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Let's rave a little bit more about Drew Lock's Saturday night performance vs. EMU

Here are today's Mizzou Links.

Mizzou Tigers pennant What's On

Barry Odom, that's what.

The Trib (Blake Toppmeyer): Barry Odom meets the press: Week 3

KC Star: Missouri football notebook: Johnathon Johnson wins SEC freshman of week

KC Star: Mizzou notebook: Barry Odom excited about forthcoming facilities upgrades

PowerMizzou: Monday Mizzou Notebook

Mizzou Tigers pennant Drew Lock had a night

Post-DIspatch: Mizzou's Lock puts progress on display

Lock’s fifth and final touchdown was an act of faith he never would have tried last year. From the Eastern Michigan 13-yard line, tight end Kendall Blanton lined up in the backfield as a fullback but tripped just as he crossed the line of scrimmage and tumbled to the turf. Lock didn’t flinch.

"We made a little eye contact when he was on the ground," the quarterback said. "When he saw I was still looking at him he got up pretty quick and I was like, all right, I’m going to back up and chuck this bad boy up to the big guy."

Blanton got to his feet and snagged Lock’s toss for his first career touchdown.

ABC-17: Drew Lock discusses his 5 TD performance, previews UGA game

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The Trib (Blake Toppmeyer): EMU-MU rewind: Game balls, grades and key plays

After an opening week in which Lock locked in on J’Mon Moore, he spread the ball around beautifully against EMU. Lock, who enjoyed good protection, stood in the pocket comfortably and didn’t show any of the happy feet we saw at times last year. SEC defenses will pose a different challenge, but fans have to be encouraged by Lock’s latest performance. Lock said that after Wednesday’s practice, he told his teammates he was going to go for Missouri’s single-game passing records Saturday. He made a valiant attempt. He now shares the passing touchdown record with Chase Daniel and Maty Mauk and ranks third in single-game passing yards behind Jeff Handy (480, 1992) and Blaine Gabbert (468, 2009).

4 days to Georgia

The Trib (Blake Toppmeyer): MU notes: Tigers prepare for Chubb

Post-DIspatch: Mizzou notes: Tigers' defensive line still finding its way

Post-DIspatch: Looking ahead: Mizzou vs. Georgia

And just for fun...

Mizzou Tigers pennant And then next week...

Post-Dispatch: Afternoon kickoff for Mizzou-Delaware State

Mizzou Tigers pennant Rest in peace

The Trib: Former MU All-American Conrad Hitchler dies

Hitchler lettered at Missouri from 1960-62. He earned All-America honors on defense as a senior then went on to play in the East-West Shrine Game, the Hula Bowl and the Coaches All-America Game. Hitchler led Missouri in receiving in 1961, and he was an All-Big Eight selection in both 1961 and ’62. He was inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame in 2013.

In Hitchler’s junior year, the Tigers went 7-2-1 and finished 11th in the final polls. In his senior year, they beat Georgia Tech 14-10 in the Bluebonnet Bowl in Houston and finished with an 8-1-2 record and No. 12 ranking.

Hitchler played three years in the Canadian Football League as a member of the Calgary Stampeders.

Mizzou Tigers pennant Food for thought

SB Nation: Would college basketball free agency really be so terrible?

Mizzou Tigers pennant Rapid fire!

Luebbert is kicking butt @MizzouSoccer's Luebbert Earns Second SEC Weekly Honor

The Missourian: Luebbert earns second SEC honors, continues to impress

MIZ-USA Chadwick, Stevens Named to 2016-17 USA Swimming National Team

MIZ-SCOTLAND Jessica Meek to Represent @MUWomensGolf at 2016 World Amateur