Denver Broncos “Lock” up their quarterback of the future – Predominantly Orange

Denver Broncos “Lock” up their quarterback of the future  Predominantly Orange

Drew Lock is locked up signing his contract with the Denver Broncos hopefully making it the first of many in the future.


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Teams to Bet On Before the College Football Season Starts – Stadium

Teams to Bet On Before the College Football Season Starts  Stadium

The Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas posted college football win totals, conference futures, Games of the Year and College Football Playoff props on Sunday, ...


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Sign up for Rock M Nations new FanPulse Top 25 here! – Rock M Nation

Sign up for Rock M Nations new FanPulse Top 25 here!  Rock M Nation

You, yes YOU, can join in the fun of ranking top 25's and stuffing the ballot box for Missouri.


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Sign up for the new SB Nation FanPulse Top 25 here!

NCAA Football: Missouri at Tennessee Randy Sartin-USA TODAY Sports

You, yes YOU, can join in the fun of ranking top 25’s and stuffing the ballot box for Missouri.

Hey guys, SB Nation has a cool new project lined up and we here at Rock M Nation are excited to jump in and be a part of it.

RMN is considered the voice of the Missouri Tigers community and a large part of that is our loyal readers and regular mastheaders alike. We work together and talk every day about the Tigers and how they are doing — among other more food related topics — and that engagement is what makes us who we are.

Now, SB Nation and Rock M Nation are starting a new polling project — including a brand new SB Nation NCAA Football Top 25 — that will pull together the insights of the most plugged-in fans, and we’re looking for fan sign ups for the Missouri Tigers.

If that describes you, then SIGN UP HERE to join us on SB Nation FanPulse.

If you sign up, you will be among a vetted group from Rock M Nation who answers weekly survey of Tiger fans developed by SB Nation. The survey will start going out regularly once the season begins, and will be highlighted by a weekly Top 25 ranking by us fans. This is something that should take at most a few minutes a week to participate in.

SB Nation is wanting to build the definitive Top 25 of informed college football fans, and that includes you, dear reader! Votes are anonymous — though if you join, you are welcome (and encouraged!) to tell anyone you like. You’ll get to have your voice heard about Bama being overrated or Mizzou getting totally disrespected in the AP Poll week to week.

The results of each poll will be published here and may end up on SBNation.com also, along with the results from other team sites.

This project was started on SB Nation’s NFL sites last season. Here’s an example of some of the results based on the confidence questions (which you’ll also get to answer!):

So in my extreme Jeb Bush voice.... please sign up.

SIGN UP HERE


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Top 5 SEC QBs Heading Into 2019 College Football Season – The Duel

Top 5 SEC QBs Heading Into 2019 College Football Season  The Duel

Tua Tagovailoa of the Alabama Crimson Tide and Jake Fromm of the Georgia Bulldogs top the list of the five best quarterbacks in the SEC.


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Missouri DE Williams pleads to misdemeanor, put on probation – FOXSports.com

Missouri DE Williams pleads to misdemeanor, put on probation  FOXSports.com

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Missouri defensive end Tre Williams pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor and was sentenced to two years of unsupervised probation after ...


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Chad Morris weighs in on moving Mizzou rivalry game to Little Rock – Saturday Down South

Chad Morris weighs in on moving Mizzou rivalry game to Little Rock  Saturday Down South

The Arkansas Razorbacks and Missouri Tigers meet at the end of every regular season in a game that has come to be known as the Battle Line Rivalry.


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Mizzou Football: 2019 season could be really special for Tigers – KC Kingdom

Mizzou Football: 2019 season could be really special for Tigers  KC Kingdom

While Mizzou football is heading into a new era with a new quarterback, the 2019 season should be a good one for the Tigers. Their schedule sets up nicely.


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Mizzou makes the top 5 for Cam’Ron Fletcher

Jon Lopez / Jon Lopez Creative

Now that the Tigers have survived the Vashon wing’s cutdown, we quickly handicap where the pursuit goes from here.

It’s the time of year that tests nerves: cutdown season.

Each summer, the nation’s top prospects begin trimming their list of suitors once Peach Jam wraps ups. On Tuesday night, arguably the top prospect on Missouri’s board cut his. Cam’Ron Fletcher, a Vashon wing and the No. 37 recruit, has been a prime target for Mizzou head coach Cuonzo Martin since he took over the job in April 2017.

Pretty quickly, Martin singled out the top prospects in St. Louis for the 2020 class: Fletcher and CBC guard Caleb Love. Both players were among the first to pick up offers last April, behind only five-star wing Josh Christopher and four-star big man Xavier Foster. Since then, the Tigers’ full-court press on Fletcher hasn’t eased up.

The first leg of the race has passed as Fletcher announced a final five, with Missouri squarely in the middle — literally.

So it makes sense to reset and look at the contenders still in the running. Keep in mind that none of these programs are starting from scratch, and in a long race, MU’s early toehold does matter.

