Jeffcoat was an All-SEC player last year after sitting out all of 2019 and missing all offseason/preseason workouts leading up to the season. Now he's healthy - he had elbow surgery this offseason - and getting in a full camp. I think he can be a double-digit sack guy. Some of the young edge rushers are intriguing, too. The depth along the front four should keep legs fresh for four quarters and give this group a better chance to rack up more sacks and pressures. We'll see.
Mizzou is still in the hunt from what I understand but it's going to be a fight. He's got all the impressive offers.
If the football version of the Big 12 folds, the wrestling version can still survive seeing that the only football Big 12 schools in the wrestling league is Iowa State, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. The other schools in the Big 12 wrestling edition still need a conference, so it only makes sense that the group would stick together. It might just need another name/logo. Whatever happens, Mizzou will be tethered to Oklahoma as the only SEC schools with wrestling programs.
More than anything just heavy reps with the guys he'll be throwing to this season. As the No. 2 guy he didn't have that luxury in camp last year. That's been the focus this offseason: the timing routes with his top targets, especially on the deeper throws. They talked about that a lot today.
Nah. That's not what I meant by morale. It's more about administrative leadership and continuity than anything that has to do with those two coaches.
I think it's more of a coincidence than anything. The Broncos have nothing to do with the Kroenkes.
I can't tell you how to spend your money. I'm interested in what this new mix of players can do on the floor together. They're going to be more athletic on both ends of the floor and more guard-oriented.
I don't think he's eliminated Missouri from contention, but I wouldn't put MU as the favorite by any means. He's being recruited as a receiver by most if not all schools to my knowledge.
Yes, I'm well aware of him. Not sure he'll really have a role on the offense but could be an option if he has a good camp.
He has the tools to be as good as any QB in this league. JT Daniels is the best in my opinion and has an NFL future. But Bazelak impressed me last year with his poise and decision-making and toughness. He's got all the qualities you want to play that position on the biggest stage.
There could be some truth to that. There's no doubt he runs the program ethically and holds his players to the highest of standards on and off the court. He's definitely evolved his philosophy on the way the game is played.
I don't have an update on that but can check
Yes, it could certainly drag on beyond this football season. The big question is what happens to the remaining eight schools in the Big 12. Do they band together and poach new members from other leagues or do is it every man for himself and they look for new homes? I don't know which process would take longer at this point.
No, he wants players that fit what he wants on the floor. But he also wants players who fit the culture and the standards for the program. But that doesn't mean he's valuing the latter over the former.
OK, folks. That's it from me today. Look for more football camp coverage over the next four weeks. We'll be back at it in the chat next week.