Here are today’s Mizzou Links.
by: Mark Berman email@example.com 981-3125 — The News & Advance 11 Jun
"I don't see this as a major rebuild," D'Amour said.
by: Missourian Staff — Columbia Missourian 8 Jun
Columbia College's eSports team got off to an impressive start Thursday on the first day of the "League of Legends" College Championship in Los Angeles.
by: Alex Schiffer — The Kansas City Star 8 Jun
This week in Mizzou recruiting: Missouri landed a huge football commitment in St. Louis prospect Jack Buford, Michigan's own Tray Jackson visited and plenty of updates on other Tigers football and basketball targets.
by: Travis Hines — NBC Sports: College Basketball Talk 8 Jun
Sophomore was diagnosed with leukemia in January
by: Evan Barnes, The Commercial Appeal — The Commercial Appeal 7 Jun
With one four-star and two three-star verbal commits so far, Memphis coach Mike Norvell offers his thoughts on how the Tigers
by: Dave Matter • St. Louis Post-Dispatch — St. Louis Post-Dispatch 7 Jun
San Antonio was among NBA teams impressed by the Mizzou forward, but Porter explains why he needs another year in college.
by: Missourian Staff — Columbia Missourian 7 Jun
Halfway through the men's decathlon at the NCAA Track and Field Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Oregon, Missouri senior Rauno Liitmae sits in 21st place with 3622 points. He is 873
by: Cameron Teague Robinson Columbia Daily Tribune — Columbia Tribune 7 Jun
Jontay Porter’s decision to come back to Missouri for his sophomore year and skip the NBA Draft didn’t become official until May 30th.Speaking to members of the media for the first time since making that announcement, Porter said his mind was made up...
by: Peter Baugh St. Louis Post-Dispatch — St. Louis Post-Dispatch 7 Jun
Harris was drafted by his hometown Atlanta Braves.
by: Scott Phillips — NBC Sports: College Basketball Talk 7 Jun
Missouri forward Jontay Porter believes he would have been picked in the first round of the 2018 NBA Draft if he decided to go pro.