Matt Hoch

Missouri Tigers #89

  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 295
  • Seasons: JR

Recruiting DNA of Missouri’s Best Teams


Recruiting is important, but Missouri has to do it in a different way. What classes made up some of the best seasons in recent Tiger football history?

Looking back at Missouri’s stellar 2010 recruiting class


What can that class tell us about how Missouri should be recruiting?

Bring Back that ‘07 and ‘13 Feeling

How can MU duplicate the success of its recent vintage top-5 teams?

Mizzou's rebuilt defense is awesome

Arkansas State averaged only 2.9 yards per play and 2.6 yards per carry against a Missouri defense that was frequently disadvantaged and tired out by the Tigers' offensive failures.

Watercooler: 1 day to SEMO


Newcomers power SEMO at quarterback and cornerback, and Charles Harris feels he's going to be a star no matter what.

Hatley's gone from "could" to "has to"

Before Harold Brantley's injury, Rickey Hatley was certainly going to be in the rotation on the interior of the defensive line. With Brantley out for the season, however, Hatley is now going to be...

Watercooler: Augusta shrinking, Beckner shining


Missouri defensive tackle Josh Augusta is trying to shrink down from 360 pounds to 335, freshman Terry Beckner Jr. is dominant in drills, and receiver J'Mon Moore is day-to-day with a shoulder injury.

Death, taxes, and underestimating Mizzou

The two-time defending SEC East champions are picked to finish in the middle. Not even Mizzou alum Bill Connelly knows what to make of the Tigers.

It's Mauk's team

Maty Mauk is a great leader with a flair for making the big pass late in games. He's also a fundamentally inconsistent passer who is almost worse at the easy throws than the hard throws. Oh yeah,...

Run D? A concern. Pass D? Not even close.

Pro Football Focus' stats tell us that there's reason to worry about Missouri's run defense, but that the pass defense could continue to dominate.

Pinkel & the MAC HOF, draft & recruiting

Gary Pinkel is inducted into the MAC hall of fame, and what's the relationship between Missouri's success in the NFL Draft and its recruiting success?

The 2013 depth chart produced 10 NFL draftees

Four former Missouri Tigers were selected in the first two rounds of the 2015 NFL Draft, combined with the four who went in last year's draft. Let's take a look back at Mizzou's 2013 depth chart.