The word annual was never part of the agreement. MU agreed to "have a presence" in Kansas City. That's why MU is playing a football game there against Boston College in a few years. They played a hoops game there against Oklahoma State in 2014.
Not really. It's not like he's getting 20 carries a game. You have to play your best players, and he's been excellent in that role. He's no less likely to get hurt returning kicks than playing tailback.
A combination, but I really think it's his shooting ability that makes him a weapon at that position. Plus he played really solid in the KU game. He didn't get rattled. Handled the ball well. Brings a veteran's savvy to the position.
Yes, doing well. He gets a checkup eveyr six months at the Mayo Clinic and visited there in late September. Cancer is in remission. He'll live with lymphoma for the rest of his life and will eventually have to undergo more treatment, but all good now.
I think a long time will have to pass.
When your signature hire goes poorly it's a reflection on your leadership. Look, that was a huge bombshell hire at the time, and considering Bret was something like 44 games over .500 at Wisconsin, it's hard to fault Long for not being able to forecast him struggling at Arkansas. But, obviously, it hasn't been a home run hire. It's a brutal division.
I'll be interested to see who gets the loudest ovations during the pregame ceremony on Saturday. I imagine it'll be Witter. Moore deserves one, too.
Only if there aren't enough 6-win teams available. Hard to know now if that's going to be the case this year.
I don't expect him to have a bad attitude about minutes. I also don't expect him to be on the bench for long stretches.
Missouri should win Saturday. If they win decisively, I think they're good enough to sweep the next two and finish 7-5.
No, they didn't release those stats.
I learned Saturday that Miller has been out with a foot injury for a while. I don't think he's been practicing.
Great question. I don't know how but I would have made it work.
Players raved about how he led their offseason workouts and offseason meetings. He was instrumental in the goal-setting that took place before the season.
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