Jared McGriff-Culver

Missouri Tigers #38 - Running Back

  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 250

White, Steward search for a role


If Mizzou desires a bigger back, there are a couple of interesting ones further down the depth chart.

Mizzou vs. the second impression

Missouri headed into 2012 with momentum and optimism. Seven losses and countless injuries later, the Tigers were forced to lick their wounds and hope that their second impression in the SEC goes a...

8 (maybe 9) Tigers join NFL rosters


After three long days, the NFL Draft finally concluded yesterday afternoon, setting into motion a flurry of movement and signing among undrafted free agents. Here's where all of the former Missouri...

Mizzou Links, 4-25-13


Sheldon Richardson is about to have his moment, and Jared McGriff-Culver just wants the phone to ring.

Syracuse-Mizzou: BTBS


Questions, and prayers, to answer.

Senior Night: Your Bill Carter photo gallery


Celebrating Mizzou's 2012 senior class.

Mizzou-Florida: BTBS


The stats that mattered from Mizzou's tight loss at Florida.

Bama-Mizzou: Beyond the box score


Mizzou's SEC initiation is complete. Now the second season begins. Hopefully the second season has a passing game that makes a little more sense.

Mizzou-UCF: Beyond the box score


What mattered most in Mizzou's 21-16 win over UCF, and what the numbers can tell us about Mizzou moving forward.

Mizzou Links, 9-25-12: Hi, Everybody!


The SBN United move is complete (with a few glitches still to smooth out), and Bill C. is back in Columbia. Now about that Mizzou offense...

Mizzou 62, SE Louisiana 10: Tiger Offense Full Of Promise If O-Line Holds Steady

James Franklin's passing stats were mediocre against SE Louisiana, but he was done no favors by excusably vanilla play-calling and some communication issues on the interior of the offensive line.

2012 Mizzou Fall Football Practice: Day 18 Links And Analysis

So would you rather have all of your significant injuries in one unit, so you have just one primary concern heading into the season, or would you rather spread them out?