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Kelly Bryant! All-SEC teams! Impending extension for Odom! A hoops win! What a day!

Here are today’s Mizzou Links.

1. Kelly Bryant commits to Missouri.

Let those cups fall to the ground, ladies and gentlemen. No reason to protect your nether-regions anymore!

Missouri picked up the commitment of the top graduate transfer quarterback (currently) on the market. Kelly Bryant, the former Clemson quarterback, announced via his Twitter account.

People had THINGS TO SAY about Bryant’s decision, and Missouri got some well-deserved positive PR:

This one was just too funny not to share:

2. Extension coming for Barry Odom in 3... 2... 1...

Expect a bigger buyout, a slight pay-raise to bring him in line with mid-level SEC coaching contracts and a bigger pool for his assistants.

3. No first-teamers, but Missouri lands a handful on the Coaches All-SEC teams.

Five Missouri players made the Coaches’ All-SEC second team, and it was split between offense and defense.

Drew Lock and Emanuel Hall were Missouri’s offensive representatives, with Terry Beckner, Cale Garrett and DeMarkus Acy being the defensive selections.

A little strange that Tre’Vour Wallace-Simms is first-team AP All-SEC but doesn’t make either team for the coaches, but offensive line honors seem to always be sort of a crapshoot.

4. Arkansas grad transfer WR also commits to Missouri.

Jonathan Nance doesn’t bring quite the fanfare of Kelly Bryant, but he adds more depth to Missouri’s receiver rotation in 2019.

Plus, it’s pretty great that not only did Arkansas fans get their hopes up about Bryant, but minutes after Bryant picked Missouri, a former Razorbacks receiver announced his commitment to the Tigers, too.

5. Oh, yeah, Missouri got a hoops win, too.

65-45 over UT-Arlington.

See the good ol’ front page for more hoops content.

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