Posted August 22, 2013 on
On Thursday afternoon, the Missouri Tigers scrimmaged for the third and final time this fall. The defense outplayed the offense in the unscored competition, as the coaches got a good look at reserves vying for playing time this season.
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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...
Missouri's first foray into the Southeastern Conference didn't go too well -- Tigers faithful were none too pleased with 5-7 -- and Mizzou isn't expected to challenge for a league title this year. But SEC coaches still acknowledge the presence of talent in Columbia. Some, anyway.
The league announced the coaches' preseason All-SEC teams, and five Tigers were named...
The Missouri Tigers continue their search for talented play making wide receivers with an offer to a productive prospect from the state of Tennessee. ShowMeMizzou.com has the latest regarding his recruitment and Mizzou.
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.
In the spring, 6-foot-3 207-pound sophomore defensive back Ernest Payton had moved from corner back to safety. But after Spring Football, Payton told the Missouri coaching staff that he wanted to move back to corner. The move back seems to have paid off.
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.