Mizzou's really come on late, but mostly against the weak sisters like us. I wonder how well that pressing approach will work after teams see it for a year or two.
K-State does not have the prestige that half the schools in the Big XII have for basketball. You'd have to go back to Lon Kruger's coaching days at K-State to see any real success.
Huggins is a proven winner, but also damaged goods. Even at Cincinatti, the class he is bringing in would be outstanding.
If you were a four or five star recruit, what would somebody like Huggins have to say to convince you to go to K-State?
It is either A & M or Kstate in my book. Kstate may increase their win totals and make news doing it, but how many of their players will actually graduate or even stay out of trouble. Time will tell, but they are getting some quality talent next season, kind of makes a guy wonder who is ponying up the money for them to come there.