Mizzou football's upperclassmen were really getting after it at their pro day.
Just running around. Going one hundred miles an hour.
The glass is half full. Half half full? There's some liquid.
Short answer: yes.
But we're not into short answers here at the blog. We're into exceedingly long answers and showing our work statistically to the point where nobody even really cares about the answer anymore by the time we're done, we've beaten them so soundly over the head with numbers.
So that's what we're about to do here as we try to gain historical perspective on how difficult it will be for Missouri's offense to pull itself out of the slump it entered last season.
David, as he is wont to do, provides a fantastic numerical look at how Mizzou can improve upon a less-than-great offensive year, given how other trash offenses have rebounded throughout history.
Harry Ballard, the St. Louis WR who was a late addition to the 2016 recruiting class, will sign his National Letter of Intent today.
Signing the NLI tomorrow at noon (12:00) ✍ ! I appreciate everything and everyone #MizzouMade— H B 3 (@Harry_Ballard12) April 1, 2016
Wimbledon, here they come.
The win marks the first time since the 2004-05 season Mizzou has posted 15 wins and is tied for the fourth most wins all-time in program history. Santos defeated her third ranked opponent this season with the win over Hammond, improving to 3-4 against ranked opponents.
It's only a matter of time before this becomes a strictly tennis blog. Just like Bill planned.
Looking ahead to the weekend.
- Mizzou Baseball resumes SEC play this weekend as it heads to No. 15 Arkansas for a three-game series, beginning Friday (April 1) at 6:35 p.m. at Baum Stadium. Alex Perlman and Troy Eklund will have the call. The Saturday and Sunday games will air to a national television audience on SEC Network at 7:30 p.m. and 12:30 p.m., respectively. Perlman and Gabe Gross will be on the call.
- Arkansas is Mizzou's third consecutive top-15 opponent to open SEC play in 2016. Mizzou started the SEC schedule at No. 1 Florida and then hosted No. 4 Vanderbilt last weekend.
No. 15 Mizzou Softball (24-6, 3-3 SEC) begins the Southeastern Conference home portion of its 2016 schedule on Friday, April 1, with No. 16 Tennessee (26-8, 6-3 SEC) traveling to University Field.
The series opener between Mizzou and Tennessee is set for 6:30 p.m. (CT) first pitch and will broadcast live on SEC Network + via WatchESPN. Saturday's game will begin at 11 a.m. (CT) and will broadcast live on ESPNU. Sunday's series finale is set for 12 p.m. (CT) first pitch and will broadcast live on SEC Network + via WatchESPN.
SEC PLAY, FOLKS. OH YEAH!