Looking back at Missouri’s four-overtime win over Tennessee in 2012 and what it ended up saying about future Tiger teams.
#9 Texas A&M vs Missouri 2012 game runs out with 11:00 left in the 4th but final score is 59-29.
An initiation game, viewed from 1 year out.
After three long days, the NFL Draft finally concluded yesterday afternoon, setting into motion a flurry of movement and signing among undrafted free agents. Here's where all of the former Missouri Tigers involved have landed.
Richardson becomes the sixth Missouri player in five years to be picked in the first round of the draft.
How are the new conference rivalries coming along?
Boy, the narrative changed about 28 times in September, didn't it? (Which narrative? All of them.)
Missouri's 2012 season did have some good moment, you know. Not enough of them, mind you, but they did exist. What was your favorite?
And with that, it is officially 2013 in the Mizzou universe.
Gary Pinkel gets fired up, SPOOOOOOOON returns, and Mizzou Hoopsters tweet from the Bahamas.
Awful weekend, but hey ... at least EXPANSIONAPALOOZA™ doesn't make us nervous anymore.
Alright, fellas. Last chance.
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Aggies win, 59-29, and Missouri finishes 5-7.
How will MIzzou respond to last week's crushing disappointment?
Mizzou Hoops survives Stanford, Mizzou Football plans for Johnny Football, Gary Pinkel plans no staff changes, and Mizzou Wrestling is recruiting like crazy. And is still in the MAC. Tee hee.
Major recruit decommits? Check. Media turns on you? Check.
Questions, and prayers, to answer.
In times of trial, you either lean on optimism or pessimism. I lean on Jimmie Hunt and DGB.
Mizzou (at least temporarily) loses a four-star recruit, A&M thinks James Franklin will play, and Mizzou Hoops heads to the Bahamas.
James Franklin is getting better, Sheldon Richardson is back, Earnest Ross is patient, and damn nerds are ruining everything.
Mizzou fans have officially been more awful, ridiculous and bitterly stupid toward James Franklin than they were toward Blaine Gabbert. Congrats, everybody!
Change for change's sake almost never works. Whatever Gary Pinkel does (or doesn't do) to his staff or his team this offseason should be up to him and him alone. And there is not a single easy answer.
Syracuse found a matchup it liked and scored three fourth-quarter touchdowns with it in an upset win.
Win, and you're in. Win, and you're in. Win, and you're in. Win, and you're in.
The numbers have no idea what to do with Missouri at this point. Will they be wrong again?
If KOMU's Ashley Zavala is to be believed, Mizzou running back and return man extraordinaire Marcus Murphy will also miss Saturday's game versus Syracuse.
Sheldon Richardson is evidently still suspended this morning, Elvis Fisher is entering the home stretch, and Mizzou Basketball looks for faster starts.
Per Gabe Dearmond, the junior has been suspended for the Syracuse game.
Tigers fall to 5-6 overall, 3-4 at home.
Mizzou could sooooooooo lose this game.
Syracuse can pass, Eric Waters has a new outlook on life, Danario Alexander is (KNOCK ON WOOD) healthy and happy, and signing day signing day signing day signing day signing day signing day.