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***Official 2012-13 Mizzou football repository thread***

I figured it was time to start the new version of this...

2012 Schedule
April 14: Spring Game
Sept. 1: SE Louisiana
Sept. 8: Georgia
Sept. 15: Arizona State
Sept. 22: at South Carolina
Sept. 29: at Central Florida
Oct. 6: Vanderbilt
Oct. 13: Alabama
Oct. 20: OPEN
Oct. 27: Kentucky*101st HOMECOMING*
Nov. 3: at Florida
Nov. 10: at Tennessee
Nov. 17: Syracuse
Nov. 24: at Texas A&M

Still three games to be released here. I'd expect a mid-major in the Sept. 1 game, a FCS team on Sept. 29, and another mid-major on Nov. 17 (to get a November home game on the schedule).

Committed Recruits:
A list of all players committed to Missouri for the 2013 recruiting class.

*** LB Joe Burkett, Jefferson City
*** ATH Aarion Penton, Christian Brothers (St. Louis)
*** ATH Anthony Sherrils, Hogan Prep (Kansas City)
*** OC Alec Abein SLUH (St. Louis)
**** ATH Chase Abbington, Fort Zumwalt South (St. Louis)
*** OL Harneet Gill, Francis Howell (St. Louis)
*** QB Trent Hosick, Staley (Kansas City)
*** WR J'Mon Moore, Elkins (Missouri City, Tx) Soft verbal - still looking around
*** OT Clay Rhodes, Stillwell (Kansas City)
*** DT Antar Thompson, Richmond Heights (St. Louis)
*** LB Eric Beisel, Rockwood Summit (Fenton, MO).
*** DT A.J. Logan, Rock Bridge (Columbia, MO)
*** QB Eddie Printz, Lassiter (Marietta, GA)
*** DE Nate Crawford, West Florida Tech (Pensacola, FL)
*** DE Marcus Loud, Wheatley (Houston, TX)
*** DT Josh Augusta, Peoria (Peoria, IL)
*** TE Jason Reese, Trinity (Euless, Tx)
*** S SHaun Rupert, Carver (Montgomery, AL)
*** S Duron Singleton, Fresno CC (Fresno, California)
NR DE Charles Harris, Liberty Prep (Kansas City, MO)





Season Notes:
New uniforms to be unveiled at the Spring Game on April 14.

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Old 12-03-2012, 02:20 PM   #1306
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Yes, especially if the OC brought in is more passing minded.

I'm a huge fan of Mauk (have been hearing about him for years thanks to a contact in Ohio who works in the industry) and think he has a chance to be a very special player.

I like what a healthy Franklin brings to the table, but at this point, Mauk will get a chance to compete for the job.

If the new scheme is pass-heavy, it will be Mauk, IMO.
Do you think that would mean a position switch for Franklin?
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Old 12-03-2012, 02:20 PM   #1307
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Old 12-03-2012, 02:30 PM   #1308
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Do you think that would mean a position switch for Franklin?
No. He would play out his senior year as the backup. He's not fast enough to play WR and I doubt he'd work as a RB.

I could see using him in certain packages as a run option (like in his freshman year), but a position switch doesn't seem likely.

Re: Flat-footed QB thing... they're coached to do that when the pre-snap read is determined, but I don't think any of the QBs since Gabbert have been very good at pre-snap reads.

Not sure if that will go or not, but I'd guess it will.
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Old 12-03-2012, 02:42 PM   #1309
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Yes, especially if the OC brought in is more passing minded.

I'm a huge fan of Mauk (have been hearing about him for years thanks to a contact in Ohio who works in the industry) and think he has a chance to be a very special player.

I like what a healthy Franklin brings to the table, but at this point, Mauk will get a chance to compete for the job.

If the new scheme is pass-heavy, it will be Mauk, IMO.
And, at the very least, a new OC (from outside the current staff, that is) would mean new terminology. And that would make it a more even battle.
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Old 12-03-2012, 02:57 PM   #1310
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I think Yost did a lot of things well. He also did a lot of things that left me scratching my head. Missouri's running game was built for the big play and MU has run the ball very well over the years. However, the running game is not built for short yardage situations and that cost us many times. The seams are brilliant when they're there and problematic when they aren't.

The passing game was also brilliant at times and horrible at others. The DGB screen a game or so back was brilliant. The WR blocking was great with linemen pulling to the outside to seal the inside. Other times, it was difficult to determine who should be open.

Of course, a lot of the success/failure has to do with the players. When MU had good QB/line play, playcalling was great (in general). When MU didn't have those resources, the playcalling appeared particularly inept.

I think we're going to miss Yost's recruiting more than we'd like to admit. Hopefully, we land an outstanding hire.
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Old 12-03-2012, 03:00 PM   #1311
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And, at the very least, a new OC (from outside the current staff, that is) would mean new terminology. And that would make it a more even battle.
From what I gather, Franklin is a more instinctual/natural player, and isn't the student of the game that a Blaine Gabbert or Chase Daniel was. Chalk talk is not his specialty. (I'd guess this is because he grew up playing other positions).

