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Missouri's 2014-15 SEC basketball slate begins on Thursday with a visit from an LSU team with a hell of an interior game. Also: Shane Ray's NFL announcement was moved to Wednesday, and Max Copeland knows how to pick up chicks.

Bill Carter

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Craig Kuligowski's favorite 30 seconds of the Citrus Bowl broadcast.

Or maybe Max Copeland picking up chicks.

how to pick up chicks in nyc. #crunch #19th #chelsea #fairpik

A video posted by max copeland (@max.copeland) on

Never change, Max, you big dork.

Okay, Shane Ray's announcement is coming today then...

Post-Dispatch: Mizzou's Ray delays draft announcement
120Sports.com: Shane Ray or Dante Fowler?

Some other guy already declared
Post-Dispatch: Green-Beckham opts for NFL draft

Dates changing everywhere!
MUTIGERS.COM: Mizzou Athletics Hall of Fame Date Changed

Conference play begins tomorrow...

...time to catch #SECBasketballFever if you haven't already...

The Missourian: Missouri men's basketball shows growth despite losing record
Fox Sports MW: History says Mizzou can right its listing ship despite nonconference struggles
The Trib (Courtside View): Strange for Anderson getting ready for SEC slate (and other notes)

"The SEC Network’s a wonderful thing. You can watch them every night. Somebody’s on. So I’ve had a chance to watch at least parts of every team."

His studying will be more extensive now that he’s getting ready to play them and doesn’t have to worry about readying his team for any more nonconference foes.

Since Saturday night — after the Tigers (6-7) wrapped up their nonconference schedule with a 72-60 victory over Lipscomb — he’s had his eyes trained on LSU (11-2), the opponent in Thursday night’s SEC opener at 6 p.m. at Mizzou Arena. No surprisingly, he’s found himself focusing most on the frontcourt tandem of sophomores Jordan Mickey and Jarell Martin, who’ve combined to average 34.5 points and 19.2 rebounds.

"It’s going to be tough," Anderson said. "It’ll be tough for us just because those guys, not only they’re big, but they’re very mobile, they’re very agile, and I think for us to beat them we’ve got to do a great job on the boards."

The Fever
And the Valley Shook: Your primer for #SECBasketballFever
CBS Sports: Second-class conference

I hadn't really thought of the fourth stage like this...

...or at least, in this relatively negative, cynical light ... but yeah, this is pretty much dead on.

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