This Week in Mizzou Basketball (a couple of days old)!
And as long as we're not acknowledging that Saturday happened ... here's the LSU game!
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Because assistant coaches Tim Fuller and Rob Fulford are more active recruiters — and often miss practice when they're on the road — Loos takes the lion's share of the advanced scouting reports. He is scheduled to be the point man on about half of the team's remaining games; the other assistant coaches will split the other half.
Once a coach identifies the opponents' most important tendencies, a graduate assistant will create slides for the Tiger players to study. Next year, as part of a large donation announced in September, each player will be provided an iPad that will help them access those slides.
The Tigers typically begin discussion of their next opponent two days before the game. Coaches will highlight four or five opposing players and their go-to moves. Then the team studies a more holistic look at the opponent's offensive and defensive sets.
"You can’t put everything out there; you just can’t learn it," Anderson said. "So you try to put the main things that they do – offensively and defensively — and how you’re going to attack it."
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Indiana and Missouri, where former Huntington Prep coach Rob Fulford is now an assistant coach, are his other top schools even though he insists there is no leader.
"I have not heard from others, just basically them," he said of his top four schools.
"Me and Rob had a great relationship when he was here last year. Me and him always got along," Bryant said.
Still, his mother wants him to go to Syracuse.
"Me and my mom always talk about that and keep that between us," he said. "The decision is mine."
With her approval?
"Sure," he said.
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The wrestling team is ridiculous
A good weekend for Mizzou women
MUTIGERS.COM: Tigers Earn Comeback win over Gators, 66-47
MUTIGERS.COM: Mizzou vs. Florida Post Game Quotes
The Trib: Postgame: MU women 66, Florida 47
The Missourian: Missouri women's basketball shooters ignte, torch Florida in second half