- The Trib (Dave Matter): BTS Camp Report: Tuesday Video
PowerMizzou: Tuesday practice report
*Play of the Day: Ruise cut in front of Michael Egnew on a quick out and had Blaine Gabbert picked off. But as Ruise took his first step with the pick, Egnew reached in and ripped the ball right back, keeping possession for the offense. Yet another big play from a Tiger who's having as good a camp as any.PowerMizzou: August 17th practice photos
MUtigers.com Blog: Defense Gets Win For Second Straight Day, Takes 4-3 Lead For Camp
When the ones took the field, Gabbert and Moe connected on another quick hitter that appeared ready to go for a big gain, but safety Kenji Jackson came up and walloped Moe, forcing a fumble that the defense recovered for a 7-0 lead. Washington got the offense on the scoreboard with a gainer of around 8 yards, but an incompletion on an attempted screen pass made it 8-1, in favor of the defense…
With tailbacks Kendial Lawrence (hip pointer) and De'Vion Moore (went home to attend to a family medical situation) out today, the #1 offense turned to true freshman TB Henry Josey, and he responded by bouncing a middle run to the outside and racing 40 yards for a touchdown to make it 8-3. Gabbert then hit WR Gahn McGaffie on a nice sit-down route for about 12 yards that made it 8-4, but the defense responded by stuffing Josey on a run attempt, and closed it out on an incomplete pass, as DE Jacquies Smith got big pressure on Gabbert to force the throw away…
KC Star (Campus Corner): Defensive dominance angers Derrick Washington
"Ain’t no way! Two in a row!," Washington screamed, tacking on an obscenity that echoed around a nearly-empty Memorial Stadium.
All the offense had to do was win one of the two 11 on 11s.
"But they kicked our (rears) both times," said Missouri’s senior tailback, one of four team captains. "It wasn’t even close. Guys just weren’t competing out there today."
Actually, the offense had the upper hand most of the practice, was ahead on the complex points system coach Gary Pinkel uses to grade nearly every match up, the unit winner getting to wear the coveted black jerseys the next practice.
"You get beat like that, that’s embarrassing," Washington said.
- Fox Sports MW: Tiger Camp Notebook: August 17
- Post-Dispatch: Injuries taper off at Mizzou
Mizzou Football Links
- The Trib: Gobbling way up the depth chart
- KC Star: 'Get Money!' starting to sound like Mizzou's battle cry
- The Missourian: Practice pace different for MU kickers
- PowerMizzou: Kendial Lawrence ready to run
- Denver Post: Trimmer Tigers aim to stay in fat city
- Omaha World-Herald (Lee Barfknecht): Gabbert finally over effects of Suh's big sack
The Trib: NEWCOMER PROFILE: RB Marcus Murphy
PowerMizzou: Freshman Q&A: E.J. Gaines
Big 12 Football Links
Clone Chronicles: Depth Charts Are So Overrated
KC Star: KU freshman Young is a quick study at defensive end
Corn Nation: Sean Fisher and Anthony Blue injured
Blatant Homerism: Austin Box's Back Sounds Like Bad News
Tulsa World: Tom Wort likely Sooner starter after Box's injury
Austin American-Statesman: Texas Longhorns football notebook
And this isn't Big 12-related, but our Wazzu blog, Coug Center, had a lovely look at the Base 3-4 Defense yesterday...
Other Mizzou Links
Basketball (Mizzou, et al)
The Trib (Steve Walentik): Incoming NCAA prez interested in changing draft rule
Mizzou Tiger Volleyball: Tigers Meet the Media
MUtigers.com: 2010 Cross Country Preview
So ... ESPN's new blog, The File Blog, has all sorts of potential...