As we start a new week, I figured it might be nice to point out what we've written so far about Mizzou's Saturday win, just in case it got lost in the shuffle.
- Josh Matejka: Quick takeaways from Missouri’s 61-21 win over Eastern Michigan
- TheRonDavis: Trio of Tigers Toast Talons of Eagles’ Defense
- Dan Keegan: Tiger Tweet roundup & power rankings - Rock M Nation
- Bill C.: We saw what the Missouri offense is supposed to look like on Saturday
- Zoulogy: Recapping the Missouri Tigers’ 61-21 win over Eastern Michigan
Also: Ron and Tramel did a Facebook Live Q&A after the press conference Saturday night.
A little more from Saturday:
On Saturday, 10 players were targeted, five had more than three catches, the explosive plays came in bunches and two Tigers again finished with 100 yards receiving. Wingo had three catches for 125 yards and a touchdown and Johnson led Missouri with five catches for 115 yards. [...]
Overall, Lock was proud of the receivers’ performances. From his first touchdown pass to Hall for 36 yards to the last, a 13-yarder to Blue Springs South alum Kendall Blanton that Lock called "pretty cool," the receiving core excelled.
It was against Eastern Michigan, yes, but a welcoming performance nonetheless.
"All these guys want it super bad," Lock said, "so it was cool to let them get in the flow of things."
Change is hard
"I sat in my basement and watched every bowl game," Christensen said. "I said to my wife, ‘If we don’t change, we’re going to lose our jobs.’ "
"Go talk to Coach Pinkel," Susie Christensen told her husband.
"He’s not going to change," Dave responded.
"If you don’t, you’re going to lose your job," she said. "Go talk to him!"
Dave listened to his wife, and Missouri changed everything that offseason.
Mizzou Soccer looking good
Head Coach Bryan Blitz recaps the Tigers' emphatic win in their conference opener away against Ole Miss. pic.twitter.com/IdWV9FcrLD— Mizzou Soccer (@MizzouSoccer) September 10, 2016