Missouri and UConn will meet for the second time ever in 2017. Here’s to hoping it’s a more aesthetically pleasing game than the first one.
The Tigers should again have one of the country's best defenses. How about scoring some points with a remodeled offense?
After a frustrating 2015, Missouri's receiving corps, led presumably by Chris Black, J'Mon Moore, and Nate Brown, is a giant question mark heading into the fall.
Can Missouri's offense score enough against a shaky Arkansas defense to keep up on the scoreboard? Can an awesome Missouri defense get stops against an even more awesome Arkansas offense?
Missouri's depth chart for Arkansas features just a couple of small changes: Alec Abeln is listed as a co-starter at left guard, and Ian Simon is once again listed as the starting punt returner.
Against Tennessee, 3-and-outs, field position, and awful special teams doomed Missouri again. The Mizzou defense played heroic ball to keep the Tigers within shouting distance in a 19-8 loss.
Keys to the game for Missouri-Tennessee: field position, special teams, and the first quarter. If the Tigers can fight to a draw in those three categories, they'll have a chance to pull a Senior...