6. Missouri (7.125 Average) Returning Starters/Contributors: C Evan Boehm Key Losses: OL Max Copeland, OL Justin Britt
11 MIZZOU - Great run stats, terrible sack stats. It's tough to get a read on Mizzou's unit.
6. Mizzou - This is a very experienced offensive line, led by senior Mitch Morse at left tackle. Junior center Evan Boehm has an impressive 26 starts under his belt, having started every game of his college career as the Tigers' offensive anchor.
6. Missouri. Missouri loses standout left tackle Justin Britt, but not much else. Under Gary Pinkel the Tigers usually seem to have solid play up front, and this season won't be any different, even without a lot of star power.
6. Missouri Tigers The Tigers lose talented left tackle Justin Britt but return a lot of talent and depth, led by Evan Boehm, one of the favorites to win the Rimington Trophy.
5. Mizzou. Returns three seasoned starters with possibly the leagues best center Evan Boehem. Pinkel usually has good OLs barring injuries, and I think that continues.
7. Missouri: Although this isn't the 7th most "talented" offensive line in the SEC, coach Gary Pinkel is well known for finding "diamonds in the rough" and "recruiting to his system" and then "coaching them up". And in the end this offensive line will "do what it does".
Ranks per the FullbackU Power-Organizing System
Results according to the SEC Blog Poll
I thought it would be interesting to breakdown these power rankings by divisions
Basically, the consensus is West > East.
|SEC West||SEC East|
|1. Auburn||3. South Carolina|
|2. Texas A&M||6. Mizzou|
|4. LSU||10. Georgia|
|5 Alabama||11. Florida|
|7. Arkansas||12. Vanderbilt|
|8. Ole Miss||13. Tennessee|
|9. Miss St.||14. Kentucky|