occasional mental lapses along with turnovers and bad shots. But when you cut through the mistakes, you have a prospect with incredible long-term potential.
Could Mitchell creep into the top 10 in the final Rivals150 in the spring and overtake fellow small forward Jelan Kendrick? Yes. It is a distinct possibility considering how fast Mitchell's game is progressing.
- The Missourian: Missouri getting beat on boards
- The Missourian: Ricky Kreklow back in shape for Rock Bridge basketball team
The Trib (Steve Walentik): Big 12/Pac-10 Hardwood Series tipping off
The Dagger: And now, for the Big 12-Pac-10 Challenge
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