Mizzou’s offense finally got back to normal against Memphis on Saturday, but the Tigers were still without star WR Emanuel Hall.
Hall is a great deep threat, and without him, QB Drew Lock has struggled against Georgia (when Hall was limited), South Carolina and Alabama.
On Tuesday, coach Barry Odom discussed Hall’s status, saying he was on the practice field once again, but was limited:
Odom says WR Emanuel Hall was back at practice today, but he was limited.
"I think we're getting close."
Still no timetable on his return.
— Andrew Kauffman (@AndrewABC17) October 23, 2018
The Tigers are facing a tough Kentucky team this weekend, so having Hall back would be huge. True freshman WR Jalen Knox is coming along nicely, but Hall is still an elite deep threat.
Whenever Hall is ready to play, the Mizzou offense should take a big step forward, as he and Lock are one of the most dynamic connections in college football.