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With a lack of depth at the position, Missouri's freshman wideouts may get a chance to contribute this fall. If they do get that chance, they'll be prepared.
An injury to Missouri's punt returner means an opportunity for three other Tigers. Plus, several injury updates from Day 12 of fall training camp.
The scene is the same just about every day inside the cafeteria at the Mizzou Athletics Training Complex.
Former Missouri golfer Hayden Buckley just made the cut for a playoff Tuesday at the U.S. Men's Amateur Championship in Pebble Beach, California.
Kendall Blanton doesn't care if he's overlooked the senior just wants to help Missouri win football games any way he can. Despite his under-the-radar status, Blanton plays a significant role in the Tigers' offense.
This is the fourth preseason watchlist for Missouri's senior quarterback.
Dec. 2's clash with the Mountaineers in Morgantown and Dec. 21's contest at Illinois will be some of the Tigers' toughest tests outside the Southeastern Conference.
Back with knowledge and experience, Missouri's five returning starters on the offensive line have worked this fall to ease the underclassmen into the fold.
During Saturday's scrimmage, the Tigers' offense excelled at one of its weaknesses from 2017, and Barry Odom used the PGA Championship in St. Louis as a teaching point.
After missing out on the entire 2017 season after suffering a torn labrum in his shoulder, redshirt sophomore cornerback Christian Holmes is prepared to challenge for a starting spot this fall.
Safety Cam Hilton has contributed in various ways as a Tiger including a stint at wideout as a freshman but heading into his senior season, he's hoping to return to his playmaking in the secondary.
Last season, Ronnell Perkins was a safety and Joshuah Bledsoe was a linebacker. The Tigers think there are several reasons their defense will improve now that the two are playing each other's old positions.
Offensive coordinator Derek Dooley sent a message to his offensive linemen Wednesday, stating that no starting job was guaranteed. His players agreed and embraced the challenge he set out.
After missing the final seven games of 2017, junior Damarea Crockett will compete for carries with Larry Rountree III, one of last season's breakout freshmen. The two Tigers lead a backfield that is overshadowed by the team's passing attack but
The Tigers' entered fall camp with lots of questions in the secondary, and the uncertainty in the back end of the defense has led to fierce internal competition among the unproven group of defensive backs.
Tre Williams and Chris Turner are ready to start at defensive end, and Aubrey Miller Jr. leads the Tigers in intensity.
The tight end had an impressive season to start his career at Missouri. He knows the bar will be set higher in Year 2.
Upperclassmen including Emanuel Hall and Johnathon Johnson have helped smooth the transition faced by freshmen receivers. It will take a collective effort for the unit to replace the production of J'Mon Moore, the Tigers' leading receiver in 2017.
Missouri allowed 492 total yards of offense and surrendered 43 points, 35 of which came in the first half, against the Bears last season. Linebacker Terez Hall hosted a film session on the game to remind the defense not to
Barry Odom and company picked up a big in-state recruit for the class of 2019.