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Here are today's Mizzou Links.

Mizzou Tigers pennant What's On

They were youngins once.

So much baby fat. Boehm, McGovern, Brothers Selected in 2016 NFL Draft
The Trib: Boehm, McGovern, Brothers all chosen on third day of NFL draft
Post-Dispatch: Vikings draft Mizzou's Brothers, Boehm to Arizona, McGovern to Denver

KC Star: Cardinals nab MU, Lee’s Summit West grad Evan Boehm in fourth round Mizzou's Evan Boehm "Excited to be a Cardinal"
PowerMizzou: Draft Rewind: Evan Boehm

KC Star: MU guard Connor McGovern joins Shane Ray in Denver
PowerMizzou: Draft Rewind: Connor McGovern
Mile High Report: Scouting Broncos offensive lineman Connor McGovern

KC Star: Vikings nab Mizzou linebacker Kentrell Brothers in fifth round
PowerMizzou: Draft Rewind: Kentrell Brothers

Mizzou Tigers pennant Fantastic weekend on the diamond, Part 1 #16 @MizzouSoftball Posts 8-5 Series Opener Win at Mississippi State #16 @MizzouSoftball Wins Seventh Straight, Defeating Mississippi State, 3-1 #16 @MizzouSoftball Posts Eighth-Straight Win, Second Consecutive SEC Series Sweep
The Missourian: No. 16 Missouri softball picks up blowout win, sweeps Mississippi State

Mizzou Tigers pennant Fantastic weekend on the diamond, Part 2 @MizzouBaseball Rallies Past Vols With Two Runs in the Eighth @MizzouBaseball Rallies In Eighth Inning For Second Straight Game @MizzouBaseball Sweeps Tennessee to Cap 4-0 Week
The Missourian: Missouri sweeps Tennessee, gets within half-game of tournament spot

Mizzou Tigers pennant Your daily "J'den Cox is amazing" link

The Trib: Disappointment? Cox doesn't know the meaning of the word

"The problem with disappointment is people linger on it. It digs away in your mind and stays there, and you’re thinking about it and you get reminded of it and then you get put in the same situation and you bring it up again. No, you don’t do that. You find a way to move forward. That’s how I am. That’s how I’ve always been. That’s the way I’m going to continue to be. Move forward. Keep moving forward."

Since that whatever-you-want-to-call-it in St. Louis last year, the only loss Cox has suffered came when he was disqualified for riding his Ohio opponent off the mat and through a sign during a December match. He reclaimed the 197-pound NCAA title in March then seamlessly switched from folkstyle to freestyle to win the U.S. Olympic Trials against more experienced opponents. Since the USA didn’t have an automatic Olympic berth at his weight class, he traveled halfway around the world to Mongolia and blitzed five opponents with very long names to become an Olympian at the age of 21.

Mizzou Tigers pennant Mizzou rapid fire:

Women's basketball

The Trib: Cierra Porter has foot surgery

Track & field Ludwig Marks New School Record in Memphis

Women's golf

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