There were things that would concern anyone about the Missouri Tigers last season. The offense scored just 73 points in eight SEC games and only 163 points overall during a 5-7 season. The defense only gave up 194 points but had too much pressure put on it because of the inept offense. The quarterback position appears to be one that will be figured out as the season goes on with Drew Lock going in as the favorite to start the opener. This is a season where the team needs to do better and score more points while hoping that their defense can continue their dominance. A three-game home stretch of games must be all won if the Tigers want to make a bowl game.
Here is the 2016 Tigers schedule….
September 3: at West Virginia, TBD, TBD
September 10: EASTERN MICHIGAN, TBD, TBD
September 17: GEORGIA, TBD, TBD
September 24: DELAWARE STATE, TBD, TBD
October 1: at LSU, TBD, TBD
October 15: at Florida, TBD, TBD
October 22: MIDDLE TENNESSEE, TBD, TBD
October 29: KENTUCKY, TBD, TBD
November 5: at South Carolina, TBD, TBD
November 12: VANDERBILT, TBD, TBD
November 19: at Tennessee, TBD, TBD
November 26: ARKANSAS, TBD, TBD