Dennis Gates made good on his reputation for recruiting the JUCO ranks. What can Mizzou fans expect from this approach?
In his first few months at Mizzou, Dennis Gates has almost entirely upended the roster. How does that translate to next season?
Increasingly, the transfer portal has become a go-to for coaches looking to quickly retool a roster. But Missouri’s new head man found success through a different market.
While Sam and the Matts recorded a conversation about coaching candidates, news broke about Dennis Gates and Mizzou.
Maybe everyone — administrators, fans, and a certain online search committee — has been neglecting a fantastic option in a coach that overhauled North Texas.
We know why you’re here. You watched Murray State and San Francisco. You know you want Todd Golden or Matt McMahon. Vote away. Oh, and Chris Holtmann faces Thad Matta.
Dana Altman owns a stellar resumé but is costly. What if there is a successful candidate with an affordable buyout? What if MU could poach Ohio State’s head man?
Todd Golden’s elevated San Francisco over three seasons, but he didn’t do the heaviest lifting for the Dons. Meanwhile, Jeff Linder’s a rebuild specialist, but will that process — especially recruiting — scale up?
Kyle Smith’s quietly deployed a Moneyball approach to make over Washington State, arguably the toughest high-major job in the country. Or do you want to bet on an unknown coming out of nowhere?
Kevin Willard steadily remade Seton Hall into a rugged defensive outfit in the Big East — and did it on a relative shoestring. Dana Altman’s taken Oregon to a Final Four, but is he itching to get back to his Midwest roots?