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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Ricardo Ratliffe
Unlike football, Missouri's transition to the SEC might not be so difficult when it comes to the other marquee sport.
Norfolk State will be going up against a familiar face in the NCAA tournament.
As a freshman, Marcus Morris was considered by his coach to be a complementary player. That evolved into becoming one of the most consistent performers for Kansas last season.
Ricardo Ratliffe was an eighth-grader before he started playing competitive basketball. It didn't take him long to become a top Division-I player.
"We cannot win any games except for Kansas and we had a great season," Missouri forward Ricardo Ratliffe said, echoing remarks from seasons past.
"Other people noticed I was pretty good before I did," Ratliffe said Monday. "Some of my coaches and friends started telling me I'm getting really good really fast."