Guthrie: Kentrell Brothers commits to Missouri and other notes...
By Robert Przybylo
The OU-Missouri game sealed the deal. You kinda knew Guthrie star Kentrell Brothers was going to wind up at Missouri, just a matter of time.
The time was Wednesday morning as Brothers verbally committed to the Tigers on fellow chum Chris Evans’ GuthrieSportsPage.com
Brothers really developed a bond with Missouri assistant coach Josh Henson after Brothers’ friend, Jared Yost, died last month. The death really hit Brothers hard, but he was trying to move on and cope.
Brothers’ top 5: Missouri (obviously), Washington, Vanderbilt, Tulsa and Arizona State. Congrats to Brothers on his commit and congrats to all other kids who signed today.
- OSSAA notes: If Union and Broken Arrow play in the semifinals, the neutral site will not be Tulsa University. David Jackson said he found out Wednesday morning that the stadium is not available.
- No word on the neutral sites. Jackson said he is pleased with where things are going, but it’s still a wait-and-see process.
- Porum was denied the right to be independent in football for next year. Porum is in Class A, but its numbers have been hit. Since it cannot move to B or C for next year’s districts, the program was hoping to be independent. It was denied by a close 7-5 vote.
- About to hit some signing day stuff at McGuinness and Deer Creek. Apologize to Edmond North’s Elizabeth Donohoe. Would have been there for her signing ceremony but dang OSSAA meeting. You are officially owed a video.
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