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Mizzou Links, 3-29-10

Mizzou Basketball Links

  • The Trib: Picking up where they left off
  • The Missourian: Anderson satisfied with Missouri season

    Next season Missouri will have to find a way to replace starters J.T. Tiller, Zaire Taylor and Keith Ramsey who all graduate at the end of the year. However, Anderson expects the incoming freshmen class to help fill the gap. The class includes forward Tony Mitchell, who was voted the Dallas Morning News Player of the Year and guard Phillip Pressey, who was named to the Dallas Morning News’ first team all-area.

    However, Anderson said next year’s team will have something more important — experience. The Tigers will have five juniors and one sophomore with extensive playing time, something Anderson said that will be key for next season to help make it a third straight NCAA Tournament appearance.

    "Experience is the greatest teacher," Anderson said. "And that is why I’m excited about this group.

  • The Missourian: Missouri freshman impresses in NCAA tournament
  • KC Star: MU basketball season wrapup

    •BIGGEST SURPRISE: It was hard to believe how much the injury to Justin Safford in late February hurt. Safford was another popular target for criticism early on because of his propensity to miss point-blank shots. But Safford’s torn ACL caused a wholesale restructuring of Anderson’s playing rotation. Laurence Bowers’ presence in the starting lineup was a good thing. His lost role as instant offense and rebounding off the bench was never filled.

    •BIGGEST DISAPPOINTMENT: The way Marcus Denmon finished the season. Denmon’s seasonal stats showed he was Missouri’s most consistent jump shooter, but he made on only six of 24 three-pointers his last six games and seemed to become hesitant to even attempt shots.

Big 12 Links

Other NCAA Tournament Links


  • The Trib: MU footbal players shoulder the pain
  • PowerMizzou: Aldon Smith: Great expectations
  • PowerMizzou: PMTV: Catching up with Wesley Leftwich
  • PowerMizzou: Five-Star event brings out Midlands' best
  • Kansas
    KC Star: Kansas football begins first spring under Gill

Mizzou Softball Links

  • Mizzou 11, Oklahoma 5 (Saturday) No. 3 Tigers Rally Past No. 12 Sooners
    The Trib: Missouri roars back, beats OU
  • Oklahoma 9, Mizzou 0 (Sunday) Tigers Drop Finale to Sooners, 9-0
    The Missourian: Oklahoma holds Missouri scoreless

Mizzou Baseball Links

Other Mizzou Links

  • Mizzou Gymnastics
    The Trib: MU gymnasts third in Big 12
    KC Star: Missouri's Shire wins all-around title at Big 12 gymnastics championships
  • Mizzou Women's Basketball
    The Trib: MU in no hurry to hire new coach
  • Mizzou Track & Field
    The Missourian: Missouri strives to keep throwing tradition alive
    The Trib: After injuries hijacked career, MU's Moore winning again
  • Mizzou Swimming & Diving Tigers Wrap Up Season With Another School Record


  • KC Star: Notre Dame AD expands on Big Ten expansion talk