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Missouri fifth-year senior corner Kip Edwards has taken on a leadership role for the Tigers. Early this week, he took time to talk with ShowMeMizzou.com about what his team needs to do to get back into the winner’s circle.
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When the Missouri Tigers went into the 2012 college football season by beginning play in the SEC, they had high aspirations. James Franklin was returning at quarterback, and the offense was expected to be explosive. But after a 2-2 start that includes two early conference losses to the Georgia Bulldogs and South Carolina Gamecocks, the winds of change are beginning to swirl in Columbia...
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) Don't ask Missouri coach Gary Pinkel if he has a quarterback controversy.
Pinkel affirmed his support for James Franklin on Wednesday after the quarterback threw for only 92 yards in a 31-10 loss at No. 6 South Carolina over the weekend. Missouri gained 255 yards overall, its lowest output since 2009.
"Generally, any time you look at an offense, especially...
ShowMeMizzou.com caught up with Missouri Tigers offensive line coach Josh Henson on media day to pick his brain about the Tigers recent offensive woes, as well as get his take on his offensive line and how they have been doing in the early going.
On Saturday (11:00 A.M., FSN), the Central Florida Knights (2-1) play host to the Missouri Tigers (2-2, 0-2) in non-conference action Central Florida. We preview the Knights in detail.