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Old 03-18-2013, 11:56 PM  
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****Official 2013-14 Missouri Tiger Football Repository Thread****

We have two things to look forward to this year:

1) The potential beginning of the Maty Mauk Era. Mauk represents the best chance for this program to get back to a level of respectability after horrendous QB play cost us multiple games last year.

2) The last year of the Gary Pinkel era. Pinkel's entrenched cronyism won't play in a conference this competitive, especially if he couples his abysmal gameday coaching with lackadaisical, worst-in-conference recruiting. Pinkel was the formerly adequate meal that has now turned into a four pound bowel obstruction. It's time to jam a Fleet's enema up our collective asses.

Here is the schedule. We dodge Alabama, LSU, and Arkansas in the west and the Non-con is decidedly weaker than years past.

8/31: Murray State
9/7: Toledo
9/21: @ Indiana
9/28: Arkansas State
10/5:@ Vanderbilt
10/12: @ Georgia
10/19:Florida
10/26: South Carolina
11/2:Tennessee
11/9: @ Kentucky
11/23: @ Ole Miss
11/30: aTm

Looks like 6-6. Undefeated in non-con, 2-6 in league play.

I will eventually update the OP with a list of high profile in-state recruits that decide to go elsewhere after a half-assed attempt to gain their services. The inevitable cavalcade of *** rejects, skeezers, skanks, and scalliwags we get will fill out the ranks.


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Since every Mizzou thread eventually dies of AIDS, I recommend starting anti-retroviral therapy immediately. I believe Walgreens covers Express Scripts.


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Old 05-22-2013, 11:28 AM   #121
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Old 05-22-2013, 12:08 PM   #122
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Old 05-24-2013, 07:34 PM   #123
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If Evan Boehm gets hurt, snaps will be a problem again. He looked sharp snapping the ball, though (the first few series, where the snaps have zip on them and are at the chest? That was Boehm).

Expectations are low on this end, though, overall.

Recruiting is kind of a mess. They've got some decent commitments, but it's a lot of reaching and guessing. The 10 commitments break into four categories, IMO.

Category 1: Solid major kid, not a star
Michael Fairchild, Blue Valley West (Overland Park)
Paul Adams, Christ Presbyterian (Nashville)
Kevin Pendleton, Lee's Summit West (Lee's Summit)
Greg Taylor, East St. Louis (East St. Louis, IL)

Category 2: We're taking lotto tickets to get footholds in new areas
Rocel McWilliams, West Florida Tech (Pensacola, FL)
THomas Richard, Christ Presbyterian (Nashville)
Finis Stribling IV, Independence (Thompson's Station, TN) (This guy was viewed by at least one CUSA program as a December backup plan)

Category 3: Meh
Kendall Blanton, Blue Springs South (Blue Springs, MO)

Category 4: I have a pity offer because my family is involved with the program
Darnell Green-Beckham, Hillcrest (Springfield, MO)
Grant Jones, Rock Bridge (Columbia, MO)
Stribling just won the 400 at state in Tennessee.
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Old 05-31-2013, 09:45 AM   #124
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COLUMBIA, Mo. • Fort Zumwalt South's Chase Abbington, the top-rated recruit in Missouri’s 2013 recruiting class, did not qualify academically and will enroll at Hutchinson, Kan., Community College, PowerMizzou.com reported. Abbington, a running back from O'Fallon, was not available for comment but told the Rivals.com MU affiliate, "I'm still a Tiger and always will be. I'll be there soon."

Fort Zumwalt South Coach Scott Fulton has declined to address Abbington’s status in recent weeks and deferred comment to Missouri’s coaching staff. MU has not confirmed Abbington’s status. Mizzou’s incoming freshmen are expected to report this weekend for summer conditioning.

The 6-foot-2, 205-pound Abbington rushed for 2,398 yards and 39 touchdowns the last two seasons and spent time playing in the secondary.

