It’s difficult to remember that at the end of the day, Missouri Tigers football is about football. They’ve been more in the media this year as activists than as a football team, but that was necessary and something most of us honor them for.
With president Wolfe out of the way and an anti-protest bill pushed through by state representatives denied, the team and college can slowly get back to the x’s and o’s.
On Friday, the football program made news in that direction by hiring ex-USC defensive line coach Chris Wilson.
The move is aimed at shaking things up. A 5-7 finish, 1-7 in conference play, was haphazard for Missouri football. It also acts as the first major change made by new head coach Barry Odom.
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