Shane Ray

Missouri Tigers #56 - Defensive Linesman

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 245

The Greatest, #95: 2013 defensive ends


Missouri's defensive ends combined for 55.5 tackles for loss, 32 sacks, and countless game-turning plays during the Tigers' top-five finish in 2013.

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Colts star crashes practice in Joliet


Every NFL player got their start in HS. Some were stars, some had just discovered the game. Now, six of them are going back to lend a surprise hand.

Watercooler Links: Who Watches the Watchlists?


Watchlists, weight rooms, and one hit wonders

Where does Mizzou rank among SEC Defensive Lines?

Mizzou isn't getting much credit on the defensive line from SEC bloggers


Links: Time to bask for a bit

For the second time in the Gary Pinkel era, the Tigers will finish ranked in the top 6 (or so) in the polls. For the second time in the Pinkel era, Mizzou made the "Final Four" of sorts, coming...

Film room: A&M


Celebrating the division championship and looking forward to Auburn.

Tiger defense hems Manziel in


Only once all season had Texas A&M been held under 41 points or 7.0 yards per play. Missouri limited the Aggies to 21 and 5.4, respectively.

Links: 4-0, Jhonny Williams, and DISRESPECT


Mizzou Football is still 4-0, Jhonathon Williams commits, Mizzou Soccer pulls a lovely upset, and Mizzou Volleyball continues to completely and totally dominate.

Mizzou-Toledo Q&A


A Missouri-Toledo Q&A between Rock M Nation and Lets Go Rockets.

Sunday live thread: Mauk, Golden, and practice


Markus Golden traveled a long way to get to second-string DE, and Maty Mauk is embracing the No. 2 QB role. Plus: practice reports!

Ray's got the genes


Shane Ray was an interesting, aggressive reserve in 2012; in 2013, he's getting groomed to become the No. 1 end in 2014.

Mizzou Links, 8-12-13


The Candy formation, Mike Alden, magic hands, strength and conditioning, Max Scherzer, and a little Soulquarian Monday.

The Kansans that got away (Part III)


Hopefully everyone is still alive and without any serious burns following the Fourth of July, which is apparently happening in October in St. Louis this year. There's something you'd never see...

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