"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.
ESPN.com: 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
JYD! JYD! JYD!
ABC 17: Carroll hopes former players stay involved with Mizzou
ABC 17: Web Extra: Catching up with DeMarre Carroll
KOMU.com: DeMarre Carroll brings "Junkyard Dog" mindset to basketball camp
And speaking of former Mizzou players...
Former Missouri guard Tramaine Isabell has transferred to Drexel University. Isabell will sit out next year and have 2 years of eligibility— LeftCoastRecruiting (@LC_Recruiting) July 18, 2016
Thanks bro! Pac 12 newcomer of the year sound about right? https://t.co/pl6wYhkFLO— Tramaine Isabell (@oTrillMaine) July 18, 2016
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 against the world
MUtigers.com: 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.