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Mizzou Links, 6-2-14: Permanent rivals, transfers, and SEC Network money

Mizzou will have two more permanent basketball rivals (for better or worse), the basketball program won't be taking many transfers, and the SEC Network might be worth an extra $16 million (or more) per year per school.

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1. You can say that again

Post-Dispatch: Mizzou's year in sports full of surprises

2. I guess I was the only one...

...who enjoyed the current SEC basketball scheduling. I like that Mizzou plays everybody at least four times in three years; to me, that's the best way to become familiar with the league as a whole, even if the Tigers don't play home-and-away against Tennessee or Kentucky every year. Having three permanent rivals is fine ... but what if one of those is, like, Auburn or something? We want Arkansas, Tennessee, and Kentucky/Florida, I assume, but what if we get Arkansas, Vanderbilt, and Mississippi State? And then we play Tennessee or Kentucky even less? That probably won't be the case, but you get the idea...

The Trib (Behind the Stripes): Who should be Missouri's new permanent basketball rivals?

3. Well okay then

Post-Dispatch: Mizzou hoops: 'We're not doing transfers'

Does Keith Shamburger know this?

The Trib: MU's point guard search leads to Seattle

4. $ECN

The Advocate: Frequently asked questions about the SEC Network

5. That adds up in a hurry, huh?

Polygon: Settlement proposes EA Sports pay college players nearly $1,000 each for appearing in video games

6. Recruiting continues

PowerMizzou: George Brown has decision date in mind

PowerMizzou: Spring Tour: Lee's Summit


Baseball Mizzou in the Minors

The Missourian: Stangel announces transfer to Washington

Special Olympics Mizzou Helps with Special Olympics

KC Star: Mizzou's Kaysie Clark glad for second shot with national soccer team


SB Nation: 5 observations from USA vs. Turkey: On Julian Green, John Brooks and more

SB Nation: USA vs. Turkey: Final score 2-1, USMNT wins second straight Send-Off Series friendly

SB Nation: Watch Michael Bradley and Fabian Johnson combine for gorgeous USMNT goal

Yeah, this was indeed gorgeous.