Well, there are a ton of links today, mostly pertaining to MU football coach Gary Pinkel’s one-game suspension. Here’s our recap of MU athletic director Mike Alden’s press conference.
Zoulogy staff writer Tripp Stelnicki argued a suspension for Pinkel would be pointless.
Boone County Sheriff’s Department provided Zoulogy with legal information about Pinkel’s arrest.
The Kansas City Star’s Sam Mellinger says Pinkel’s arrest “hardly registers in a new world of what constitutes a scandal.”
Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports says of Pinkel’s arrest, “It’s hard to have any sort of outrage left in the tank after what has gone on in college athletics this year.”
The Kansas City Star’s Gabe DeArmond wrote a piece for PowerMizzou.com, saying “repairs will start immediately” for Pinkel.
KOMU.com has advocacy groups’ response to Pinkel’s arrest.
The Columbia Missourian chronicled readers’ reactions to Pinkel’s arrest.
Additionally, the Missourian went to the MU Student Center to get students’ responses to the arrest.
The Missourian also chronicled other DWI cases in Tiger history.
KOMU reports the Missouri Department of Transportation is reevaluating its relationship with Pinkel in its “Arrive Alive” program.
In other football news, DeArmond notes the decline in performance of the Tigers’ defense since last year.
Zoulogy’s Kevin Acciani wants the Tigers’ offense to pick up its tempo on offense.
Should Mizzou sell beer at Memorial Stadium?
RockMNation previews the Texas Tech game.
The Missourian’s Andrew Wagaman profiled the up-and-down season the Tigers have had at the safety position.
Zoulogy staff writer Ben Wilson says the Tigers’ basketball team showed improvement against Niagara last night.
From earlier in the week, but still interesting: MU basketball coach Frank Haith wants the Tigers to be solid throughout the game and not try to make flashy plays.