Breaking news on the football staff: Missouri has hired David Gibbs as a defensive assistant. No specific job title yet. Most recently he was the defensive coordinator at Texas Tech the last four years. Former DBs coach for the Chiefs & Broncos.
Throughout January they have morning mat drill sessions that aren't football practices per se, but more based around conditioning. Then players are allowed to spend X amount of time with coaches in non-practice workouts. No full pads or anything like that. They'll have plenty of "voluntary" workouts between QBs and receivers from now until the start of the season. That'll be ongoing.
I don't know for certain. Garrick McGee would be the safe bet, but unclear as of now.
I don't know, but there are seven schools in the SEC averaging fewer fans.
He made one comeback during the regular season and then played in the bowl game. He had a groin injury was all we were told. That sounds painful to me.
He just said in the second half.
Yes. That fact can't be ignored. If you're a senior at Mizzou, the program was at rock bottom for the bulk of their time on campus.
Decades of garbage? Really?
OK, folks. I've got some news to report and we've run out of time. Thanks for taking part this week.