Missouri Football Preview: Tiger Offense Undergoes Changing of the Guard

Posted by Ryan Faller on July-30-2009 Add Comments

It's early spring in Columbia, and the newly retooled Missouri offense has slothed threw a lackluster performance in the annual Black and Gold Game.

Final score: Defense 68, Offense 40.

Forty points may seem like a fine day's work, but not even an offensively biased scoring system could hide the dysfunction. When the running game wasn't sputtering in the backfield under a wave of onrushing defenders, a who's who committee of fresh-faced quarterbacks was either throwing wounded ducks or nervously tap-dancing around the pocket in face of searing pressure.

When the day was through, the Offense had scored once—on a one-yard touchdown run.

A perf...

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