The Missouri Tigers return 11 starters, including five on offense that should help create one of the more exciting offenses in the country.
This team has talent on both sides of the ball—it is just really a matter of how well it will translate to the SEC.
The Tigers finished the 2011 season with an 8-5 record and showed glimpses of what they were capable of throughout the year. The problem is that Missouri will no longer be playing teams such as Kansas or Iowa State. Instead, it will have to match up against Alabama, South Carolina, Georgia and the rest of the gang.
As the season is less than two months away, here are the easiest and most difficult games for the 2012 Missouri Tigers football season.