Missouri had big expectations going into last season, but injuries and occasionally sloppy play led to a respectable but somewhat disappointing 8-5 record. The latest Missouri Tigers 2013 BCS National Championship Odds would suggest Mizzou might need to brace for even fewer wins this season. The Tigers are drawing 100-1 odds to win the national championship and they are a 35-1 long shot to bring home a league title in their inaugural SEC season. Missouri is listed at 8-1 odds to win the SEC East Division, which also houses teams like Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina.
Missouri had Big 12 title hopes in what turned out to be its final season in the conference, but league losses to Oklahoma, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, and Baylor foiled those plans. The Tigers, with 13 starters and 37 lettermen back in Columbia, are probably not eyeing any sort of league championship this year, particularly with the offseason move to the SEC.
Head Coach Gary Pinkel has the Missouri football program in good standing, but it may be a year or two before the team makes a mark on its new home. The Tigers road schedule features South Carolina, Florida, Tennessee, Texas A&M, and a tough non-conference tilt against Central Florida. Mizzou’s conference home slate includes winnable games against Kentucky and Vanderbilt, but it also features meetings with last year’s East Division winner Georgia and defending National Champion Alabama.
Missouri Tigers 2012 Schedule: 9/1 Southeastern Louisiana, 9/8 Georgia, 9/15 Arizona State, 9/22 at South Carolina, 9/29 at Central Florida, 10/6 Vanderbilt, 10/13 Alabama, 10/27 Kentucky, 11/3 at Florida, 11/10 at Tennessee, 11/17 Syracuse, 11/24 at Texas A&M
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