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Mizzou Links, 3-25-11

Looks like Kendial Lawrence and the backs might be catching the ball a bit more this year...
Looks like Kendial Lawrence and the backs might be catching the ball a bit more this year...

Mizzou Basketball Links

  • The Trib: MU fans let down after Anderson's exit
    The Trib: Alden's focus turns to who comes next
  • The Missourian: Future of Missouri men's basketball coaching staff not yet determined
  • Post-Dispatch (Bernie): A Mizzou coaching list
    Post-Dispatch: Anderson's exit may give Mizzou a boost
  • KC Star: Missouri attempts to move beyond tumultuous timeline
    KC Star: Is Missouri's next coach in San Antonio?

    Smart has made videos of disrespect, such as when commentators criticized the Rams’ selection to the field or their defense.

    "Our guys sink their teeth into that stuff," Smart said.

    DISRESPECT!!!!! Sign him up!!

    KC Star (Campus Corner): An early look at Anderson's potential replacements
    KC Star (Campus Corner): Anthony Peeler wants to be involved in new MU hoops regime
  • PowerMizzou: Powered Up: Alden never had a chance
  • (Gabe Dearmond): Anderson's departure burns bridges and belief
  • Jet Roberts: Unedited Thoughts On Mike Anderson
  • KBIA Sports Extra: Anger okay, but Mizzou fans need to keep level heads with Anderson's departure

And for anyone who hasn't seen it yet, the Alden-English-Denmon-Bowers press conference from Wednesday night is now on Youtube.

Other Basketball Links

  • USA Today: 'Almost like a formula': Win, and Richmond and VCU coaches are hot commodities

Mizzou Football Links

  • Scrimmage!
    The Trib (Dave Matter): Spring Practice No. 9: Backs leave their mark

    As you can see from the stats, the tailbacks were the focus of the passing game, catching a variety of screens, flares and dump-off passes. Pinkel said that's been a point of emphasis for the offensive staff, finding 1-on-1 matchups along the perimeter and giving the backs a chance to make defenders miss tackles on safe, easy passes. At one point on the opening series, Glaser hit Marcus Murphy on three straight short passes, one going for 22 yards through a crowd of first-team defenders.

    James Franklin was up next, running the No. 1 offense against the No. 2 defense. The offense was in neutral for a few plays until Moore broke off a 19-yard run off the right side on third-and-1. A snap later, Kendial Lawrence danced through some diving tacklers, again off the right side, and pulled away for a 41-yard touchdown run.

    Lawrence looked especially quick today. On another handoff, he did what few offensive players have done this spring and juked away from Kony Ealy in the backfield, the start of just a 5-yard run that could have been a 5-yard loss. Tiger Offense Claims Thursday Scrimmage

    Throughout practice the quarterback battle continued to heat up. All quarterbacks were in orange jerseys meaning that they could be hit above the waist. To start the scrimmage Tyler Gabbert showed off for his big brother by completing his first 12 passes of the day with most of them coming against the number 2 and 3 defense.  In another series Gabbert again worked with the number 2 offense, but this time the number 1 defense got the best of it, getting a sack and three incompletions. Gabbert’s final stat line for the day was 16-of-21 passing for 211 yards.

    The Trib (Dave Matter): Thursday Scrimmage Stats
  • Big Gabbert NFL draft: Blaine Gabbert not really the sharing type
    Charlotte Observer: Panthers pick will be Gabbert - for now

Other Football Links

  • Dr. Saturday: Ralph Nader's solution to college football corruption: Scrap the scholarships

Other Mizzou Links