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Here are today's Mizzou Links.

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Mizzou Tigers pennant What's On

Safety! Ballgame! Bingo!

At the end of this last week's PAPN, we asked for submissions from people: the score of your most memorable, formative football game. We've gotten far more submissions than I expected ... but very few Mizzou ones. There's time to rectify that! (I assume 36-28 and 41-24 will be rather popular...)

Mizzou Tigers pennant Recruiting tidbits

Football

PowerMizzou: Texas LB talks Mizzou offer, camps

Basketball (2017)

Zagsblog: Michael Porter Jr., Trae Young Still Talking Potential Package

Missouri: "It's my hometown school. I used to work out there all the time. I don't feel like I owe them anything, but I did grow up there, and there's something to say about going back and playing in front of the students and being the star player there."

Just let us quit you, Mike.

Basketball (2018)

Scout.com: Torrence Watson continues to show his impressive skills

While Missouri has been rebuilding the past few seasons, Watson sees a great opportunity for him at the SEC school.

"I like that they are close to home," said Watson of Missouri. "It would be nice to play in front of family and represent my city."

And in the "someone else's former star recruit" department...

Jackson Clarion-Ledger: Trust issues at base of Newman's transfer from MSU

Mizzou Tigers pennant Just under 14 weeks to go

WVUsports.com: Looking ahead: Missouri

Mizzou Tigers pennant A Ben Askren podcast? Should be good

MMA Fighting: Ben Askren, Joe Warren will be new co-hosts of 'Let's Get It On' podcast

Askren, the former Bellator welterweight champion, is the current ONE Championship 170-pound champion and one of the best in the world in his weight class. Warren is a former two-division Bellator champion, winning belts at both featherweight and bantamweight. Wheelock was Bellator's play-by-play man for five years before being let go in 2015.

Wheelock and McCarthy had been producing podcasts twice a week most recently, but with the changes "Let's Get It On" will move back to a once-a-week format, at least temporarily.