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PODCAST: A recruiting comparison, Mizzou sports edition.

Mizzou football is having a hot streak. How do football and basketball recruiting compare?

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Welcome back to another episode of Dive Cuts with Sam Snelling and Matthew Harris. It’s the offseason and there isn’t a lot going on. Unless you’re the Mizzou football team.

In this episode, Matt and Sam talk about the current recruiting targets, look back on recent recruits and misses, and discuss football recruiting versus basketball recruiting.

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Episode Breakdown:

00:00 - 01:45 - It’s the offseason and there isn’t a lot going on in Mizzou hoops at the moment.
01:45 - 13:04 - Matt and Sam talk recent visitors as well as recruiting.
13:04 - 24:15 - Mizzou football is staying hot on the recruiting trail. How much of it relates to the school’s investment into each program? Matt and Sam talk about Cuonzo’s recruiting history at Missouri as well.
24:15 - 31:05 - The guys talk a little about the new roster and Cuonzo’s skill of identifying and evaluating talent before everyone else does.
31:05 - 45:07 - The basketball guys talk like football guys as they compare football recruiting to hoops.
45:07 - END - Stay tuned for recruiting news and be sure to follow all our socials!

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