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Mizzou Links, 1-18-11

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Mizzou Basketball Links

  • Mizzou > KSU No. 13 Tigers Triumph Over Kansas State, 75-59
    The Trib: Tigers follow blueprint in victory
    The Missourian: Missouri handles Kansas State at Mizzou Arena
    The Missourian: Kansas State can't slow down Missouri's Phil Pressey
    The Missourian: Missouri's alley-oop dunk puts Kansas State down for good
    KC Star: Flying Tigers: No. 13 MU soars past K-State 75-59
    KC Star: Wildcats' problems run pretty deep
    KC Star: Pullen, K-State look to take responsibility after Monday's loss
    KC Star (Upon Further Review): KSU vs. MU: Where's the bottom?
    Post-Dispatch: Tigers trounce Kansas State
    Post-Dispatch: Tigers reconnect with killer instinct
    Post-Dispatch: Pressey spurs MU's rout of Kansas State
    PowerMizzou: PMTV: Key plays against K-State
    Fox Sports MW: No. 13 Missouri whips Kansas State 75-59
    KBIA Sports Extra: SLIDESHOW: No. 14 Mizzou rolls No. 24 Kansas State

    The Dagger: Will the K-State soap opera intensify following loss to Mizzou?
    Rush the Court: After the Buzzer
    Phil Pressey’s Development.  In the last two games, Mizzou’s lightning-quick freshman and son of Paul Pressey has gone for 29/5/5 assts including 7-9 from downtown.  Considering that in his thirteen previous games, he’d only had one game of double figure points and had hit only five other treys, the additional offensive output has to be pleasing to Mike Anderson.  Perhaps even more importantly, his defensive presence is already disruptive in Mizzou’s fullcourt schemes — he had four steals tonight and Big 12 foes are going to get tired of seeing this guy ball-hawking their players over the next four years.
    KC Star: Anderson and Martin reflect on MLK Day
  • Ben McLemore still between Kansas, Missouri; mother attends Kansas game

Big 12 Basketball Links

  • Kansas >>>>> Baylor
    Rock Chalk Talk: Kansas Dominates Baylor to Remain Undefeated
    KC Star: No. 2 KU beats up on Baylor 85-65
    Lawrence Journal-World: Bears praise KU; Drew: Jayhawks were 'efficient'
    CBS Sports Blog: I continue to be fascinated by the Morris Twins
  • Colorado CBB Blog: Colorado is suddenly a hot ticket
  • Oklahoma
    Daily Oklahoman: Will OU's Jeff Capel be back next season? (To me, it would be very silly to dismiss him, simply because it was pretty obvious how terrible they were going to be this year.  If you were going to dump him you should have already done so.)

Other Mizzou Links

  • Beauty & The Beast No. 7 Mizzou Wrestling Sweeps Pair of Duals Missouri Gymnastics Soars over SEMO at Beauty and the Beast
    The Missourian: Beauty and the Beast is a win for audience and athletes alike
    KBIA Sports Extra: Wrestling completes 'Beauty & the Beast' sweep with pair of victories


  • I'm sure you've already seen this, and I'm sure the exact same thing would happen if you took the national championship trophy to the Wal-Mart at Broadway and 63 ... but still.  The Deadspin "When Auburn Fans Descend on Walmart" gallery is ... incredible.  Especially No. 32.
  • For anybody interested, at F.O. I shared my thoughts on Mark Cuban's latest missive about college football playoffs.  Really, his new idea (a three-week, mid-season series of playoff-esque matchups) is horribly unrealistic, but it does lend to the premise of a BracketBuster Saturday of sorts in the middle of the season ... and that could be pretty damn fun/useful.