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Missouri Tigers Football News: Regular Season and Preseason Updates
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4/17/14: The Mizzou football program had a tough week, enough to be a major distraction from spring practices. The team did what could be a first in the SEC: dismissing a star player from the team. After three off-field incidents in the past few months, the team rid themselves of star wide receiver Dorial Beckham-Green. DBG was Mizzou's leading receiver last season (as a sophomore). Two years ago, he was the number one recruit in the country and the Tigers staged a major coup by signing him over more storied programs throughout the country. The dismissal shows that head coach Gary Pinkle's patience can only be pushed so far, even if you are among the best players on the team.
4/10/14: Mizzou figures to look quite a bit different when they take the field this fall in their third season in the SEC. The Tigers are coming off of an SEC East championship and a big win in the Cotton Bowl, bolstered by a strong defense and the most prolific offense in school history. Mizzou will have to replace QB James Franklin (graduation) and running back Henry Josey (NFL). The QB battle will get the attention, and it looks like it is Maty Mauk's to lose. Running back will be another story. Josey's longtime friend Marcus Murphy hopes to get the feature back job. Mizzou is pretty deep on talent these days, so while the names may change, the points should keep coming.
4/3/14: The football players at Northwestern University successfully got a favorable ruling from te National Labor Relations Board, which is their first step in being recognized as employees of the university and forming their own union. Former Mizzou wide receiver T.J. Moe was active on social media last week, following the judgment, and does not think it is a good idea. Moe brings up important points such as medical benefits and taxes, items that could become big hindrances to a unionized college athletic program. Moe believes the system needs to change, but not through unionization. Sometimes, beware of what you wish for.
3/27/14: Mizzou football is back in the media again after being quiet for a few weeks. First the bad side: Two players, cornerback Aarion Penton and safety Shaun Rupert, were arrested for suspicion of possession of marijuana - so time reset the 'days since arrest' clock to zero. The good side was that both Kony Ealy and Michael Sams posted outstanding performance at their pro day. Both improved upon their workouts at the Combine last month. Sams also took out an advertisement thanking the university for their support over the past year. That shines a good light on Mizzou, even if the recent arrests do not.
3/20/14: A funny thing about Mizzou football is how underrated they are. Even after winning the SEC East title last season and playing in the SEC Championship Game, there are still many SEC traditionalists who doubt Missouri can be a true SEC team. Of course, they should look no further than Kentucky or Vanderbilt, and even Tennessee over the last decade before they make that presumption. The Tigers will have a new QB in place next season, and that is likely to be sophomore Maty Mauk. Mauk filled in very well for an injured James Franklin last season, and is actually probably better suited to the Tigers offense.
3/13/14: The Mizzou draft class has been pretty well documented so far this offseason, but that is primarily because of Michael Sam and his announcement. What is getting overlooked is that Kony Easly, defensive end, will probably be a first round draft pick. This is becoming a pattern at MIzzou. He would be the ninth first round pick in the Gary Pinkle era and the fourth defensive lineman taken in the first round from Mizzou sinced 2009. He is not like Sheldon Richardson (from whom he has been getting advice), but more like Aldon Smith - not bad company to be in for the next first round selection.
3/6/14: Several years ago, there was a lot of rumors of Gary Pinkle heading to Washington when that job became open. Pinkle stayed at Mizzou (obviously), and has since led his program into the SEC and into the SEC Championship Game. He was not one of the candidates or hot coaches mentioned when the Texas job was open a couple months ago (though he has recruited well enough in Texas to have merited some interest). A lot of coaches mentioned in that search signed big new contracts. Pinkle now has his extension. It is not a huge increase in terms of dollars, but will take him past 2017.
2/27/14: The University of Missouri football team continues to draw praise for how they handled and supported former linebacker Michael Sam's decision to openly declare his sexual orientation. Sam told the team of his orientation prior to last season, and the team, by all accounts, was supportive and never made an issue of it. While the terms 'support' and 'tolerant' have been used interchangeably, the fact of the matter is that the team respected the decision and never let it become a distraction as they went 11-2 and won the SEC East in their second year in the conference.
