Football is back, and it’s pretty damn weird!
Oh boy. Ohhhhhhhhhhh boy. Y’all are in for a treat this morning. Sometimes slow days on the Mizzou beat can be a real drag here in the links. But this morning has some real dandies.
Spring football can be a bit of a slog after the initial excitement. Nothing is set in stone, there aren’t any real stakes, and we’re all basically waiting for spring to be over so that summer can come and also be over.
However, Eli Drinkwitz has injected a unique energy into these first few practices. Read below for more!
- Peter Baugh has a fascinating look at Spring Football under Eli Drinkwitz, including some of Coach Drink’s... strange motivational tactics! Subscribers only, per usual.
- General readers can check out PowerMizzou for a notebook on Spring Football Day 2 and a review of the 2019-2020 season and a look toward the future of Mizzou Women’s Basketball.
- In addition, PowerMizzou also recapped Missouri Football’s recruiting weekend, while Gabe typed up his ten thoughts for Monday morning.
- Mizzou offered its official recap of the first day of spring practice, which is almost exactly what you think it’d be.
Yesterday at Rock M
- Mizzou slugs its way to first three-game sweep of the season
- FanPulse CBB: Apparently winning is good for Fan Confidence, who knew?
- Reeeeeeally looking forward to the Eli Drinkwitz vs. Barry Odom matchup coming this November at Arrowhead? You may want to check out this link to the ticket pre-sale info!
- Mizzou Softball may not be NCAA Tournament eligible, but they seem well-positioned early on to rub it in the NCAA’s eye. Coach Anderson has some words to say about that.
- The SEC is taking COVID-19 seriously — they’ve issued a press release on their health and safety policies at upcoming events cough cough the Men’s Basketball Tournament.
- Mizzou Baseball welcomes Northern Illinois to Taylor Stadium for a Tuesday-Wednesday matchup.
- Congrats Leonardo Garcia Valera on his success at the NCAA Qualifiers for Diving!
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