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2015 Schedule
5-7, 6th in SEC - East

The Border War ceasefire must end

Kansas and Missouri had a thriving rivalry that went back to the 19th century. Then conference realignment ruined a great thing. Both athletic directors are friendly, and there's hope the game will return. Rivalries that should be back on the schedule

The Big Swagu's SEC Big Board (11:57)
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3dEdward Aschoff

What we learned in the SEC East this spring

Quarterbacks Luke Del Rio, Jacob Eason, Joshua Dobbs and Drew Barker each took steps this spring, either to become starters or to reach the next level.

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4dSam Khan Jr.

Where SEC East QB battles stand post-spring

There's plenty of uncertainty at the quarterback spot in the SEC East, with heavyweights Georgia and Florida among those not having named a starter.

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Oh Brothers, where art thou?

Probably in Round 2 or 3, according to our Mel Kiper, Jr. Kentrell Brothers is a guy who sees the field better than most, and he may play at a Day 1 level despite being picked on Day 2. Kiper's favorite players (Insider)

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Like many coaches, Mizzou's Barry Odom wanted to keep things simple in the spring game as to not reveal much in front of television cameras, so he told his coordinators he wanted "boring football." OC Josh Heupel still managed to work in a flea flicker and a halfback pass into the game. Says Odom "Neither one of those had been repped once during spring. On my headset...I did click over to listen to the conversation on both sides and offensively, it was 'Hold your breath, look at this,' and on defense there were some comments not made for TV."

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10dSam Khan Jr.

Barry Odom: Mizzou QB competition to continue

Following solid spring game performances from both Drew Lock and Marvin Zanders, Missouri isn't ready to name a starting quarterback just yet.

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10dAlex Scarborough

Make-or-break positions in the SEC East

On most teams you can pinpoint a single position that can make the season. Today, we'll look at those make-or-break positions in the SEC East.

Tigers offense on display in Black and Gold Spring Game (0:51)

Watch: Missouri spring game

The post-Gary Pinkel era is upon us, and Mizzou is in uncertain territory. The Tigers need something to hang their hats on offensively; will they find it this spring? Live on SECN/WatchESPN

Stats & Info

These Tigers need some roar

Missouri was the ultimate cellar dweller when it came to offense last season. The Tigers ranked dead last in the SEC in points per game, yards per game, yards per play and third down percentage.

What to watch for in Saturday's spring games (1:42)
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15dSam Khan Jr.

Missouri spring game: Three things to watch

New coach Barry Odom has some offensive woes to solve at Missouri, and the spring game is a chance to see who steps up at QB, OL and the skill spots.

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