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Mizzou Links, 8-15-12

Not surprisingly, Arlington and Jerry World are one of the potential leaders for the Champions Bowl.
Not surprisingly, Arlington and Jerry World are one of the potential leaders for the Champions Bowl.

Mizzou Football Links

  • Champions Bowl Sources -- Two-horse city race to host Champions Bowl, sources say
  • Good Luck, Event Staff
    The Trib (Dave Matter): Faurot Field, home of the Rams?

    Could Faurot Field become the home field for the St. Louis Rams? Kevin Demoff, the Rams executive vice president of football operations and chief operating officer, mentioned that possibility in a St. Louis radio interview Tuesday, suggesting the Rams could temporarily play their home games in Columbia if the team moves forward with plans to rebuild its downtown stadium. [...}

    It’s possible Demoff was speaking hypothetically and not suggesting the Rams have been in talks with Missouri about hosting NFL games on the Tigers’ home field. The Rams have not contacted Missouri’s athletic department about possibly using the stadium, team spokesman Chad Moller said Tuesday.

  • New Uniforms (God, Virginia Tech's Alternate Helmets Are Horrendous)
    SB Nation: 2012's New College Football Uniforms: Your Complete Fall Plumage Guide
  • Tickets
    Saturday Blitz: Missouri Football Ticket Sales Show The Impact of SEC
  • 2012
    Post-Dispatch: SEC schedule means Mizzou has to be ready to go - fast
    Team Speed Kills: The Future of the SEC This Year: Missouri Gets Its First SEC Win as Vanderbilt Crashes, Burns
  • Gabs
    Fox Sports: Blaine Gabbert must battle through negativity surrounding him
    Big Cat Country: Blaine Gabbert: 'We Have To Take Care Of The Football'

Other Football Links

  • Sabanization (Andy Staples): Sabanization of college football spreading Nick Saban's Process
  • Happens Most Offseasons
    Birmingham News: College football isn't about football right now

Mizzou Basketball Links

Versus the Gent Dragons, the previous day's offensive stars (Mike Dixon and Earnest Ross) combined for just 15 points on 15 shots, leaving the bulk of the scoring load to the bigs, something we aren't exactly used to seeing. Alex Oriakhi and Tony Criswell combined for 31 points on 19 shots (14-for-19 from the field, 3-for-3 from the FT line), and Oriakhi grabbed six offensive rebounds. Not bad. Jabari Brown is shooting a LOT (14 points on 6-for-15 shooting), by the way.

Mizzou Diamond Sports Links

Other Mizzou Links

  • Mizzou Swimming & Diving Julie Stupp Named Assistant Swimming Coach Mark Gangloff Named Assistant Swimming Coach


  • Sigh, We're Just Humid
    Slate: Google autocomplete interactive map of state stereotypes: the fat, boring and racist states of America