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Mizzou Links, 4-26-13

Six in five years.

Al Bello

Mizzou Football Links

  • Sheldon Sheldon Richardson Goes to Jets with 13th Overall Pick in NFL Draft
    The Trib: Jets draft Missouri's Richardson
    The Missourian: Missouri's Sheldon Richardson selected by Jets in NFL Draft
    KC Star: Mizzou's Richardson lands with the Jets
    Shutdown Corner: Jets select Missouri DT Sheldon Richardson with the 13th overall pick
  • "Mizzou Made"
    We Are Mizzou: Mizzou Made: Six First Round Picks in Five NFL Drafts
    We Are Mizzou: Mizzou Made: Jeremy Maclin
    We Are Mizzou: Mizzou Made: Ziggy Hood
    We Are Mizzou: Mizzou Made: Sean Weatherspoon
    We Are Mizzou: Mizzou Made: Aldon Smith
    We Are Mizzou: Mizzou Made: Blaine Gabbert
  • No. 28
    The Trib: Drafted or not, T.J. Moe ready

    This past week has been long. I'm starting to get a little anxious. I'm really not nervous, but I want to know where I'm headed. I think at this point it's probably 50-50 whether I get drafted or not. Could go either way.

    I do know that by the end of the day Saturday, via the draft or free agency, I should know where I'm going.

    Really, that's the point of this whole thing, anyway. Even if I get drafted, I still have to go into training camp, play well and make the team. I certainly think it's always better to get drafted, but I'm confident I can make a team regardless of Saturday's outcome.

    My days in Columbia are coming to a close. I am really excited for the next chapter of my life, but I'm really going to miss this city and its people.

  • Spring
    PowerMizzou: Post Spring Thoughts: Offense

    OFFENSIVE LINE: And now we get to the real crux of the matter. Yes, quarterback is important. And if Missouri doesn't get good quarterback play, the Tigers aren't going to be very good. But tied into that is how good the line is. First of all, I love the move of Evan Boehm to center. He's your best lineman and your best leader and I like him being the guy that runs the show up front. I know he had one bad day snapping the ball, but I think it was more of an isolated incident than a concern. Doesn't mean he won't have any bad snaps, but I think he'll have far fewer than a year ago. That move also means Mitch Morse can move out to right tackle where I think the was better last year and where I think he can utilize his athleticism. Connor McGovern drew rave reviews in the spring. I think you have to expect him to start at one guard spot. The other one will be manned by either Max Copeland or Mitch Hall, i think. My money is on Hall. Copeland battled his tail off last year and did an admirable job, but the fact is, Hall was offered a scholarship by this staff and Copeland wasn't. You'd like your scholarship players to be able to beat out the walk-ons. Justin Britt is set at left tackle. His health and performance are, to me, the biggest factor in this team's success outside of the quarterback position. Taylor Chappell is likely the third tackle in my opinion.

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Other Mizzou Links

  • Mizzou Track & Field
    The Missourian: Missouri distance runner Dan Quigley eighth in national rankings Throwers Kick Off Weekend, Team Prepares for Drake Relays
  • Mizzou Women's Basketball
    The Trib: Kyley Simmons transferring to Illinois