No, it's still on the books for one more year. From what I wrote in May: "With the last three single-year scores of 851, 976 and 930, Mizzou will need a single-year score around 961 or higher to reach the 930 cutoff next year."
You should be fine getting there shortly before the start at 7 pm.
The Tennessee search is bananas. I've never seen anything like it. The FSU-A&M situation isn't all that unusual. Fisher seems to be undecided. Some coaches are turned off when the process gets leaked. He still has a regular-season game to coach, so I understand if he's conflicted right now.
He's not a heavy press team, so I'm not sure that's the best model. But, in general, yes I think most coaches would like their team to play defense like a Bob Huggins team.
He didn't play much after the air-balled 3 in Orlando. He also hit some critical shots in the Long Beach State game. He's not someone who's going to get much more than 20 minutes in a real competitive game.
Zero if they end up with a great coach. If it takes them two weeks to land someone great, none of this matters. If they end up losing out on solid candidates because of how they butchered the process, now that's a problem. But there's still a lot of quality coaches they can land.
He doesn't strike me as someone who will be naive or out of touch with the choices they make. He's been around the block a few times and has coached in programs that lose players to the NBA. They'll need some bigs for the 2019 class.
Well, if the draft advisory board sees it differently then he'll have a decision to make. The draft evaluation makes it a pretty simple decision for these kids. And people making up their mock drafts in October and November aren't the same people who hand out the draft evaluations to the players.
Jack Lowary is not a wide receiver.
Pooled and split evenly for the most part.
What do you mean Daniel couldn't make up for the lack of height? He's been earning an NFL paycheck for nine years now and has banked millions of dollars. Yes, he was considered too short for the draft, but all that means is 32 teams made mistakes. I'm sure there are teams right now who would pay Drew Lock to be their quarterback. Have you watched the quarterback play in the NFL? He might start for Denver tomorrow. Is he a perfect prospect? No, no way, but not being ready, which very few QBs are ready, doesn't mean he's not worth drafting early.
They'll start tearing down the structure in March and move from there. Not sure about updates or videos.
OK, folks. That's all the time I have today. We'll do this again next week. Remember, bowl announcement this Sunday.