Posted August 26, 2013 on
On Monday, Missouri Head Coach Gary Pinkel talked about his team as the Tigers prepare to head into this Saturday's season opener against Murray State. ShowMeMizzou.com has the important take away information on the day.
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Don't be surprised if Missouri quarterback James Franklin seeks the path of least resistance this fall. He's under orders.
The Tigers were 5-7 in their first season in the SEC, their first without a bowl trip since 2004, and it didn't help matters that Franklin missed four starts and was almost never close to 100 percent. He was still recovering from shoulder surgery...
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Is Florida the new Texas?
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel established a Lone Star State pipeline during the Tigers' time in the Big 12 Conference. And for good reason. That's where the talent was. Guys such as linebacker Sean Weatherspoon, passed over by Texas teams that had their pick of top talent, became stars.
Since the Tigers switched to the Southeastern...
A week ago, ShowMeMizzou.com reported on the Missouri Tigers offer to one of the top under the radar prospects in the state of Georgia according to Fox Sports Next's Chad Simmons,and interest in Mizzou following his offer from the Tigers. He just became the second commitment of the day for them.
The Missouri Tigers may be on the verge of adding to their ever growing 2014 football recruiting class. Word broke tonight that Florida back Trevon Walters may have committed, but that may have been a bit premature. Come inside for the very latest on his recruitment.
Talented Washington (MO) 2015 wing prospect Ronnie Suggs made quick work of deciding on where he wanted to play basketball in college following his offer from the Missouri Tigers on Saturday. He spoke with ShowMeMizzou.com about the details being his decision.
Big East Texas QB/ATH prospect Caleb Chumley spoke to ShowMeMizzou.com recently about his offer he received from the Missouri Tigers, and where things stand both between him and Mizzou, along the rest of his recruitment.