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Old 01-03-2014, 11:38 PM  
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****Official 2014 Fire Gary Pinkel Thread****

None of this matters. Fire Pinkel.

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Old 12-26-2014, 06:25 PM   #4396
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What are the chances he goes the baseball route when drafted?
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Old 12-26-2014, 06:33 PM   #4397
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Colon is 0.7 WAR or 5M in value. He makes 500k. Getting pretty close, and since he's producing war each of the next 4 years of club control, he's fair value for Upton straight up. More than fair actually.
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Old 12-26-2014, 06:36 PM   #4398
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Thoughts on PM are that he could be close to being picked in the first 10 rounds, which would about be the point where he goes pro. It's also hard to sift through the sunshine pumpers so I thought I'd ask here.
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Old 12-26-2014, 06:44 PM   #4399
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Old 12-26-2014, 07:15 PM   #4400
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I should qualify this with "unless he gets to campus and is just THAT much better than everyone else at RB." To me, he looks like he projects best as a CB because his frame doesn't look overly large (and he'd be a pretty light safety).

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Thoughts on PM are that he could be close to being picked in the first 10 rounds, which would about be the point where he goes pro. It's also hard to sift through the sunshine pumpers so I thought I'd ask here.
I don't think his baseball stock has gone as high as some thought it would. He's not at Monte Harrison's level at this point (which was sandwich or second round, top 40). Unless there's a team that falls in love with him and sacrifices slot somewhere else, it's hard to see him getting the life-changing money where he projects to be drafted (Rounds 7-10 were the most optimistic I've seen recently).
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Old 12-26-2014, 07:23 PM   #4401
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Henry Josey couldn’t have asked for a better Christmas present.

Josey, a former Missouri running back, found a new NFL home Wednesday when the Minnesota Vikings signed him off the Jacksonville practice squad and added him to the 53-man roster ahead of Sunday’s season finale against the Bears.

Josey, 23, led the Tigers in rushing with 1,166 yards and 16 touchdowns as a junior in 2013 before exiting early for the NFL Draft.

He went undrafted but signed with Philadelphia for training camp.

Despite finishing second in the NFL in rushing during the preseason with 225 yards, he was cut by the Eagles and wound up signing with the Jaguars’ practice squad, where he spent the entire season.

Josey missed the end of the 2011 season and entire 2012 season with MU after a severe knee injury. His comeback was one of the most heart-warming stories during the Tigers’ SEC breakthrough campaign in 2013.

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Eagles chose poorly in cutting Josey. That back fit their ZB scheme quite well.
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Old 12-26-2014, 10:27 PM   #4402
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Pretty stoked to see Marquise chose Mizzou. He's friends with my daughter that graduated a year in front of him. Marquise is a great kid and I hope he does great for Pinkel. Crazy, crazy athletic player. Saw him take back two pick 6's in one game for Winnetonka.
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Old 12-27-2014, 04:32 PM   #4403
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QB Lock Staying Loyal To Mizzou Despite Calls From Others

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Lee’s Summit (Mo.) High Elite 11 quarterback Drew Lock has been committed to Missouri since April.

That didn’t stop LSU from calling.

Or Notre Dame.

Florida may try and make a late run.

Doesn’t sound like it will matter to the nation’s No. 4 pro-style quarterback according to 247Sports, who arrived at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Sunday pumped about his future with the Tigers.

“I’m pretty solid to Missouri,” Lock said. “Coming into the recruiting process they were one of my biggest goals getting offered by them and they’ve been loyal to me and I’ll stay loyal to them.”

Lock is excited to come in and compete with Maty Mauk and for his time down the road.

“I definitely think they’re on the rise,” Lock said. “Two out of three years making it to the SEC championship game that’s pretty big, while at same time we were on the bottom of the list (as far as predictions). They’ll put us as the last ranking in the (SEC) East. I think Missouri is going to come out and keep shocking people.

“Watching this this year it excites me more and more.”

Lock wants to leave his mark this week during Army Bowl week of practice and then at the game on Jan. 3.

“I want to show I can play with the best athletes in the country,” Lock said.
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The Missouri Tigers have been the class of the SEC East over the last two seasons.

Despite constantly being regards as the inferior team in comparison to other divisional rivals like Georgia, South Carolina or even Florida, Missouri has emerged as the SEC East’s representative in the SEC Championship in two of its three seasons in the Tigers’ new conference.

However, on the recruiting trail the Tigers have yet to make up the large discrepancy in success between themselves and other SEC East teams.

Missouri has still done an outstanding job with its player development as head coach Gary Pinkel continues to develop numerous two or three-star recruits into significant contributors for his team. But the Tigers constantly find themselves near the bottom of the SEC East in regard to recruiting rankings, largely because of name recognition and the Tigers’ short history within the conference.

As of right now, the SEC East has three teams in the top 12 recruiting classes according to 247sports — Georgia, Tennessee and South Carolina. Kentucky is also ahead of Missouri in the rankings with the Wildcats coming at No. 29 and Missouri with the 35th ranked recruiting class. One has to imagine the Florida Gators, currently ranked 76th, will also jump back up with a late recruiting push by Jim McElwain and his new coaching staff.

At some point, however, the Tigers’ success in the SEC will begin to pay dividends on the recruiting trail and the 2015 recruiting cycle could be the first tangible sign of Missouri’s development as a recruiting threat to its SEC East brethren.

In their past five recruiting classes, Missouri has signed just one five-star recruit — wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham — and that didn’t turn out great in the end.

This year’s recruiting class brings optimism that Missouri could be in position to sign more highly-regard recruits in the future.

Currently, Missouri is in play for five-star defensive end and top-five overall recruit Terry Beckner Jr. Unlike with Green-Beckham’s recruitment in 2011, the Tigers are fending off some of the country’s top football programs for Beckner.

In Green-Beckham’s recruitment, although teams like Alabama and Texas made pushes for the No. 1 wide receiver, it was largely expected that he would stay close to home, meaning Missouri would have to beat out Arkansas or Oklahoma.

Now, Missouri is flexing its muscles against top-tier programs. As of now, Beckner’s finalists are Missouri, Ohio State, Florida State, Auburn and LSU. Two of those schools are in the inaugural CFP.

Despite the strong competition, experts project Missouri to win over Beckner and for him to become a Tiger by the end of his recruitment, which would be quite an accomplishment for Pinkel and his staff. The impact on Missouri’s perception would be huge for the Tigers as Beckner’s recruitment would be proof that the Tigers can compete with the big boys of college football recruiting, something I don’t think could have been said several years ago.

Missouri recently secured the commitment of four-star athlete Marquise Doherty, another big recruiting victory in 2015 for the Tigers not only because of his talent but because Missouri beat out another CFP team — Oregon — in his recruitment.

And I think that’s where we’ll start seeing the biggest shift in Missouri’s recruitment.

Will Gary Pinkel start pulling in five-stars like Mark Richt? No. Missouri simply doesn’t have the tradition of teams like Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina or Florida to bring in the same number of top prospects.

But the Tigers’ recent success is creating momentum for Pinkel and his staff and that’s evident in the 2015 recruiting cycle as Missouri begins to seriously compete with top programs for a few highly-regard recruits like Beckner.

It’s a small, but important step for Pinkel as he continues to build Missouri’s brand among many prestigious teams within his own conference and division.

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