The season's over for the Mizzou women.
Really nice season for the Tiger women. You could see their flaws and youth and limitations, but they fought through them and reached the round of 32 for the first time in 15 years. And they lose only one player who averaged more than 12 minutes this season.
Tonight's presser for Pingeton started in odd fashion. Some codger clad in a Texas jacket stood and asked this: pic.twitter.com/dZsA9BUfrn— Blake Toppmeyer (@btoppmeyer) March 22, 2016
Pingeton sat in silence until the next question came, which was probably the best move in that situation— Blake Toppmeyer (@btoppmeyer) March 22, 2016
A couple more videos from the men's side
Spring practice rolls on
-- RT Nate Crawford
Operative Phrase: "Even if he doesn't win the starting (right tackle) job in the fall, he repped at guard last year and could be part of the solution at one of those two slots."
What Had Happened Was: Crawford ended up starting eight games -- four at right tackle, four at right guard. Even though his sophomore season was marred by a high-ankle sprain and general poor play from the line, the spring helped launch him into a starting role.
Did Spring Matter?: Yeah.
Charles Harris aims high
And how's the O-line doing?
Elarbee has to find a competent, consistent left tackle, and his top two choices at this point have not seen any game snaps.
"Tanner [Owen]’s super athletic," Elarbee said of the redshirt freshman. "A very intelligent guy who’s kind of got to learn to cut it loose. Nobody’s kind of made it clear-cut quite yet. It’s been good for both of them, though. They’ve had somebody to kind of fight at that position for."
Mizzou: A lot better than UTEP at softball
Gymnastics is going to the Big Dance
Lots of Golden and 'Spoon, hopefully
And speaking of Mizzou in the pros...