Keion Bell

Missouri Tigers #5 - Guard

  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 200



Why I just cannot get worked up about this thing that is supposedly ruining college sports.

Mizzou Links, 4-5-13


On Roger Ebert, a big softball series, and a challenge to be a meaner conference mate.

Mizzou Links, 4-2-13


Keion will dunk, the Black & Gold Game isn't far away, and Braggin' Rights hit the diamond...

CSU 84, MU 72: 2 post-game thoughts


No one at RMN was so delusional to think CSU could not win, but that was a very disappointing performance.

Mizzou Links, 3-20-13


Keion Bell gets a chance to dance, Ken Pomeroy gets fired up, and Mizzou splits on the diamond.

Play better, for longer


While better non-conference scheduling is lovely, playing well for an extended period of time is the most important factor for getting into the NCAA Tournament. SEC teams did not do enough of that.

Mizzou Links, 3-6-13


Now that's how you say goodbye.

Mizzou Links, 3-4-13


Returning from Boston, beating LSU, landing a couple of semi-familiar football commitments, and dumping in a bunch of Mizzou Network videos.

Mizzou Links, 2-13-13


A Boston meet-up, another road game tonight, a look at 2014 football recruiting, and a stunning decision by the IOC.

Mizzou Links, 2-11-13


Utilizing Oriakhi, changing lives with Jeremy Maclin, breaking metal bats, sneaking peeks at the baseball uniforms, and dying by the 3-pointer.

That was fun. Now do it again.


Mizzou used a rather stunning early run to open up a 20-point lead, and Ole Miss never really got it that close afterward. And thanks in part to some seriously physical play (more or less allowed...

Oriakhi, No. 21 Mizzou beat up Ole Miss

Missouri avenged a loss to Ole Miss earlier this season thanks to a big effort from big man Alex Oriakhi in an at-times-chippy blowout victory.

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