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PODCAST: Missouri is bad, so let’s see some of the future out there. Also, Luther Burden is good. We need him.

Nate and BK discuss the current state of the program, how many current rostered will be in the NFL one day, and talk about Luther Burden.

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NCAA Football: Texas A&M at Missouri Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports

Welcome back, Tiger Fans to another episode of Before the Box Score with Nate Edwards and Brandon Kiley. Well, Mizzou lost to A&M and it doesn’t look like a bowl game is in the Tigers’ near future. So, should Drink be focusing on the younger guys?

Also, Luther Burden is set to commit this week. It’s down to Mizzou, Alabama, and Georgia. Who will it be?

Episode Breakdown:

00:00 - 02:20: Welcome to the podcast!
02:20 - 06:06: Missouri is just a bad football team.
06:06 - 09:55: This is probably the worst defense Mizzou has ever fielded in the history of football at Mizzou.
09:55 - 21:22: Let’s talk a little about the young guys. With where Mizzou is at in the season, should we be seeing more of the future on the field? Especially at quarterback?
21:22 - 25:30: How many future NFL players are on this current roster?
25:30 - 37:15: With what we know at this moment, what might the future hold?
37:15 - 43:29: Time to talk about that defense again.
43:29 - 55:01: Luther Burden time.
55:01 - END: Wrapping up!

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