The Flutie Effect, the NFL, and a little more disappointment on the baseball diamond.
Sheldon Richardson is about to have his moment, and Jared McGriff-Culver just wants the phone to ring.
"It's been fun to watch her grow," Missouri coach Ehren Earleywine said before the LSU series. "The key is this -- a lot of kids play for us that don't ever really get better. They don't make jumps; they don't make strides. And so the credit has to go to the kids like Nicole, who are intellectual enough to trust the coaches and who are willing to fail trying something new. Here's a kid who is the all-time [high school] home run leader in the state of Missouri. It's very hard when you have that kind of success to listen to a new theory. Very hard."
Sheldon prepares for his big night, Mizzou football players play Big Brother, the big batch of SEC schedules still isn't out, and softball has a pretty big doubleheader this afternoon.
@nicolehudson8 or with cleats in face....either way is good.— Kristin Nottelmann (@KNottyMU28) April 19, 2013
It's going to be a fun series this weekend.
The Black & Gold Game approaches, a potential transfer from Northwestern looks at Mizzou, and Ehren Earleywine talks about "uncharted territory." Also: rest in peace, Pat Summerall.