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Mizzou Links, 3-1-10

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Another epic Monday sure to read all the way through the all-sports posts...solid weekend for most of Mizzou's non-revenue sports, including swimming & diving and indoor track...


  • No. 6 Kansas St. Gets By Mizzou, 63-53
  • Bring On the Cats: Postgame Reaction: Mizzou - Bring On The Cats
  • The Missourian: Missouri unable to handle physical Wildcats
  • KC Star: Kansas State beats MU, looks to showdown with KU
    KC Star: Wildcats claw out 63-53 win over Tigers
    KC Star: MU makes Cats work for revenge
    KC Star: MU notebook
    KC Star (Upon Further Review): Out "Missouri-ing" Missouri
    KC Star (Upon Further Review): K-State Secures First Round Bye
    KC Star (Campus Corner): Homecourt Advantage is Too Much

    What I saw at Kansas State's Bramlage Coliseum goes on at every arena in the country, and that's what is my point.

    The homecourt advantage around all of college basketball is just flat out too great.

    Thats at Mizzou Arena. At Allen Field House. At Bramlage Coliseum. At Gallagher-Iba Arena. At Duke. At Carolina. At Georgetown. At Kentucky.

    The reason is that officials who call these games are human. And, on a side note, that these human officials are working way too many games each week; sometimes four to five in four to five different cities.

    And because they are human, and because they are worn out by the end of every week, those officials often don't just call fouls they see. They call fouls they hear. And, of course, with the fans cheering on the home team, the officials hear more fouls called on the visitors than on the homies.

  • Post-Dispatch: Mizzou falls to Wildcats
    Post-Dispatch: Loss to K-State extends Tigers' woes on the road (Really, P-D? That's the angle you take?)
  • PowerMizzou: PMTV: Tigers fall just short at K-State
  • Topeka Capital-Journal: MU's 'hell' froze over

And one more from Upon Further Review: MU-KSU-KU: What teams are they most similar to?

Big 12 Links

  • Texas A&M 74, Texas 58 Sloan leads way for Texas A&M; Texas' Brown injured
    Austin American-Statesman: Aggies outrun, outgun No. 21 Longhorns
    Austin American-Statesman (Kirk Bohls): Barnes: 'There's nobody to blame but me'
    Dallas Morning News: Texas guard Brown suffers neck strain against A&M; released from hospital and listed as day-to-day
    Dallas Morning News: Brown injury could force UT lineup change
  • Baylor 70, Oklahoma 63 Udoh powers Baylor to first win in Norman since 1977
  • Nebraska 83, Texas Tech 79 Nebraska ends seven-game slump by beating Texas Tech in 2OT
  • Colorado 75, Iowa State 72 Colorado 75, Iowa State 72
    Clone Chronicles: Iowa State Makes Stupid Mistakes, Lets One Slip Against Colorado 75-72
    Ralphie Report: Higgins, Crawford Power Buffs Past Iowa State
    Denver Post (Blog): Big 12's hoops strength evident at Coors Event Center
  • Dallas Morning News: Draw your own conclusions on tiebreaker

    Mizzou Softball Links

    • #4 Mizzou 2, #4 Michigan 1 (8) Softball Outlasts No. 4 Michigan in Extras
      The Missourian: Missouri beats Michigan in extra innings
    • #4 Mizzou 9, Virginia Tech 4 Tigers Knock Off Hokies
    • #4 Mizzou 11, #18 UL-Lafayette 6
      #4 Mizzou 2, #20 UMass 1 Tigers Improve to 4-0 at Leadoff Classic
      The Missourian: Missouri improves to 7-2 with two victories Saturday
    • #4 Mizzou 7, Radford 6 (10) Tigers Beat Radford in 10, 7-6
      The Missourian: Missouri edges Radford in extra innings

    Mizzou Baseball Links

    Other Mizzou Links

    • Mizzou Swimming & Diving Konarzewski Blasts Record on Day Four Seniors Lead the Way on Final Day
    • Mizzou Indoor Track Tigers Wrap Up Big 12 Championships
      The Trib: MU's Adcock breaks Big 12 mark
    • Mizzou Women's Baskeball No. 3 Nebraska Defeates Mizzou, 67-51
      The Trib: Nebraska rolls past Missouri