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?
The Tigers should again have one of the country's best defenses. How about scoring some points with a remodeled offense?
The bad news: Missouri's offensive line experience is at a minimum heading into 2016. The good news: The line almost literally cannot get worse than it was last year.
Missouri's offensive line will be stripped to its foundation in 2016 after losing five senior starters/contributors. The Tigers are also awaiting the appointment of their new offensive line coach.
Tom Herman is definitely on Missouri's coaching search list. After that? Hard to say. Plus: Gary Pinkel talks about Arkansas, and Mizzou's young offensive linemen have begun earning some playing time.
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.