First-year Missouri coach Barry Odom refused to release a depth chart in spring football or training camp, hoping to spur competition throughout the roster (and perhaps develop a small competitive advantage for the season-opener Saturday at West Virginia). That changed Monday, so we’re going to guide Tigers fans through the relevant knowledge to be gleaned from the season’s first two-deep.
First-year Missouri coach Barry Odom refused to release a depth chart in spring football or training camp, hoping to spur competition throughout the roster (and perhaps develop a small competitive advantage for the season-opener Saturday at West Virginia). That changed Monday, so we’re going to guide Tigers fans through the relevant knowledge to be gleaned from the season’s first two-deep. File photo by L.G. Patterson The Associated Press
First-year Missouri coach Barry Odom refused to release a depth chart in spring football or training camp, hoping to spur competition throughout the roster (and perhaps develop a small competitive advantage for the season-opener Saturday at West Virginia). That changed Monday, so we’re going to guide Tigers fans through the relevant knowledge to be gleaned from the season’s first two-deep. File photo by L.G. Patterson The Associated Press
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Depth-chart dive: Dissecting Missouri’s first two-deep roster

August 30, 2016 12:38 AM

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