Recruiting services widely rated Abbington a four-star prospect and ranked him as the top player in Mizzou’s signing class. With three experienced players returning at tailback — Henry Josey, Marcus Murphy and Russell Hansbrough — Abbington might not have contributed significantly this season, unless he was willing to switch to defense.

"He's one of those kids who can play on either side of the ball, though we're looking solely at the running back position," MU assistant coach coach Cornell Ford told the Columbia Daily Tribune in February. "I think he's a change from what you've seen from our offense. He kind of goes back to the Derrick Washington days where we had a bigger back. I think he'll bring some things to the table.

"I'd love to have him on the safety side, but (running backs coach Brian) Jones is hogging him. But he's got that ability. That size is rare at running back, but in (the SEC), the running backs are bigger. You need a big physical guy. In this conference you're going to need a couple of them because guys get beat up."

Abbington’s not the first high-profile Mizzou recruit from the St. Louis area to require a junior college detour. Tailback Damien Nash (East St. Louis, Ill.) headlined Gary Pinkel’s first recruiting class in 2001 but needed two years at Coffeyville, Kan., Community College before joining MU’s team for two seasons.

Defensive lineman Atiyyah Ellison (Parkway South) and cornerback Darnell Terrell (Eureka) also required junior college stops, and most recently defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson (Gateway Tech) spent two years at College of the Sequoias in Visalia, Calif., after signing with MU in 2009. Richardson arrived at MU in 2011, earned All-Southeastern Conference honors last fall and became a first-round draft pick by the New York Jets in April.
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Wow. Missouri officially has zero **** recruits from the 2013 class.

Bravo, Gary. Bravo.
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Old 05-31-2013, 11:16 AM   #126
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Wow. Missouri officially has zero **** recruits from the 2013 class.

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duncan_idaho, the Mercury of MU football, just informed me that it's best to not even look at Mizzou recruiting this year...it will be that bad.
This was part of that...

Abbington took some easy HS classes before he realized he was going to be a D-1 recruit that didn't count as core courses according to the NCAA and was unable to catch up.
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COLUMBIA — Around the first week of May, Missouri defensive coordinator Dave Steckel was at South Grand Prairie High School in Texas, checking in on a few prospects, when the school’s head football coach, Brent Whitson, dropped a bombshell on him.

“I said ‘Coach, I’ve got a kid for you that I think is gonna qualify,’” Whitson recalled. “The kid has a great highlight tape, so after five or six plays, we shut the video off and got him out of class.”
So began a whirlwind process that eventually led to Missouri’s latest addition to its 2013 recruiting class, as 6-foot-1, 295-pound defensive tackle DeQuinton Osborne officially pledged to the Tigers on Friday night.
“I honestly think Stec and I have talked every day for a month now,” Whitson said a laugh. “Missouri was waiting to see if someone they liked would qualify, rather than give one to somebody they weren’t excited about.
“There will be a story like DeQuinton’s every once in a while.”
Whitson said Osborne, a two-star prospect according to Rivals.com, originally had offers from Texas Tech and Baylor, but both were contingent on him qualifying academically. Things looked bleak for him on that end – he needed to raise his GPA in his core classes heading into his final semester of high school – and he committed to Kilgore Junior College in February, just in case he failed to make the grade.
“He needed 3 A’s and a B his last semester and he’d never done that before,” Whitson said, “but he pulled it off.”
Which, in turned, cleared the way for Missouri to take a chance on Osborne, who becomes the fourth defensive tackle in the Class of 2013 to commit to the Tigers, joining three-star prospects Josh Augusta (Peoria, Ill.), A.J. Logan (Columbia Rock Bridge) and Antar Thompson (Maplewood, Mo.).
Thompson, however, is expected to head to junior college, a possibility Osborne managed to avert with a strong academic push over the past several months. Whitson, however, says his star tackle has also come a long way on the field, especially since a disappointing junior season in which he was about 10 pounds too heavy and only a part-time starter.
“When (coaches) came, I wouldn’t show his tape,” Whitson said. “He’s a big-time player but he didn’t play that way. I felt he underachieved.”
But Osborne began to turn it around in spring 2012, when he asked Whitson what he needed to do play Division 1 football. Since then, Whitson said Osborne has done everything asked of him, including paring himself down to 295 pounds.
“He didn’t miss a day in the weight room in the summer,” Whitson said. “The kid was faithful to the program and a great leader.”
All that hard work paved for the way for a senior season in which he racked up 58 tackles (14 for loss) and four sacks from his nose tackle position, despite routine double teams. He also did it in Texas’ biggest classification, 5A, and in the same district as perennial powers Cedar Hill and DeSoto.
South Grand Prairie finished 5-5 and lost to both teams handily, but Whitson said he made sure Missouri had the film of Osborne’s play in those games.
“If you’re going to watch him, watch him play against the best in Texas,” Whitson said. “He plays with low leverage and he’s great with his hands. Coaches want to see arm length, fast hands and explosiveness and he has all those things.”
Steckel and defensive line coach Craig Kuligowski served as the lead recruiters for Osborne, who Whitson says benches 340 pounds, squats 555 pounds and has the arm length of someone who stands about 6-feet-4.
Whitson added that Osborne could eventually bulk up to 325 pounds or so, potentially making him an ideal one-technique nose tackle in Missouri’s Tampa 2 defensive scheme.
But for now, the coach of Missouri’s newest commitment will revel in a huge achievement for a player that’s worked hard for the opportunity, both in the classroom and out.
“The great thing is I get to point to that story now when I talk to other kids, at least until they run me out of town,” Whitson said with a laugh.

Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/2013/06/01...#storylink=cpy
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While there seems to never be good news in this program...ever.

Mizzou had one of the highest academic performance figures from their football team in the country. Only Northwestern, Boise St., Duke, Wisconsin, Clemson and Georgia Tech did better.

It's not a bowl game, but hey, at least the student athletes on the football team are doing student things fairly well.

Congrats, Mizzou. Now please try to win 6 games this year - thank you.
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Yippee,Like James Caan said in "The Program" , "When was the last time 80,000 people showed up to watch a kid perform a ****ing chemistry experiment" Win football games, now. Couldn't care less about academics.
This. Best thing for this program would be for Missouri to miss a bowl game and then hopefully Pinkel is finally shown the door.
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Do you have a degree from there? I don't expect most folks to care much, but I live in Columbia, wife works for the University and my grandparents taught there for decades between them.

For those of us that are a fan of the University and not just their laundry, it does mean something, even if that something isn't as significant as a BCS game.

The program's not in fantastic shape right now from a W/L standpoint, but it is producing quality kids. As someone who views the University as more than just a football team, that's relevant, though certainly dispositive or even paramount.

We're struggling for good news here, fellas - you might want to take what you can get.
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While there seems to never be good news in this program...ever.

Mizzou had one of the highest academic performance figures from their football team in the country. Only Northwestern, Boise St., Duke, Wisconsin, Clemson and Georgia Tech did better.

It's not a bowl game, but hey, at least the student athletes on the football team are doing student things fairly well.

Congrats, Mizzou. Now please try to win 6 games this year - thank you.
The academic support that Missouri student-athletes receive is excellent, as well as the degree of importance the majority of coaches place on academics at that university.
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The next good news I'll care about is Stinkel and his whole shitty staff getting ****-punted out the ****ing door. Time to hire a competent, nationally recognized coach and get back in the game.
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That's too bad. Players that are intelligent and able to perform in the classroom as well as on the field are a rare commodity. As such, the development of such athletes should be encouraged. Not only to create better student athletes, increase university prestige, etc. but from a football/coaching perspective, having smarter players generally allows you to be more creative and expand your playbook/philosophies. Working with dumb brutes who can't understand how to properly perform sight adjusts as an example, is a poor route to go down. While not every player is going to be a genius, ensuring that they are working academically also instills/builds discipline and prevents less opportunities for bad things to happen.
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