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The Missouri Tigers have targeted the wide receiver position and seemingly have place a lot of importance on it for their 2014 football recruiting class. ShowMeMizzou.com has the latest on a big receiver they have targeted.
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Right, how does one say this about Missouri? In 2013, it's quite difficult to say that they were goddawful, bearing in mind that they had two more SEC victories than Auburn (two), and took a National Championship frontrunner to the hilt (Florida), but at times, they really did look like men against boys. This year Missouri will be looking for a vast improvement on their 5-7 year...
The Missouri Tigers have extended an offer to a highly coveted defensive standout from the state of Florida, who shares his thoughts about both it, and the Mizzou football program, which is where his favorite player came from.
The Missouri Tigers football program has gone fishing again down in the state of Georgia to try and land an standout athlete that they feel can help them on the defensive side of the ball as part of their 2014 recruiting class.
The Missouri Tigers are known for their development and placing of defensive linemen in the NFL, along with their family atmosphere. That along with the prestige of possibly playing in the SEC has Williams high on Mizzou.
On Wednesday, the Missouri Tigers took to the grass practice fields in helmets and shoulder pads for their final workout in preparation of Thursday's final scrimmage of the 2013 pre-season.
In 90-degree heat on Tuesday afternoon, the Missouri Tigers practiced for over two hours in full pads on the Kadlec Athletic Fields as their practices moved to afternoons the week before game week.