Alabama

Coach Nate Oats hasn’t been on the job long in Tuscaloosa, but his early returns have been positive. After arriving from Buffalo, he persuaded Kira Lewis Jr. and John Petty to pull their names out of the transfer portal. He imported a veteran shooter and ball-handler in James Bolden. Finally, Oats landed Lewis’ heir apparent when Jahvon Quinerly, a former top-50 recruit, left Villanova. So while it is surprising to see the Tide here, it’s also understandable given Oats charisma and assertiveness.

With that said, I’m not sure how deep of relationship has formed between Cam and Alabama. Oats only took over this spring, and Bama’s profile is similar to Mizzou’s. I was a little surprised to see them on the final list and not surprised to see the other four. So take that as you will.

My estimation: 7% chance

North Carolina

Ah, the perks of being a blue blood.

UNC didn’t enter the mix until relatively recently, but the Tar Heels’ interest shows the ever-present risk when you’re recruiting top-50 players. Schools like UNC and Duke and Kansas can bide their time, lurk on the edges, hop in late and snag a recruit.

Fletcher’s mother noted there’d been little indication the Tar Heels were interested. They’d barely heard from coach Roy Williams and his staff before they extended an offer on June 17. (It came shortly after Fletcher took part in the NBPA Top 100 camp.) However, getting an offer from North Carolina makes you take notice.

Anytime North Carolina gets involved, you should be worried about them. The environment at Chapel Hill is hard to match. If there’s a reason for Mizzou fans to take heart, it’s where Fletcher potentially sits on the Heels’ recruiting board, and that’s behind a couple of other targets like Zaire Williams. Ultimately, I’d be surprised if Fletcher landed in Chapel Hill.

My estimation: 13% chance

Kentucky

We’ve reached the portion of the piece where you can start to feel worried. UNC has the same amount of prestige, but Kentucky has been in the mix longer. They’re also more involved.

While Fletcher sits just outside the Wildcats’ normal recruiting range, an unusual twist explains their interest. Typically, coach John Calipari is a bonafide closer, but this cycle has come with a bit of turbulence. UK doesn’t toss out scores of offers, evidenced by the three they extended to wings in the Class of 2020. One of those prospects, Jalen Johnson, already pledged to Duke. The other is Scottie Barnes, who has crystal ball picks for Syracuse and Oregon.

If Barnes’ recruitment doesn’t break Kentucky’s way, there’s a spot in need of filling in Lexington. It’s a lot harder to say no to Kentucky than you think.

My estimation: 27% chance

Michigan State

For the longest time, the pursuit of Fletcher looked like a two-team race between Missouri and Michigan State. Kentucky entering the picture made it more complicated, but the Spartans and Tom Izzo have focused on Fletcher since last fall.

In March, Cam visited East Lansing, watching up close as the Spartans toppled Michigan for a Big Ten title — a win that also came on Senior Day. A couple of months later, he gushed to Rock M Nation about the familial culture and brotherhood among players who have suited up for Izzo. He also mentioned his desire to get back for another look. Now the question is whether time and the Wildcats’ interest have caused those feelings to fade.

Still, I’m not sure you can count out Izzo and the Spartans, because they’ve built the kind of program culture a player like Fletcher can really fit into.

My estimation: 26% chance

Missouri

The home school, the one that’s been there from the beginning. Still, most national analysts consider Missouri an outsider in the race because they don’t have the same cache and reputation as North Carolina, Kentucky or Michigan State. No doubt, Martin and his staff have their work cut out, but they’ve also been diligent.

Missouri is deep in the mix here. They’ve got the longevity, and they’ve got the hometown touch. Five members of the current roster hail from the St. Louis area, including freshman Mario McKinney Jr., who is Fletcher’s former teammate at Vashon and a close friend. (Not to mention, but football’s recent recruiting run could help, since most basketball players know the prospects that coach Barry Odom’s reeled in.) Longevity and regional momentum might be enough for the Tigers to overcome the sport’s upper crust.

My estimation: 27% chance

Remember: Don’t Freak Out

I don’t know where Cam’Ron Fletcher is going to end up. I also realize Mizzou, Kentucky, and Michigan State stand on equal ground. I’m not confident in saying this, but if I had to pick right now, I think Missouri lands their guy.

It’s a daunting task when you recruit a guy for more than two years and having to fend off the schools Mizzou faces moving forward. The lure of Lexington, Chapel Hill, and East Lansing is real, as are the track records of coaches like Calipari, Williams and Izzo. There’s a reason why they win recruiting battles.

This is why you hired Cuonzo Martin. Missouri wanted a guy who could win those battles, and this is the first time Martin is genuinely being challenged. Fletcher is the more of telltale sign than Caleb Love, because the connections with Fletcher are obvious.

But it’s a lot to overcome.


