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Mizzou Links: Future rookies (Shane Ray), past rookies (Jordan Clarkson), and pet topics

Mizzou Baseball drops its fifth game in a row (all to ranked teams), Shane Ray's draft stock is a complete mystery, and Jordan Clarkson is a Rookie of the Year candidate.

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Mizzou Tigers pennant What's On

One more Alden tribute.

KC Star: A sport-by-sport look at Mizzou athletics under Mike Alden

Mizzou Tigers pennant Lots of the "PLUMMETING!" talk is pure bluster...

...but man oh man, is it a mystery where Shane Ray might go at this point...

The Trib (Behind the Stripes): NFL Draft Stock Update: Ray plummets amid foot, pot concerns
The Missourian: Shane Ray's NFL draft stock tumbling after marijuana arrest
Fox Sports MW: Jameis Winston likely No. 1 while Shane Ray's stock dives -- it's all about risk vs. alternatives Shane Ray in Phase 1 of NFL substance abuse program

And as far as others go...
PowerMizzou: Morse brings momentum to the draft
KC Star: The Star’s NFL Draft projections for former Mizzou players

This (and every) year's pet Draft topic: system quarterbacks
Grantland: Spread Dread: Marcus Mariota and the Scourge of the ‘System Quarterback’

Mizzou Tigers pennant Actually, while we're on pet topics...

Graduate transfers!
Senator Blutarsky: How do you know when the NCAA is serious about academics?

Satellite camps!
SB Nation: James Franklin on satellite camps: 'When we did it, it made national headlines'

Shot clocks! Men's college basketball headed for 30-second shot clock, according to NCAA rules committee chairman

(Re: that last one ... hooray!)

Mizzou Tigers pennant Oy ... five in a row...

MUTIGERS.COM: No. 21 Mizzou Falls at In-State Rival Missouri State
The Missourian: Missouri baseball drops fifth straight, loses to No. 20 Missouri State

Mizzou Tigers pennant Rookie of the year

KDramaStars: ‘The Sky Is The Limit’ For Rookie Jordan Clarkson, Says 2-Time MVP Steve Nash

Next year's rookies:
The Trib (Courtside View): SEC hit hardest by NBA draft early entrants