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Mizzou Links for Monday, November 30

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Victory Monday, and the feeling is gooooooooooood

Happy Victory Monday, Tiger fans. You recovered from your Thanksgiving weekend hangover yet? Here’s some juicy post-game morsels to help you out.


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  • Here’s your weekly Mizzou in the NFL recap:

— Of course there was no Drew Lock game to talk about on Sunday due to the Broncos’ catastrophic COVID-19 outbreak. The Broncos started a practice squad WR at QB and he only completed one pass. Meanwhile, Lock apologized for the misstep of ignoring NFL masking guidelines.

— Aldon Smith had 4 tackles, one for a loss, along with a QB hit in Dallas’ Thanksgiving day loss.

The Browns keep winning and the former Tigers keep contributing — Jordan Elliott had 2 tackles and Sheldon Richardson had one (along with a pass deflection) as the Browns moved to 8-3 on the season.

— Charles Harris had three tackles off the edge in Atlanta’s surprising 43-6 win over the Raiders.

  • In case you weren’t paying attention, 4-star St. Louis recruit Isaac Thompson was in Columbia for a visit this weekend, and it seems like he was impressed.

Thompson has recently been considered a heavy Michigan lean, but there’s good reason to think that could change. Jim Harbaugh is on the hottest of hot seats, with former stars calling for his head following a loss to winless Penn State.

Time for Drink to close the deal.

  • We’re still not sure if Mizzou’s men’s basketball team will be playing a game between now and Sunday, but we do know the tip time for Wichita State!
  • Tough news for the women’s basketball team.

Sounds like the Tigers will be down and out for a while.

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