Great Day For Missouri Tigers Football

Today was another great day for the Missouri Tigers football program. Chase Daniel was the subject of the article Heisman Chase on Yahoo Sports. With the Missouri Tigers currently ranked 6th in the AP Top 25 poll, and 5th in the USA Today poll, this coverage will further help recruiting. The Tigers may become a National power for a few years if we are lucky. Olin Buchanan, senior writer for college football currently has Chase Daniel #2 on his Heisman ballot.

2. Missouri QB Chase Daniel: He hasn’t had anything even remotely resembling a mediocre performance. Daniel had 431 passing yards and two touchdowns in this past weekend’s victory over Buffalo, which was his second consecutive 400-yard game.

You can share your opinion by voting on their site here. Currently Chase is the leading vote receiver with 24.1% of the vote. Note that Tim Tebow is not on their poll for some reason.

If that was not enough since the Tigers have a bye this week coach Gary Pinkel was on ESPN College Football Live today as well as many other ESPN media sources today. You can see the video of coach Pinkel discussing the Missouri Tigers here.

Next Rams Game View full schedule »
Saturday, Aug 2323 Aug8:00at Cleveland BrownsBuy Tickets

Tags: Chase Daniel Chase Daniel Heisman Chase Daniel Heisman Hopeful Chase Daniel Heisman Hopefuls ESPN College Football Live Gary Pinkel Gary Pinkel On ESPN College Football Live Gary Pinkel Video Heisman Ballot Heisman Chase Missouri Tigers Missouri Tigers + Gary Pinkle Missouri Tigers + Yahoo Missouri Tigers Football Missouri Tigers Football Program Olin Buchanan Who Should Win Heisman Who Will Win Heisman Yahoo Sports

  • Up Chuck

    MU Tigers:  How can a team with 10 defensive starters returned suck so bad on defense?

  • Stlvinnie

    Well Up Chuck that is a good question. I would have to say coaching since there are at least 3 players on D that are going to play in the NFL according to experts. That being said the D should at least be decent. However this is still a team that does not manage the clock well, has no go to running game, can’t run plays from under center, etc. For now we just have to live with the fact that it is the best Missouri football we have seen in 30+ years and feel greatful they are at least considered a power nationally.