2/20/14: Of course the big news coming out of Missouri recently is the announcement that former Tiger and current NFL prospect Michael Sam is set to become the first openly out player. Sam informed his teammates last summer, and they supported him throughout. Sam was the SEC co-defensive player of the year for the 2013 season, and looks to be drafted between the third and fifth round. Of course a lot can change between now and draft day, but it looks like Sam will get his chance to play in the NFL, and there has been an outpouring of support for him.
2/13/14: Mizzou is learning what life in the SEC is all about, one day at a time. The Tigers had another standard football recruiting class this season. There was no Dorial Beckham-Green, or otherwise most prized recruit. Instead, they got quality recruits, though many of them may have been under the radar. That is not a big concern for the Tigers. That is the norm. What Mizzou does well is coach up talent to get their best. Indeed, looking at the guys that have gone pro, it is an impressive group. Expect the same this year from one of the best coaching staffs in the nation.
2/6/14: Mizzou, like everyone else, is finishing up their recruiting season - so this is a busy time of year for Gary Pinkle and his staff. Like past years, Missouri is ranked in the mid 30's for their class. It is tough to compete in the SEC with the likes of Alabama and LSU, as well other powerhouses like Florida State and USC. Two years ago, the Tigers landed the highest ranked prospect in WR Dorial Green-Beckham. He is developing into a great player. What Mizzou has shown, though, is they can get lower ranked players and make them champions, as they did by winning the SEC East last season. They may not have the most heralded group, but this coaching staff knows how to develop talent.
1/30/14: Mizzou has been in the news for all the wrong reasons lately. First, Dorial Green-Beckham was arrested for possession. He was quickly released, leading to speculation that he was not involved. Fellow WR Levi Copelin was arrested last week with a disturbing the peace charge. Fortunately, that is only a Class B misdemeanor. Finally, the school was named in a national report for not taking action on a suicide of a swimmer, which was reported to be triggered by actions of players the football team. The report is speculative in nature, but certainly does not portray the image that the school would like.
1/23/14: Mizzou fans should be excited about 2014. The Tigers won the 2013 SEC East title and have the chance to repeat - if not improve - in 2014. QB James Franklin is gone, so is Kony Ealy and Henry Josey. That does not matter. Maty Maulk is taking over at QB, and he is probably better than Franklin. Additionally, the Tigers have shown they can recruit well both in Missouri and talent-rich Texas. Mizzou fans should expect a more potent offense next season and another year of tenacious defense. The stage is set for them to start a dynasty in the SEC East.
1/16/14: So what does the future hold in store for Mizzou football? The Tigers became an SEC powerhouse in their second year in the conference, winning the East Division, playing in the SEC Conference Championship Game, and beating Oklahoma State in the Cotton Bowl. Mizzou had a great defense this past year and looks to improve next season. They will have to do that without star running back Henry Josey. Josey will enter the NFL draft. One cannot blame him. He missed all of 2012 due to injury and could have been badly hurt by a late hit in the SEC Championship Game.
1/9/14: Mizzou finished off the 2013 season in style with a thrilling rally in the fourth quarter to beat former Big 12 rival Oklahoma State in the Cotton Bowl. OSU tied the game at 17 in the fourth quarter, then Mizzou dropped 24 points of their own to earn a 41-31 point win. QB James Franklin played his last game, and was briefly pulled for Maty Mauk. Mauk is a more dynamic playmaker than Franklin, so the QB position looks secure again. Additionally, star defensive end Kony Ealy announced that he will declare early for the NFL draft.
1/2/13: Mizzou fans have been waiting a long time for a BCS Bowl Game, and they got snuffed out again this season. A few years ago, they beat Kansas (in the Big 12) for the North crown, but lost in the Big 12 Championship Game, Inexplicably, the Jayhawks were awarded a BCS Bowl Game, while the Tigers went to the Cotton Bowl (and demolished South Carolina). It is not as flagrant this year, but one could argue that an SEC division champion should be in the BCS. Instead, the Tigers will have to take out their frustrations on Oklahoma State in the Cotton Bowl on January 3rd.
