I don't experience the game as a fan, so maybe some other chatters can help here.
Yes, Johnanthon Johnson was one of the best return specialists in the SEC last year - when he didn't drop the ball.
Got time for a just a couple quick ones ...
RB Nathaneil Peat at Rock Bridge has a Mizzou offer and just ran for like 600 yards on De Smet. Isiaih Mosley is a high-major hoops recruit from Rock Bridge, also with a Mizozu offer.
Maybe but you can play more than one running back and have a great offense. Ask Bama.
1,500 for Crockett. 600 for Ish
Not completely but he'll earn some credit and deserve some credit for stabilizing things. Here's the rub: The 2017 schedule is one the easiest schedule MU will ever play. The noncon is pretty soft. Auburn is a tough SEC West foe but it gets much harder next year: at Bama.
Texas A&M will be top 25. Tennessee will be a tougher matchup for some teams than most expect.
If she has evidence (texts, emails, papers, tests), then yes. The NCAA isn't a court of law. They don't have to prove anything to a jury. They just need evidence to convince their Infractions Committee that a school cheated.
Agree to disagree. That's not a game I would have paid to watch last season.
Good question. They like the players there, but I just don't think the ones did enough to separate themselves from the twos.
What Auburn case? UNC case is still ongoing.
We'll find out soon enough. On that note, I'm out of here. Stay tuned for a new Mizzou sports podcast that Ben Frederickson and I will be doing this year, starting this week.