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Morning Links, Dancing at Camp, Aarion Penton's little brother, Jimmy Whitt to Arkansas and Nicole Hudson a Shocker

Sorry about the late posting, John Anderson does the Ice Bucket challenge, William Moore grew up in Ferguson, #MIZZOUBABY!, Mizzou is Whitt-less, and Nicole Hudson is the Shocker assistant coach

Kevin C. Cox

What's On

John Anderson accepts Gary Pinkel's Ice Bucket Challenge

Professional Tigers

Ferguson hits home for Atlanta Falcons' William Moore - ESPN

"My family is there. That's where I grew up, in Ferguson," Moore said following Tuesday's practice. "I've got a lot of family there and a lot of friends. I try to stay as far as I can away from it as far as being out there. But I also talk to them."

Football - Doherty breaks down top five

Missouri: "Mizzou goes all the way back to my sophomore year," Doherty said of the Tigers. "They were the first to offer me. I had worked my whole life for that."

Our Alabama colleagues predict we'll go 8-4, with losses to SCAR, Georgia, Florida and Texas A&M, resulting in a trip to the Liberty Bowl?

Predicting the 2014 SEC Football Season: Missouri Tigers - Roll 'Bama Roll

The #MizzouBaby story from the Mizzou Network is a much watch

Here are the Mizzou Tight Ends doing their version of the Haka-dance:

And here are the Mizzou Corners, led by Aarion Penton, doing their camp dancing:


We had a bit of a debate about wishing Jimmy Whitt well

Tigers Lose Out on Commitment From Jimmy Whitt - Rock M Nation

Why you should NOT panic as a Mizzou fan: Whitt is a great player and a kid that was right under your nose, but Mizzou has a lot of depth, and young depth. Whitt will join a roster in 2015-16, and Mizzou will have 7 players that can play on the perimeter that aren't freshmen. And Mizzou is not done with recruiting. They're still in the mix on Antonio Blakeney

And wouldn't you know it, just after the Whitt commitment, PowerMizzou dropped this bit of news:


2015 Orlando (Fla.) Oak Ridge shooting guard Antonio Blakeney will officially visit Mizzou the weekend of October 10. That is the same weekend as Thomas Bryant's visit.

Olympic Mizzou

Congrats to Nicole!

An inside look at the MU soccer team's 2014 schedule - Columbia Daily Tribune | Columbia Missouri: Tiger Tidings

The Missouri soccer team will kick off the 2014 season at 4 p.m. Friday against Syracuse in the Penn State Invitational in University Park, Pa. The Tigers defeated fourth-ranked North Carolina 2-1 in an exhibition game Friday at Chapel Hill, N.C.


Henry Josey facing even more competition on the Eagle's roster