How about some Malik Cuellar film?
Who's Malik Cuellar? As of last night, he's Missouri's 13th commitment in the 2015 recruiting class. He's a JUCO transfer from City College of San Francisco who graduates in December and will almost immediately join the race to replace Mitch Morse in next year's starting lineup.
I'm easy to please when it comes to film. Almost everybody looks good physically, so really I'm just looking for specific traits and/or flaws. Cuellar's a guy who's looking for a fight, and while this is highlight film, so he of course wins those fights here, he still seems to have a lot of strength and knows how to use his lower body. Works for me!
We'll talk more about recruiting later this week, but depending on attrition, Mizzou will be looking to fill between about six and nine more scholarships between now and Signing Day. Most will be on defense, but Mizzou wanted an immediate-impact offensive lineman, and Cuellar likely fills that need.
MUTIGERS.COM: Ray Named AP's SEC Defensive Player of Year
The Trib (Behind the Stripes): Shane Ray named the AP's SEC Defensive Player of the Year
Post-Dispatch: Mizzou's Ray voted SEC's defensive player of the year
KBIA Sports: Shane Ray headlines seven Missouri All-SEC selections
So it appears some people ... noticed that Markus Golden was only honorable mention...
I don't know who does the voting for All-SEC honors but whoever didn't vote Markus Golden to b 1st team should never b allowed to vote again— Michael Scherer (@Mike_Scherer38) December 8, 2014
I WISH TO TAKE NOTHING AWAY FROM NO ONE DESERVING OF IT!! HOWEVER I WISH FOR MY SON TO BE REWARDED FAIRLY AS WELL!!— Rhonda Golden (@rgolden222) December 8, 2014
Let's ask Markus Golden if he thinks he was snubbed? http://t.co/tGAZc308uE— Rock M Nation (@rockmnation) December 8, 2014
A lovely opportunity
Gary Pinkel found himself in a strange place.
The junior Kent State tight end was on his way to a career day in the 1972 Tangerine Bowl in Orlando, Fla., when a knee injury forced him to the locker room shortly before halftime.
As he was getting an evaluation on the trainer’s table, he couldn’t help but notice three observers.
With unblinking stares and wide, unceasing smiles.
"I go into the locker room and Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Pluto — whatever that guy’s name — they’re standing there looking at me like this," Pinkel said. "They’re all just kind of standing there."
We RUN this state (usually)
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The Trib: Eye's 3-point shooting helps MU women beat SLU
The Trib: Postgame: MU women 74, Saint Louis 55
The Missourian: Morgan Eye helps Missouri women's basketball stay ahead of Saint Louis
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