He was just trying to fulfill his role as "offensive" coordinator!
Technically there is no Year Zero, so the calendar starts at Year One. Therefore the first "decade" is years 1-10. Hence, all following decades begin with a number ending in 1, i.e. 11, 21, 31, etc. However, if a blog site like SDS wants to use an arbitrary decade such as 2010-2019, I really don't care.
That would be coincidence. And wasn't Hurts a grad transfer? He was praised for sticking it out to the end of his Alabama eligibility.
Trying to find the irony in any of thiy.
Not a Broncos fan at all, but love watching Lock do well.
Ha ha! Weather conditions... Seems I recall that when we complained about the biblical deluge we played in last year it was "no excuse"! I hate to make excuses too, but when Mizzou lost to Wyoming, we were a team breaking in a new QB, and playing at high altitude. Like Odom said, never play there again. LOL
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If they aren't required to render a decision, they probably won't.
Probably about as well as Mizzou's spread offense did when we were running it, maybe better. All dependant on good recruiting, of course.
No, no, no... Everyone knows that getting beat by Mizzou is the ultimate fireable offense, so wait until then. It'll be unanimous.
2 thumbs up for your comment.
Mizzou has had some seasons like this. And look at Arkansas' recent history. Tennessee is not alone in being cursed.
*Delete "conference" from in front of deficit, please. Thanks for the edit feature SDS.
There are two problems that led to this. First is that Mizzou's football program is opperating at a conference deficit, meaning that the $1.5 million it takes to bring an opponent into Columbia is prohibitive at times. Second is that reportedly teams aren't willing to come to Mizzou for a single game even with the guaranteed money. Don't know why that is, but per the MU Athletic Department, that's the case. So we schedule home-and-homes with teams that have holes in their schedules like we do.
I don't mind stealing bread from the mouths of decadence.
Kind of what I was thinking. Plenty of wins available if we can get out of our own way.
When we entered the SEC we were told that depth matters. Injured or other missing personnel is no excuse for losing in the SEC. Mizzou crapped the bed tonight, but no excuses. We weren't shut out, BTW.
Hate to say it, but Mizzou has Mizzoued it again. Can't wait for the day when that means winning instead of losing.
Stay classy, Baton Rouge.
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I'll admit I've been hard on the coaching staff this season especially after the Kentucky game. But Mizzou has improved steadily throughout the season. While I don't know who our quarterback will be next season, we have a very favorable schedule, and should win a bunch of games. I guess we'll see. On to our bowl game! M-I-Z!!
Oh, it's a beat down alright.
Third consecutive shutout coming right up.
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For one fan, not for the rest of us.
I am so angry about this game, the SCAR game, and now the whole season. Then I remember that we are literally two plays away from being 6-2. And that makes me even more angry. Gah!
Mizzou coaching beat Mizzou, not UK.
When Kentucky got the ball for the final drive I knew Mizzou would lose just like the last minute win by UGA a few years ago. Mizzou can't get out of its own way, and that is all on the coaching. Nothing but 3 and out for an entire half? Fire the OC. Prevent defense the last drive of the game? Fire the DC. No half time adjustments? Fire the HC. We should not have lost today or against SC. Clean effing house. I'm so tired of Missouri losing the Missouri way.
Ha ha! So much for that prediction.