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Mizzou Links, 4-20-11

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Photo via Bill Carter.
Photo via Bill Carter.

Mizzou Football Links

  • The Trib (Dave Matter): Going Deep: What can Richardson do for MU?
  • PowerMizzou: What we learned: Quarterback
  • Post-Dispatch: Pinkel not ready to disclose new depth chart
  • Recruiting
    PowerMizzou: Maty Mauk nears decision?
  • Draft
    Smart Football: Did Cam Newton flunk the Jon Gruden test?
    Shutdown Corner: Gruden reflects on the 2011 quarterback class

    "I do think Blaine Gabbert is a Top 10 pick.  All you have to do is see the ball come out of his hand.  He's got a very quick, strong arm, prototype size.  He's over 6'4", 235 pounds, a finance major, so you know he has intelligence.  He has speed.  I mean, Gabbert ran very well at the combine.  He's elusive back there.  His scrambling and play making ability I think will be very enticing.  Once again, here's a junior quarterback that comes from a very unique, different style of spread offense at Missouri where he's been in the no‑back set, and the shotgun predominantly.  But I think his physical talents are very noticeable to everybody."

    KC Star: Tim Barnes may find himself in limbo if he's not drafted

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Other Mizzou Links

  • The Trib: Missouri ranked 32nd in Directors' Cup
  • Mizzou Softball
    MUtigers.com: Softball Travels to SLU on Wednesday
    MUtigers.com: Tigers Sweep Big 12 Weekly Honors
    The Missourian: Missouri junior pitcher to start doubleheader Wednesday
    KCTV Kansas City: Brianna Corwin Faces Big Transitions on Mizzou Softball Team
    ESPN.com: College Softball week in review

    If you watched Sunday's thriller between Missouri and Oklahoma, you saw Tigers ace Chelsea Thomas make a strong case that she is the pitcher best equipped to carry a team for a week in Oklahoma City this June. The redshirt sophomore (and don't think Big 12 coaches don't wince every time they're reminded she's around for two more seasons) struck out 17 against one walk in 11 innings in a 1-0 win against a rival on national television -- the day after she went all nine innings and struck out another 17 batters in a 3-2 win against the Sooners. She was good as a freshman, but the changeup she's mastered this season puts her on par with some of the best of recent seasons.