Eli Drinkwitz hasn’t gotten much done on the field this year, but his off the field moves are reason to keep the faith.
The Rebs get hit with trash but still manage to move up, the Hogs and Gators sink further, and could Auburn be the best team in the West?
Bye week... wth?
Missouri has as many blue chips committed in the 2022 class as it had from 2016-2020... combined.
When in the midst of a rebuild, there’s always that first group that is fighting to be the change that the program is seeking. Today, we discuss some of the guys currently on the roster who’ll be part of Missouri’s future.
Under Brad Underwood, the Illini’s spirit is unapologetically aggressive, even after some key personnel losses. Can Mizzou extend its winning streak in Braggin’ Rights to four games?
Everything is fixed. Luther Burden is coming to Missouri and all of the momentum is back on the Tigers’ side. Let’s discuss and celebrate!
The Saturday slate for consumption and gamblin’
Just making lists of guys good at defense. It’s not a crime. This is America.
He’s pretty, pretty, pretttttyyyy good.
Is Missouri a NFT? Because it continues to lose value and I have no idea how it works
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.
In this week’s AP Top 25, Georgia remains at No. 1 after their win over Kentucky, while Purdue’s upset win over Iowa shakes things up
Our masthead is feeling the slog of miserable performances, but still found some players to celebrate
Mizzou Links for October 18, 2021.
Mizzou is battling some serious adversity in year two of the Eli Drinkwitz era, but yes, the future is still bright. The challenge part is keeping it all together.
Texas A&M took advantage of plenty of Missouri mistakes and dominated the line of scrimmage on their way to an SEC road win.
Never say it can’t get worse.