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G. P. Galloway has spent the last 20 years as director of marketing for companies in Charlotte, North Carolina, as well as founder of Professional Resource Marketing.

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Missouri forward Laurence Bowers has a sprained MCL in his right knee and will miss the Ole Miss game on Saturday as well as Georgia on Jan. 16.  An MRI confirmed the injury that occurred Tuesday night during a collision under the basket with teammate Phil Pressey. Bowers leads the 10th-ranked Tigers with a 17-point average and is second with seven rebounds per game. The injury will be reevaluated at the end of next week.

Recruiting: Who we lead on – Laquon Treadwell, Robert Nkemdiche, Kailo Moore, Mitch Parsons, Jeremy Tyler, Quinton Lane, Jarran Reid, Zach Witchett, DeMarquis Polite-Bray, Patrick Pettis, Reid Humphreys, and Derrian Johnson. Some of those we may not take based upon how the dominoes start to fall.

Who we still need to work on – Derrick Green, Laremy Tunsil, Montravius Adams, Antonio Conner, Denver Kirkland, Elijah Daniel, Austin Golson, Shaq Wiggins, and Corn Elder, Look for this staff to get 3 or 4 of these.

Tennessee has given us fits over the years, so it was great to go up there and get a win. Marshall Henderson scored a career high 32 in the SEC opener for both teams, The 92-74 score was big for the Rebs because it was against the 2nd stingiest D in the league at 59 points a game. The Rebels had lost 11 straight time in Knoxville over a period of 22 years. Jarvis Summers scored 16 points, Murphy had 15 points and 12 rebounds while Buckner had 13 points and 15 rebounds. Love the fight in this Rebel team.This win gives us a lot of confidence going into the game Saturday at the Tad Pad with Missouri. With Marshall leading the SEC in scoring and out bigs giving us double doubles nearly every time out this team can go places.

There’s a  Giants-Broncos matchup at MetLife Stadium in 2013 pitting Eli against Peyton. At least Archie and Olivia don’t have to decide which game to attend. Think this one ends up on prime time?

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