I don't know what you're asking. Can Mizzou win a bowl game this year? Sure. Can they lose one? Sure. But as of now, there's a good chance Mizzou won't play in a bowl game if the NCAA appeals committee makes its ruling before the end of the season and doesn't overturn the postseason ban.
If you take a graduate transfer and by the time his eligibility expires he hasn't made progress toward his graduate degree then you can be prohibited from taking a graduate transfer in the next recruiting cycle. Mizzou has never confirmed that happened on the record because schools aren't supposed to disclose a student's academic records - and it would be a bad look to publicly shame a player who meant so much to the team like Robertson - but it's my understanding from conversations I've had with folks at MU that's why Martin's staff didn't explore the grad transfer market last year.
Taylor Powell. I wouldn't be surprised if Connor Bazelak gets some game action without sacrificing his year of eligibility - he'd be able to play in up to four games and still preserve his redshirt - but the only backup options would be Powell, Lindsey Scott Jr. and Bazelak. Powell was the backup last year and Scott was never on the travel roster. Unless Powell can make up sizable ground in the competition before September, I would think Powell is the No. 2.
No. I mean, I'm sure they're not going to say anything negative about it. I can't imagine it will be the final factor that pushes a recruit toward Mizzou over another program, but it can't hurt the sales pitch. More than anything, flashy new buildings convince the coaches and administrators that they have a better product to put on display and a stronger sales pitch, but recruiting decisions are usually based more on relationships and comfort, not the size of the locker room.
Most projections have Porter in the middle of the second round. But as we learned with the NFL draft, those projections aren't always accurate.
Yes, no doubt. Ohio State-Michigan-Penn State might make for the best 1-2-3 punch in a single division, but top to bottom the SEC is the best and the deepest.
There will closure but not necessarily a happy ending. Dany has to be taken down. Jon knows it. Tyrion knows it. Arya is the safe bet to play assassin, but how do you take out Drogon? Jon will continue to refuse to sit on the throne and by the final credits there will be no throne. Jon will return north. Tyrion will head west to Casterly Rock. The seven kingdoms will learn to govern themselves.
By the time the Buffs visit Mizzou in 2030, 40 years will have passed. I think the bad blood will be down to a low simmer by then.
That's because the regular season hasn't started. WNBA preseason games aren't televised. Check out the team's schedule on their website. A handful of games will be on ABC, ESPN2 or CBS Sports Network.