12/26/13: Mizzou is preparing for the Cotton Bowl on January 3rd outside of Dallas against former Big 12 rival Oklahoma State. However, the school is about to write a $5,000 check to the SEC for a fine received when Mizzou fans stormed the field after the Texas A&M victory. It is a fine that the school is happy to pay, though a second offense is $25,000. The Tigers also agreed to a home and home series against the Perdue Boilermakers for 2017 and 2018. Like many schools, Missouri is looking to bolster their out of conference schedule to help with future strength of schedule ratings.
12/19/13: Congratulations go out to Mizzou's Michael Sam for winning the Southeast Conference Defensive Player of the Year honors. The defensive end became the first Tiger to win a conference defensive player of the year award since 1981. Additionally, cornerback E.J. Gaines, defensive end Kony Ealy, and offensive tackle Justin Britt were named to the first team SEC team. Mizzou missed out on a BCS bowl game, but got the next best thing. They are headed to the Cotton Bowl in Dallas Texas. The Missouri Tigers will face former Big 12 rival Oklahoma State on January 3rd.
12/12/13: Mizzou made it all the way to the SEC Championship Game this season, only a year removed from winning only two conference games in their inaugural season in the SEC. Many SEC experts claimed that both Texas A&M and Mizzou were finesse teams that could not compete in the SEC, but both schools have proved those skeptics wrong. Missouri came in with a top rated defense but had no answers for Auburn's triple option running attack and fell in a shootout. Missouri missed out on a BCS bid as well, but will represent the SEC in the Cotton Bowl.
12/5/13: What a difference a year makes. Mizzou was mocked in 2012 for their move to the SEC and their play did nothing to justify the move. The Tigers won just two conference games last season. But they rebuild the defense in the offseason and now 11-1 Missouri is the SEC East champ and will play 11-1 Auburn in the SEC Championship. A win will certainly earn the Tigers a BCS bowl bid and an outside chance at the BCS title game. Mizzou held off Texas A&M 28-21 in the regular season finale to earn their first division title in the SEC.
11/28/13: Mizzou got another big road win by beating Ole Miss 24-10 last Saturday. QB James Franklin returned to the field after being out for about a month due to injury. Running back Henry Josey posted 195 yards and two touchdowns and Missouri's excellent defense did the rest. The Tigers are still on top of the SEC East and must beat Texas A&M this weekend, at home, to qualify for the SEC Championship Game against either Auburn or Alabama. If they lose, then South Carolina will be the division champ this year. Mizzou is also ranked fifth in the BCS standings now.
11/21/13: The Tigers enjoyed a bye over the weekend, allowing them to prepare for the final stretch of the season. They are ranked in the top 10 in the BCS, largely because of the strength of their defense. More importantly, they lead the SEC East with a 6-1 record. That lone loss came in double overtime to South Carolina. The Gamecocks rallied to beat Florida last Saturday, so we have a dogfight on our hands the rest of the way in. Missouri has one big test left against Texas A&M. If the Tigers can win out, they will win the SEC East and play in the SEC Championship Game, likely against Alabama or Auburn.
11/14/13: The University of Missouri continues to post impressive wins and stayed on top of the SEC East division. Mizzou had a potential trap game against Kentucky, but handled that easily with a 48-17 road win. Wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, who was the number one recruit just two years ago but has not been much of a factor to date, held his coming out party with four touchdown catches. Mizzou has another interesting game this week with a trip to Ole Miss. A win there would guarantee at least a piece of the Eastern Division title with South Carolina.
11/7/13: The Tigers rebounded nicely from their devastating overtime loss to South Carolina last week by routing the Tennessee Volunteers 31-3 last Saturday. Freshman QB Maty Mauk started again for the injured James Franklin and was outstanding with 3 TD passes - including one each to LaDanian Washington and Dorial Green-Brooks. Mizzou still controls their destiny and is in first place in the SEC East. They should move up from their #10 standing since #7 Miami lost to Florida State. With a couple more wins, the Tigers could find themselves in the SEC Championship game in only their second year in the league.
