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Tim Duncan has retired! Let's revisiit the time Norm Stewart complained he got all the calls

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Mizzou Tigers pennant What's On

Well here's something that's on tonight...

Mizzou Tigers pennant 1/4 done with SECMD

The Trib (Blake Toppmeyer): SEC Media Days: Sankey says sports can help unite country amid unrest

KC Star: SEC commissioner Greg Sankey: Conference is about more than sports Don't believe the hype about SEC Media Days SEC Media Days is a summer tent revival like no other What SEC Media Days looked like in the 1980s SEC Media Days meets The Last Supper: See the Druid City Brewing art that depicts Saban as Jesus

Florida SEC media days notebook: Florida players ignore Tennessee hype

KC Star: Easygoing Jim McElwain eager to keep building Florida football program

The Trib (Blake Toppmeyer): SEC Media Days: McElwain 'disappointed' with finish to last season, but pleased with progress


The Trib (Blake Toppmeyer): SEC Media Days: Auburn's QB spot up for grabs

KC Star: Auburn’s quarterback battle remains focus as fall camp looms, coach Gus Malzahn says

Mizzou Tigers pennant It's official! @MizzouHoops Signs Athletic Forward Jakoby Kemp of Utah

The Trib: Kemp working out with Tigers after inking financial aid agreement

Post-Dispatch: Jakoby Kemp adds to Mizzou frontcourt

KC Star: Missouri basketball announces signing of forward Jakoby Kemp

Happy retirement, Big Fundamental

Post-Dispatch (Ben Frederickson): The time Tim Duncan torched the Tigers

The box score showed a dominant double-double. The game story showed one ticked-off Tigers coach.

Duncan, the Demon Deacons' 6-foot-10 All-America center, was "really a good basketball player," according to Stormin' Norm Stewart, who couldn't help but point out his belief the future No. 1 pick in the NBA draft received whistles his players didn't.

"(The officials) seem to recognize who he is, though," Stewart said in Vahe Gregorian's account for the Post-Dispatch. "He's got a nice reputation. We need one of our guys to have that."

You can find the box score to this game here. Duncan was unbelievable, Wake freshman (and St. Louis native) Loren Woods had 10 points and four rebounds, and Mizzou's Jason Sutherland kept Mizzou in striking distance, going 7-for-13 on 3-pointers and scoring 23 points. (And yes, Mizzou was whistled for 21 fouls to Wake's 12.)

UGH. Best wishes to the Loos family

Post-Dispatch: Cancer strikes Loos family again

Mizzou Tigers pennant Another Olympian!

The Missourian: Rio waiting game over for Missouri swimming's Mikel Schreuders