I did not realize it was that lopsided. Let’s keep it rolling.
Trying to bump this thread a bit as we face a “solid” Missouri team tomorrow. They are big, thick, and return nearly 90% of their offense from last year.
Most recently, they lost big, at home, against Tennessee. Well, Tennessee is very good and athletic. But, there’s a difference between Tennessee’s athleticism and Arkansas’s; UT has it all over the court; and they have plenty of 4 and 5 star talent.
Still, this is about Missou. They beat a decent team on the road at Wichita State. They beat a good Illiniois team at home. And they drilled Oregon at a neutral site.
I’m expecting Missou to dominate the Hogs inside, whether or not Smith plays. It will be a completely different game than we had this week at Auburn, requiring a different kind of patience from our Hogs.
Personally, I think a Hog win over Missou will be a big deal. Others might think Missou is not so good, having started its SEC season 0-2, but I think the Tigers are real…as I think so are our Hogs.
Frankly, if I were the other coaches, I’d be a bit worried about the Hogs as an opponent after they bested Aubie on the road, essentially without its strongest player in the paint.
I really don’t like the time for this game. I didn’t know CBS even broadcasted 11:00 AM basketball games. However, it is probably better for us than for MO, the road team.
If Hogs play like they did Wednesday, we win by st least 10. Mizzou can’t shoot. Just guard the lane and let them shoot it.
I was afraid Hogs were not ready for league play. Right now I think they are easily in top three with Tennessee and LSU.
I was “unsure” too, before we played Aubie. I think Aubie’s gonna win some games; so our win on the road is a solid marker.
Eggs Benedict time; sounds good.
5:00 PM in London.
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