I don't want to talk about it.
Okay fine, we'll talk about it
Walter Brady and Harold Brantley have both been dismissed from the football program. Brantley for academic reasons, and Brady for the ever enigmatic "violation of team policies." You know what they say: when it rains it pours. Sometimes for months and months on end without any sign of letting up.
The show must go on:
So, maybe things will be okay. Maybe not, but I've always been an optimist. I want to believe.
The Earleywine snafu is finally coming to an end
Now that the football team is handling the bummer duties, softball is free to get things in order.
"Now, the question becomes, ‘What does have to happen? Short of Title IX, what things do we want to see changed and who’s going to make them happen?’ " Foley said. "I’m involved in those discussions."
Earleywine is one of Missouri’s most successful coaches, with a 452-154 record and 10 NCAA Tournament appearances in his 10 years. When asked who would make the final determination on whether Earleywine keeps his job and under what conditions, Foley said it would be a collaborative decision, although he had the final call.
Even though it isn't set in stone, it would appear as though Earleywine will be staying at Mizzou. Why he would want to stay in this mess is beyond me. Different strokes, I suppose.
Ever say a word so much that it loses its meaning?
Reesman, a native of Boonville, Mo., has worked in the Mizzou athletics department since 1993 and was promoted to executive associate athletic director in 2009.
"Sarah will have my full support as she steps into this new role later this week." Foley said.
Hopefully Foley's support doesn't leave for another program before the end of the week.
Something good did happen yesterday, I promise
"They said I could be legendary there, be historic, and be a big piece to their program and help them get a national championship because if I go other players will start coming," Gordon said. "But they need me to start it."
Hearing that from his home-state program meant a lot to him.
"It feels real good," Gordon said. "Knowing that I’m blessed enough to be able to do that for my hometown is amazing."
It would mean a lot to us too, my friend.