Does your hip not connect to your leg? If your hip is tight doesn't that impact your leg? I'm just saying, it's not like the injuries have been described as a sore earlobe by some and a sore big toe by others. Your hip and your upper leg are connected.
Bret Bielema is probably as good as gone. Kevin Sumlin is probably right after him.
It all depends on what Lock decides. If he comes back, I think Missouri can push Georgia in the East or at least push for a 9-10 win season. Now, the schedule is harder next year. At Purdue, home games vs. Memphis and Wyoming. That's a lot more challenging than Idaho and UConn. Also, instead of hosting Auburn you play at Bama. But I do think there's enough talent on both sides of the ball - if Lock returns - to expect a better team in 2018.
Glen Elarbee, Brick Haley, Cornell Ford.
As long as they find ways for him to come off screens to get open shots it can work. He's not a guy who can create his own perimeter shot off the bounce.
The committees takes into account injuries. I think the returning players look more athletic and fit than they did last year, Puryear, Barnett and Nikko especially. They're playing with more confidence and more joy, too. Don't underestimate how much better you can play if you're having fun.
That will be the trillion dollar question heading into 2018. He's got to have a better feel for his scheme and personnel at the start of the season.
I've dealt with that injury before. No fun. Pops up when you least expect. And I'm not a 6-10 elite college basketball player getting pushed around by other tall, skilled athletes.
OK, folks. That's all the time I have. Check in tonight for coverage from the Huntsman Center. Mizzou and Utah tip off at 7 pm Central.