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Media Day Fallout: Here come the Kelly Bryant features – Rock M Nation

Media Day Fallout: Here come the Kelly Bryant features  Rock M Nation

Clemson-turned-Missouri QB Kelly Bryant answered any and all questions about his offseason transfer and the decision he made to redshirt after four games in ...


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Media Day Fallout: Here come the Kelly Bryant features

Here are today’s Mizzou Links.

Kelly Bryant hasn’t won a game for Mizzou yet — but he won media day

Clemson-turned-Missouri QB Kelly Bryant answered any and all questions about his offseason transfer and the decision he made to redshirt after four games in 2018. He didn’t shy away from any of the spotlight, and Dave Matter of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch tagged along with him for the entire four-hour romp through media day.

There’s not a ton “new” in the article from what made its way into other reports and onto Twitter on Monday, but it paints a fuller portrait of the type of person Bryant is.

Especially this part, when he’s talking about being called a “quitter.”

“I’ve pretty much been called every name in the book at the quarterback position,” Bryant said. “I knew what was going to come with making this decision. I knew I’d have to live with it. Today, I feel like I’m in a great spot mentally, physically and spiritually.

“I’m looking forward to what lies ahead.”

We are, too, Kelly! Bryant is continuing Missouri’s run of easy-to-root for quarterbacks. Can’t wait to see what this season has in store for him.

Also, on a quick tangent, it’s remarkable that two seasons ago, Missouri had an offensive coordinator that wouldn’t let his quarterback attend the prestigious Manning Passing Academy — and now we have this:

Remember when Tennessee tried to raid Missouri’s roster?

The Athletic sure does! This is a joint piece by David Ubben and Peter Baugh of the Athletic, taking a look at Tennessee trying — and failing — to raid Missouri’s roster this offseason. Of note in the article (which is premium, naturally) is the fact that Tennessee reached out to inquire about DeMarkus Acy, although not to the player directly.

Coming off of back-to-back 50-17 losses to the Tigers, it makes the Volunteers’ continued, abject failure even more wonderful.

Somewhat bizarrely, the Athletic published this article without any comments from Tennessee — the Volunteers went on Tuesday — so I’m not sure why they would rush to publish this without getting both sides of the story.

But, here’s what appears to be the lone comment from Jeremy Pruitt on the matter:

I think we can all “move on” when Missouri hands Tennessee another 50-17 L this fall.


More Links:

  • ICYMY: Cam’Ron Fletcher announced his top five on Tuesday night — and GUESS WHAT GUYS!:

And another visit is possible!


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Media Day Fallout: Here come the Kelly Bryant features

Here are today’s Mizzou Links.

Kelly Bryant hasn’t won a game for Mizzou yet — but he won media day

Clemson-turned-Missouri QB Kelly Bryant answered any and all questions about his offseason transfer and the decision he made to redshirt after four games in 2018. He didn’t shy away from any of the spotlight, and Dave Matter of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch tagged along with him for the entire four-hour romp through media day.

There’s not a ton “new” in the article from what made its way into other reports and onto Twitter on Monday, but it paints a fuller portrait of the type of person Bryant is.

Especially this part, when he’s talking about being called a “quitter.”

“I’ve pretty much been called every name in the book at the quarterback position,” Bryant said. “I knew what was going to come with making this decision. I knew I’d have to live with it. Today, I feel like I’m in a great spot mentally, physically and spiritually.

“I’m looking forward to what lies ahead.”

We are, too, Kelly! Bryant is continuing Missouri’s run of easy-to-root for quarterbacks. Can’t wait to see what this season has in store for him.

Also, on a quick tangent, it’s remarkable that two seasons ago, Missouri had an offensive coordinator that wouldn’t let his quarterback attend the prestigious Manning Passing Academy — and now we have this:

Remember when Tennessee tried to raid Missouri’s roster?

The Athletic sure does! This is a joint piece by David Ubben and Peter Baugh of the Athletic, taking a look at Tennessee trying — and failing — to raid Missouri’s roster this offseason. Of note in the article (which is premium, naturally) is the fact that Tennessee reached out to inquire about DeMarkus Acy, although not to the player directly.

Coming off of back-to-back 50-17 losses to the Tigers, it makes the Volunteers’ continued, abject failure even more wonderful.

Somewhat bizarrely, the Athletic published this article without any comments from Tennessee — the Volunteers went on Tuesday — so I’m not sure why they would rush to publish this without getting both sides of the story.

But, here’s what appears to be the lone comment from Jeremy Pruitt on the matter:

I think we can all “move on” when Missouri hands Tennessee another 50-17 L this fall.


More Links:

  • ICYMY: Cam’Ron Fletcher announced his top five on Tuesday night — and GUESS WHAT GUYS!:

And another visit is possible!


