Sure. But there's baggage there. He's gotten a little kooky in recent years. He's as thin-skinned as any coach in the country. And for being a defensive specialist, TCU sure has struggled defensively. He's definitely a coach on the back nine of his career, so if a program is looking for someone whose career is just taking off, he won't be the choice. But if you've got a program that's ready-made for a reload and doesn't need heavy lifting, then maybe he's a solid option.
Yes, especially in basketball where you only have 13 scholarship players max. Some coaches are going to be content to tear down and rebuild rosters through the portal every season. That's certainly not Cuonzo's preference. He wants to develop his freshmen. The transfers he added all have multiple years of eligibility. He wasn't looking to add one-and-done seniors.
You missed Patrick Mahomes' cousin score a couple buckets.
I asked Drinkwitz a couple weeks ago about getting more carries for a backup running back and he made it clear the candidates had to do more during the week to earn those carries.
Obviously she'll monitor the situation closely. Just because she has a prior working relationship with Martin doesn't mean she won't hold him and his program to a high standard. Now, expecting results and wanting to see progress doesn't mean she's going to set a quota for wins this year. It's not like she's got a bag of $6 million in cash sitting around to pay the buyout. She's smart, very analytical. She's not afraid to make tough choices. She fired people at UNLV. She'll do the same at Mizzou if she must.
I don't have a count off my head of how many plan to enroll early. Burden for sure. I'm not sure about Horn. I haven't heard anything one way or the other on him.
He should get a chance to contribute right away, though linebacker is generally a very difficult position to learn as a freshman. It can be done, but challenging.
They have the potential to once again contend for the SEC and earn a seed high enough to host regionals and super regionals. I don't think it's fair to say OKC or bust ... but there's no reason they can't make the WCWS.
Mizzou should be able to score some points this week. The Gators have All-SEC talent at some spots. The pass rush is very good. But if Samford and South Carolina can find holes to expose, then no doubt Mizzou can, too.
I'd probably go with Isaiah McGuire slightly ahead of Abrams-Draine. McGuire has been great lately but really steady all year. I'll consider both as second-team choices on my All-SEC ballot.
I don't have any way to calculate that during the chat. In the 2020 fiscal year, the basketball team made a little over $10.8 million in operating revenue.
Not that I can recall off the top of my head.