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Mizzou wide receiver T.J. Moe stole the show at SEC media day on Tuesday. - (Photo credit: Wikipedia) The University of Missouri is entering their first season in the SEC. The SEC does not know Mizzou very well and Mizzou does not know the SEC very well either. Not yet at least. On Tuesday at the SEC media day, Mizzou wide receiver T.J. Moe did his best to help introduce the SEC to Mizzou. Moe, who is from O'fallon, Missouri, was named to the third team preseason All-SEC team last week, but is coming off a disappointing season that saw him catch just 54 balls for 649 yards and four touchdowns. Moe will look to regain the form of his sophomore season this year and as evidenced by some of the things he said at SEC media day, looks to be brimming with confidence as he enters his senior year. Moe stole the show, providing plenty of high quality, funny, and entertaining quotes about how great it is to be in the SEC, how Mizzou fits into the conference, and how he feels about...
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HOOVER, Ala. Shortly after Tigers senior receiver T.J. Moe entered a large ballroom here at the Wynfrey Hotel late Tuesday afternoon for his introduction to SEC Football Media Days, Moe surveyed the large crowd.
As reporters jockeyed for position, Moe took note.
"It's serious here,'' said the wide receiver. He then offered a memorable follow-up when told everything...
ST. LOUIS Let the games begin.
Missouri's Southeastern Conference debut under the lights at Memorial Stadium against Georgia is more than seven weeks away. But don't allow the calendar to fool you. The Tigers are under inspection now. The magnifying glass of the country's elite league was focused on coach Gary Pinkel, cornerback E.J. Gaines, wide receiver T.J. Moe and...
HOOVER, Ala. Gary Pinkel enters the gym before hisplayers each morning at 5:30 a.m.
It's a personal drive that has made an impression on the Missouri Tigers, whoheaped praises on their head coach behind the microphones at SEC Media Days.It's a contagious energy.
"He's disciplined himself, and that carries on into our footballprogram," senior wide receiver...
While the Missouri Tigers will enter pre-season camp with three very talented scholarship Quarterbacks on the squad, all eyes will be on returning starter James Franklin and his health as he returns from injury that cut his spring short.
Missouri head coach Gary Pinkel and his players exuded a confidence that was omnipresent during their media day session Tuesday. It's that type of attitude that could bring them quite a bit of success in their first season in the SEC.
The Missouri Tigers will head to pre-season camp without star RB Henry Josey who is still recovering from injury, however, Kendial Lawrence leads a group of talented running backs, including some backs who will shocase their skills in camp.