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Mizzou’s Tre Williams pleads guilty to reduced charge – STLtoday.com

Mizzou's Tre Williams pleads guilty to reduced charge  STLtoday.com

Missouri defensive end Tre Williams pleaded guilty to a reduced misdemeanor charge of first-offense peace disturbance after initially facing a felony charge of ...


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Mizzou’s Tre Williams pleads guilty to reduced charge – STLtoday.com

Mizzou's Tre Williams pleads guilty to reduced charge  STLtoday.com

Missouri defensive end Tre Williams pleaded guilty to a reduced misdemeanor charge of first-offense peace disturbance after initially facing a felony charge of ...


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Florida’s Mullen hoping for sizable leap in 2nd season – Sumter Item

Florida's Mullen hoping for sizable leap in 2nd season  Sumter Item

HOOVER, Ala. - Dan Mullen made a big leap in his second season at Mississippi State, but his Florida team doesn't have quite so much room to grow. Unless, of ...


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Kelly Bryant: Gone from Clemson, in limbo at Mizzou – The Albany Herald

Kelly Bryant: Gone from Clemson, in limbo at Mizzou  The Albany Herald

HOOVER, Ala. -- When Kelly Bryant was shunted to second-string at Clemson, he became a galloping ghost. He didn't grace another practice. He announced ...


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Jeremy Pruitt discusses Tennessee’s ‘miscommunication’ with Missouri and coach Barry Odom this offseason – Saturday Down South

Jeremy Pruitt discusses Tennessee’s ‘miscommunication’ with Missouri and coach Barry Odom this offseason  Saturday Down South

It seems the air has been cleared between the Vols and Tigers.


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Texas Football: 3 overarching Big 12 Media Days storylines – Hook ‘Em Headlines

Texas Football: 3 overarching Big 12 Media Days storylines  Hook 'Em Headlines

Big 12 Media Days is officially here and Texas football fans can know that the coming regular season is just around the corner.


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2019 SEC East Football Season Preview and Predictions – WagerTalk Sports News

2019 SEC East Football Season Preview and Predictions  WagerTalk Sports News

Direct from Las Vegas, Kelly Stewart and SEC football expert and Senior reporter for Touchdown Alabama Magazine Stephen M. Smith preview the upcoming ...


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Predicting SEC champion, division winners: How we voted at SEC Media Days – Saturday Down South

Predicting SEC champion, division winners: How we voted at SEC Media Days  Saturday Down South

We didn't pick the same order and not everybody agreed on the SEC champion, but the division winners have a very familiar ring.


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SEC Media Days: Best of Monday – WKRG News 5

SEC Media Days: Best of Monday  WKRG News 5

HOOVER, Ala. (WIAT) — The unofficial start of college football season kicks off Monday with SEC Media Days. Coaches and players from all 14 teams will ...


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Tennessee Vols morning report: UT to take SEC Media Days stage – All for Tennessee

Tennessee Vols morning report: UT to take SEC Media Days stage  All for Tennessee

The Tennessee Vols taking the stage at SEC Media Days and other updates surrounding the event lead our Volunteers news for Tuesday, July 16, 2019.


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Notebook: Mizzou to meet with NCAA appeals committee this week – Rivals.com

Notebook: Mizzou to meet with NCAA appeals committee this week  Rivals.com

GET THE INSIDE SCOOP EVERY DAY WITH YOUR PREMIUM SUBSCRIPTION! HOOVER, Ala. — Missouri's contingent was the first to face the media on the ...


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Notebook: Mizzou to meet with NCAA appeals committee this week – Rivals.com

Notebook: Mizzou to meet with NCAA appeals committee this week  Rivals.com

GET THE INSIDE SCOOP EVERY DAY WITH YOUR PREMIUM SUBSCRIPTION! HOOVER, Ala. — Missouri's contingent was the first to face the media on the ...


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Highlighting the biggest takeaways from Missouri’s SEC Media Day – Rock M Nation

Highlighting the biggest takeaways from Missouri’s SEC Media Day  Rock M Nation

As is usual around this time of the summer (and coinciding with Missouri's SEC Media Day appearance), the program unveiled its first official depth chart on the ...


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College Football 2019 Preseason All-American Teams – The Game Haus

College Football 2019 Preseason All-American Teams  The Game Haus

The college football season is under two months away and fans can now look forward to players who will make major impacts for their teams. If they play well ...


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Highlighting the biggest takeaways from Missouri’s SEC Media Day

Here are today’s Mizzou Links.

Depth chart, NCAA appeal and Kelly Bryant highlight SECMD

The first depth chart revealed

As is usual around this time of the summer (and coinciding with Missouri’s SEC Media Day appearance), the program unveiled its first official depth chart on the year.

There weren’t many personnel changes from the spring, though Dave Matter at the St. Louis Post Dispatch did note some positional restructuring.

Mizzou has tweaked the way it’s presenting its defense. In the spring, Odom listed 12 positions, including a third linebacker and three safety positions. Now the Tigers are down to two linebackers but still three safeties. The base defense essentially remains a 4-2-5 system.

