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Blaine Gabbert’s departure to the NFL was not a shocker, but did make for some interesting competition coming into 2011. His little brother, Tyler, was battling it out with preseason favorite James Franklin to see who would take over as starting QB. Not only was the starting QB spot up for grabs, the RB position was also in a state of flux going into fall camp. Luckily, some standout performers emerged to have fantastic seasons for the Missouri Tigers. James Franklin and Henry Josey came out of nowhere to lead the 30th ranked scoring offense in the nation to another stellar season.
Biggest Surprise- Henry Josey, Sophomore Running Back
With the Tigers returning their top three rushers from last season, and nobody really distinguishing themselves as a legitimate starter, it was difficult to select one a fantasy option. Boy, were we wrong. Not only did Josey rush for over 1,100 yards on the season, he did it with three games to spare. Josey suffered a devastating leg injury...
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Missouri is continuing to push their brand into the SEC, this time with a video covering most of major sports. They’ve already done so with a billboard in the middle of SEC country. There are a lot of opinions on whether or not Missouri will be successful in football in … Continue reading …
Missouri will unveil new helmets at their spring game this season. The block M that has been on the helmet since for 40 years will be removed. Pinkel stated that the changes to the uniforms were very well received by recruits and current players. Pinkel said the following to STLToday.com about the helmets “I would like to think people know … Continue reading …
It's no secret that one of the most damaging aspects of the recent conference realignment in college sports is the ending of longstanding rivalries. The Big 12 has felt the sting of this more than any conference with the loss of four teams over the past two seasons. Two of the biggest lost rivalries in the conference - and in college sports for that matter - will be Texas and...
The Missouri Tigers have been very selctive regarding who they have been targeting and extending early offers to for the 2013 recruiting class. ShowMeMizzou.com talks with a top defensive back target who shares his thoughts on his Tiger offer and plans to visit.
The Missouri Tigers have been on a tremendous roll receiving commitments from some of the top in-state prospects for the class of 2013. Tonight they picked up another of the very best the state has to offer...
The Missouri Tigers are pretty selective when it comes to targeting Tight End prospects that they feel can come in and play in their version of the spread offense. Ohio prospect A.J. Branisel shares his thoughts on his recent Mizzou offer.
On Tuesday afternoon, the Missouri Tigers opened spring football 2012 with a light practice in shorts and helmets on Faurot Field. ShowMeMizzou.com has the first report of Mizzou's spring ball journey.
On Thursday (6:00 P. M., Big 12 Network), the #5 Missouri Tigers (27-4, 14-4) begin postseason play in the Big 12 Tournament as the number two seed at the Sprint Center in Kansas City.
Heading into spring football of 2012, the Missouri Tigers return both starters at cornerback, but will be looking for depth. While at safety, it looks like there will be wide open competition to fill those spots.
The Missouri Tigers appear to have made the short list of one of the most highly regarded and coveted defensive line prospect coming from the Lone State State in the class of 2013. He tells us about where Missouri fits in with his recruitment.