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Sean Culkin is banking on crypto, and Eli Drinkwitz staff is celebrated for diversity

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Mizzou Links for Tuesday, April 27

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Gotta be honest, y’all, it’s slow

The headline says it all. It is officially the beginning of the dead period for Mizzou Athletics (with the exception of the non-revenue regular seasons wrapping up), and there ain’t much to write about. Luckily, all of you various Mizzou beat subscribers can get your hands on a little premium content that we cannot get beyond the paywall. But hey, we’ll tease you with it anyway!

Have to be honest, y’all, I know next to nothing about cryptocurrencies except that everyone who likes them also seems to like Elon Musk. Anyway, Culkin is trying to earn a backup tight end spot with Kansas City at the moment, so best of luck to our very own #MizzouMade crypto bro.

Feldman’s story walks through the process of how Drinkwitz built his staff, including how it all started with his connections from jobs past.


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