Generally I don't really get wrapped up in guys getting in trouble in the offseason - however, I think this is an interesting case. According to a Columbia paper:
Anderson said he recently instituted a zero-tolerance policy after Missouri forward DeMarre Carroll was shot in downtown Columbia in the middle of the night last week. Carroll, Andersonís nephew, was treated and released from a hospital. A transfer from Vanderbilt, he sat out last season because of NCAA transfer eligibility rules.
I mean his "zero tolerance" policy started just a week ago. It'll be interesting if there really is zero tolerance now that his starting center thumped a dude in the skull.
Uhh... I'm guessing he might be off the team now, he is accused not of hitting somebody with the butt of a shotgun and he had another gun in his car. Class all the way there.
I guess it could have been worse than being hit with the butt of the shotgun - he could have hit him with the contents of the shotgun...
Chuck Lidell: I paint my toenails with pink and black polish. Problem is, I get more paint on my toes and on the carpet than on my nails. Any advice? Maria Sharapova: Don't you beat up other guys for a living? I don't know how to answer this.
I don't think losing Grimes is that big of a hit for them though, except in depth, and I guess that is important since they play such an up and down style. I think Leo Lyons can easily replace his production.
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