Blaine Gabbert left the Missouri Tigers for the NFL last April, going as the No. 10 overall pick in the draft to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
During his tenure at the University of Missouri, Gabbert produced a couple of the most productive seasons a quarterback had ever experienced at the school.
Gabbert, who threw for just over 6,800 yards in his two years as starter, also led the Tigers to their third 10-win season in four years.
He was a fan favorite, and he left.
Many people have mixed feelings as to how the Tigers are going to perform without Gabbert running the offense this year, including myself. But after taking a less objective look, I think the team is going to be just fine.