Mizzou fans call out OC Derek Dooley after another lackluster offensive performance
The Missouri Tigers have struggled offensively over the last four games. Incidentally, they have lost all four of those games.
OC Derek Dooley has taken a lot of heat for failing to utilize a Missouri offense that is loaded with talented players like QB Kelly Bryant, TE Albert Okwuegbunam and RB Larry Rountree III.
After an abysmal 23-6 home loss to Florida on Saturday, many fans took to Twitter to call out the Tigers’ offensive coordinator. Here are some of those tweets:
Barry Odom and Derek Dooley watching other teams run competent offenses. pic.twitter.com/AHSPUoCt7j
— Robert O'Neill (@RobertONeill31) November 16, 2019
No reason for Derek Dooley to still be employed by Mizzou when the 3rd quarter begins.
— SEC Dan (@KingGoon450) November 16, 2019
They told us Derek Dooley runs a pro style offense when Mizzou hired him as our OC… Unfortunately it's the Jets offense. #UFvsMIZ
— Mick (@KC_Mick) November 16, 2019
It’s time. Barry Odom has to go. We aren’t prepared week in and week out. It’s inexcusable. Take Derek Dooley with you. #Mizzou
— Jason Mayden (@jmayden15) November 17, 2019
If Derek Dooley wants to be a head coach again he has a hell of a way of showing it
— Levi Price (@leviprice) November 17, 2019
Completely calling out Derek Dooley. Drew Lock made Dooley look like a good OC. The Dooley hire I said at the time could sink Odom. We might be seeing that. https://t.co/rwekv8uoJR
— Matt Ratz (@MattRatz2) November 16, 2019
The Missouri Tigers have scored 13 points in the last 13 quarters. I'll save the fire Odom tweets for next year. But Derek Dooley has to go after this season.
— Rick (@ReichHomieQuan) November 16, 2019
Derek Dooley’s football IQ is about the same as the amount of points he put up today (6). https://t.co/R71RF5ZsKF
— Luke Moehle (@LukeMoehle) November 16, 2019
Mizzou has scored 27 points in the last four games — an average of just under 7 points per game. That’s not ideal.
If the Tigers can’t get going offensively against Tennessee and Arkansas to end the regular season, Dooley may find himself out of a job this offseason.