Posted August 03, 2012 on missouri.scout.com
It was a quick turnaround as the Missouri Tigers resumed fall camp early Friday morning with a two-hour practice in helmets and shorts. ShowMeMizzou.com was there and has insight and analysis from the second day of pre-season camp.
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