Welcome back to another episode of Dive Cuts with Sam Snelling and Matthew Harris. This episode features special guest and talented SEC writer/reporter Blake Lovell. The guys take a look at how head coach Cuonzo Martin has performed so far as well as how Mizzou currently fits into the SEC hoops landscape.
Also, we dive a little into the transfer portal and how some new-look SEC rosters will fair in the upcoming season.
00:00 - 01:50 - Sam and Matt welcome Blake Lovell to the pod!
01:50 - 09:49 - There are a lot of faces in new places. The guys talk a little bit about some new rosters.
09:49 - 13:58 - Blake takes a look back at Mizzou this past year.
13:58 - 23:45 - How has Cuonzo’s time at Mizzou gone and how is the current rebuild and roster going? Also, how much of an impact does cash flow have on college basketball success?
23:45 - 40:46 - Mizzou came into the SEC expecting to be one of the top basketball schools in the conference. The guys talk about what has shifted to make the SEC a tough basketball conference. Where does Mizzou in now?
40:46 - 50:02 - A Cuonzo Martin evaluation.
50:02 - 57:51 - SEC transfer portal and recruiting talk.
57:51 - 1:15:07 - Does Kentucky win the SEC next year? Blake and Sam discuss why that might not be the case and who it could be. Also, an evaluation of some of the teams competing for the top spot.
1:15:07 - End - Be sure to follow Blake for more hoops talk and to subscribe to our podcast!
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