It’s also worth noting, given our post on the roster last week, that Taylor Powell is still listed as the backup QB. There’s plenty of time for something cough Shawn Robinson’s transfer waiver cough to change, but it won’t matter if Kelly Bryant can stay healthy.

NCAA appeal to be presented this week

The big news of the day, more on the outskirts of SEC Media Day, was this report from Dennis Dodd, which states that Missouri is scheduled to go before the NCAA Appeals Committee this week.

We’ve heard a lot from Jim Sterk — and even a little from Greg Sankey — about the Tigers’ appeal. And while this report doesn’t give any clues on how the Appeals Committee might be leaning, it does shed some more light on what Missouri will be highlighting in the appeal itself.

As part of its appeal, Mizzou is questioning the participation in the process by infractions panel member Carol Cartwright, a member of the reform-minded Knight Commission as well as a member of an NCAA working group seeking a clearer definition of academic fraud.

Some cursory research on Cartwright doesn’t reveal much in the way of anti-Mizzou bias (which makes sense), though her inclusion on this sort of decision making does seem odd given her career focus on learning strategies and educational infrastructure. I’m not privy to all her experience or lack thereof, but given her inclusion in this report, it would seem as though she may have played a major role in the severity of the sanctions levied against Mizzou.

As we’ve stated since the beginning, it would (seemingly) behoove the NCAA to reward schools like Mizzou who actively seek out reform and correction. In the end, though, all that can be definitely stated is how screwed up everything seems to be in the offices of college sports’ governing body.

Kelly Bryant in the spotlight

There’s plenty to be excited about this year’s team, but there was one obvious narrative that everyone jumped all over: the SEC “debut” of Kelly Bryant.

Bryant’s following noticeably outgrew any athlete or coach that spoke Monday, including LSU’s Grant Delpit, who is widely considered to be a first-round 2020 NFL Draft selection, and Florida starting quarterback Feleipe Franks.

Bryant’s transfer to Missouri automatically made him one of the faces of the team and he’s aware of the standard he can set.

Bryant was by far the biggest draw of the week’s day one proceedings as he told the same stories he’s been telling local media for months: how Derek Dooley and Barry Odom impressed him in the recruiting process; how Missouri wasn’t his first choice, but surprised him along the way; how the bowl ban only strengthened his resolve to have a memorable final season.

He also told a lesser known story about a chance meeting with his Tiger predecessor.

A few days before he officially became the face of the Mizzou football program, Kelly Bryant walked to the practice fields behind Missouri’s Athletic Training Center and found his predecessor, Drew Lock, throwing on the backfields for one of the final times at MU before starting his rookie season with the Denver Broncos.

The two make for a fascinating combo: one entrenched as a four-year legend, the other on track to have just as memorable a career, even though he hasn’t yet played one down at Faurot Field. But that’s the potential of a QB with College Football Playoff experience, one who has shared orbits with DeShaun Watson and Trevor Lawrence.

Bryant was so popular, even his mom couldn’t stay out of the spotlight (credit: Mitchell Forde of PowerMizzou.)

The SEC Network also got in on the action, producing a small doc to coincide with Missouri’s media schedule.

There was so much Kelly, you’d almost have forgotten that two of Missouri’s longest tenured, most talented players were also there representing.


Yesterday at Rock M


More Links:

  • Ben Frederickson went through Missouri’s schedule with a Kelly Bryant comb, examining where the Tigers might have a quarterback advantage.
  • Elite 2020 shooting guard Adam Miller announced his Top 10 schools yesterday and, surprise surprise, Mizzou made the cut.

Our very own Sam Snelling was quick to throw a bucket of ice water on the whole situation.

  • In non-revenue sports, a fight is brewing over the firing of former Swim & Dive coach Greg Rhodenbaugh.

The university responded with its own press release later in the day.

  • The GOAT out here having fun with friends while collecting NFL paychecks. In case you hadn’t heard: backup QB is the best job in the world.
  • To bring this thing full circle, the SEC launched a new Twitter account yesterday that will almost certainly not end in hundreds of people getting blocked.

“Go easy on us!”

Incredible.


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SEC Football Media Days 2019 coaches notebook Day 1 – Alabama NewsCenter

SEC Football Media Days 2019 coaches notebook Day 1  Alabama NewsCenter

Missouri Tigers look to use quarterback Bryant's full skillset. Missouri coach Barry Odom heads into the 2019 season with a new offensive weapon for the Tigers.


