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I dont' see the comparison either. Lots of coaches coach their kids.
It reflects the current market place. Schools are paying coaches more than Missouri is accustomed to paying, so rather than going with a huge salary, they spread the contract out over more years and made it much costlier for Mizzou to fire him. Sterk said last week he told the board of curators this is how Mizzou must do business in today's marketplace.
When Gary Pinkel first joined the SEC he was struck at his first SEC coaches meetings about how much the coaches talked about depth and injuries. It was their main focus. Saban, Miles, Spurrier, all of them. He said those conversations and concerns were much different than the Big 12. The SEC is so physical and there are so many more physical teams that you need not only quality players along the line of scrimmage but depth across the board to survive the inevitable injuries.
I read the column. I would never take cheap shots at a player like that. Like I said earlier, the Porter kids are as wholesome as they come, not just in college sports but in America. I can't speak for the editing process at Washington, but that writer doesn't understand how college athletics work in 2017. Also, keep in mind, new UW coach Mike Hopkins recruited Porter to Syracuse. Syracuse was in his top 10. Was he not a good fit for him then?
Nope. Lusk would love the chance to play Mizzou, but close friends usually don't like to coach against each other. Martin gave the impression that he doesn't want to schedule a game against Lusk.
It' s not something the coaches ignore. Anderson couldn't have an all-white staff when Tim Fuller left and then when Corey Tate left.
Kim Anderson went through the same stages. At some point, you have to invest your time in your team and not all your time in public relations.
There shouldn't be. The last thing Mizzou needs is another sport that eats up expenses and creates zero revenue.
He might like the sound of it, but he'd probably be the No. 1 pick in the 2017 draft. It would be a poor career move to play two years in college - unless he proves to not be ready.
He's still suspended. I wouldn't count on him being a big part of the team if he can't stay in Odom's good graces.
OK folks, I know there are more questions, but that's all the time I have today. We'll do this again next week, probably on Friday.