Posted September 22, 2012 on
Missouri head coach Gary Pinkel and several Missouri players talk after the loss to USC 31-10. Hear what they had to say after the game after falling to 2-2 on the year with their second loss in the SEC this season.
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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) Missouri freshman quarterback Corbin Berkstresser had five minutes to process how he was going to realize a lifelong dream.
Idolizing Corby Jones, the Tigers' signal caller in the late 1990s, Berkstresser grew up running options and throwing to his cousins in his suburban Kansas City backyard. Last Saturday, in only his third collegiate game, Berkstresser...
On late Monday afternoon, Missouri Head Coach Gary Pinkel held his usual media address to answer questions from this past weekend game, any line-up changes or injuries, and to look ahead to the upcoming road trip to UCF.
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel knew there wasn't anywhere else to place the blame for this Southeastern Conference loss.
''Our focus wasn't good enough and that's coaching so that was my fault,'' said a distressed Pinkel after the Tigers' 31-10 loss to No. 7 South Carolina on Saturday.
Missouri had hung tough two weeks back in its first SEC game with...
On Saturday afternoon, the Missouri Tigers participated in their first SEC road game since joining the conference. The end result turned out to be the same as their first SEC home game. Here are some notes and observations on the game.
GamecockAnthem takes a weekly look at a few things to watch for in the upcoming game. This week's edition focuses on the Missouri Tigers as the Gamecocks play return to SEC play in this Eastern division matchup.
The Tigers find their first taste of life on the road in the SEC not so sweet, as on Saturday, the #7/#8 South Carolina Gamecocks (4-0, 2-0) defeated the Missouri Tigers (2-2, 0-2) by the final score of 31-10 in Southeastern Conference action.
Well, we're glad that's clear. There's no confusion now. The past week in CoMo included talk of comas, cortisone shots and the condition of quarterback James Franklin's bum throwing arm... the only thing missing was a guest appearance by Gregory House, M.D.
Missouri beat Arizona State last Saturday, but the real drama came after coach Gary Pinkel's odd comments...