Um, ask me at about 6 p.m. on Saturday. I'm not sure.
I never like to speculate on that. I don't think three have to leave. Probably two.
Yes. Four is a good number, especially when one has to sit out, as Robinson will next year.
Different site have different ratings and different formulas.
As of early this week MU had sold 6,000 of its 8,000 tickets and hoped they'd sell the full allotment.
Yes. Missouri won consecutive SEC East titles when those same teams were scoring better recruiting rankings. Tennessee has consistently recruited higher ranked classes than Missouri. 50-17 and 50-17 the last two years. No reason Missouri can't be a 10-win team next year and, maybe, put some heat on Georgia. Kirby Smart has a powerhouse in Athens. They're going to be the favorite every year until things start to shift. Florida will get better under Mullen. South Carolina will never be bad but I'm not sure they'll be elite. I'm not sold on Kentucky's staying power or Tennessee getting over the hump under Pruitt. Mizzou is trending in the right direction.
OK. Sure, I'd love to see that game. Cuonzo has said on the record he'd like to make it happen at some point.
I'm not sure that's fair on either guy to compare him to the other guy. Stay tuned.
If they believe he'll add value to the program down the road, they'll work to keep him. If they realize it was a risk not worth investing further, he won't last. Martin said today that Guess had a 3.0 GPA, but obviously he didn't have enough hours to stay eligible. I don't think Cuonzo will give up on him. We'll see how it unfolds.
After the 2019 season. There's definitely some traction toward expansion now.
It can help ... but it also helps the teams that Mizzou usually poaches from this time of year. Remember, if there were an early signing date two years ago, Damarea Crockett would be playing for Boise State. There are lots of similar examples. Where it can hurt you - and 2017 was the perfect example - is if you have a poor start to the season and targets lose interest early in the year. With the February date, you've got more time to make a second impression on a recruit. Not so much now.
Yes, but pretty sure he's still a walk-on unless something has changed.
The staff really likes Jeffcoat. He's a bit ahead of Hansford. Byers can play D-end on first and second down and shift inside on third downs. Turner returns next year. Who knows about Tre Williams at this point. They still need an elite pass-rusher there, but the two freshmen can develop into playmakers.
It depends if they have remaining eligibility. A bunch of guys played this season as graduate students. But if they're out of eligibility and they graduate in December and aren't pursuing a graduate degree, then yes, they're out of the system.
I haven't seen or heard much from him since he quietly left TCU. Moving isn't new for him. He played at three different high schools. He got hurt midway through this past season - and he wasn't having the best season by any means. It might have just been time for a change of scenery.
It's not going anywhere. It's still home to volleyball, wrestling, indoor track.
Alabama will beat Clemson. Trevor Lawrence might win the Heisman next year and be the No. 1 NFL draft pick after that, but Nick Saban isn't losing the big trophy to a freshman QB.
He has a personal QB coach, but whatever agent he signs with might have a different plan for him. He'll probably train somewhere warm, where most high draft prospects tend to go.
But why? They were good enough to earn scholarships at any school in the country. Why should Mizzou expect a discount and make them walk-ons? Also, the Porters have other younger children who are in private school. They have the means to pay the bills, but that's just not a realistic scenario.
I never got the impression he was going to see the field this year at D-end. But the staff quickly fell in love with him at tight end. I don't understand why they'd move him back after he made the All-SEC freshman team. Even if Albert returns next year, Parker will have value as a blocker, especially if there's going to be more designed runs for the QB. I'm not sure Parker's got the frame to play offensive tackle. I think he's got the frame to be a damn good blocking tight end who can complement Albert and Swinson.
OK, folks. We've run out of time. Not sure if we'll do this again next week during the holiday but stay tuned.