Many people have shown their frustration with Missouri’s offense, and that’s to be expected this season. However, it’s certainly a surprise when a member of the team doesn’t hide it.
Missouri redshirt senior RB Trevon Walters responded to a tweet in regards to offensive coordinator Josh Henson after the team’s 28-3 loss to Arkansas.
The Tigers only managed 171 yards, the team’s second-lowest output of the season behind the 164 yards it recorded against Georgia on Oct. 17. Entering this week, Missouri averaged just 290.9 total yards per game, second-worst among Power 5 teams. Only Boston College’s 278.9 ranks lower.
Missouri was 1-for-13 on third downs and was doubled up in time of possession (40:15 to 19:45) today against Arkansas.
Walters later revealed his frustration with the loss in general, and how coach Gary Pinkel was sent out on a sour note.
Man I came here to play football for coach Pinkel and get an education but the way we let him go out is an embarrassment.
— Trevon Walters ® (@trevon_walters) November 27, 2015