The retention rate for Missouri's 2012-14 recruiting classes have either been at or below the SEC average. That's problematic for a program built around depth and development.
With the dismissal of Dorial Green-Beckham and four other members, Missouri's 2012 recruiting class could have become a lost class. Instead, it is the reason Missouri is again a top-20 team in 2014.
The 2014 college football season officially ended last night, and while the post-mortems continue, so do the glances toward 2015. Here are your latest 2014 wrap-up and 2015 preview links.
Considering the losses, you'll recognize more names than you think on this year's Missouri squad. But the Tigers have to fill some pretty big holes if they are to make a run at a second straight...
Mizzou has produced a lot of good defensive ends, teams are racing to figure out Auburn, Marvin Foster has found his calling, and the Football Outsiders Almanac 2014 is now available!
A further look at Missouri's projected 2014 and 2015 depth charts and how the 2014 recruiting class will address future holes.
Celebrating the 15 seniors who turned this Missouri football season into one of the Tigers' greatest ever.
To no one's surprise, James Franklin is once again listed as Missouri's starting quarterback as the Tigers prepare to host Texas A&M on Saturday night.