Posted August 17, 2012 on
On Friday morning, the Missouri Tigers returned to the practice field following their second scrimmage of fall camp. The two-plus hour workout in full pads on the Kadlec Athletic Fields was very spirited, and very competitive.
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COLUMBIA, Mo. The cracks toward Missouri's senior citizen on the offensive line are best served cold, with a pinch of recognition and respect. The verbal jabs are swung in honest fun in part because Elvis Fisher, a sixth-year left tackle, enjoys a good grin himself.
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On Thursday morning, the Missouri Tigers held their second scrimmage of fall camp. The defense dominated the day, posting a 16-4 win over the offense. The defense got on top early and stayed there.ShowMeMizzou.com has the most detailed scrimmage report of the day.
On Saturday, the Missouri Tigers closed out their 2012 Pre-Season Camp with a two-hour practice on Faurot Field in shells.Practice will resume on Tuesday afternoon, as the team begins to ready itself for the season opener two weeks from today.
Missouri Tigers senior Wide Reciever Gahn McGaffie had one of the better days by a Tiger receiver during the teams second scrimmage of 2012 pre-season camp. McGaffie spoke to ShowMeMizzou.com following it about his performance and more.