Daniel Jones @daniel_m_jones
COLUMBIA, Mo. – The Missouri athletic department announced the dates for its 2018 football schedule Tuesday afternoon.The 2018 slate will feature Missouri’s first meetings against Tennessee-Martin and Wyoming. It will also include the Tigers’ first trip to Tuscaloosa, Ala.Missouri will continue its annual matchup against Arkansas, though Nov. 24 is the Saturday after Thanksgiving.
Daniel Jones @daniel_m_jones Frustrated and dissatisfied with a 1-2 start and a 32-point home blowout to Purdue, Missouri’s players called a meeting Monday night that initially included coach Barry Odom and eventually became a players-only session.An unlikely voice led the group: freshman linebacker Aubrey Miller.It was a conference to vent frustrations, address shortcomings and raise energy.“Obviously, we’re not happy with our performances the last two weeks,” tight end Jason Reese said....
Daniel Jones @daniel_m_jones If the Barry Odom era of Missouri football hadn’t entered crisis mode before the Tigers’ game against Purdue, it swiftly entered that territory Saturday after the Boilermakers put Missouri through the wringer 35-3.The loss was the Tigers’ most decisive non-conference loss since Michigan State smashed Missouri 55-7 on Dec. 1, 2001.In its first game of the season without defensive coordinator DeMontie Cross, the Tigers’ defense looked like a unit desperately in...
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