There aren't many appealing options right now. Oklahoma State's Spencer Sanders hasn't landed anywhere yet to my knowledge, nor has Boise State's Hank Bachmeier. Neither has been connected to Mizzou recruiting - at least not publicly.
There are a few possibilities here. You've got Marcellus Johnson as an experienced tackle and you've also got Armand Membou, who just finished a solid freshman season at right tackle. I think you look at both Johnson and Membou at right tackle and right guard and see who fits better at each spot.
I'm not sure they break it down by offense and defense with this staff. Some staffs assign one guy to coach the bigs and one guy to coach the guards. Hard to say because they don't open practices to media.
Diarra just played a season-high minutes last night. Gates was high on him when I asked him about it after the game. No telling on Mosley. I guess it's a good sign he made the trip.
We'll see. Let's figure out tonight's dinner first.
I disagree somewhat. Last night I thought they were missing a lot of the same shots they had been making. The shots were within the framework of the offense. Mizzou has thrived off early 3s all year. It's one of the first things opposing coaches say about them. After the game Buzz said that 39% of Mizzou's shots come in the first six seconds of the shot clock and 59% come in the first 12 seconds. That's who they are. Last night's shots were mostly open; they just didn't fall. Hodge was getting good looks. Carter was missing 3s he's made all year. A&M's whole defense is predicated around giving open looks outside and creating a wall in the paint to cut off driving lanes.
More like several months ago. The situation changed midseason when Drinkwitz said he was open to hiring a coordinator and clearly wasn't enjoying calling plays that weren't working - to the point he handed off the duties to Hamdan. Also, the situation changed when Mizzou increased his staff salary pool so he could hire an OC.
There are winnable games on the road. Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Georgia, LSU. Heck, Saturday's game at Florida is winnable. I'd be shocked if Mizzou goes 0 for 5 in those games.
Mizzou doesn't have any openings, so until there's some staff turnover, there are no hires to make. Washington is headed to Western Kentucky, per some reports yesterday.
It's harder to graduate early at some schools. It might not be his choice. Or he might just want to enjoy his last semester of high school. Nobody's counting on him starting in 2023. You never get that last semester back. I'd probably want my son to finish with his HS class if I were in that position .
I think some folks see his height and assume he's Jeremiah Tilmon. He's nowhere near that big and physical. He's 6-10 but listed at only 215 pounds - same weight as Gholston and far less than Carter, Brown and DeGray
They want to add depth to the room but haven't hosted any QBs to my knowledge or anyone else's reporting
I have not yet. That might be something I do when previewing spring football.