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Missouri's Sean Culkin on Josh Heupel: "That’s his thing -- compete, full speed, don’t think."

Here are today's Mizzou Links.

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Mizzou Tigers pennant "You're already wrong if you're hesitant"

PowerMizzou: Preseason Preview: Quarterbacks

PowerMizzou: Preseason Preview: Running backs

There's an entirely new aura of optimism surrounding Missouri's backfield talent, and even though only one player (Witter) has had over 100 carries in a year, there's plenty of options to find a solid if not spectacular rotation. Players describe new SEC coordinators in one word

Josh Heupel, Missouri offensive coordinator

Competitor: "He’s just always hyping on us competing. That’s his thing -- compete, full speed, don’t think. You’re already wrong if you’re hesitant. Just make a decision and go with it and compete your ass off until the last second. Personally, it’s definitely elevated my game because there’s always more you can do." -- Tight end Sean Culkin

And in "NIght at the Zou" news...

PowerMizzou: Illinois lineman to camp at Mizzou

Mizzou Tigers pennant JYD! JYD! JYD!

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ABC 17: Carroll hopes former players stay involved with Mizzou

ABC 17: Web Extra: Catching up with DeMarre Carroll DeMarre Carroll brings "Junkyard Dog" mindset to basketball camp

And speaking of former Mizzou players...

Mizzou Tigers pennant ICYMI:

The Trib: Rhoades says MU athletic department 'is in a much better place' than he found it

Post-Dispatch (BenFred): Rhoades gets the last laugh on MU, though unintended

Mizzou Tigers pennant Mizzou against the world Mizzou Track & Field Represented at World Junior Championships

The University of Missouri men's track and field team will be well-represented at this week's International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Under 20 Championships, held July 19-24 in Bydgoszcz, Poland, as current star sprinter Kahmari Montgomery (Plainfield, Ill.) and highly-decorated incoming recruit JaMari Ward (Cahokia, Ill.) will be competing.