Seems a bit harsh, but to each his own.
I'm starting to get the feeling some of you didn't like the last football coach.
People ask this a lot, but for the Power 5 schools to up and leave the NCAA system, they would still need some sort of bureaucratic structure to make the rules and provide oversight and compliance. I just don't know how the logistics of something separate from the NCAA would look like. ADs can't leave their schools to provide the leadership. You'd need a governing body to manage the new structure, to enforce rules, to host championship events. You'd need ... something much like what the NCAA already provides. So what would really change if they broke away? The Big Ten isn't letting Greg Sankey run the Power 5. And the SEC isn't letting the Big 12 or ACC commissioner run the show. Bottom line, you'd need structure and leadership outside the confines of the five conferences - but who has the time/resources to do that?
I think someone should pick up a copy of "The 100-Yard Journey" and start with Chapter 9. There's more nuance to what actually happened in 2015 than your version here.
Yes, lots of trolls today. There's an obsession with Barry Odom today. Carry on. I appreciate the real questions.
Yes, then he made Drinkwitz destroy it with Thor's hammer.
Not that I know of. Missouri hasn't gotten involved with any more 2020 recruits or transfers. The last time I talked to Martin shortly before my furlough he indicated they were done with the current roster. Now, if any of three guys exploring the NBA draft decide not to return, they might look to add another piece to the roster, but as of right now, there's not a definite open scholarship to give away.
I wouldn't call it a rumor. It's a distinct possibility. There's also a lot of discussion about delaying the start of the season until January or February. Lots of options on the table right now.
If you look at 247Sports in-state rankings, 24 of the ranked 25 players are from the St. Louis or Kansas City greater metro areas. The only exception is Jackson, Mo., O-lineman Connor Tollison, who has already committed to Mizzou.
First I've heard of that but I'd gladly watch.
I've only published a few that he's submitted.