Missouri coach Gary Pinkel and four of his assistant coaches spent time at Toledo, which hosts the Tigers at 11 a.m. Saturday on ESPN. “It was a big part my life and certainly part of my career,” said Pinkel, who led the Rockets for 10 seasons from 1991-2000. “I’ll always be a Toledo Rocket — not this weekend, but I’ll always be a Toledo Rocket. Great place, great people.”
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel and four of his assistant coaches spent time at Toledo, which hosts the Tigers at 11 a.m. Saturday on ESPN. “It was a big part my life and certainly part of my career,” said Pinkel, who led the Rockets for 10 seasons from 1991-2000. “I’ll always be a Toledo Rocket — not this weekend, but I’ll always be a Toledo Rocket. Great place, great people.” File photo by L.G. Patterson The Associated Press
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel and four of his assistant coaches spent time at Toledo, which hosts the Tigers at 11 a.m. Saturday on ESPN. “It was a big part my life and certainly part of my career,” said Pinkel, who led the Rockets for 10 seasons from 1991-2000. “I’ll always be a Toledo Rocket — not this weekend, but I’ll always be a Toledo Rocket. Great place, great people.” File photo by L.G. Patterson The Associated Press
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Missouri’s football coaching staff is very familiar with Tigers’ next opponent, Toledo

September 03, 2014 09:28 PM

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