Mizzou landed a commitment from Aidan Shaw and CDot is here to talk about the golden era of KC hoops.
It’s not often a power conference team travels to Lynchburg to take on the Flames, but Missouri has chosen to do just that.
With a prime target now in the fold, the Tigers can also turn their attention to the 2023 recruiting cycle.
Aidan Shaw’s commitment provides Mizzou with a top-end talent it’s long coveted in Columbia.
Amid a coaching scandal and a pandemic, Isaac Brown and the Shockers exceeded expectations. Now, with four starters back, they’ll pose a stiff test when they visit Columbia.
Round two of the Jacksonville Classic will be a tough matchup no matter who the Tigers face.
Led by Kendric Davis, a returning 19 ppg scorer, the Mustangs will be the Tigers first real test of the season.
In a season of transition, the Tigers aren’t ducking difficult non-conference tests, but early opponents like the Huskies build in a softer start.
The guys break down the non-conference state and Sam gives his thoughts on his least favorite human coach.
Despite close proximity, the series history isn’t very deep
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It’s not hard to see why Missouri’s search committee found Reed-Francois to be such an impressive candidate. But, as she said, her actions will speak louder than her words.
The East St. Louis point guard is a perfect avatar for recruiting during the pandemic. For Mizzou, his tools were too tantalizing to pass up.
It’s that time of year, who is in YOUR top 8?
Between conference alignment and a new athletic director, pressure is mounting on Cuonzo and staff.
The Tigers might be facing some familiar foes after years apart.
No program was spared from churn, and some fared better others. Kentucky, Alabama, LSU, Florida? Not so bad. Georgia? Not so much.
At Kansas State, the guard saw two seasons go awry. Now, his toughness and athleticism might be vital assists for a Missouri roster in a state of flux.
We’re not expecting a big class, but this is a good start.
The Flyers point guard saw his stock elevated during team camps in June, and the Tigers quickly locked down their first commit of the 2022 cycle.
The NCAA officially allows college athletes to get paid and the guys talk the recent news in Mizzou hoops recruiting.
I mean, when Brett Kavanaugh is dunking on you it might be time to change course.
As the 4-star Blue Valley product starts his visit, let’s discuss why he might be Cuonzo’s most important recruit.