I mean, the guy doesn't even like designed read running plays (has stated he'd rather know he's keeping or giving). There was talk this year, early, about Berkstresser helping Franklin read defenses better.

I don't know how Mauk is at absorbing offense/chalk talk/etc. But I'd suspect he's pretty good, being a coach's son, an offensive guru's son, and someone who grew up around the game.
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From what I gather, Franklin is a more instinctual/natural player, and isn't the student of the game that a Blaine Gabbert or Chase Daniel was. Chalk talk is not his specialty. (I'd guess this is because he grew up playing other positions).

I mean, the guy doesn't even like designed read running plays (has stated he'd rather know he's keeping or giving). There was talk this year, early, about Berkstresser helping Franklin read defenses better.

I don't know how Mauk is at absorbing offense/chalk talk/etc. But I'd suspect he's pretty good, being a coach's son, an offensive guru's son, and someone who grew up around the game.
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From what I gather, Franklin is a more instinctual/natural player, and isn't the student of the game that a Blaine Gabbert or Chase Daniel was. Chalk talk is not his specialty. (I'd guess this is because he grew up playing other positions).

I mean, the guy doesn't even like designed read running plays (has stated he'd rather know he's keeping or giving). There was talk this year, early, about Berkstresser helping Franklin read defenses better.

I don't know how Mauk is at absorbing offense/chalk talk/etc. But I'd suspect he's pretty good, being a coach's son, an offensive guru's son, and someone who grew up around the game.
I'm sure this comparison is going to bite me in the ass, but Mauk reminds me an awful lot of Manziel (at least in terms of size and style of play in his highlight videos).
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That would be a very popular hire. I don't know enough about him to have a strong opinion either way, though.
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I'd like that hire quite a bit. It's the sentimental side of me, I suppose, but I'd like to see the Missouri kid come back to his home U and get some run.

He's not young, but he's not old either. He just turned 50 so he could see this as his chance to sit behind Pinkel for a few more years and take over. Then again, Pinkel was a little younger than Chaney is now when he took over as an HC, so Chaney may not be a realistic 'coach in waiting' either.

He can point to some hellacious offensive performances and claim the development of Tyler Bray (which has been a pretty massive undertaking). That has to help on the recruiting trail (not to mention Drew Brees...)
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I'd like that hire quite a bit. It's the sentimental side of me, I suppose, but I'd like to see the Missouri kid come back to his home U and get some run.

He's not young, but he's not old either. He just turned 50 so he could see this as his chance to sit behind Pinkel for a few more years and take over. Then again, Pinkel was a little younger than Chaney is now when he took over as an HC, so Chaney may not be a realistic 'coach in waiting' either.

He can point to some hellacious offensive performances and claim the development of Tyler Bray (which has been a pretty massive undertaking). That has to help on the recruiting trail (not to mention Drew Brees...)
He worked with Brees as well, right?
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I'm sure this comparison is going to bite me in the ass, but Mauk reminds me an awful lot of Manziel (at least in terms of size and style of play in his highlight videos).
Size/physical abilities (throwing) are very similar. Both are adept at making plays on the run and accurate throwers on the run. I get the reference, and see it myself.

Not sure Mauk has the pure, greasy and deceptive speed and shake Manziel has, though. Manziel is a really fast dude.

Still, Missouri doesn't need Mauk to run for 900 yards. Ideally, you'd want a guy who can run, throw and create plays when blocking breaks down (like Manziel). Daniel was that type of guy in 2007 (less of a running threat in 2008).

I think Mauk can throw and create plays (And be better at reading Ds pre-snap). And I think he can run ENOUGH that teams can't completely forget about him. It wouldn't surprise me if he's a little faster than Franklin (if less powerful).
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I'd like that hire quite a bit. It's the sentimental side of me, I suppose, but I'd like to see the Missouri kid come back to his home U and get some run.

He's not young, but he's not old either. He just turned 50 so he could see this as his chance to sit behind Pinkel for a few more years and take over. Then again, Pinkel was a little younger than Chaney is now when he took over as an HC, so Chaney may not be a realistic 'coach in waiting' either.

He can point to some hellacious offensive performances and claim the development of Tyler Bray (which has been a pretty massive undertaking). That has to help on the recruiting trail (not to mention Drew Brees...)
Chaney is a popular pick right now, and I get it.

My only concern would be if he tries to run pure pro-style, which I don't think can succeed at Missouri over the long haul. But the guy has major spread offense chops and experience, as Drew Brees can attest. I wouldn't complain about the hire.

Joker Phillips also makes sense to me, as does Tony Franklin at La. Tech.
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Chaney is a popular pick right now, and I get it.

My only concern would be if he tries to run pure pro-style, which I don't think can succeed at Missouri over the long haul. But the guy has major spread offense chops and experience, as Drew Brees can attest. I wouldn't complain about the hire.

Joker Phillips also makes sense to me, as does Tony Franklin at La. Tech.
Joker was hired on at Florida.
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