In case if you haven’t heard, Mizzou wrestling is still pretty good.
No. 24 ranked Mizzou wrestling beat SIUE 35-7 on Wednesday night to improve to 11-7 on the season.
FINAL | #Mizzou Owns the STL Area Tonight ‼️#MIZ x #TigerStyle pic.twitter.com/isvIwQamXA— #TigerStyle (@MizzouWrestling) February 13, 2020
That continued Tiger Style’s MAC dominance of 22 straight conference wins, including an 8-0 MAC record this season. The wrestling program under Brian Smith has also won nine straight conference titles (eight in the MAC).
— #TigerStyle (@MizzouWrestling) February 13, 2020
OUTRIGHT MAC CHAMPIONS
▪️ 22 Straight MAC Wins
▪️ 8-0 in the MAC this season
▪️ Nine Straight Conference Titles
▪️ Eight Straight MAC Titles#TigerStyle is the standard. pic.twitter.com/zH9D3EnjD7
Senior day is set for Saturday, February 22nd against Iowa State at 1:30 p.m. CST at the Hearnes Center. The MAC Championships are March 7th-8th in Dekalb, Illinois, and the NCAA Championships are set for March 19-21 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
I don’t know about you guys, but Tuesday night’s performance at a ranked LSU squad was still pretty promising. Despite the loss, it was arguably one of Missouri’s best performances of the season. It just wasn’t enough for a win on the road against a ranked opponent, something this program hasn’t accomplished since January 21st, 2012 at No. 3 Baylor.
However, Cuonzo Martin’s message to the team after the game was pretty great. It’s very hard not to root for this coach.
Believe#ToTheFinishLine pic.twitter.com/IYA4HdkDQW— Mizzou Hoops (@MizzouHoops) February 12, 2020
It’s hard not to root for Dru Smith, either. He gave it his all on Tuesday night with a 20-point performance. Respect.
Tough as nails.#ToTheFinishLine pic.twitter.com/006J8ISnJT— Mizzou Hoops (@MizzouHoops) February 13, 2020
Up next on Saturday is another big opportunity for this Mizzou basketball team, but also a daunting task as they host No. 11 Auburn. Tip-off is set for 5:00 p.m. CST on ESPN2. And the first 2,000 students will get this cool Tiger hat!
— Mizzou Hoops (@MizzouHoops) February 12, 2020
First 2️⃣,0️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ @Mizzou students at Saturday’s game vs. No. 11 Auburn will get this sweet hat!#ToTheFinishLine pic.twitter.com/PnGsrc7tHu
Yesterday at Rock M
- Film Room: Introducing Shawn Robinson, Part One - The Legs, writes Tim Bussen
- Sam Snelling has the Study Hall after the (encouraging) 82-78 loss at No. 25 LSU
- Mizzou Baseball Insider: Houck Continues Rise in Red Sox System, on MUTigers.com
- At MUTigers.com, Mizzou Baseball Opens 2020 Campaign at Jacksonville State This Weekend
- Fouls continue to plague Mizzou basketball, but Tray Jackson is impressive again, writes KC Star’s Souichi Terada
- From STLToday’s Jeff Gordon: Mizzou’s absent hoops fans want Tigers to show them success
- Register by tomorrow for Mizzou Women’s Basketball’s Alumni Reunion Day Sunday against Florida
Sunday's game is our Alumni Reunion Day!— Mizzou Basketball (@MizzouWBB) February 12, 2020
Register by tomorrow ⤵️#MIZ #OurTownOurTeam pic.twitter.com/LnJGVvYOmy
- Get to know: Mizzou defensive backs coach David Gibbs
"I've coached a lot of great players, and even in the NFL, I learned from those players." - @CoachDavidGibbs— Mizzou Football (@MizzouFootball) February 12, 2020
Meet #Mizzou's defensive backs coach David Gibbs. #MIZ x #NewZou pic.twitter.com/KGHhUhDZ0d
- Mizzou Soccer has officially signed forward Kyra Reeves from Pflugerville, Texas. Reeves was a member of US Soccer’s Development Academy team.
Checking in from Texas ✒️— Mizzou Soccer (@MizzouSoccer) February 12, 2020
Welcome to #Mizzou, @Kyra32337536 #MIZ #ShowMe ⚽️ pic.twitter.com/abAFpYER65
- Congrats to Mizzou Volleyball’s Anna Dixon and Tyanna Omazic on earning invites to U.S. Women’s National Team Open Tryouts!
#Mizzou's @annaedixon and @tyanna9755 earn invites to U.S. Women’s National Team Open Tryouts❗— Mizzou Volleyball (@MizzouVB) February 12, 2020
>> https://t.co/LYzD8Uowye#MIZ #ShowMe pic.twitter.com/iJeAr8cMDP
- From Sean Williams on PowerMizzou (subscription needed), Jaden Payne discusses recent Mizzou visit and offer
- ($$) 2022 PG Jalen Quinn gets a look at Mizzou, writes Power Mizzou’s A.J. Blakenship
- For subscribers, read up on Gabe DeArmond’s latest mailbag at PowerMizzou
- From Rudi Keller of the Columbia Tribune, governor Mike Parsons has nominated two new members to Board of Curators to fill Jon Sundvold’s vacancy
- Something to keep an eye on: Missouri’s defensive coordinator Ryan Walters has been mentioned as a candidate for the Colorado head coaching position, according to ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg
#Colorado focused its last coaching search on candidates with defensive backgrounds, and hearing that's likely again. Some interesting D-coordinator candidates include #Mizzou's Ryan Walters (former CU captain), #OU's Alex Grinch, #Utah's Morgan Scalley and #Oregon's Andy Avalos.— Adam Rittenberg (@ESPNRittenberg) February 13, 2020
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