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No Mizzou-Georgia on Saturday? Fine, then give us Braggin’ Rights.

Mizzou Links for Thursday, November 12

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Hello darkness, my old friend!

Well, this sucks.

I was SO looking forward to a Saturday filled with watching SEC Football and The Masters, but alas, COVID continues to ruin pretty much everything.

It was announced on Wednesday morning that the Mizzou-Georgia game on Saturday has been officially postponed due to COVID-19 concerns. There is a possibility that this game can be rescheduled for December 19th.

Missouri and Georgia becomes the fourth SEC game postponed on Saturday, meaning there will be more SEC games PPD than actually played this weekend. Sigh.

However, there was some actually some good news that dropped on Wednesday. BRAGGIN’ RIGHTS IS STILL ON! Of course, it unfortunately won’t be in St. Louis — but the game is set for Saturday, December 12th.

So, will it be in Columbia or Champaign? Oh, how about a coin flip to decide?! Find out TONIGHT at 6:00 p.m. CST. More here on

This is awesome and I am absolutely HERE FOR IT.

And in more non-conference scheduling news, Mizzou is set to play Boston College on December 2nd at the Mohegan Sun, according to CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein.

Man, I’m so ready for this season to get started. Please let it happen.

Onto the links! (And there are A TON of them).

Yesterday at Rock M

More Links:



(KC Star)

(The Athletic)

(Columbia Missourian)

(Columbia Daily Tribune)


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  • Unfortunate news here from Yaya Keita, as he’ll miss his DeSmet senior season due to an ACL injury
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