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Mizzou Links, 3-13-09

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Yeah, I'll say it...I'm glad I went to bed when I did last night...six overtimes?  Are you freaking kidding me?

Mizzou Over Tech links!

  • The Maneater: Tigers too much for Texas Tech
  • KC Star (Posnanski!): MU the best team left in Big 12 tournament
    More than anything, they are the best team left in the Big 12 tournament. When the Tigers execute offensively the way the did on Thursday, when DeMarre Carroll is such a dominant force (19 points, five rebounds, nine-of-14 shooting), when they are as active as they were, well the Tigers aren’t just the best team left, they are one of the best teams in the country. And here’s another point in their favor: They feast on tired teams. You have to figure that Oklahoma State will be a bit tired playing for the third straight day. That full-court defense can be even more devastating.
  • KC Star: Tiller and Tigers knock the stuffing out of Tech
  • Mutigers.com: No. 14 Mizzou Rallies to Win in Big 12 Tournament Quarters
  • The Trib: Tigers top Tech en route to semis
  • Post-Dispatch: MU takes first stride
  • Post-Dispatch (Burwell): As favorites fall, path is clearer for MU
  • PowerMizzou: Hustle plays from Tiller, Carroll spur Tigers
  • The Missourian: Veterans lead Tigers to blowout in Big 12 Quarterfinals
  • The Missourian: Missouri top remaining team at Big 12 men's basketball tournament
  • Lubbock Avalanche-Journal: Tourney's end
  • Dallas Morning News: Texas Tech's Big 12 trek ends with loss to Missouri

Missouri, put on your dancing shoes...

Quickly to other sports: we've got another round of football practices stories from the usual suspects--Dave Matter, Mutigers.com, Gabe Dearmond.

And finally, Mizzou Baseball starts Big 12 play (already!) with a trip to Austin this weekend, though the weather might have a say in when the series actually starts.  Check out the nice preview at Stripes & Seams for more.

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