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Mizzou Links, 9-23-13: Aldon, scheduling, volleyball, and 3-0

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1. Mizzou still beat Indiana Mizzou vs. Indiana Post Game Quotes
The Trib (Behind the Stripes): GAME REWIND: Missouri 45, Indiana 28
PowerMizzou: The Day After
We Are Mizzou: PHOTOS: Mizzou 48, Indiana 25
The Maneater: Defense takes ‘great focus’ against Indiana
Mizzou Network: Highlights: Mizzou defeats Indiana 45-28
Mizzou Network: Regions Bank Post Game: Kony Ealy on Indiana Win
Mizzou Network: Regions Bank Post-Game: Marcus Murphy on IU Victory

KC Star: Missouri, K-State and KU showing new game faces

Top 25 Votes!
Post-Dispatch: Dave Matter's Week 4 AP ballot

2. How's recruiting going?

PowerMizzou: Hendrix stars in win over East Saint Louis Sykes enjoys Indiana game experience
PowerMizzou: Expert View: Nate Brown

PowerMizzou: Tigers offer Cali 4 star

3. Fingers crossed for Aldon

Niners Nation: Aldon Smith to seek treatment for alcohol abuse, per Maiocco
Fox Sports MW: Scary signs amid Smith's football potential

4. Scheduling in limbo

The Trib: Missouri plays waiting game on future opponents
The Trib (Beyond the Box Score): On The Record: Bryan Maggard (on MU football scheduling)

Blog: If SEC moves from eight to nine league games starting in 2016, how would that affect your scheduling philosophy?

Maggard: I think the reality of it is is you'd probably go to one FCS and two mid-majors.

Blog: For fans not to see their team tested against a non-conference BCS school …

Maggard: I think that would be the initial thought of people but in reality they will be. They're playing nine BCS teams still if you go to a nine-game conference schedule. Right now, with an eight-game conference schedule, we're technically playing nine because we schedule a non-conference BCS opponent. The number would not change. You're still looking at nine.

Blog: You're in this holding pattern, but you've got games to schedule, right? Have they told you when this will be wrapped up?

Maggard: They understand we've got to get things going here for '15 and beyond. I don't know a specific timeframe. I would think that maybe by the end of this calendar year they'll have '15 set. Could it bleed over into spring semester. It could. I know they're working diligently.

Basketball Scheduling
The Trib: With SEC out to upgrade nonleague slate, some solid matchups nigh

5. RIP, Francis Peay

Chicago Tribune: Former NU coach Francis Peay dies at 69
The Missourian: Missouri hall of famer Francis Peay dies

After earning All-American honors in his senior season at Missouri, Peay was drafted by the New York Giants with the 10th overall pick in the 1966 NFL Draft. He had a nine-year professional career with the Giants, the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs.

Following his professional football career, Peay returned to the college game. He became head coach of the Northwestern Wildcats in 1986, where he coached for six seasons. He is one of only four black head coaches in the history of Big 10 Conference football.

6. Volleyball still rolling

Mizzou 3, Samford 0 Mizzou Matches Best Start Since 2005 with Sweep of Samford
Mizzou Network: Highlights: Mizzou Sweeps Samford

Mizzou 3, Towson 0 Tigers Top Towson, Out to Best Start in 32 Years
The Missourian; Missouri volleyball remains undefeated after first day of Mizzou Classic
Mizzou Network: Highlights: Volleyball Sweeps Day 1 of Mizzou Classic, 13-0 on Season

Mizzou 3, SEMO 0
Mizzou 3, MTSU 0 Volleyball Wins Mizzou Classic, Improves to 15-0
The Trib: Kan leads MU volleyball to pair of wins
Mizzou Network: Highlight Reel: Tigers Down Redhawks, Go to 14-0

7. Soccer undefeated in SEC

Mizzou 3, Mississippi State 1 Mizzou Opens SEC Play With 3-1 Win

8. A hell of a debut Mizzou Sweeps Fall Double-Header
The Maneater: Tiger softball wins first two fall scrimmages

Highly touted freshmen pitchers Tori Finucane and Casey Stangel started a game apiece, and the Tigers defeated Columbia College 9-0 and Heartland Community College 7-5 in their first two fall scrimmages.

Finucane started game one against Columbia College. She recorded at least two strikeouts in each inning she worked, including striking out the side in the second. Her day ended after four innings with nine strikeouts along with one hit and one walk allowed.

Stangel took to the circle in the first game, but started her collegiate welcome party a little early. In her just her third plate appearance at MU, Stangel lined a two-run home run over the right field wall.

"I told myself today I just wanted to hit the ball hard somewhere, so it was just kind of a bonus that it went over," Stangel said. "I was just trying to put the barrel on it, and it was a good outcome I guess."


Tennis Tigers Win Five Titles at Mizzou Invite

Women's Golf Meek leads Mizzou at Mercedes-Benz Championship

Women's Basketball (sort of) 2013 Women's Basketball Golf Tournament Recap

Better than Music Monday

I'm forgoing Music Monday in favor of the greatest onside kick ever and a Simpsons article. That seems like a fair trade.

The Guardian: The Simpsons' secret formula: it's written by maths geeks
YouTube: Rice Onside Kick Recovery vs Houston