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Clarkson – SEC’s #7 Scorer This Season – Leaves Missouri For The Pros

Jordan+Clarkson+2013+Continental+Tire+Las+VFczzADmhfulJordan Clarkson averaged 17.5 points per game for Missouri last season.  The guard who’d transferred in from Tulsa wound up #7 on the SEC scoring list this season.  But he won’t be back for his senior year.

Clarkson’s father, Mike, told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch yesterday that his son will turn pro and is planning to sign with an agent, which would make a return to Mizzou an impossibility.  The elder Clarkson is battling cancer and it’s believed his diagnosis led to an uneven performance from his son as the Tigers finished up their season.

The younger Clarkson said:

 

“It’s hard to find the right words to say because this coaching staff, my teammates, this school and these fans have been so incredible to me during my two years here at Mizzou.  Obviously this was not an easy decision for me and my family, but it felt like the right time to take this step in my career, especially with graduation this spring.”

 

Missouri might also lose the SEC’s top scorer in Jabari Brown.  The junior who averaged 19.9 points per game for the Tigers this season is mulling the possibility of an early exit to the NBA as well.

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SEC Hoops Roundup: Arkansas, Missouri Get NIT Wins

gfx-hoops-round-up2Arkansas 91 – Indiana State 71. Video Highlights

Game-high 28 points from Anthlon Bell.  Five other Razorbacks score double figures.

Arkansas advances to second round of NIT – will face the winner of Wednesday’s Utah Valley State-California game.

Missouri 85 – Davidson 77. 

Shorthanded Tigers get second half rally.  Jabari Brown plays entire 40 minutes – scores 30 points.

“A sparse but engaged crowd of perhaps 2,500.” Tigers will play winner of Southern Miss-Toledo game.

Wednesday SEC Hoops Schedule

NCAA Tournament

Iowa vs Tennessee

NIT 

Vermont at Georgia

LSU at San Francisco

CBI

Wyoming at Texas A&M

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SEC Headlines 1/31/2014

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1. For the first time, Missouri A.D. Mike Alden speaks about the ESPN investigation regarding a former Mizzou swimmer and an alleged rape involving football players.  Kansas City Star: “A stark change of tone from what had been a defensive posture by his department.”

2. Marijuana discovered at a traffic stop did not belong to Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham according to the two men arrested along with him back on January 10th. Prosecutor says case is still under investigation.

3. Details on the arrest of Ole Miss defensive back Bobby Hill released.

4. Alabama’s AJ McCarron on younger players and the 2013 Crimson Tide: “They thought we’d just show up and we’d win.”

5. Auburn coach Gus Malzahn accepts the 2013 Iron Bowl Trophy Thursday night. ”I’m here to tell you, this trophy, it’s going to be around here a while. War Eagle!”

6. Padding historical resume? “Why should Auburn be any different? In this day and age, why should Auburn be so stuffy about it?”

7. Is Southern California linebackers coach Mike Ekeler the final piece of the Georgia staff coaching puzzle?

8. Texas A&M’s football complex will get a $16 million renovation.

9. Tennessee ending its relationship with adidas.  Moving to Nike as athletic gear provider.

10. Can Kentucky’s recruiting success translate to on-field success? “By the time next season ends it needs to be apparent that the UK football team is headed in the right direction.”

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11. Kevin Scarbinsky on Alabama’s blowout loss to Auburn last night.  “How can you not be ready to play on the road against your in-state rival?”

12. South Carolina got its first SEC win this week.  Sign of things to come?

13. Kentucky travels to Missouri Saturday to face the Tigers and perhaps the hottest player in the league – Mizzou guard Jabari Brown.

14. Why Missouri should miss its old league? (At least in basketball)

Super Bowl Weekend

15. Want to know how to beat Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman?  Target him early and often.

16. How William “Refrigerator”  Perry  helped launched a prop bet revolution.

17. Are companies ruining the Super Bowl by releasing their ads early?

Extra

18. Sad news from Auburn.  Golf coach Danielle Downey killed in car crash.

19. University of Texas athletic department had $165.7 million in revenue in 2012-2013.

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SEC Hoops Roundup 1/29/2014

gfx-hoops-round-up2Missouri 75 – Arkansas 71. Video Highlights

1. First victory ever for Missouri at Bud Walton Arena.  Earnest Ross and Jabari Brown each score 24 points for the Tigers  - move to 4-3 in SEC play.

2. Arkansas now 2-5 in SEC play.  Coach Mike Anderson: “Let’s give Missouri some credit. I thought (coach) Frank (Haith) had his guys really charged up.”

LSU 87 – Kentucky 82. Video Highlights

3. LSU jumps out to 16-point lead and hangs on for victory.  Johnny O’Bryant leads the Tigers with 29 points and 9 rebounds.

4. LSU blocks 11 Kentucky shots – most of any opponent in the John Calipari era.  Assistant coach Kenny Payne: They took the fight to us and we didn’t respond.”

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SEC Headlines 1/26/2014

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1. Alleged rape at Missouri reportedly involving members of the football team in 2010 gets spotlight treatment on ESPN’s “Outside The Lines.”

2. Missouri responds with a statement and a critique: “It is important to point out this type of skewed and flawed reporting because it is dangerous.” ESPN responds to the response.

