Missouri Football: Predicting the Offensive Depth Chart for the Season Opener

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Missouri Football: Predicting the Offensive Depth Chart for the Season Opener
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The Missouri Tigers' offensive depth chart is one of the most stable in all of college football.

Nine offensive starters return in 2011, with only the center and quarterback positions welcoming new starters. The Tigers run the spread offense that deploys four or five receivers on every single play, so players are constantly rotating in at these positions.

This year, the offensive guards will be a down stance for the first time in many seasons. The tackles will still stand up and special packages have been installed for short-yardage and goal line situations.

With so many backups seeing playing time at all the offensive spots, drawing up the depth chart becomes that much more important.

Here's a look at Missouri's projected offensive depth chart for the season opener against Miami (OH).

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