We’ve got TV and tip times....
For some Mizzou Basketball games this season. On Wednesday, the SEC announced the TV schedule for the Big 12-SEC Challenge on Saturday, January 29th. Mizzou’s road match up with Iowa State in Ames is set for 1:00 p.m. CT, with the Tigers and Cyclones getting the ESPNU treatment.
Missouri will be looking to improve their record to 3-2 all-time in the Big 12-SEC Challenge.
Here is the rest of the Big 12-SEC schedule, with Kentucky at kansas and Tennessee at Texas getting the primetime tips on ESPN.
For Mizzou Women’s Basketball, their entire SEC TV schedule was announced on Wednesday. Of their 16 league games, eight will be nationally televised and can be seen on the regular SEC Network.
Plan accordingly...— Mizzou Basketball (@MizzouWBB) September 29, 2021
TV & Game Times ⏰ for our SEC Schedule are here pic.twitter.com/ipbZtcVfpI
For more information on the women’s TV schedule, check it out on MUTigers.com. With the women’s SEC TV schedule set, I’d expect the men’s to be released fairly soon here.
And Mizzou Wrestling enters a much anticipated season with the Tigers returning to the Big 12 Conference. Yesterday, the team announced their 2021-2022 schedule — starting November 11th on the road at North Dakota State. Missouri’s first of 10 Big 12 conference matches is set for November 14th hosting Northern Colorado.
The Big 12 Championships will be held March 5th and 6th in Tulsa, Oklahoma — while the NCAA Championships are set for March 17th-19th in Detroit, Michigan. For more information, check it out on MUTigers.com.
From Head Coach Brian Smith:
“We are returning an experienced team with wins under their belts at the NCAA Championships, but they have set some higher goals for this season. I know the team and staff are excited for the challenge the Big 12 brings. I know from talking with our fan base they are ready to come out to see us compete through our Big 12 schedule.”
Let’s Go, Tiger Style!!
M-I-Z! Onto the links!
Yesterday at Rock M
- Nate Edwards has the preview of the Tennessee Volunteers
- Connor Bazelak has to eliminate the mistakes for Missouri to beat Tennessee, writes Brandon Kiley
- Wednesday Watch Grid with Nate Edwards and Kortay Vincent: Game Times and Betting Lines for Week 5
- Former Mizzou play-caller Josh Heupel tackles major rebuild on Rocky Top, writes Dave Matter
- Lila Bromberg writes that former Missouri Tigers QB Shawn Robinson is making an impact at safety
- Missouri cross country aims for first win of the season at the Gans Creek Classic, writes Joel Boenitz
- MU wrestling schedule announced, writes Anthony Kristensen
- From Matt Brolley, Big 12/SEC Challenge television schedule set
- From Wilson Moore: Missouri moves on from Boston College as Tennessee game approaches
- ($$) On Baseball America’s ranking of top 100 transfers in college baseball this summer, three Mizzou incoming transfers appear on this list. Carter Rustad from San Diego (17th), Nander De Sedas from Florida State (77th) and Austin Marozas from Charlotte (82nd).
- From Adam Spencer of Saturday Down South, he ranks Tyler Badie at No. 1 in his SEC running backs
My current SEC RB rankings:— Adam Spencer (@AdamSpencer4) September 30, 2021
1. Tyler Badie
2. Tank Bigsby
3. Jarquez Hunter
4. Trelon Smith
5. Chris Rodriguez
6. Isaiah Spiller
- From Nathalie Jones: Here’s a good perspective on what Connor Bazelak has said about Mizzou’s 2-2 start
Watch: #Mizzou's Connor Bazelak tells me the team is NOT dwelling on its 2-2 record heading into a matchup with Tennessee.— Nathalie Jones (@NathalieABC17) September 30, 2021
"We were two plays away from being 4-0 right now." pic.twitter.com/89rwu8gjGm
- A well deserved congrats to Mizzou running back Tyler Badie!
#Mizzou running back Tyler Badie (@showtimeshine5) has been named a semifinalist for the 2021 William V. Campbell Trophy, which is awarded to the best football scholar-athlete in the country each year.— Lila Bromberg (@lilabbromberg) September 29, 2021
- More information on Luther Burden’s upcoming commitment announcement....
Luther Burden has changed his announcement date to October 19th. It will now be at Herbert Hoover Boys and Girls Club, the place where Luther used to play little league football. Coach Drink and Luther’s dad stay in pretty close contact. Stay tuned. @ksdknews— Frank Cusumano (@Frank_Cusumano) September 30, 2021
- On the latest Inside Mizzou Athletics Podcast with Matt Michaels and Brad Trenago, they visit with Blake Toppmeyer to preview the Tennessee game. Give it a listen!
This week's Inside @MizzouAthletics Podcast takes a look at #Mizzou Football through 4 weeks, chats with @btoppmeyer to preview Vol Football, and plays the classic trivia game "Tennessee Fact or Myth"!— Mizzou Radio (@MizzouRadio) September 29, 2021
Listen here, subscribe anywhere, share everywhere!https://t.co/rfV8K0hznT
- On MUTigers.com, Mizzou Cross Country Set for Gans Creek Classic
- On MUTigers.com, Mizzou Welcomes Tennessee for SEC Home Opener
- Congrats to Mizzou Women’s Golf, champions of the Johnie Imes Invitational for the seventh consecutive year. Read more here on MUTigers.com.
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