10/31/13: Mizzou hosted South Carolina in an SEC East showdown. They jumped out to a 17-0 lead and looked like they were controlling the game for the first half. However, the offense stalled in the second half and South Carolina put in their starting QB, who sparked the Gamecocks offense. South Carolina forced overtime and came out with the 27-24 double OT win. The Tigers can still win the SEC East and hold a one game lead on the division. They cannot afford to slip up again, and Texas A&M looms at the end of the regular season.
10/24/13: Mizzou was roundly mocked at the SEC Media Days in 2012 by both the media and other SEC schools - and their play in 2012 indicated that those jesters were right on. What a difference a year makes. The Tiger crushed both Vandy and Georgia on the road and exposed Florida as a fraud at home last Saturday with a convincing 36-17 win. The Tigers defense has been solid all year and the team is now 7-0 and moved into the number 5 spot in the polls. They lead the SEC East by two games and host their closest threat, South Carolina, this Saturday.
10/17/13: The University of Missouri football program scored a major victory last Saturday by upsetting the #8 ranked Georgia Bulldogs on the road. A year ago, many were mocking both Mizzou and Texas A&M , claiming they could not compete in the SEC. A&M had a great season last year, and Mizzou is now 2-0 in the SEC this season - with both wins coming on the road. Moreover, both wins - over Vanderbilt and Georgia - were decisive victories. The Tigers knocked off the Bulldogs 41-26 and will surely move up in the polls. The loss knocks the Bulldogs out of national championship contention, and may destroy their hopes for winning the SEC East.
10/10/13: Mizzou posted an impressive victory this past Saturday, with an SEC road win at Vanderbilt. The win puts the Tigers at 5-0 on the season and also gets them into the top 25 for the first time in a few years. Mizzou has looked much better in their second go round in the SEC. QB James Franklin is far more comfortable and running back Henry Josey is doing a better job of rushing. Mizzou cruised to a 51-28 win over the Commodores. The schedule tightens up now, though. Mizzou must head down to Athens, Georgia to face the Georgia Bulldogs. Georgia is ranked in the top ten an survived a scare from Tennessee this past weekend.
10/3/13: Mizzou is 4-0 on the season, but that is not saying much because they have only played one opponent from a big conference. The victory in Indiana was nice, and showed that the Tigers have some playmakers. This past Saturday. Mizzou trounced Arkansas State 41-19 in yet another warm up game. The real season starts this Saturday when the Tigers head down to Vanderbilt for their SEC opener. A win may push the Tigers into the tow 25, while a loss will certainly keep them as an afterthought until they can show they can play in the SEC.
9/26/13: Mizzou passed its toughest challenge of the season so far, going on the road to defeat Indiana 45-28 last Saturday. The win brings the Tigers record to 3-0, though they have not played anyone at this point. QB James Franklin threw two TDs and running back Russell Hansbrough ran in two more. The team was never really tested at all. Mizzou may have one the easiest schedules to start a season and it does not get any more difficult this week. The Tigers host Arkansas State this weekend before starting their SEC schedule on October 5 at Vanderbilt.
9/19/13: Like fellow SEC school Florida, the Tigers had a bye week. After beating up on the Toledo Rockets and Murray State Racers (who knew that Murray became a state?), Mizzou really does not need the time off yet, but that is just how the schedule goes. The Tigers return to action on September 21st. They travel to Bloomington, Indiana to take on the University of Indiana in an SEC vs Big 10 matchup. Mizzou has two weeks to prepare and plenty of talent so this should not be a major test. The Tigers do not open up SEC Conference play until October 5th at Vandy.
9/12/13: The Mizzou Tigers are 2-0 after beating up on the Toledo Rockets in a game that was bought and paid for. The Tigrers beat the Rockets 38-23 in a game that was never really in doubt. Through two games, Tigers' QB James Franklin has thrown for 530 yards and two touchdowns. Mizzou's schedule gets a little harder this week as they travel to Bloomington, Indiana for a Saturday night game against the Indiana Hoosiers. Indiana is 1-1, having lost to Navy this past weekend 41-35. Mizzou should continue their winning streak and get half way to bowl eligible by the time this game is finished.
