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So long, Buggs...

It was becoming more and more obvious toward the end of the season that all five of Mizzou basketball seniors wouldn’t return for next season, even though they had the opportunity to do so with the extra year of eligibility.

In a bit of a surprising move, sort of like Mark Smith’s departure to Kansas State, Drew Buggs has entered the transfer portal — we learned on Wednesday afternoon.

Buggs becomes the sixth player on this season’s roster to enter the transfer portal and the second senior to do so.

Sam Snelling and Matthew J Harris shared their thoughts on Buggs on Twitter dot com.

It’s important to note that Buggs’ transfer doesn’t mean anything scholarship-wise, as Mizzou will still has two more spots to fill.

Moving on, a big congrats to Mizzou Volleyball senior Kylie Deberg, who was named to the SEC Volleyball’s Community Service Team. You can read more about it on MUTigers.com here.

Deberg and Mizzou Volleyball closed the regular season with a four-game winning streak and will take on South Dakota in the 48-team NCAA Volleyball Tournament next Wednesday in Omaha.

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