Sad to hear, but it had to be done. Hopefully they can curb the outbreak on campus, sounds rough right now.
Get it, Drink! I know we haven't seen a down yet, but I am loving the way he's handled the media all offseason. Here's hoping he's a coach that can stick around and win games.
I’ve admittedly been sleeping on the greatness of Nick Bolton for too long, and I’m sure I’m not alone
I was definitely part of the camp that mourned our season after Cale went down. Bolton stepped up way more than anyone anticipated. Here's hoping we can build a strong defense around him this year
It's Danario all over again
Cale has been such an incredible force on the team this season. All the best to him in the future. If he doesn't end up playing on a professional level, I would love to see him come back as a coach.
I'm legitimately worried about what he's going to do to our secondary. This game is going to be a shootout.
You guys always know how to keep it close. I'm expecting that the game on Saturday will come down to whoever can close it out in the 4th quarter.
That game has potential to be very close, if you can stop Etienne I think you guys have a really good chance. Rooting for you guys!
The Florida game always makes me nervous. Looking forward to a good one this year.
Take your concern trolling elsewhere
Rountree is poised to have a really special year, here's hoping he stays healthy!
Do you even know of this case? 1 tutor was caught doing homework for a few players and Missouri was the one that reported her to the NCAA. She was acting on her own, not under the direction of the football program, and she was turned in by the program when they found out. That's showing integrity to me. Should we be punished? Sure. She was cheating and that is not allowed. But the University of Missouri has done everything to keep in line with NCAA standards, did not try to hide any wrongdoing, and were slapped with an egregiously heavy punishment for doing so.
Arkansas-PineBluff has one of my favorite logos for any college football team; I love that crazy lion with UAPB in his mane
I'm ready for the year of Rountree
Kim was such an incredibly smart player, on and off the court. Good pick up, Tennessee!
Kelly Bryant on learning Missouri’s offense this spring, senior meeting that took place following news of bowl ban
I'm liking Bryant more and more each day. Looks like the team is rallying together, hopefully he can step into a leadership role and come into his own at Mizzou
LAX is garbage. Fly into Burbank instead. Flights might be slightly cheaper, but you're in and out of that airport in half the time of LAX, and it's much closer to the Rose Bowl
Truman is so dopey and I love him more than most of our players
GREAT news! Here's hoping he and Bryant can connect a lot next season
I'm really going to miss Drew. Here's hoping he has a decent career in the NFL
That was my favorite bowl game to attend live. Not only did we hold Heisman runner-up Darren McFadden to 100 yards rushing, but Tony Temple ran for 280 yards and scored 4 touchdowns.
BLOCK M IS BACK, THIS IS NOT A DRILL
The definition of class. Love this guy.
SDS Week 6 Mailbag: The best SEC East-West rivalries, Joe Moorhead lookalikes and field-storming etiquette
They beat us once, in 2015. But I'm with you, I don't understand why the rivalry hasn't found footing. One of my favorite games to attend as a student was the 2008 Cotton Bowl. Heisman runner-up Darren McFadden was largely ineffective, but one of Mizzou's forgotten RBs, Tony Temple, ran for 286 yards and scored 4 touchdowns, breaking a Cotton Bowl record. Mizzou won by 30 points. You'd think, after a beatdown like that, you'd be fired up to get revenge.
I'm loving the white helmets this year. Was not expecting that.
SDS Week 4 Mailbag: The real Tigers and Bulldogs, how Jalen Hurts would affect the Iron Bowl and the most successful Air Raid QB
Also, the name originated from the Civil War, so I think a lot of Missouri fans hold the title "Tiger" near and dear to our hearts
It's definitely time to sink or swim for this Mizzou team. They definitely have flashes of greatness, but it's going to take a lot more than that to pull out a win.
I'm excited, should be a good game. I don't see Georgia losing, but if Mizzou can keep it competitive, I'll be happy.