9/4/13: Taking a cue from several SEC teams, the Tigers scheduled the Murray State Racers for their season opener, and predictably blew them out of the stadium. The final score was 58-14, but give Murray State some credit for keeping it close for the first quarter. The Racers actually held the lead in the early going before Mizzou's talent and depth simply overpowered them. The Tigers have another warm-up game next week when they host the Toledo Rockets. The Rockets played their first game of the season in Gainesville, losing to the Florida Gators 24-6 in an obvious payout game.
8/29/13: Several teams schedule cupcakes in the early part of the season. Since there is no preseason, this give them a chance to get an easy win and work out the kinks. Usually this last two weeks, but the Missouri Tigers has somehow managed to schedule Murray State, Toledo, Indiana, and Arkansas State for their first month. Even after that, they play Vanderbilt, which has improved but is not a national powerhouse. Their first real test should be in mid-October when they travel to Georgia to face the Bulldogs. Hopefully they will be fully prepared by then and be able to challenge UGA.
8/22/13: Tigers' head coach Gary Pinkle has made his official decision, and Mizzou's quarterback will be the same as last year. James Franklin was in competition for his starting job, and has played well enough in spring and summer practices to keep it. The senior did not have a great season last year, Mizzou's first in the SEC, but should be better acclimated this time around. Franklin can play - no doubt about that - but he needs help from the defense so he is not constantly down by 14 points. That may be a tough order in the SEC East, but the team is confident they can improve upon last season.
8/15/13: Mizzou is expecting sophomore Dorial Green Beckham to step into the legacy of heralded Tiger pass catchers this season; players that include Kellen Winslow Sr., Jeremy Maclin, and Denario Alexander. DGB was the most heralded recruit in the nation coming out of high school, and was a major signing coup for coach Gary Pinkle and his staff. DGB was good as a freshman, but not spectacular. With a season under his belt, comfort in his surroundings, and knowledge of the playbook, the Tigers hope he develops into the wide receiver they envisioned, and lead the team to an improved record in the SEC.
8/8/13: Mizzou QB James Franklin is entering his senior season, and is expected to be the starter for the year. However, Franklin did not have a good 2012 season and may be looking over his shoulder at the guys behind him. Franklin caught the fans ire last season by sitting out a game against Texas A&M due to injury. He refused to take any pain medication and that did not sit well with Mizzou fans. But Franklin is looking out for his own best interests, and if preserving his body is a premium, then he should not be criticized for it. In any case, he will have to play better this season or he will finish his last season on the bench.
8/1/13: The Tigers earned their 16th commitment for the 2014 signing class with offensive lineman Sam Bailey. Bailey is from the southwestern area of the state and says he always wanted to play for the Tigers. No precise position has been decided for the 6'5, 225 pound lineman, but it will be on the offensive line. In other news, it looks like it is time for QB James Franklin to take the team on his shoulders. Franklin is a talented young QB, but struggled with the transition to the SEC last season. Here is hoping that he learns from the 2012 campaign and can put together a better performance this season.
7/25/13: As the Tigers get prepared for the second season in the SEC, the team has to be hoping for more success than in their first year. They found out quickly that life in the Big 12 is a lot different than in the SEC, and believe they are better prepared for the heightened crowds and competition this time around. A big question is where wide receiver Dorrial Green fits in. He was the top ranked player coming out of high school, but did not have much of an impact last season. Right now he is on the second team in practice. Perhaps that is just a motivating technique to get the most out of this unique talent.
6/20/13: Mizzou football has seen plenty of great quarterbacks and defensive players come through the ranks, but they rarely have had that game-changing running back. It looks like they may have to wait a little longer now as 2013 recruit Chase Abbington will enroll in junior college for the next season (by the way, how does this school keep getting so many players named 'Chase'). Abbington expects to enroll at Missouri eventually, but in reality he is a free agent. He expects to be courted by any number of teams. Mizzou must do their best to keep him if they want to make a mark in the SEC.
