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Mizzou Links, 2-15-12

Mizzou Basketball Links

  • Time For Revenge No. 3 Mizzou Hosts Oklahoma State Wednesday Mizzou vs. Oklahoma State Game Sold Out
    Post-Dispatch: MU learned valuable lesson in OSU loss
    PowerMizzou: Oklahoma State taught Tigers a lesson
    PowerMizzou: PMTV-HD: OSU Preparation
    KBIA Sports Extra: Mizzou focused on stopping "versatile" Cowboys freshman
  • Dixon
    The Missourian: Missouri's Michael Dixon doesn't start, but ends games
    KC Star: MU's Dixon delivers spark off bench
  • 'Cardo Still Has A Chance
    The Trib: Ex-Beavers star Johnson keeps eye on Ricardo Ratliffe's pursuit of record
    Fox Sports MW: Ratliffe chasing NCAA single-season record

Other Basketball Links

Mizzou Football Links

  • 2013 Recruiting
    PowerMizzou: Eric Beisel makes the rounds
    PowerMizzou: Clay Rhodes gets offer, sets visit
  • Bud Foster And Dave Steckel: BFFs [Va. Tech Defensive Coordinator] Bud Foster Q&A: Working with Missouri and aiming for a dominant defense


  • Big East "Terminates" Relationship With West Virginia
    Daily Oklahoman: West Virginia settles Big East lawsuit, will join Big 12 in July
    The Smoking Musket: Parting Words For John Marinatto And The Big East
  • Big 12 Releases 2012 Schedule
    Pre-Snap Read: The Big 12 Erupts With... Actual News!
    Daily Oklahoman: Sooners face gauntlet over final three weeks of season
    Austin American-Statesman: Weighing in on Horns', Big 12 football schedule
    Dallas Morning News: 'Poorly placed' open dates fuel fire that Big 12 always gives Texas Tech a bad football schedule
  • Mount USA!
    SB Nation (Self-Share): Conference Realignment: Progressive Scheduling And Mount USA
  • Schadenfreude (AP): Texas asking fans for patience with Longhorn Network
  • Rivalry
    Saturday Blitz: Reinventing Rivalry In The Era Of Realignment

Other Mizzou Links

You knew it probably wasn't going to be a good year for Mizzou women's basketball when Robin Pingeton came out before the season and said "it probably isn't going to be a good year for us." She said it took her two years to get her foundation in place at her last job, and it would probably take the same this time around Still ... I'm pretty sure she didn't see the Lady Tigers going winless in conference play. They are improving -- four of their last eight losses have been by four points or less -- but still. Lots of youth, lots of close losses. We'll see how Year Three goes; Mizzou will once again have to replace their two best players and submit fully to the youth movement, but as good as the SEC tends to be up top, it probably isn't quite as deep as the Big 12, so there might be a few more winnable games along the way.


  • Interesting
    SB Nation: Close Encounters: How Often Do Sports Provide Exciting Finishes?
  • Sad Face
    Rolling Stone: Steve Van Zandt on New Show, Life Without Clarence Clemons
    Serious Eats: How to Find the Best Food in a Foreign City, According to Anthony Bourdain