Found September 02, 2013 on
Missouri Tigers head coach Gary Pinkel had never given out a game ball to an individual player after a game in his 35 years of coaching. On Saturday night, he changed that by giving a game ball to running back Henry Josey who rushed for 113 yard on 13 carries in his first game action since November 3rd, 2011. On that day he suffered a gruesome knee injury that many thought would end up being a career ending injury. This was a truly awesome moment, especially when you see the entire team go crazy for Josey.
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The Missouri Tigers football team, led by head coach Gary Pinkel, kicked off the 2013 campaign in exactly the fashion many expected Mizzou too with a blowout victory over Murray State.
It is a big season for Pinkel and the Tigers as they enter their second year in the SEC conference and after posting just a 5-7 record a season ago, Pinkel is on the hot seat a bit with pressure needed...
We’re only one game deep, but it seems like these players are on pace for much-needed rebound seasons. We’ve seen each one of these players show their stud potential over their careers, and luckily for their teams, this was the case in week one. James Franklin (QB, Missouri) Two seasons ago Franklin was a dangerous sophomore. He threw for 2,872 yards and 21 touchdowns while rushing...
The easiest way to say it is this ...
If you spend 10 minutes reading this notebook, the Mizzou offense could make that effort look lazy by running 36-plus plays.
"Our players are tired," Mizzou coach Gary Pinkel said with a chuckle after the Tigers beat Murray State on Saturday.
The clip (3.67 plays per minute) is how fast the Tigers cruised in the first half this weekend...