More TV info for Mizzou Hoops
CBS Sports College Basketball has announced their broadcasting schedule for the upcoming 2021-2022 season, and it involves some Mizzou basketball games awaiting a TV destination.
CBS Sports Announces 2021-22 College Basketball Schedule Across Multiple Platforms,— CBS Sports PR (@CBSSportsGang) November 2, 2021
Featuring Key Rivalry Games, Top Conferences and Marquee Programs
Release: https://t.co/ES7EZXfs8y pic.twitter.com/FKw5z0kFw8
Mizzou’s game against SMU in the Jacksonville Classic on Sunday, November 21st will be televised on CBS Sports Network and will tip-off at 7:00 p.m. CST (or 30 minutes after Florida State vs Loyola Marymount). On that following Monday, the consolation and championship games will also be on CBS Sports Network.
Looking at Missouri’s schedule on MUTigers.com, there’s only one game that doesn’t have a TV/streaming spot yet, and that’s December 2nd at Liberty. (Gleeful editor’s note: does that mean it’s canceled?)
And Missouri Football’s 2022 recruiting class picked up some welcome news on Tuesday. According to Iowa recruiting reporter Blair Sanderson from Rivals, 2022 three-star offensive lineman from Lee’s Summit North Armand Membou is sticking with his commitment to Mizzou.
Membou was offered by Iowa recently, and there was some chatter that the Hawkeyes might be able to flip him. Well....not anymore!
Sanderson also notes that Membou plans to enroll early.
Membou is indeed enrolling early— Blair Sanderson (@BlairRIVALS) November 2, 2021
With Membou staying committed to Mizzou, it probably doesn’t hurt Missouri’s chances in their pursuit of his offensive lineman teammate Cayden Green, who is a four-star and the No. 1 player in the state of Missouri for the 2023 class. Hey, you never know!
M-I-Z! Onto the links!
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- A huge, well deserved congrats to Tyler Badie, who was announced as a Captain for the rest of the season, joining Connor Bazelak and Martez Manuel. Man....where would this team be without him?
- Congrats to Barrett Banister, who has been named a Burlsworth Trophy nominee. Read more here on MUTigers.com!
Barrett Banister (@BanisterBarrett) is a Burlsworth Trophy nominee❕— Mizzou Football (@MizzouFootball) November 2, 2021
Eight of Banister’s 17 receptions have been for first downs❕
https://t.co/QpOx1ePpif@BurlsworthTrust x #MIZ pic.twitter.com/11LKmcAYv0
- According to Sports Illustrated Kevin Sweeney’s college basketball rankings from 1-358, Mizzou barely cracks the Top 100 at No. 97 and 12th in the SEC.
- Get to know Mizzou Women’s Basketball sophomore center Jayla Kelly!
- Mizzou Soccer has picked up an in-state commitment from Keegan Good. Nice work by new head coach Stefanie Golan!
I am so excited to announce that I have verbally committed to continue my soccer career at the University of Missouri!! I can’t thank my coaches, parents, and teammates enough! Go tigers!! #MIZ #TakeTheStairs ⚽️ pic.twitter.com/g5QzdENZ7h— Keegan Good (@keeganmgood) November 2, 2021
- KSDK’s Frank Cusumano with some insight on Mizzou target Miles McVay:
This is Miles McVay, a 6-7 340 pound OT from East St.Louis. One service has him as the 4th ranked junior at his position. He tells me today @MizzouFootball communicates with him every day. 27 offers including Alabama and Georgia. Miles is tight Luther Burden. pic.twitter.com/A6Vt4oGn06— Frank Cusumano (@Frank_Cusumano) November 2, 2021
More thoughts on McVay. His father went to Mizzou. He is a very good student and Coach Sunkett calls him the best offensive tackle he has ever had. In addition to his regular weight lifting schedule, he works with a trainer also. @MizzouFootball @ksdknews— Frank Cusumano (@Frank_Cusumano) November 2, 2021
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