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Missouri assistant Ryan Walters is apparently the defensive co-coordinator

Here are today's Mizzou Links.

Mizzou Tigers pennant What's On

A big local offer.

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PowerMizzou: McQuitty not worried about the wait

Mizzou Tigers pennant Football rosters and a new job title

The Trib: Walters named co-defensive coordinator

The Combine approaches

The Trib (David Morrison): Former MU Players at the NFL Combine: A Brief Preview

ILB Kentrell Brothers, 6-0/249

Camp No.: LB03 (Between Oklahoma outside linebacker Devonte Boyd and Mississippi State outside linebacker Beniquez Brown) Round Range: 2nd (No. 2 ILB, No. 55 overall)

Needs to Show: He's more of an athletic specimen than people think he is. Brothers is a little short and a little slow to be a prototypical NFL linebacker. He could get stuck with the dreaded "tweener" label that usually gets affixed to outside linebacker/defensive end types.

Barry Odom's a pretty nice guy

Mizzou's linebackers are going to be super-athletic this year

KTGR: Mizzou spring football preview: The linebackers

You could make a case for Newsom as the team’s 2015 "breakout performer." He’s always had the potential, but last year he turned potential into production, compiling 63 tackles, nine tackles for loss and a couple sacks. The Tigers have some depth at outside linebacker, but it’s relatively unproven.

Mizzou Tigers pennant Ole Miss rematch up tonight

And thankfully, the last game against Stefan Damn Moody.

University of Missouri Athletics - Road Trip to Ole Miss Up Next for @MizzouHoops

Anderson looks at the week ahead on the SEC teleconference - Columbia Daily Tribune | Columbia Missouri: Courtside View

Moody tops Mizzou's scouting report in rematch : Sports

Missouri men's basketball looks to continue growth against Mississippi | Mizzou Sports |

Mizzou Tigers pennant Rylee Pierce has won 100% of SEC POTW awards in her career Mizzou's Rylee Pierce Named SEC Softball Player of the Week

Mizzou Softball freshman 1B Rylee Pierce (Visalia, Calif.) was named Southeastern Conference Softball Player of the Week, as announced Monday by the SEC office. Monday's award marks Pierce's first career honor from the SEC office.

Pierce tallied a .476 average with 10 runs scored, 10 hits, two doubles, two stolen bases, three home runs and 8 RBI in her NCAA debut as a Tiger. Her outstanding weekend at the plate paced Mizzou hitters in runs, home runs and total bases (21).