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Mizzou Links, 4-9-14: Haith loses an assistant, and a big recruiting week continues

Mizzou basketball assistant Mark Phelps leaves for Marquette, Tiger baseball bats wake up against Missouri State, and a big football recruiting week continues with Drew Lock's announcement tonight in Lee's Summit.

Jamie Squire

And a happy ninth anniversary to Mrs. Bill C...

1. Strong recruiting Strong pick-up for Mizzou
PowerMizzou: Video Breakdown: Natereace Strong
The Trib (Behind the Stripes): East St. Louis RB Strong commits to Missouri
Post-Dispatch: Mizzou lands Strong commitment

Next up:
KC Star: Lee’s Summit’s Drew Lock holds the key for one college football program

Lock will announce his school of choice at 7pm tonight in Lee's Summit.

This can't be bad Missouri takes lead for Beckner

2. Check!

The Trib: MU assistant Phelps leaving for Marquette
Post-Dispatch: Haith loses assistant to Marquette
The Missourian: Missouri men's basketball must replace assistant coach Mark Phelps
KC Star: Assistant coach Mark Phelps leaving Frank Haith’s staff at Missouri

3. Moving forward

PowerMizzou: Eye on the Future

4. Not a bad time for the offense to show up Tigers Slug Their Way to 9-4 Win Over MSU
The Missourian: Missouri baseball finds offense in win over Missouri State
KBIA Sports: Missouri beats in-state rival Missouri State 9-4
Mizzou Network: HIGHLIGHTS: Mizzou Uses 15 Hits to Down Missouri St.

And on the other diamond... Wednesday DH vs. Western Illinois Up Next for Mizzou

5. The pioneer

The Trib: Former MU diver will speak on panel about gay issues

6. An upset for No. 1 Results: Your Top 5 Stories of 2013-14


Track & Field Track & Field Maintains Top 30 National Rankings

Women's Golf Women's Golf Moves up in Third Round at

Volleyball Mizzou's Meister, Wilson to Join Collegiate National Team

Women's Basketball
Lake County News-Sun: Z-B grad Robinson to play women’s college hoops at Mizzou

Mizzou Network: INSIDE ACCESS: Cheerleading hosts Showcase before heading to Nationals

8. 40 years

Yeah, I went through a huge Stephen King phase in seventh and eighth grade. Huge. Patton Oswalt on a Lifetime Reading Stephen King