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surgicalvenom
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3 Years
In 3 years we lose Drink and Bazelak to the NFL. Drink is exactly what the NFL is looking for. Young with an innovative offense. Bazelak will be a high 1st rounder. Who is our actual OC?


blueprint_one
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re: 3 Years
Calm down


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notsince98
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Member since Oct 2012
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re: 3 Years
sounds awesome. where do i sign up?


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mizslu314
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re: 3 Years
This would have to mean several final fours.


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Athos
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re: 3 Years
Calm your tits.


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TrueLefty
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re: 3 Years
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In 3 years we lose Drink and Bazelak to the NFL. Drink is exactly what the NFL is looking for. Young with an innovative offense. Bazelak will be a high 1st rounder. Who is our actual OC?



Why are you being so paranoid and negative about future Missouri HC situation? Why weren't you like this when Missouri had Odom before he went downhill last year?
This post was edited on 10/16 at 4:05 pm


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McMillan
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re: 3 Years
Fear mongering already. Mizzou fans, man....


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Drydock
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Member since Oct 2013
1994 posts

re: 3 Years
Can you imagine the on field success this requires? And the hot young coaches eager to take on this suddenly successful program? The high star recruits suddenly eager to come to Mizzou? Heck yes, sign me up!
This post was edited on 10/19 at 5:00 pm


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JesusQuintana
Missouri Fan
St Louis
Member since Oct 2013
28141 posts

re: 3 Years
I’ll take it.

I honestly do feel we will lose him eventually. I wish there was someone more involved with the offensive design and play calling, but Drink is the man.


surgicalvenom
Missouri Fan
Omaha
Member since Jan 2014
3394 posts

re: 3 Years
Everyone is looking for the next Sean Mcvay. Kingsbury has got the Cardinals winning a little, even Rhule got a shot after a short stint at Baylor. Drink has that innovative mind everyone wants. Its a copy cat league.


Zou brownmajic
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Los Angeles, California
Member since Sep 2013
3157 posts

re: 3 Years
I'm going to curb my enthusiasm, because LSU has one of the worst defenses in college football. MSU ran up over 600 yards on LSU and since they can barely score just like Mizzou struggled offensively against a bad Bama defense and over-hyped Vols team. The only difference is that Mizzou changed qbs.(Bazelak replaced Robinson)
This post was edited on 10/19 at 11:53 pm


surgicalvenom
Missouri Fan
Omaha
Member since Jan 2014
3394 posts

re: 3 Years
As the NFL proved with Kingsbury, winning in college is not a prerequisite for a NFL opportunity. Innovation is. Look how fast Rhule got snatched up. If Killin proves he's matured, he may get another shot.


TrueLefty
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re: 3 Years
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As the NFL proved with Kingsbury, winning in college is not a prerequisite for a NFL opportunity. Innovation is. Look how fast Rhule got snatched up. If Killin proves he's matured, he may get another shot.

How about Nick Saban?


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Guinny_Ire
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Member since Sep 2017
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re: 3 Years
He's been a runaway bride so far, never staying more than 2 years at a program. Given Appalachian State's success, that was a pretty good gig. So that is our downside with him.


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