Seniors get a nice sendoff in a rout of the Razorbacks. Sack lunches served early and often.
Backs gash Vanderbilt between the tackles...but the defense gives up more than a field’s worth of yards after missed tackles.
Pass game death by a thousand little cuts...and a couple big ones.
Missouri tried to get outside the tackles to fertile ground against Kentucky. It just didn’t work all that well.
Short throws set up big bombs, and the pass rush starts getting home.
The NFL scouts may be onto something when it comes to Drew Lock.
Missed tackles and blown coverages. What, is this September again?
It was a very good day for the Tigers’ linebackers and their freshman tight end. Oh, and Terry Beckner Jr.
Missouri-Tennessee Snap Analysis: Running Off Tackle and Will McBride’s Nightmare Fuel
The Tigers throw a whole bunch of players at the field in another rout.
The Georgia loss signals a youth movement in the Tigers’ secondary...or maybe not.
The Tigers got close against the Wildcats, but there was just enough sloppiness to doom them.
South Carolina forced Drew Lock to hold onto the ball longer, and that was not a good thing for Missouri.
I’ve got 2016 snap counts, and I’m not afraid to use them.
What can recent history tell us about whether experience equals success for Missouri football?
MU’s defense missed fewer tackles than Tennessee’s. The Tigers’ were just more costly.
Missouri’s offense has executed well when up or down big. But when it’s close? Different story.