I'll give you one guess.
"He kicked the s*** out of me today," Scherer said. "Sorry, kicked the crap out of me." [...]
"He was everywhere," Gary Pinkel said. "That's just an experience level. That's Coach Stec coaching him and Barry Odom now coaching him. He's all over the place. Instinctively, he's like, he's just thinking at a different level now. He can see everything. And certainly, he's a really good athlete to react, and I think he has the potential to be really, really good."
Beware a lack of contain
Missouri's defensive line needs to get much better at contain. Kentrell Brothers said it after the game, that the cut-backs were killing Mizzou (relatively, of course). Against better teams, that's going to become more of an issue, and it's something the defense has to improve on quickly.
(Really nice job by Pete on this piece.)
Really nice story
Aaron is perfectly healthy. And, as Nicole says, "he’s a trip."
"That little joker is here," Nicole said. "He’s, honestly, the sweetest thing ever."
Ryan and Tara still face the challenges of any young parents, especially ones that had to uproot themselves and move their lives from Denton, Texas, to Memphis shortly after Aaron was born, then from Memphis to Columbia this spring. They still feel the pain left over from Audrey, but have renewed confidence in their faith and bond with each other.
If they can get through that, they can get through anything.
And another one
A pretty blah weekend on the pitch
Mizzou 0, Oregon State 0
MUtigers.com: MU soccer team can't convert chances, settles for tie with Beavers
Mizzou 0, Northwestern 0
MUtigers.com: Mizzou Soccer Plays to Scoreless Tie at Northwestern
Volleyball not totally dominant, but still undefeated
MUtigers.com: Cross Country Opens at Illinois
Yuuuuuuuuuck (sticking this in quietly at the end so I don't have to think about it)
The Trib: MU track athlete arrested on animal abuse charge