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Mizzou Links: Awesome ends, deep balls, and the Mizzou Legacy

Missouri's starting defensive ends might be even better this year, Maty Mauk likes to throw the deep ball, the Mizzou defense needs to make big plays smaller, and Volleyball loses another tight match.

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1. This is fun

2. D #

Ray & Golden
The Trib: Timing is everything for MU defensive ends
KBIA Sports: Missouri’s Markus Golden shining in starting role
Missourinet: NFL scouts told Pinkel that Golden and Ray were even better than Ealy and Sam

Making big plays smaller
KC Star: Missouri defense works to eliminate opponents’ big plays

The best defensive weapon: good punting

3. One last look back at Toledo

Good day for receivers
The Trib (Behind the Stripes): Missouri Notes: The "Air It Out" edition

Besides one of Sasser's -- on a quick screen -- and Murphy's -- on a wheel route down the sideline -- Missouri's big gainers have come when it puts the ball in its quarterback's hands and just lets him gun it.

It's what Mauk likes to do. He had 13 completions of 25 yards or more in 68 total last year.

"It's all timing," Mauk said. "I did a lot of it in high school. I didn't have the talent I have out here now at receiver. It's just all timing. It's all stuff we can work on, and you get used to it quick. It's just something we'll continue to get better at, too."

Sasser and White have combined for 310 yards and five touchdowns on 14 catches.

PowerMizzou: Tuesday's Top Tigers: Toledo
The Missourian: Missouri football's senior receivers are no talk, all action

KC Star: Missouri’s Culkin brings marketable skills to tight end position

4. Off the Gridiron

Volleyball :/
MUTIGERS.COM: Mizzou Falls to In-State Rival Saint Louis in Five
The Missourian: Missouri volleyball lacks energy in five-set loss to SLU
MUTIGERS.COM: Mizzou Volleyball Heads Out West To Idaho Nike Invitational

MUTIGERS.COM: Cox To Be Named Missouri Chapter's Man Of The Year

Women's Golf
MUTIGERS.COM: Tigers Take Second at Chip-N Club

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