2010 Season Preview: Big 12 Championship Game

Mizzou Tigers’ 2010 Season Preview

2009 Flashback: Down 9-0 in the fourth quarter, Nebraska stormed back with a 27-point 4th quarter to beat the Tigers. Blaine Gabbert didn't have a single touchdown in the game but threw 2 interceptions. He was held to just 134 yards passing in the game. The loss was the first of 3-in-a-row for the Tigers.

Big 12 Championship Game Preview

Should the Tigers beat Nebraska to clinch the Big 12 North, they would earn themselves a date with Texas or Oklahoma (most likely) in the Big 12 Championship game in Dallas, Texas. Since I already previewed MU/OU during the regular season, here is a breakdown of a match-up between the Tigers and Longhorns.

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Interview with Andy Strickland of Blues Buzz and KFNS now posted

The Blues don’t wanna get themselves locked into long term situation with players that have yet to really prove who they are as hockey players. They’re getting there, but the Blues wanna keep that carrot dangling in front of their nose, to keep them hungry. I don’t think that is going to be a problem with either of those guys, Perron or Johnson, two highly motivated young players who are very talented.

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2010 Season Preview: Key players & non-conference rundown

Mizzou Tigers’ 2010 Season Preview

2009 Flashback: MU 41 KU 39-After the defense sacked Todd Reising in his own endzone for a safety, QB Blaine Gabbert and the Tiger offense marched right down the field to set up a game-winning 27-yard field goal from Grant Ressel just as time expired.

Key players and non-conference rundown

3 Missouri Tigers who will play key roles this season and 3 players who will be dearly missed. Also, a look at the Tigers’ 4 non-conference opponents. SPOILER ALERT: This September will/should be extremely dull again for Tigers fans this season.

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