The style of play will be back to the pre-2016 philosophy, but new playmakers will have to emerge. The incoming jucos will have to produce. If Beckner returns healthy he can be a great player inside. Frazier is an established pass-rusher. They need Howard to develop quickly and be a force on the edge. I like the group's upside but lots of unanswered questions.
It hasn't come up much this spring, but going into the spring Odom made it clear he'll bring in walkons to make sure there's genuine competition for the job. It's a huge area of concern for Odom.
42 TDs and 12 INTs. Or maybe 38 and 14. Or I'm also thinking maybe 34 and 12.
Breaking Bad, all the way. I haven't finished season 2 of Saul. A little behind. 2016 wasn't a good year for watching TV in the Matter house between baby and book.
OK. But keep in mind, since 1985, only 10 Division I players have averaged 30 points a game. That's less than one player every three years on average. And only two of those players played high-major conference schedules: Purdue's Glenn Robinson (Cuonzo's teammate) and LSU's Chris Jackson. Can Porter be just the third high-major player in 33 years to average 30 points? Highly unlikely.
Under past regimes, Mizzou wanted to play two for one - two games in Columbia, one in St. Louis. MU didn't view SLU in the same light as a high-major where it would play a one-for-one series.
You hire one recruit's dad and suddenly it's a trend.
Maybe at the bottom of the rankings.
Michael Sr. is hoping to have the rest of the family moved here in a few weeks.
Fair enough. If he averages 30 points I'll let you name the chat the title of your choice.
OK, folks. That's all the time I have today. We'll do this again next week.