- Inside Missouri Football: Spring Practice #7
The Trib: Young MU linemen learn the hard way
After the season, [Justin] Britt (6-5, 300) moved from left tackle to guard and now considers the spring his chance to audition for a starting job, even when Wuebbels fully recovers.
“Nothing against Austin, because we’re good friends,” Britt said, “but it gives me an opportunity to shine and show them I can do it and maybe get some rotation time with Austin.”
There’s a battle brewing at right guard, too. Junior Jayson Palmgren opened the spring as the top choice to replace three-year starter Kurtis Gregory, but the depth reshuffled after Saturday’s scrimmage, leaving sophomore Travis Ruth as the top guard on the right side. Ruth (6-3, 305) has been a backup guard and center the last two seasons.
- PowerMizzou: PMTV signee video: Braylon Webb
- Denver Post (Blog): No surprise: football coaches prefer bowls over playoff
Big 12 Basketball Links
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KC Star: Jacob Pullen is proud of his defense
KC Star: Curtis Kelly is realizing his potential
Topeka Capital-Journal: Here comes the Judge
Dallas Morning News: Dream-wrecking Baylor not looking to stop at Sweet 16
KC Star (Upon Further Review): Baylor - St. Mary's: SIM Preview
Crimson and Cream Machine: Surveying the Wreckage: What Just Happened?
ESPN.com (blog): Mason-Griffin's NBA decision questionable
Other Mizzou Links
MUtigers.com: Tigers Rough Up Arkansas-Pine Bluff
The Missourian: Better control sparks improved outing for Missouri pitcher
The Trib: Tigers rush to Scardino's defense
The Trib: Max Scherzer serious in exhibition
The Missourian: Pair of MU gymnasts on Big 12 team
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