No, I believe athletes will still get medical redshirt waivers.
Mizzou has had to repair its relationship with Scherzer after it fired his head coach. But MU certainly made progress there. He's come in a few times and talked to the players when invited by Bieser.
I got this question a few weeks ago. I love my job. I love covering the news of college sports. And I'd love to write columns on all the teams we cover.
There are hundreds of players, maybe up to 1,000 still. Not many high-profile big men who haven't committed somewhere. Emanuel Miller from Texas A&M and Tre Mitchell from UMass should be high-priority targets for anyone wanting some size.
I watch NBA games more than any other sport. I watch most Cardinal games when I can. I don't catch much college football on Saturdays because I'm working. Same for college hoops on game nights, but I'll watch what I can when the Tigers aren't playing.
Touched on it earlier in the chat. I expect there to be mutual interest but there will be some competition.
That's the Drinkwitz offense. The running game is based on outside zone principles with lots of misdirection. I don't expect that to change. If anything, they'll run outside more because backs like Badie and Young don't have the same power as Rountree but are quicker.
Boogie Coleman at point guard, Amari Davis at the two guard, Javon Pickett on the wing, Kobe Brown at the four and Jordan Wilmore at the five. Martin has two open scholarships right now and he'd like to find an inside player, someone who can play the four and the five. Brown could also play the five in a smaller lineup
The NCAA is hoping to have a system in place to monitor and moderate who gets what once NIL becomes a reality to avoid what you described. I don't know how they'll exert any control over the process, but I still believe it's a positive for college sports if athletes can profit off their name, image and likeness. Like always, the devil will be in the details.
OK, folks. We're out of time. Stay tuned to STLtoday.com the next couple days for coverage of the Mizzou guys in the NFL draft.