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Missouri football’s spring game is set

Here are today’s Mizzou Links.

1. Mark your calendars — the date for Missouri’s 2019 Black and Gold game is set.

Missouri’s spring game will begin at 3 p.m. CT on Saturday, April 13 this season.

It seems wild that the season just ended and we’re already within three months of the spring game. I imagine there’s a good chance this one is more robustly attended by fans, as it will be the first opportunity to get a look at Missouri’s new presumptive starting quarterback, Kelly Bryant.

While nearly every Power 5 spring game is televised in some capacity (certainly every SEC spring game is), I’d also venture a guess that Missouri will get some more attention because of the Kelly Bryant angle.

2. Missouri basketball comes up short against Alabama.

Missouri fell to Alabama 70-60 on Wednesday night, dropping to 0-3 in SEC play in the process. The Tigers were led by Javon Pickett and Mark Smith, who scored 13 points apiece and were the only two Missouri players in double figures.

Here’s the full box score:

As of press time (otherwise known as my bed time), our post-game content had not yet gone live, so please make sure you check out our front page for more basketball content — and get ready for Study Hall later on Thursday.

3. Kendall Blanton confirms that Missouri is, in fact, Tight End U.

Blanton — currently at the East-West Shrine Bowl — had a nice interview with Football Gameplan in which he confirmed his believe that Missouri remains TE-U.

You can watch the whole interview here. Also, love the zero hesitation in pronouncing Albert Okwuegbunam. SEC Network announcers need to take lessons from Blanton on that.

4. Nothing but respect for my G.O.A.T., Red Panda

Effortless talent.

She also got some assistance from another G.O.A.T.

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