Kelly Bryant may be the newest face in Missouri’s huddle but he appears to already be fitting in nicely with his new teammates in Columbia.
If you missed the news last week, Barry Odom came out and named Bryant the team’s starter at quarterback before spring practice even opened up in Columbia. Whether that was done to keep Bryant from leaving the program, Missouri seniors are permitted to leave without penalty due to the recent postseason ban handed down by the NCAA, or if Odom informed the quarterback he would be starting during his recruitment, it appears Missouri’s coach isn’t the only one impressed by the graduate transfer from Clemson.
During a recent video interview with Mizzou Athletics, Missouri running back Larry Rountree was discussing the first day of spring camp in Columbia when Bryant interrupted the video to troll his new teammate. To Rountree’s credit, he got right back into rhythm despite Bryant’s best effort to disrupt him.