1. Rally for Rhyan
Fans will be offered free general admission to the Mizzou-Tennessee game with a cash donation of any amount at the door, with all proceeds donated towards pediatric cancer research.
"It’s been hard. It’s kind of changed he and Jen’s life dramatically. They’ve been very strong. Probably sometimes stronger than me," Missouri head coach Kim Anderson said. "Hopefully everything will go well."
The longterm prognosis is unknown because, Loos says, so much about the disease is still unknown. There are debates about how to proceed with treatment following the surgery. Rhyan is older than most neuroblastoma patients. The five-year survival rate for children between five and nine has doubled in the last four decades. In 1975, it was 34%. In 2010, it was 68%. Sixty-eight percent seems like a pretty good number. Until you’re talking about a little girl’s life.
Jordan Clarkson went off last night
Jordan Clarkson was on fire early, draining four threes in the first six minutes of the game. He also helped open up the can of highlight reel dunks with a long touchdown pass to LaVine that ended with a nice smash. It was clear from the opening stretch the youngsters just wanted to get out and stretch their legs a bit, with each team exchanging dunk after dunk. The rookies and sophomores were all smiles as they launched All-Star weekend with a high-scoring game. [...]
There may have been more attempted lob passes from Clarkson in this one game than we've seen all season from him with the Lakers.
Missouri is better than Appalachian State at wrestling
To put it lightly.
Today's Mizzou docket:
- 2:00 pm: Basketball | Tennessee at Missouri (SEC Network)
- 3:00 pm: Softball | Mizzou Black & Gold Game
- All Day: Track & Field | Tyson Invitational (Fayetteville)
- All Day: Women's Golf | Seminole Match Up (Tallahassee)