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Mizzou Links, 4-23-14: Tigers win in a walk-off, and the NFL Draft is finally getting close

Mizzou beats Wichita State in walk-off fashion (NOW LET'S DO IT AGAIN IN THE SPORT OF COACHING SEARCHES), Kony Ealy is heading to New York, Henry Josey comes back to Columbia, and the SEC might actually get somewhere with football scheduling one of these days.

Look who figured out a reason to use this pic again...
Look who figured out a reason to use this pic again...
Bill Carter

Once again, the coaching search post will come in a bit ... here are all things non-search.

1. WALK-OFF Mizzou Walks Off Against Wichita State, Wins 5-4
The Missourian: Missouri baseball beats Wichita State in extra innings
KBIA Sports: Dillon Everett gets redemption with a walk-off single

2. The NFL Draft is finally almost here Missouri defensive end Kony Ealy in a New York state of mind
Shutdown Corner: NFL Draft Under the Microscope: Missouri DE Michael Sam
The Football Educator: Former Mizzou Tigers Football Players Looking to Continue Careers

And while we're talking former Tigers...

3. QBs

The Trib: Hosick's departure thins QB herd

4. Scheduling

I still say an eight-game schedule improves the likelihood of strong non-conference matchups and gives my numbers more inter-connectivity between conferences. It's not hard to see why people want nine games, however.

Jackson Clarion-Ledger: Slive: Decision coming on SEC schedules

5. #stubble In-State Matchup with Missouri State Next for No. 15 Mizzou


The Missourian: Missouri responds to NCAA Division I proposal for unlimited food for athletes

Waste Mizzou Athletics to Host Zero Waste Weekend

Track & Field Track & Field Holds Top 25 Ranking

Gymnastics Mizzou Among 2014 Top-20 Gymnastics National Attendance

Soccer Richardson, Dash Earn First-Ever Win

7. Why not

Wired: Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Definitive Oral History of a TV Masterpiece


Granted, I'd spend $400 on it and use it once every four months, but ... yes, please!

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