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SBN Reacts: Still good around here

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Reviews on the Mizzou Football and Basketball teams are still positive, we also take a WILD stab at the National Championship game.

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Welcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across the NCAA. Each week, we send out questions to the most plugged in Missouri Tigers fans, and fans across the country. Sign up here to join Reacts.

We’re all feeling pretty good around here with 2021 underway. Confidence is high in both the basketball and football teams.

Mizzou basketball has climbed into the AP’s top 15 (despite a few more recent bumps). With that start, fans are understandably excited. According to the most recent SB Nation Reacts survey, 92 percent of Missouri fans believe the team is headed in the right direction. That’s up a few notches from 90 percent last week.

As the team goes on pause due to some positive COVID tests, Mizzou is still squarely in the mix for a good NCAA tournament seed thanks to their four Quad 1 wins. Any bump in confidence comes the same week news broke that could play a big role in Missouri’s postseason life. The NCAA announced the entirety of the NCAA Tournament would be played in and around Indianapolis.

According to college basketball fans around the country, roughly two-thirds of fans think playing all of March Madness in Indianapolis is a good idea. Having all 64 teams in one area will be different, but it could also be a lot of fun seeing games in more traditional basketball environments like Hinkle Fieldhouse.

Anyone hoping the basketball season goes a little smoother than the football season have already been rudely interrupted. However, after reaching the Music City Bowl, fans are feeling good about the program heading into the offseason. 94 percent of Missouri fans are confident in the team, down slightly from 98 percent last week but up from 90 percent two weeks ago. Really, Mizzou fans? Lol. Let’s land a few more high level transfers and get that back up to 100!

This year’s bowl season was anything but traditional. However, fans voted the dominant Ohio State victory over Clemson in the CFP semifinal as the strangest event of the bowls.

With the win Ohio State advanced on to play Alabama in the CFP National Championship. According to nearly two-thirds of college football fans, Alabama will win another championship.

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