A former Mizzou Baseball coach talks about the new one.
Watch lists are stupid (unless Mizzou players are on them)
High praise for #DLineZou
4. Mizzou: The Tigers return a bunch of playmakers on their defensive front. What they don't have anymore is well-regarded DL coach Craig Kuligowski who is at Miami. Jackie Shipp, though, has plenty of experience and produced more than his share of standouts (Gerald McCoy, Tommie Harris among them). Shipp inherits a legit All-American candidate in DE Charles Harris, who blossomed last season, making 18.5 TFLs. An opposing SEC coach gushed about Harris and his athleticism. But don't overlook the other guys here. Walter Brady had a strong year at the other DE slot with 11.5 TFLs and seven sacks. He's back, as is promising DE Marcell Frazier. DT Terry Beckner Jr. had a strong rookie season before tearing his ACL but he's expected back for 2016. Also expected back is 292-pound Harold Brantley, who started 10 games in 2014 and made honorable mention All-SEC but missed the 2015 season after suffering numerous injuries in a car accident. Ricky Hatley, 345-pound Josh Augusta and A.J. Logan round out a talented and very experienced group of DTs. If Brantley and Beckner are able to make complete recoveries, this will be an elite group headlined by a truly special player in Harris.
A public service from Andy Staples
A nice read
"Missouri is getting a kid with a ton of athleticism," Miller said. "He can really put it on the floor and get to the hoop for someone his size. He can handle it in transition and has shown, at times, he can step out and shoot the three. He’s just a really well-rounded player." [...]
"They’re in the rebuilding process, but I think I could help with that, and I like the style of play they run," Kemp said. "I see myself as a stretch four/three with my versatility."