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****Official 2013-14 Missouri Tiger Football Repository Thread****

We have two things to look forward to this year:

1) The potential beginning of the Maty Mauk Era. Mauk represents the best chance for this program to get back to a level of respectability after horrendous QB play cost us multiple games last year.

2) The last year of the Gary Pinkel era. Pinkel's entrenched cronyism won't play in a conference this competitive, especially if he couples his abysmal gameday coaching with lackadaisical, worst-in-conference recruiting. Pinkel was the formerly adequate meal that has now turned into a four pound bowel obstruction. It's time to jam a Fleet's enema up our collective asses.

Here is the schedule. We dodge Alabama, LSU, and Arkansas in the west and the Non-con is decidedly weaker than years past.

8/31: Murray State
9/7: Toledo
9/21: @ Indiana
9/28: Arkansas State
10/5:@ Vanderbilt
10/12: @ Georgia
10/19:Florida
10/26: South Carolina
11/2:Tennessee
11/9: @ Kentucky
11/23: @ Ole Miss
11/30: aTm

Looks like 6-6. Undefeated in non-con, 2-6 in league play.

I will eventually update the OP with a list of high profile in-state recruits that decide to go elsewhere after a half-assed attempt to gain their services. The inevitable cavalcade of *** rejects, skeezers, skanks, and scalliwags we get will fill out the ranks.


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Old 10-17-2013, 08:04 AM   #1921
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Nice job, Mizzou fans:

We just received this comment from an Athens, Ga., police officer named Sean Palmateer, regarding the Tiger fans he saw last weekend, and we needed to pass along to you all. He writes:

"I don't know who to address this message to but, I hope that somebody sees this.

As a veteran of over 20 years in the military and now a police officer in Athens, Ga., I feel compelled to pass a comment about the Mizzou fans that were recently here where I live and work.

On Friday, I began seeing and then having, one pleasant encounter after another with fans sporting black and yellow. I would like to pass on a thank you to the 'Mizzou Nation' for being wonderful guests while they were here in Georgia enjoying the college football atmosphere.

To further qualify this 'thank you', I have been to several countries all over the world. I have also seen many other visiting fan groups here in Athens.

The general good nature of the average Mizzou fan was heartwarming and a pleasure to see."
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Old 10-17-2013, 08:57 AM   #1922
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If anyone wants to go to the game, Florida sent back 1,000 tickets. As of about 8:45, less than 400 remain. The ticket office expects to be sold out by noon, so get them ASAP.

These are seats, btw...not GA/hill.
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Old 10-17-2013, 09:04 AM   #1923
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Tickets just became available, as Florida has returned part of their allotment. They aren't going to have much of a cheering section...

This is going to be the farthest north Florida has played since the early nineties, IIRC.

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Franklin's greatest asset as a runner is his vision. He has the best running vision of any QB I've ever seen. That allows him to winnow and angle his way into areas where he can pick up first downs without being extremely fleet of foot.

Contrastingly, Gabbert had better foot speed than Daniel or Franklin, plus a body to truck people, but he didn't have the vision to successfully execute QB runs.
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Old 10-17-2013, 10:33 AM   #1928
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Franklin's greatest asset as a runner is his vision. He has the best running vision of any QB I've ever seen. That allows him to winnow and angle his way into areas where he can pick up first downs without being extremely fleet of foot.

Contrastingly, Gabbert had better foot speed than Daniel or Franklin, plus a body to truck people, but he didn't have the vision to successfully execute QB runs.
You left out his biggest problem:

A giant case of J.D. Drew-itis.
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Franklin's greatest asset as a runner is his vision. He has the best running vision of any QB I've ever seen. That allows him to winnow and angle his way into areas where he can pick up first downs without being extremely fleet of foot.

Contrastingly, Gabbert had better foot speed than Daniel or Franklin, plus a body to truck people, but he didn't have the vision to successfully execute QB runs.
And for the flack he gets for being a bit of a wuss once he gets hurt, Franklin's incredibly tough when he's healthy.

I don't think it's his vision that makes him as effective as much as it is his decisiveness and his toughness. Some guys will see that hole and think twice about diving down into it. They'll stutter-step and hope it opens up more. Franklin, OTOH, will charge into that hole, get his 2-3 yards and maybe even bust through a tackler for more.

It's why he's such a valuable weapon on 3rd downs, especially on those intermediate 3rd down plays.

I've found it odd how few articles address his injury; it's almost an afterthought in most pieces I've seen. I just don't agree - I think this is a huge hit for us.

I think the plan should be to go back to more of the spread style we saw under Christensen - spread 'em out and beat 'em through numbers. Use your RBs as gamebreakers rather than guys designed to set up favorable down/distance scenarios. If they get stuck in the backfield and you're facing 3rd and 12, so be it. With those teams, 3rd and 3 didn't feel any different to me than 3rd and 13. I really think that's how we should play it now.

We've made the Bowl game. We earned a little credibility within this conference however the season plays out. I think we should aim high here - go big or go home. We could probably stay largely unchanged schematically and beat KY, TN and have a respectable bowl with an 8 win season. I'd rather go aggressive, risk losing those games but also perhaps steal this damn division.
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I think the plan should be to go back to more of the spread style we saw under Christensen - spread 'em out and beat 'em through numbers. Use your RBs as gamebreakers rather than guys designed to set up favorable down/distance scenarios. If they get stuck in the backfield and you're facing 3rd and 12, so be it. With those teams, 3rd and 3 didn't feel any different to me than 3rd and 13. I really think that's how we should play it now.

We've made the Bowl game. We earned a little credibility within this conference however the season plays out. I think we should aim high here - go big or go home. We could probably stay largely unchanged schematically and beat KY, TN and have a respectable bowl with an 8 win season. I'd rather go aggressive, risk losing those games but also perhaps steal this damn division.
I think that spreading out more would actually play into Florida's hands. The Gators' run D has suffered of late, because of the injury to stat DT Easley. I think sticking with the new running style - more North-South, faster-paced - is their best bet to move the ball. Let's see the pistol, let's see no more than 25 pass attempts.

If they had to score a lot of points to win this game, I'd be all for opening it up, Christensen-style. But with the Florida offense being so bad, I don't think the mad wizardry is necessary.
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I think that spreading out more would actually play into Florida's hands. The Gators' run D has suffered of late, because of the injury to stat DT Easley. I think sticking with the new running style - more North-South, faster-paced - is their best bet to move the ball. Let's see the pistol, let's see no more than 25 pass attempts.

If they had to score a lot of points to win this game, I'd be all for opening it up, Christensen-style. But with the Florida offense being so bad, I don't think the mad wizardry is necessary.
I agree that it may not help in this game, but against SC, A&M and Ole Miss, it may be necessary.

In a game where the opponent isn't likely to run up the score on you, I'd like to dust it off and see how we do with it.
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I agree that it may not help in this game, but against SC, A&M and Ole Miss, it may be necessary.

In a game where the opponent isn't likely to run up the score on you, I'd like to dust it off and see how we do with it.
I'm not convinced Mauk is the starter against a&m and Ole Miss. Wouldn't be surprised to see Franklin back for those games.
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God, I hope not, because that's probably Broken Franklin, and we all know how that works out.
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I'm not convinced Mauk is the starter against a&m and Ole Miss. Wouldn't be surprised to see Franklin back for those games.
Pass.

I don't want a 'dinged' Franklin anywhere near the field. He's simply a completely different football player when he's not confident in his body. If there's something not 100% right on the kid, he's a complete liability.
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