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SEC Media Days: Mizzou Tigers football – KQ2.com

  1. SEC Media Days: Mizzou Tigers football  KQ2.com
  2. Highlighting the biggest takeaways from Missouri's SEC Media Day  Rock M Nation
  3. NCAA to hear Mizzou appeal this week  KOMU 8
  4. Journalists Welcome Kelly Bryant To His First SEC Media Day  WLTX.com
  5. View full coverage on Google News

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SEC Media Days: Mizzou Tigers football – KQ2.com

  1. SEC Media Days: Mizzou Tigers football  KQ2.com
  2. Highlighting the biggest takeaways from Missouri's SEC Media Day  Rock M Nation
  3. NCAA to hear Mizzou appeal this week  KOMU 8
  4. Journalists Welcome Kelly Bryant To His First SEC Media Day  WLTX.com
  5. View full coverage on Google News

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SEC Media Days: Mizzou Tigers football – KQ2.com

SEC Media Days: Mizzou Tigers football  KQ2.com

MU Tigers football has new face of program with quarterback Kelly Bryant.


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Missouri has high expectations this football season – Jefferson City News Tribune

Missouri has high expectations this football season  Jefferson City News Tribune

HOOVER, Ala. — The Missouri Tigers aren't looking for excuses, including a one-year bowl ban and the departure of four-year starting quarterback Drew Lock.


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Missouri has high expectations this football season – Jefferson City News Tribune

Missouri has high expectations this football season  Jefferson City News Tribune

HOOVER, Ala. — The Missouri Tigers aren't looking for excuses, including a one-year bowl ban and the departure of four-year starting quarterback Drew Lock.


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SEC Media Days: What Kelly Bryant can do at Missouri Next Season – CBS sports.com

SEC Media Days: What Kelly Bryant can do at Missouri Next Season  CBS sports.com

Barrett Sallee and Doug Bell share what Kelly Bryant will do with the Missouri Tigers this season. Watch your Team Videos ▽. Please log in or register to view ...


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Florida’s Mullen hoping for sizable leap in 2nd season – WTOP

Florida’s Mullen hoping for sizable leap in 2nd season  WTOP

HOOVER, Ala. (AP) — Dan Mullen made a big leap in his second season at Mississippi State, but his Florida team doesn't have quite so much room to grow.


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Florida’s Mullen hoping for sizable leap in 2nd season – Washington Post

Florida’s Mullen hoping for sizable leap in 2nd season  Washington Post

Dan Mullen made a big leap in his second season at Mississippi State, but his Florida team doesn't have quite so much room to grow.


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Florida’s Mullen hoping for sizable leap in 2nd season – The State

Florida’s Mullen hoping for sizable leap in 2nd season  The State

Dan Mullen made a big leap in his second season at Mississippi State, but his Florida team doesn't have quite so much room to grow.


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In final season, Garrett looks to lead Missouri to mountaintop – Rivals.com

In final season, Garrett looks to lead Missouri to mountaintop  Rivals.com

GET THE INSIDE SCOOP EVERY DAY WITH YOUR PREMIUM SUBSCRIPTION! HOOVER, AL — On the morning of July 6, Cale Garrett's alarm sounded at ...


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Journalists Welcome Kelly Bryant To His First SEC Media Day – WLTX.com

Journalists Welcome Kelly Bryant To His First SEC Media Day  WLTX.com

HOOVER, Ala. — Kelly Bryant smiled a lot during his very first SEC Media Day experience. But it wasn't that long ago where he was trying to decide where he ...


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NCAA to hear Mizzou appeal this week – KOMU 8

NCAA to hear Mizzou appeal this week  KOMU 8

The NCAA is set to hear Mizzou's appeal this week for sanctions due to academic fraud.


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Mizzou talks Bryant, bowl ban at SEC Media Days – KSHB

Mizzou talks Bryant, bowl ban at SEC Media Days  KSHB

Missouri coaches and players feel good about the Tigers' football team, especially after adding former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant to a veteran offense ...


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Mizzou talks Bryant, bowl ban at SEC Media Days – KSHB

Mizzou talks Bryant, bowl ban at SEC Media Days  KSHB

Missouri coaches and players feel good about the Tigers' football team, especially after adding former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant to a veteran offense ...


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SEC Media Days: Clemson to Columbia, Mizzou QB Kelly Bryant has ‘1 year to get it right’ – Saturday Down South

SEC Media Days: Clemson to Columbia, Mizzou QB Kelly Bryant has ‘1 year to get it right’  Saturday Down South

Kelly Bryant didn't receive a national championship ring from Clemson. He didn't seem to mind as he attended SEC Media Days on Monday as Missouri's ...


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SEC Media Days: Clemson to Columbia, Mizzou QB Kelly Bryant has ‘1 year to get it right’ – Saturday Down South

SEC Media Days: Clemson to Columbia, Mizzou QB Kelly Bryant has ‘1 year to get it right’  Saturday Down South

Kelly Bryant didn't receive a national championship ring from Clemson. He didn't seem to mind as he attended SEC Media Days on Monday as Missouri's ...


