Hibbler is one of many in-state prospects that Eli Drinkwitz has made a point out of targeting
With the departure of star linebacker Nick Bolton, Mizzou is in search of a new leader at linebacker
Following a trying season, the depth and experience on the defensive line is the best it has been in a while for Mizzou
With DeMarkus Acy, Albert O and Johnathon Johnson still not completely healthy, Missouri is rolling with the co-starter approach.
Johnathon Johnson has also been listed as a starter both of the past two weeks, yet he hasn’t seen the field in either.
With no major changes to this week’s depth chart, the Tigers seem content with running it back with the same group as Florida comes into town.
Barry Odom said Kelly Bryant was day-to-day last week, and Bryant admits he isn’t fully healthy just yet.
No real changes for Missouri’s depth chart this week, which means the Tigers will be hoping for bounce back performances throughout the roster against the Wildcats.
Johnathon Johnson struggled returning punts early Saturday and was replaced by Cade Musser, and now Musser will share punt return duties with the returning Richaud Floyd.
Since Cale Garrett has been ruled out indefinitely with a pectoral injury, Cameron Wilkins takes his spot at the top of the depth chart at middle linebacker.
After being sidelined since spraining his elbow in the first practice of fall camp, Trajan Jeffcoat is back on the depth chart and looking to make an impact.
An injury won’t keep Yasir Durant out of this week’s depth chart, and two young linemen earn increased roles.
No major injuries means nothing has changed on the Tigers’ depth chart as Missouri awaits its date with SEMO.
Only one change was made to the two-deep this week, so the Tigers will be relying mostly on bounce-back performances against the Mountaineers.
Even with the new 4-2-5 defense, Cale Garrett’s spot as the lead linebacker is cemented