Interesting comments here concerning the prospective coaches when we were in the market. The idea that the western division might be too tough is short-sighted. Missouri came into the SEC at a period of unusual weakness in the east. And I must say, a time of unusually chronic weakness for the Razorbacks, considering we are a permanent cross-division rival (pending the entry of UT and OU now, and that won’t help Mizzoo). Tennessee will not stay down and certainly has more potential than Missouri. Georgia and Florida, even with its current coaching upheaval, will always outclass the Midwestern interloper. Kentucky is showing signs of football support. South Carolina is in a tough spot, competing against a strong in-state school and neighbors all around. After OU and UT join the party, realignment could change things, but Mizzoo still is not an SEC school. They have a definite Midwestern character. West Virginia or Virginia Tech, to add to the east might be a better fit. To revisit my original thought, Missouri fans must have felt they wandered into the Garden of Eden the first couple of years. Now reality has bitten. On Friday I hope it bites hard. If it is true their defensive backfield is depleted, it very well could. Have I said before I don’t like them? I had to live among them and left ASAP. An arrogant bunch, moreso without cause exceeding the Aggies. Truth. I have shown my hand. It’s personal.