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  • Mizzou's Kevin Puryear: 'Every school wants talented freshmen, so I'm excited'

    Missouri junior forward Kevin Puryear talks about the start of summer workouts and the exciting new additions to the men's basketball program, which has stirred optimism among the Tigers' fan base. Mizzou expects to be much improved from last year's 8–24 record.

Mizzou's Kevin Puryear: 'Every school wants talented freshmen, so I'm excited'

Missouri junior forward Kevin Puryear talks about the start of summer workouts and the exciting new additions to the men's basketball program, which has stirred optimism among the Tigers' fan base. Mizzou expects to be much improved from last year's 8–24 record.
Tod Palmer The Kansas City Star