“The strides he made is what amazed everyone in the locker room,” Drew Lock said of the lineman’s growth over his four years of college.
Missouri’s star quarterback candidly discussed his senior year mentality, Heisman potential, offense under Derek Dooley and more in Atlanta.
Barry Odom passed on defensive play calling to Ryan Walters for this season, and running back Damarea Crockett is back and healthy.
“While we’re on offense, I’m gonna be pretty mad at our fan base if they’re screaming and yelling,” quarterback Drew Lock said at SEC Media Days.
Players from Arkansas, Georgia and Florida talked about how early success in the run game helped them break down the Tiger defense in the past.
"They bring that Big 12 mentality": SEC East opponents praise Lock, Missouri offense at league Media Days
Defenders from Arkansas, Georgia and Florida discussed last season's memories of Drew Lock and the Tigers’ fast-paced offense on day two in Atlanta.
A new incentive on fair catches and new details on blocks below the waist highlighted Steve Shaw’s address on Tuesday morning.
It contains few surprises, but reveals youth in secondary and lists Crockett and Rountree as co-starters in backfield.
Six new coaches will highlight Atlanta’s reboot of the SEC Media Days this week while Odom and the Tigers are set to speak Wednesday.
Dooley will coach quarterbacks for Missouri as well as call offensive plays.
Costly turnovers and mistakes in key moments haunted the Tigers in the postseason loss.
Following a statistically dominant junior season, Lock has a tough decision ahead of him.
The team will play the Texas Longhorns in the Texas Bowl on Dec. 27.
Will the 2017 season controversy be enough to expand?
The Tigers will travel to Houston to play Texas for the first time since November 2011 on Dec. 27.
The former big-time recruit has been a force for Missouri this season.
A swirl of storylines regarding Tiger football emerged in 2017.
Notebook: Missouri football earns bowl eligibility, agrees to play Illinois; Lock approaches records.
Since Saturday night’s big win, plenty has gone on in the world of Missouri football.
With the victory in Nashville, the Tigers are bowl eligible for the first time since 2014.
Larry Rountree III and Ish Witter combined for 166 yards on the ground to power the Tigers past the Gators on Saturday.