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Kelly Bryant is trying to be himself at Mizzou while also using Drew Lock’s advice – Kansas City Star

Kelly Bryant is trying to be himself at Mizzou while also using Drew Lock’s advice  Kansas City Star

A few days before he officially became the face of the Mizzou football program, Kelly Bryant walked to the practice fields behind Missouri's Athletic Training ...


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Kelly Bryant is trying to be himself at Mizzou while also using Drew Lock’s advice – Kansas City Star

Kelly Bryant is trying to be himself at Mizzou while also using Drew Lock’s advice  Kansas City Star

A few days before he officially became the face of the Mizzou football program, Kelly Bryant walked to the practice fields behind Missouri's Athletic Training ...


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10 breakout CFB programs for 2019 season – Sportsnaut

10 breakout CFB programs for 2019 season  Sportsnaut

One of the delights of every college football season is when a few teams across the country break on to the scene and surpass expectations. Now as the 2019 ...


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Missouri QB Kelly Bryant excited to play Georgia in Sanford Stadium – UGA Wire

Missouri QB Kelly Bryant excited to play Georgia in Sanford Stadium  UGA Wire

Missouri Tigers quarterback Kelly Bryant talks Georgia, Sanford Stadium.


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Missouri QB Kelly Bryant excited to play Georgia in Sanford Stadium – UGA Wire

Missouri QB Kelly Bryant excited to play Georgia in Sanford Stadium  UGA Wire

Missouri Tigers quarterback Kelly Bryant talks Georgia, Sanford Stadium.


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What he said: Missouri head coach Barry Odom – 247Sports

What he said: Missouri head coach Barry Odom  247Sports

Missouri's Barry Odom guided the Tigers to an 8-5 finish in 2018. The headman spoke to the media on Monday at SEC Media Days and below is a look at many ...


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What he said: Missouri head coach Barry Odom – 247Sports

What he said: Missouri head coach Barry Odom  247Sports

Missouri's Barry Odom guided the Tigers to an 8-5 finish in 2018. The headman spoke to the media on Monday at SEC Media Days and below is a look at many ...


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Tennessee football: Offseason trash talk makes Missouri Tigers Vols current barometer – All for Tennessee

Tennessee football: Offseason trash talk makes Missouri Tigers Vols current barometer  All for Tennessee

Missouri Tigers head coach Barry Odom and players fueled more tension with Tennessee football at SEC Media Days. Their program is the Volunteers' ...


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Tennessee football: Offseason trash talk makes Missouri Tigers Vols current barometer – All for Tennessee

Tennessee football: Offseason trash talk makes Missouri Tigers Vols current barometer  All for Tennessee

Missouri Tigers head coach Barry Odom and players fueled more tension with Tennessee football at SEC Media Days. Their program is the Volunteers' ...


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What Barry Odom said at SEC Media Days 2019 – Saturday Down South

What Barry Odom said at SEC Media Days 2019  Saturday Down South

There's a lot of buzz surrounding the Missouri program entering the 2019 season, from Clemson QB Kelly Bryant joining the squad to a postseason ban looming ...


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Report: Updated timeline revealed for Mizzou’s NCAA bowl ban appeals process – Saturday Down South

Report: Updated timeline revealed for Mizzou’s NCAA bowl ban appeals process  Saturday Down South

The Missouri Tigers were hit with a one-year bowl ban by the NCAA this offseason, and now the school is vigorously appealing that decision. As the appeal ...


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SEC Media Days: Leave Mizzou after bowl ban? Culture is so strong, Tigers never considered it – Saturday Down South

SEC Media Days: Leave Mizzou after bowl ban? Culture is so strong, Tigers never considered it  Saturday Down South

HOOVER, Ala. — The NCAA's decision this offseason to levy a 1-year postseason ban on Missouri, in addition to recruiting restrictions, was a huge shock in ...


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SEC Media Days: Leave Mizzou after bowl ban? Culture is so strong, Tigers never considered it – Saturday Down South

SEC Media Days: Leave Mizzou after bowl ban? Culture is so strong, Tigers never considered it  Saturday Down South

HOOVER, Ala. — The NCAA's decision this offseason to levy a 1-year postseason ban on Missouri, in addition to recruiting restrictions, was a huge shock in ...


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Kelly Bryant happy at Missouri despite NCAA sanctions – Maryville Daily Times

Kelly Bryant happy at Missouri despite NCAA sanctions  Maryville Daily Times

HOOVER, Ala. — New Missouri quarterback Kelly Bryant was sitting in the team's locker room in late January when his teammates started to receive text ...


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Barry Odom kept Missouri players from leaving for Tennessee, anywhere else – Knoxville News Sentinel

Barry Odom kept Missouri players from leaving for Tennessee, anywhere else  Knoxville News Sentinel

Missouri players decided grass wasn't greener anywhere else, including Tennessee.


