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Mizzou Links, 12-20-12

A watch party, a Norm tribute, a Melvin Booker sighting, and ... a new softball stadium?


So Rock M Nation was evidently pretty grumpy (and spidery) yesterday, judging by the comments on like four different threads. Hope you all got it out of your system. To help bring at least a couple of good thoughts back to the site, we're going to attempt something interesting: an Internet watch party. We are one year from the 20th anniversary of the classic 1993 Braggin' Rights game. It's on Mizzou Network in its entirety, and we're going to attempt to press play at the same time today. How does 9:00 a.m. CT sound? Time is negotiable. But let's give this a shot. RSVP in comments.

Mizzou Basketball Links

Mizzou Diamond Sports Links

  • SEC SxSE: Bat Cats
  • WOAH, What Now?
    PowerMizzou: Tiger Mailbag

    mexicojoe asks: Any news to report on the facility upgrades for sports other than Football?

    GD: Actually, I did hear some stuff earlier this week. I don't know if it's all true, but what I heard was that there are plans to completely redo the softball stadium, perhaps even involving some movement of the road and extending into the current practice green on Gustin golf course (not sure how that would work). I've also heard talk of a brand new wrestling/gymnastics complex. I don't know for sure if that would be in place of the Hearnes Center, but I have heard getting rid of Hearnes and starting over mentioned as a possibility. That's what I remember. There may be more, but that's what I heard.

Other Mizzou Links

  • Mizzou Wrestling Mizzou's Senior Captain McCormick Claims MAC Wrestler of Week
  • Mizzou Soccer Richardson, Diggs Earn NSCAA All-Region Honors
  • Mizzou Women's Basketball Mizzou Closes Homestand with Murray State
    The Trib: Missouri misfires on 3-pointers but still handles Morgan State
    The Missourian: Variety of shots adds up for Missouri women's basketball team
    Mizzou Network (YouTube): Tigers Extend Winning Streak to Six