Like I said, next year is big for Pingeton. She's brought in several four-star recruits since Cunningham left. MU will want to see some results soon.
You know it. Class of '96.
I saw the tweet. I feel bad for Parker being put in that situation. I don't know if he plans to leave.
I suspected initially that he'll explore his pro potential before he commits to another school, but he seems intent on signing somewhere. Seems like Auburn has the early lead. I'd be curious to see how he handles Pearl's coaching. Unlike Martin, Pearl berates his players on the sideline. Some players handle that well. Some do not.
Mizzou is shopping point guards/combo guards in the transfer market. Anton Brookshire can handle the ball.
In hindsight, I think so. That was the best game he had played in a long time. He was a force inside, a real physical presence on both sides. I would have put him back in the game sooner.
Mizzou spring break isn't until next week.
Gary stays busy with his charity foundation. I haven't seen him in a while, but we keep in touch every so often. He was at one of the Saturday football practices a few weeks ago. He doesn't have an official capacity and he keeps his distance from the program, but Drinkwitz doesn't want him to be a stranger.
Who? Martin? There's not an opening at Miami.
I'd say Martin. George Mason is in a tough league that gets about one or two NCAA bids. And VCU, St. Bonaventure, Dayton, Richmond and SLU are ahead of George Mason as of now. But Kim's got a bright future for sure.
I don't know. Try asking her. She's active on Twitter.
Not sure about that, but thanks!
There's no sense in picking/ranking teams before the NBA draft deadline and before rosters are settled. That's ridiculous.
He'll make money playing somewhere in the world. Not sure he gets drafted by the NBA but he'll be on a summer league team.
I don't get the sense they're eager to move on from Bieser. He's actually recruited well. Results have been lacking. This year's team got off to a terrible start. Pitching has been a struggle. But they really like the freshman class.
It means driving to the basket, which is Pinson's strength but part of his game he tends to avoid.
As I've said for weeks here in the chat there is no expectation for any of the five seniors to return.
I'll cover what happens on and off the field, but projecting what's going to happen two years from now is just playing darts in the dark.
OK, folks. Mizzou football practice started five minutes ago, so I have to get out there. Thanks for playing along today.