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2019 Maxwell Award watch list: Tua Tagovailoa among 16 SEC players featured – Team Speed Kills

2019 Maxwell Award watch list: Tua Tagovailoa among 16 SEC players featured  Team Speed Kills

2018 Heisman Trophy runner-up Tua Tagovailoa headlines a group of 16 players named to the 2019 Maxwell Award Watch List. The award given to the Best ...


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Everything Missouri coach Barry Odom said at SEC Media Days – The Tennessean

Everything Missouri coach Barry Odom said at SEC Media Days  The Tennessean

Missouri coach Barry Odom was the first coach to speak at SEC Media Days Monday. Odom answered questions about the NCAA appeal and the impending ...


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Everything Missouri coach Barry Odom said at SEC Media Days – The Tennessean

Everything Missouri coach Barry Odom said at SEC Media Days  The Tennessean

Missouri coach Barry Odom was the first coach to speak at SEC Media Days Monday. Odom answered questions about the NCAA appeal and the impending ...


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Barry Odom welcomes comments on Mizzou potentially being 8-0 entering Georgia game – Saturday Down South

Barry Odom welcomes comments on Mizzou potentially being 8-0 entering Georgia game  Saturday Down South

The Tigers have an interesting first eight games this season.


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Barry Odom welcomes comments on Mizzou potentially being 8-0 entering Georgia game – Saturday Down South

Barry Odom welcomes comments on Mizzou potentially being 8-0 entering Georgia game  Saturday Down South

The Tigers have an interesting first eight games this season.


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SEC Media Days 2019: Missouri Tigers – CBS42.com

SEC Media Days 2019: Missouri Tigers  CBS42.com

HOOVER, Ala. (WIAT) — The Missouri Tigers finished the 2018 season on a sour note following a loss to Oklahoma State in the Autozone Liberty Bowl, 38-33.


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Texas A&M Football: Kelly Bryant sold on joining SEC after battle with Aggies – Saturday Blitz

Texas A&M Football: Kelly Bryant sold on joining SEC after battle with Aggies  Saturday Blitz

After a battle with Texas A&M football, former Clemson quarterback turned Missouri starter Kelly Bryant was sold on joining the SEC.


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Texas A&M Football: Kelly Bryant sold on joining SEC after battle with Aggies – Saturday Blitz

Texas A&M Football: Kelly Bryant sold on joining SEC after battle with Aggies  Saturday Blitz

After a battle with Texas A&M football, former Clemson quarterback turned Missouri starter Kelly Bryant was sold on joining the SEC.


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Highlights from Greg Sankey’s 2019 SEC Media Days address – 247Sports

Highlights from Greg Sankey's 2019 SEC Media Days address  247Sports

The 2019 SEC Media Days event kicked off on Monday from the Hyatt Regency Birmingham-Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover, Ala. SEC commissioner Greg Sankey was ...


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Mizzou LB Cale Garrett reveals the moment Kelly Bryant won him over – Saturday Down South

Mizzou LB Cale Garrett reveals the moment Kelly Bryant won him over  Saturday Down South

The Missouri Tigers were hit with some terrible news this spring — the NCAA had instituted a one-year bowl ban for an infraction involving a tutor. Even though ...


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The Latest: Ed Orgeron, LSU facing championship expectations – FOXSports.com

The Latest: Ed Orgeron, LSU facing championship expectations  FOXSports.com

The Latest: Coach Ed Orgeron, LSU facing big expectations.


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The Latest: Missouri still awaiting decision on NCAA appeal – FOXSports.com

The Latest: Missouri still awaiting decision on NCAA appeal  FOXSports.com

The latest: Missouri poised for big year on the field, but awaiting major NCAA decision following appeal on postseason ban.


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Missouri HC, Barry Odom, speaks rift with Tennessee’s Jeremy Pruitt – KAIT

Missouri HC, Barry Odom, speaks rift with Tennessee's Jeremy Pruitt  KAIT

More and more players are transferring to other schools in college football.


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Kelly Bryant says playing at Texas A&M last year showed him ‘what the SEC was all about’ – Saturday Down South

Kelly Bryant says playing at Texas A&M last year showed him ‘what the SEC was all about’  Saturday Down South

Last year, current Missouri QB Kelly Bryant was starting for the Clemson Tigers and went into Kyle Field to take on the Texas A&M Aggies. Though the Tigers ...


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Kelly Bryant says playing at Texas A&M last year showed him ‘what the SEC was all about’ – Saturday Down South

Kelly Bryant says playing at Texas A&M last year showed him ‘what the SEC was all about’  Saturday Down South

Last year, current Missouri QB Kelly Bryant was starting for the Clemson Tigers and went into Kyle Field to take on the Texas A&M Aggies. Though the Tigers ...


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Revisionist History: What if Texas Tech football beats OU in 2008? – Viva The Matadors

Revisionist History: What if Texas Tech football beats OU in 2008?  Viva The Matadors

In the first of a series, we talk about that late November night in Norman.


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