Jayson Palmgren

Missouri Tigers #71 - Offensive Linesman

  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 305

It takes a lot to keep an OL stocked

If you’re seeing about 80 percent of your signees to the end, you’re doing pretty good.

A rosier, healthier picture for the 2013 MU OL


As we always say, injuries hurt in the present tense and help in the future tense.

Bye Week To-Do List: Compare, contrast and breathe


As Mizzou prepares for its final five games of the season, we should probably take the time to realize that while we haven't learned much about the program in 2012, we know even less about 2013.

Mizzou Links, 10-10-12


Gary Pinkel is calm, Brad McNulty is coming along, and Corbin Berkstresser is NOT GOING TO GET HURT ON SATURDAY.

Georgia At Missouri: Beyond The Box Score Preview

Whoever wins first downs will probably win this game. That is quite often the case, but considering the relative defensive advantages both teams might possess on passing downs, this game could come...

2012 Missouri Walkthrough: Offensive Guards/Centers


A look at Missouri's offensive guards and centers for the 2012 football season.

2012 Missouri Walkthrough: Offensive Tackles


A look at the offensive tackle position for the 2012 Missouri Tigers football team. Likely starters: Elvis Fisher and Justin Britt.

2012 Missouri Recruiting: How Does The Tigers' Class Stack Up?


Missouri made the biggest splash on National Signing Day when the No. 1 recruit in the nation, Dorial Green-Beckham, signed a letter of intent to be a Tiger. What about the rest of the 2012...

2012 NFL Draft - Scouting for Future Chargers: Bowl Games Part 4


Scouting the AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl with Missouri and North Carolina

Big 12 Announces Postseason Football Honors


Big 12 Announces Postseason Football Honors

A Thank You To Missouri's Football Seniors


A celebration of the 2011 Missouri football seniors, including Dominique Hamilton, Wes Kemp and Dan Hoch.

Mizzou Beats Miami (Ohio): A Diary


A diary of Missouri's 17-6 win over Miami (Ohio) on Saturday, September 3.