Mizzou Moves To The SEC
The SEC distributed $40.9 million per team in 2016-17
Here are today’s Mizzou Links.
Rivalry Check: Mizzou’s now 7-3 vs. Arkansas & Tennessee since joining the SEC
It’s sometimes fun to step back and take in the 20,000-foot view.
Mizzou nailed the “when”
Missouri chose a very good time to get its act together on the gridiron, surging just in time for an SEC inivtation in 2011.
Missouri’s SEC Network Takeover: July 29
Missouri’s SEC Network Takeover will take place on Saturday, July 29. You like watching happy Mizzou documentaries and wins, right?
Rock M Radio is back!
Bill, Josh, and Tramel talk about Mizzou’s five-year SEC anniversary and Tramel’s hot take on the Norm Stewart legacy.
Missouri’s top 10 SEC moments
Celebrating the best moments of Missouri’s first five years in the SEC.
Thank goodness we got out
The Big 12 has been talking about expansion for years, and higher-ups say now's the time to act. All it requires ... is an act of Texas benevolence. Yep. Thank goodness Missouri got out when it did.
Gary Pinkel imparts fatherly advice
Missouri’s players, for the most part, enjoy Pinkel’s non-football lessons, even if they think that he sometimes imparts them at odd moments. Two seasons ago, while preparing for the Tigers’ regula...Gary Pinkel and Missouri's quest...
Oliver Luck talks about Mizzou's role in WVU's conference fate
"The SEC was a little bit different. Missouri took a long time to decide what it wanted to do and I think they were on the fence for six, seven, maybe eight months. Some thought Missouri was waitin...Former WVU Oliver Luck talked ab...
SEC Rivalry Check: UGA No. 1?
Who do Missouri rate as the biggest rivals three year into the Tigers' SEC tenure?
SEC Rivalry Check, Year 3
How are Missouri's new conference rivalries coming along after three years in the SEC?
The SEC Network, the Longhorn Network, the Future
Thank you DeLoss Dodds. Thank you for your sad devotion to making the Longhorn Network a reality.
SEC teams receive ~$31 million each
ESPN's Brett McMurphy is reporting that the total SEC will be distributing $435 million in revenue to its schools. That breaks down to a little more than $31 million per school, an increase of a bit more than $10 million per school over last year.
Thanks for all the money Texas!
As if Mizzou fans need any more reason to laugh at their success since leaving the Big 12, we have Texas to thank for our new-found wealth
SEC Network Adds Another Piece to the Puzzle
Eight months before its launch, the SEC Network has added another important TV provider to the list. What does this mean and what can we expect?
Where's MU-KU on your priority list?
On a scale of 1 to 10, where does rekindling the Mizzou-Kansas rivalry rate for you?
The SEC Network has a trailer
That's pretty funny if you think about it. It's also pretty awesome.
The SEC Network begins in August 2014
1,000 live sporting events each year, with 450 on the network and the rest digital. 45 games a year, 3 SEC games a week.
SEC Network announcement coming Tuesday
SportsBusiness Daily is reporting that we won't have to wait too much longer to find out details about the always-inevitable SEC Network.
Someone's a little bitter...
When you see it, you'll know why.
Vols football sporadically great since Neyland
A brief (for Bill C.) look at Tennessee's storied and sporadic football program.
Mizzou Moves To The SEC: Just How Good Is Good Ol' Rocky Top?
Rock M Nation concludes its look at all their new conference-mates by taking a look at the Olympic sports of the Tennessee Volunteers.
Mizzou Moves To The SEC: The Closers Talk Kentucky
As has been the case throughout SEC Week(s), The Closers talked to two people about this week's team, Kentucky.
Rock M Roundtable!
Less than five years ago, Kentucky was ranked in the Top 10. To you, which meme does this support: "The SEC is scary-deep," or "The SEC is incredibly top-heavy, and any second-tier program can win quite a few games"?
Mizzou Moves To The SEC: Our New Kentucky Friends
Mizzou Moves to the SEC and moves on to the Kentucky Wildcats to see how they stack up from an All-Sports perspective.
Kentucky football: The Bear & strange consistency
Actually, if Kentucky is notable for something, it's not Bryant and Mumme: it's the fact that, in the last 96 seasons, they've won either four, five or six games FIFTY TIMES. They've been rarely great and, really, rarely terrible.