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Mizzou Basketball is rebuilding, but that’s not a bad thing.

Dive Cuts is BACK with Sam Snelling and Matthew Harris.

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Look what this, ANOTHER podcast from Rock M Radio! Sam and Matt are back with another episode of Dive Cuts. Mizzou Basketball is 3-3 and what should we make of that?

It should be no secret that without Jontay Porter, this is looking like a rebuilding year for Mizzou Baskteball, but there is light at the end of the tunnel and things you should be optimistic about. Scoring might be a struggle this season, that much has been clear, but this team can still lock down defensively to win games.

The Dive Cuts crew gets into that and much more and of course, advanced statistics! Let’s dive in.

Episode Breakdown:

:15 – 12:00: Let’s describe Mizzou Basketball as “growing” for the time being and where they are in a rebuilding process.

12:01 – 17:30: What to make of what we have seen so far, dissecting some of the Temple game, and where Mizzou can go from here.

17:31 – 30:30: Observations from the first 6 games, some thoughts on the rotations, and what’s stood out so far this season and who has stood out as well.

30:31 – 41:00: Let’s turn the attention to the UCF game on Sunday and beyond for Mizzou.

41:01 – END: Final thoughts and be sure to find all of the content Rock M Nation and Rock M Radio has to offer and please rate, review, and subscribe to Rock M Radio today!

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