Matt White

Missouri Tigers #17 - Safety

  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 195

Recruiting DNA of Missouri’s Best Teams


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?

Third-down scheming and long-ball throwing

The Tigers showed the Vandals’ offense six different faces on third and fourth downs.

Diving Deep into Missouri Depth Charts

We have our first Missouri football depth chart of the fall. How accurate will that end up being?

The future is Drew Lock

Drew Lock is the most highly touted quarterback Mizzou has signed since Blaine Gabbert. While he has to earn his spot, it will be interesting to see how quickly Gary Pinkel and staff attempt to get...

9 veteran breakout candidates

From Michael Sam in 2013 to Bud Sasser in 2014, Mizzou tends to have a couple of late-bloomers making a huge difference. Here are nine candidates for 2015 and the difference they could make if they...

The 2013 depth chart produced 10 NFL draftees

Four former Missouri Tigers were selected in the first two rounds of the 2015 NFL Draft, combined with the four who went in last year's draft. Let's take a look back at Mizzou's 2013 depth chart.

The incredible, tiny class of 2012

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.

Versatility and gap integrity


The latest Mizzou football news: Ian Simon shows versatility, Evan Boehm is a perfectionist, gap integrity will beat Minnesota, Nate Brown and Gavin Otte look to plug a Jimmie Hunt-sized hole, and...

Grading the defense


Your defensive MVPs for the middle portion of Missouri's season: Shane Ray, Harold Brantley, Braylon Webb, Markus Golden, and Michael Scherer.

Rock M Radio


Rock M Radio is back on the air, baby. This week, Jack and Sam talk some more! With special guest Fullback U to boot!

Grading the defense


Missouri's defensive MVPs so far in 2014: Shane Ray, Markus Golden, and Michael Scherer.

Video Roundup: UCF and Indiana


Complete UCF game and 2013 Indiana Highlights vs Mizzou