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Mizzou Links, 3-18-10

Mizzou Basketball LInks

NCAA Tournament Links

  • Ken Pomeroy (Blog): Kansas will not win it all
  • Lost Lettermen: The 10 Best NCAA Bubble Teams (Part I)
    Lost Lettermen: The 10 Best NCAA Bubble Teams (Part II)

    5. 2002 Missouri: #12 Seed (Elite Eight)
    In just his third year after replacing the beloved Norm Stewart at Missouri, Quin Snyder had already worn out his welcome. Losing 6 of their last 10 games and earning a lowly 12 seed, Mizzou fans expected another early exit from the Big Dance.

    Only then did his blue-chip talent such as Kareem Rush, Rickey Paulding and Arthur Johnson finally play up to their potential, waltzing into the Sweet Sixteen with double-digit wins over Miami and Ohio State. After brushing aside Steve Lavin’s upstart UCLA squad, Mizzou faced Big 12 nemesis Oklahoma and were on the verge of becoming the lowest seeded team to reach the Final Four. Hindered by Clarence Gilbert’s 1-16 shooting, the Tigers fell short. But the boosters climbed off Snyder’s back – if only for the time being.

  • Harvard Sports Analysis: Predicting NCAA Tournament Upsets: Favorite Vulnerability
  • Wall Street Journal (The Daily Fix): Obama's NCAA Bracket: Did the President's Picks Have Political or Geographic Hoops BIas?
  • Rush the Court: Forgotten 1st Round Buzzer Beaters

Big 12 Links


Other Mizzou Links

  • Mizzou Softball No. 3 Tigers Sweep Shockers in Doubleheader
    The Missourian: Missouri softball pitching continues to dominate
  • Mizzou Wrestling
    The Trib: Unloading the burden
    The Missourian: Missouri wrestler hoping for better start to NCAA Championships
  • Mizzou Baseball Big 12 Baseball Quotes & Notes Mizzou-North Dakota Adjust Series Schedule
    The Missourian: Relief pitchers keep the mood light for Mizzou baseball team