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Mike Anderson is a Program Builder - A Case Study

The St. John’s basketball program in the 21st century has been a far-cry from the successes of the 20th century.

Under legendary coach Lou Carnesecca, the Johnnies made the NCAA Tournament in fifteen of Carnesecca’s final seventeen seasons, advancing as far as the Final Four in 1985. 1,396 more words


What if Nebraska Moved Back to the Big 12? (Part 1)

June 13, 2020 – the day that was scheduled to be the kickoff to the opening weekend of the College World Series. It is here yet there is no college baseball and it appears professional baseball is still more than a month away. 2,264 more words

Big 12 Conference

Ben Davis Playmaker Daylan Carnell Headed to Mizzou

INPrep50 standout player for Ben Davis high, Daylan Carnell took to Twitter with a short film to announce his commitment to play at the University of Missouri. 41 more words

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COVID-19 and Kent State: two sad stories of American history

Kansas’ stay-at-home order has expired. Some businesses have reopened, but many have not.

This was evident today when I went to Hays.

The Wendy’s at the corner of Vine and 43rd north of Interstate 70 was doing quite a business. 816 more words

College Football

Someone hilariously mashed up a Missouri football hype video with Joe Exotic's 'I Saw a Tiger'

In this current state of social distancing and quarantine, odds are you’ve come across the Netflix limited documentary series, Tiger King.

If not, stop what you’re doing and watch now. 194 more words


Webb: Dad was right ... Mahomes pulled it off

A week after my Dad told us he had six months to live, we hunkered down in his house for Missouri’s bowl game, the last of many Tiger football games we watched together through the years. 900 more words

Smith scores 19 points as Missouri beats Illinois 63-56

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A Chicago native, Missouri Tigers guard Xavier Pinson heard an earful from the Illinois Fighting Illini’s fans during the 39th Annual Braggin’ Rights game on Saturday. 874 more words