3. Former Auburn All-American Tracy Rocker will be the new defensive line coach at Georgia.

4. LSU special teams coach Thomas McGaughey is reportedly a candidate for the special teams coordinator job with the New York Jets.

5. Former LSU assistant Greg Studrawa is now the offensive line coach at Maryland.

6. Kentucky tight ends coach Vince Morrow gets raise and contract extension.  Has been an ace recruiter for coach Mark Stoops.

7. Why Vanderbilt fans want to brush off former coach James Franklin.

8. New Vanderbilt offensive coordinator Karl Dorrell spent the past six years in the NFL including a stint with the Houston Texans: “He helped Matt Schaub make the Pro Bowl in 2012…”

9.  What does Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall have to do to earn a little respect?

10. Lou Holtz on his South Carolina legacy: ”We put the thing on a foundation, I felt, and we did a good job in that area,”

11.  Profile of Missouri strength and conditioning coach Pat Ivey -voted Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year by his peers earlier this month.

12. Auburn strength and conditioning coach Ryan Russell knows the demands the hurry-up, no-huddle offense.

SEC/NFL

13. Dee Ford’s NFL stock is rapidly rising.  Former Auburn defense end named MVP of Reese’s Senior Bowl. South wins the game 20-10.

14. ESPN names the SEC 2013 Super Seniors - a list that includes Ford and teammate Chris Davis.

SEC/College News

15. Next meeting of the new College Football Playoff selection committee will be in April. Arkansas A.D. Jeff Long on the group’s progress: ”As you might expect, with the quality of people in that room, it’s been great.”

16. Ron Morris on the “little secret that many head coaches choose to ignore when they talk about how college athletes live in virtual poverty…”

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17. Ole Miss guard Marshall Henderson and Mississippi State coach Rick Ray exchange words at the end of the game Saturday.

18. Missouri’s Jabari Brown has scored at least 22 points in four straight games - now leads the SEC in scoring at 19.5 points per game.

19. With games against Arkansas, Kentucky and Florida - Missouri about to embark on toughest stretch of its schedule.

20. Florida may not have super stars but it does have balance.  Coach Billy Donovan: “I think it’s critical. You want four to six guys in double figures.”

21. Snow and freezing temperatures can’t keep Kentucky fans away from Rupp Arena.  Announced attendance Saturday -  23,367.

Extra

22. Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston - potential closer on the Florida State baseball team?

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SEC Hoops Roundup 1/17/2014

gfx-hoops-round-up2Vanderbilt 78 – Missouri 75. Video Highlights

1. Vanderbilt attempts season-high 32 three-point attempts, makes 12.  Career-high 24 points for Rod Odom.

2. Jabari Brown scores 22 points for the Tigers but Jordan Clarkson and Earnest Ross combine to miss all 11 of their 3-point attempts.

Saturday’s Schedule

Tennessee at Kentucky

Texas A&M at Mississippi State

Arkansas at Georgia

Alabama at Missouri

Florida at Auburn

Ole Miss at South Carolina

Vanderbilt at LSU

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SEC Hoops Roundup 12/8/2013

gfx-hoops-round-up1. Tennessee 84 – Tennessee Tech 63 Vols open second half with 22-1 run.  Fourth consecutive double-double for Jarnell Stokes – 19 points and 13 rebounds. Video Highlights

2. Missouri 8o – UCLA 71.  Down by 8 at half, Tigers rally to remain undefeated.  63 points for trio of Jabari Brown, Jordan Clarkson and Earnest Ross. Video Highlights

3. Arkansas 74 – Clemson 68. Razorbacks hold off late Clemson rally as Arkansas makes only two field goals in last ten minutes of the game. Team-high 17 points for Michael Qualls. Video Highlights

4. USF 66 – Alabama 64. Crimson Tide remain winless on the road.  Retin Obashohan led Alabama with 20 points.

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SEC Hoops Roundup 11/26/2013

gfx-hoops-round-up1. California 85 – Arkansas 77.  Razorbacks open the Maui Invitational with their first loss of the year.  Arkansas gets career-high 21 points from Michael Qualls.

2. Vanderbilt 77 – Loyola Marymount 68. Vanderbilt finishes in fourth place at the Paradise Jam.  Kyle Fuller led Vandy with 19 points.

3. Kentucky 68 – Cleveland State 61. Late rally puts UK over the top. Cats trailed by 10 points with seven minutes left in the game. Video Highlights

4. Florida 86 – Jacksonville 60. Scottie Wilbekin returns to the lineup for the Gators.  Dorian Finney-Smith posts his first double-double for Florida. Video Highlights

5. Missouri 78 – IUPUI 64Career-high 24 points for Jabari Brown and Jordan Clarkson adds 22.  Antlers ejected for second straight game. Video Highlights

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Mizzou Wins At South Carolina, Picks Up Second SEC Road Victory

basketballsMissouri 90 – South Carolina 68. Video Highlights

1. Keion Bell scores 24 points, Jabari Brown adds a career-high 23 as Tigers shoot 69.6% from the field.  Coach Frank Haith: “I don’t know that we could play any better offensively against a really good defensive team.”

2. After taking 24 shots and scoring a career-high 27 points against Kentucky, Phil Pressey doesn’t attempt a shot but has nine assists and five rebounds.

3. Damien Leonard led the Gamecocks with a career-high 20 points.  Coach Frank Martin: “Obviously, we had no answers today. We couldn’t defend them.”

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