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An easy call, obviously. Here are today's Mizzou Links.

Missouri football coach Barry Odom has dismissed wide receiver Keyon Dilosa from the team, MU spokesman Chad Moller confirmed Thursday. Dilosa was arrested Wednesday on  suspicion of third-degree domestic assault for allegedly punching a woman in the face with a closed fist in downtown Columbia.

Columbia Police were called to 10th Street outside Harpo's Bar & Grill for a physical disturbance involving Dilosa, 20, and a 20-year-old woman, according to the police report. A witness told police that Dilosa and the alleged victim were in a verbal argument and Dilosa struck the victim one time in the face with a closed fist. The witness said bystanders assisted in restraining Dilosa until officers arrived. The alleged victim and Dilosa were in an intimate relationship, according to police.

-- Post-Dispatch: Mizzou dismisses receiver Keyon Dilosa after assault arrest

I guess it was pretty obvious where that was headed, and Barry Odom didn't waste a lot of time. This was a pretty easy call, and I'm assuming it would have been easy whether Dilosa was a reserve or a starter. Either way, you hate finding out someone is capable of this.

In two seasons, Dilosa had 13 catches for 93 yards with the Tigers.

Mizzou Tigers pennant More football:


The Trib: Harris declares for NFL draft

Post-Dispatch: Harris becomes latest Mizzou defensive lineman to leave for draft

KC Star: Mizzou DE Charles Harris will enter 2017 NFL Draft

The Missourian: Charles Harris' Missouri legacy stretches beyond football

PowerMizzou: From Unknown to the NFL

The tutor

The Trib (Blake Toppmeyer): Former tutor who claimed MU committed academic fraud seeks donations for 'legal and living' costs

KC Star: Yolanda Kumar, Mizzou academic fraud whistleblower, starts GoFundMe page

Mizzou Tigers pennant Next up (gulp): Purdue

The first round of the NCAA Tournament couldn't have gone any better for Mizzou Volleyball. NIU scored four points in a row to tie the first set at 10-10, and the Tigers responded with a 40-19 run over two sets. NIU went up 4-1 to start the third, then Mizzou outscored the Huskies 24-16 the rest of the way.

So now that that's out of the way, it's time to exorcize a demon. Three yeras ago, Purdue knocked Mizzou's undefeated 2013 team out of the NCAAs in the Hearnes Center in the second round. The Boilermakers pasted Iowa State last night, so now it's revenge time. Hopefully. #18 @MizzouVB Opens NCAA Tournament With Sweep Over Northern Illinois

The Trib: MU volleyball ambushes Northern Illinois early and often in NCAA Tournament opener

The Trib: MU volleyball receives another shot at Purdue

Post-Dispatch: Mizzou volleyball overpowers NIU, clinches NCAA rematch with Purdue

KC Star: Missouri volleyball vs Northern Illinois, NCAA Tournament recap

The Missourian: Missouri volleyball advances to second round of NCAA Tournament with sweep of Northern Illinois

And one more volleyball-related video:

Mizzou Tigers pennant The weekend:


The Missourian: Missouri men's basketball looks to rebound from loss to North Carolina Central

Women's hoops @MizzouWBB Squares Off Against In-State Foe Missouri State Friday

Wrestling @MizzouWrestling Set to Battle at the UNI Open