Okay, first things first: check out this end-of-year Mizzou highlight video.
Hell yeah, that’s the stuff. Anyway.
The news of the day (besides Pete Scantlebury coming aboard here, of course) was technically something we could have guessed anyway: Mizzou-Arkansas is going to be on Black Friday.
For the fifth-consecutive year, the burgeoning football rivalry game between Mizzou and Arkansas will be played on the Friday of Thanksgiving Week. As announced today by the Southeastern Conference, the Shelter Insurance Battle Line Rivalry will kick off at 1:30 p.m. central time on Friday, Nov. 23rd from Mizzou’s Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field, with the game being televised on CBS. The contest was initially listed as a Nov. 24th date.
The Hogs will be shifting from Bret Bielema’s burliness-based system to Chad Morris’ up-tempo attack. They should be fun, but I’m not sure if they’ll actually be good just yet.
So now we know the kick time for three of Mizzou’s seven home games.
- September 1: UT Martin (3 pm CT on SECN Alt)
- September 8: Wyoming (6 pm CT on ESPN2)
- September 22: Georgia (?)
- October 20: Memphis (?)
- October 27: Kentucky (?)
- November 10: Vanderbilt (?)
- November 23: Arkansas (1:30 pm CT, CBS)
Yesterday at Rock M
- Former Mizzou starting QB is still grinding away in Canada and will start for the Toronto Argonauts on Saturday.
- Positionless basketball is for Mizzou Women’s Hoops, too!
- Are you an Athletic subscriber? If so, CJ Moore took an offseason look at Mizzou Hoops. (And if you’re not, here’s a video all the same.)
"We have confidence going in to next season and we want to achieve more, but we have to work that much harder. We definitely have a willing group of coaches and players to get the job done."— Mizzou Basketball (@MizzouHoops) July 2, 2018
Hear from rising senior @CallMe_KP24 ⤵️#ToTheFinishLine pic.twitter.com/sM7ygi9bUh
- Are you a PowerMizzou subscriber? If so, here’s a look at Mizzou’s current 2019 tight end targets.
- Rivals’ Georgia site ranked Mizzou the Dawgs’ fifth-hardest opponent of 2018.
- Former Mizzou Women’s Hoops star Bri Kulas is now a Ball State assistant.
- Gridiron! Girls! Night! Out!
#Mizzou Gridiron Girls Night Out— Mizzou Football (@MizzouFootball) July 2, 2018
⏰ 5 PM
️ https://t.co/NgqyGDPTW3#MIZ #ShowMe pic.twitter.com/R9wyLBRh3U