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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Kim English
Unlike football, Missouri's transition to the SEC might not be so difficult when it comes to the other marquee sport.
Patrick Stevens breaks down the field of 68
Scott Drew feels badly that conference realignment has wiped away traditional rivalries. He feels terrible that Missouri's departure for the Southeastern Conference means a storied rivalry against Kansas has drawn to a close this season.
Kansas coach Bill Self would love nothing more than to reprise two epic regular-season games against bitter rival Missouri this weekend. The reason is quite simple.
The Big 12 will have a new look in men's basketball next season and not just because Nebraska and Colorado are leaving.
Missouri junior forwards Laurence Bowers and Kim English will return to school to play for new coach Frank Haith next year.
This year's Illinois-Missouri Braggin' Rights clash has a little something extra, the season's first matchup of two 10-win schools.
"We're focused on people in our locker room, the people that support our program, the fans in the state of Missouri," English said. "That's who we want to win the championship for."
Senior guard Kim English, who was hobbled against the Longhorns but still managed 23 points, said he's not concerned about what people think about the Tigers.