Receiver has been mentioned as a position of concern for the Tigers, but Missouri receivers coach A.J. Ofodile doesn’t seem too worried.
Kevin Puryear went from program star to role player and finally got to be on a winning Missouri team.
And the defense is approaching peak multiplicity.
Barry Odom expects the sophomore defensive lineman to be fully recovered by the fall.
Jordan Barnett was just as important as any other Missouri Tiger this year, and it showed when he was (and wasn’t) on the floor.
A transfer from Canisius, Robertson was an undeniable positive who helped lift Missouri from a potentially disappointing year.
For players who mostly contributed in practice and on the sidelines, Missouri’s walk-ons provided moments worth remembering.
The Tigers ran out of steam after turning a 22-point halftime deficit into a six-point game.
The Tigers and Eagles will play in Palo Alto on Saturday (2:30 p.m. CT, ESPN2).