Before we dive headfirst into basketball season, I've compiled a list of the Top 10 moments from a Mizzou football season chocked full of them. Each day, I'll unveil another moment until we culminate with the single most memorable moment from the 2007 season.
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-- Missouri ended all kinds of droughts in its 2007 season. Although no one was clamoring for it to be 1982 again (I'll take 12-2 over 5-4-2 any day), in late November, Jeremy Maclin provided a blast from the past. With the Kansas game looming, Maclin's kickoff return for touchdown, Mizzou's first since Ricky Doby in 1982, was a 99-yard, one-finger salute to the "trap game" Tiger fans were scared of all week. Maclin's big day gave him the NCAA record for all-purpose yardage by a freshman, and more importantly, helped set up Armageddon at Arrowhead one week later.
- Coming tomorrow