5/9/13: For the second year in a row, Mizzou has landed a top receiver. Last year, it was the famous DGB, who was the top prospect in the country. He had a decent freshman year, but will be expected to do much more this season. This time around, the Tigers got Thomas Richard, who has given the school his verbal commitment. Verbal commitments are not worth too much - players can always change their minds and coaches can always rescind a scholarship offer. But Richard seems firm, wants to play in the SEC, and intends to major in journalism - and Missouri has one of the top journalism schools in the country.
1/10/13: Alabama crushed Notre Dame to win the NCAA football crown - the most prestigious of all collegiate awards. The Crimson Tide rolled through the SEC while Mizzou struggled in its first year in the SEC. But the adjustment to basketball life in the new conference was not nearly as difficult. In their SEC opener, number 12 Missouri steamrolled the Tide 84-68. Mizzou did what stronger and deeper teams do - suffocate a weaker opponent. So while the Tigers may continue to hear the taunts of long-time SEC teams on the gridiron, they have instantly become a favorite for the conference crown in basketball.
12/20/12: Head Coach Gary Pinkle announced promotions for two staff members. Josh Henson will assume Offensive Coordinator duties with the departure of longtime OC Steven Yost. Andy Hill will coach quarterbacks and be an assistant head coach. The Tigers, despite not making a bowl game in their inaugural SEC campaign, have had several great pros from their program, including Will Witherspoon, Jeremy Maclin, Denario Alexander, and Josh Smith. Next season figures to be better for the Tigers, as they get accustomed to the physical nature of the SEC as opposed to the more finesse of the Big 12.
11/29/12: Mizzou played its final game of the season, a predetermined thrashing at the hands of Johnny Manziel and Texas A&M. While A&M earned respectability in the SEC, particularly by beating Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Missouri is still looked down upon, at least in football. The Tigers only managed two conference wins (against Kentucky and Tennessee), and did not earn the required six victories needed to be bowl eligible. Despite all of this, Coach Gary Pinkle claims that he is not making any changes to his staff, though they may want to rethink the spread offense against SEC defenses.
11/22/12: Tigers Head Coach Gary Pinkle has done a terrific job in the past dozen years. He resurrected a mediocre program, and even had Mizzou at No. 1 for a week. He defeated No. 1 Oklahoma on national TV a couple years ago and really brought pride back to Mizzou Football. But the challenge of the SEC may be too much for him. UM has only won two conference games this year (over lowly Kentucky and Tennessee), and now has to beat Texas A&M to become bowl eligible. The Tigers threw away a game against Syracuse, and look like they may be home for the holidays unless they pull off a stunning upset.
11/15/12: Mizzou's introduction to the SEC has not been nearly as pleasant as they had hoped. They started conference play with five straight losses, before finally beating Kentucky and Tennessee. The Tennessee game last Saturday was a thriller, where the Tigers came from behind late to tie the game. Four overtimes later, the stunned crowed at Neyland Stadium left unhappy and facing a winless conference schedule. The Tigers host Syracuse this Saturday and end the season against Texas A&M. Mizzou needs one more victory to become bowl eligible, though they will likely go to a third tier bowl game this season.
The Missouri Tigers play Division I college football for the University of Missouri in the Big 12 Conference. The Tigers play their home games on Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium in Columbia, MO. Missouri is coached by Gary Pinkel. Missouri's main rivals included Kansas, Illinois, Arkansas and Oklahoma.
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The Tigers have been a part of the Big 12 since it was formed in 1996. The Missouri football program began in 1890. At the time, the Tigers were independent of any conference. They joined the Western Interstate University Football Association from 1892 until 1897. From 1964 until 1995, Missouri was part of the Big Eight Conference before finally settling into the Big 12. The program has not won a national title, but has claimed 15 conference titles in its history. The Missouri Tigers have not won a Big 12 title yet, but have won three North Division titles within the Big 12. They most recently won the North in 2010 with a 6-2 conference record. They've also appeared in 28 bowl games heading into the 2011 season.
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